The Iranian regime has sentenced at least 127 Afghans living in Iran to death. According to al-Arabiya TV, the consulate deputy at Afghanistan’s Foreign Ministry said that the clerical regime’s judiciary has issued 127 execution sentences against Afghans living in Iran.

Mohammad Aman Amin told Afghanistan’s Senate that, “The Iranian regime is refusing to hand over the bodies of those Afghans who have been executed.”

Amnesty International has repeatedly expressed worries about the execution of Afghan refugees in Iran.


U.S. continues to urge the Iranian government to release all political prisoners.
Reports of human rights abuses continue to stream from Iran.
Human rights monitors have expressed alarm over the arrest and detention of the wife and brother-in-law of Iranian human rights lawyer Mohammad Mostafaei. He is the attorney who helped publicize the case of Sakineh Mohammad Ashtiani, the 43 year old Azeri-Iranian mother of 2 who was sentenced to death by stoning after being charged with adultery. Following an international outcry, Iranian authorities put her execution on hold.

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He is found to be “mohareb” because of his son’s stay in Ashraf
Iranian regime’s judiciary reaffirmed the death sentence for Jaafar Kazemi, a political prisoner charged with supporting the main opposition (PMOI). Mr. Kazemi, 47, former political prisoner during 1980s, was rearrested on September 18, 2009 and transferred to Tehran’s Evin prison. 
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Dr Vahid Ahmad FakhroddinDr Vahid Ahmad Fakhroddin, a law professor and human rights activist was arrested more than 40 days ago and there is still no news of his whereabouts or his health condition. His family is worried about his unknown situation and their constant appeals to authorities have been left unanswered. 

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Online conference on Iran's 1988 massacre

Online conference on Iran's 1988 massacre

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