Imprisonment

Witness Statement: Fariba Davoodi Mohajer

Fariba Davoodi Mohajer Tehrani is a writer, journalist and prominent Iranian women’s rights activist. She was one of the founders of the One Million Signature ... Read more

Witness Statement: Shahram Rafizadeh

Shahram Rafizadeh is a poet, investigative journalist and blogger. On September 7, 2004, Rafizadeh was arrested allegedly because of his writings for Gooya News and ... Read more

Witness Statement: Shahrara

Shahrara was convicted for her political activities in 1983 when she was sixteen years old. She was not released from imprisonment after completing her sentence ... Read more

Witness Statement: Hassan Zarezadeh Ardeshir

Hassan Zarezadeh Ardeshir is a human rights activist and journalist who has written extensively on human rights and politics in Iran. He was a spokesperson ... Read more

A Year Later: Suppression Continues in Iran

In commemoration of the one year anniversary of the ongoing human rights crisis in Iran, IHRDC issues this short report on the suppression of dissent ... Read more

Forced Confessions: Targeting Iran's Cyber-Journalists

This publication is a compilation of witness statements by three Iranian bloggers and cyber-journalists who were arrested and detained by the Iranian government in 2004 ... Read more

Two years too long: Iranian AIDS doctors Arash and Kamiar Alaei still in prison

Media Contact Megan Prock Senior Press Officer mprock [at] phrusa [dot] org Tel: 617-301-4237 Cell: 617-510-3417 Cambridge, Mass - 07/16/2010 (Vienna, Austria) — As the XVIIIth International AIDS Conference begins in Vienna, ... Read more

Ill defender freed; another's fate unknown

Narges Mohammadi, who worked for the Centre for Human Rights Defenders before she was arrested, was freed. ... Read more

Amnesty International: fears for prisoners on death row

Imminent executions for crimes: mention made of Zeynab Jalalian, and Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani. ... Read more

One civilian and 11 military are defendants in Kahrizak case

Mohammad Mosaddegh said in the Kahrizak case there are 12 accusation including one civilian and 11 military who are NAJA agents and all of them have confessed to their crimes.

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