Der iranisch-schwedische Arzt Dr. Ahmadreza Djalali ist in unmittelbarer Gefahr, hingerichtet zu werden!

Amnesty international- Er wurde im April 2016 bei einem beruflichen Aufenthalt im Iran inhaftiert und 2017 in einem willkürlichen und unfairen Verfahren zum Tode verurteilt. Seine Verurteilung basiert auf falschen “Geständnissen”, die unter Folter zustande kamen.

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Protesters Killed While Iran’s Government Blocks Internet and Media Coverage

May 17, 2022 – At least five protesters are dead amid a violent state crackdown on street demonstrations in Iran, while the authorities have blocked internet access in protest hot zones, pressured domestic media not to cover the protests, and arrested growing numbers of protesters and activists. Read more

International Community Must Call on Iranian Officials to Refrain from Deadly Repression

May 12, 2022 – Ongoing street protests in Iran could lead to more killings and arbitrary imprisonments by state security forces if the international community remains silent, the Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI) warned in a statement today. Read more

Internet Shutdown, Heavy Security Presence Signal Lethal State Repression

May 9, 2022 – Government-enforced internet outages and the increased presence of state security forces throughout the Iranian province of Khuzestan, where street protests erupted on May 6, have raised fears over another deadly crackdown in the Islamic Republic. Read more

Security Forces Arresting Activists to Preempt Expected Labor Day Protests 

April 29, 2022 – On the eve of International Workers’ Day, state security forces in Iran have been summoning, arresting and harassing activists to prevent them from protesting on May Day. Yet labor rights advocates, who are either jailed or face state violence for peacefully raising their voices, continue to demand their rights. Read more

Despite Abuses and Discrimination, Women Fight for Justice, Equality, and Rights for All

March 7, 2022 – On the eve of International Women’s Day, the Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI) celebrates women everywhere who are at the vanguard of the struggle for human rights despite crushing adversity. Read more

Lawyer Unlawfully Imprisoned for His Defense of Basic Civil and Political Liberties

March 3, 2022 – The lawyer Mohammad Najafi, who has been unlawfully and unjustly imprisoned in Iran since 2018 on multiple convictions for his defense of basic civil and political liberties and is currently serving a 54-month prison sentence, should be freed immediately, Lawyers for Lawyers, an independent and non-political Netherlands-based foundation and the Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI) said in a joint statement today. Read more

Situation of Political Prisoners Worsens as Iranian Government’s Assault on Peaceful Dissent Intensifies

Activists, Lawyers, Dissidents being Kept Behind Bars with Continuous New Convictions

January 24, 2022 – In an ongoing campaign to silence human rights defenders and crush dissent in the Islamic Republic, the prominent rights defender Narges Mohammadi, already serving time at Iran’s notorious Gharchak Prison for her peaceful activism, has been sentenced to another eight years in prison and more than 70 lashes, according to a tweet by her Paris-based husband.

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Oncerns Mount for Prisoners Under Judiciary Chief Gholam-Hossein Mohseni-Eje’i

COVID-19 in Crowded Jails and Routine Denial of Medical Treatment Put All at Risk

Jan 3, 2022 – News of an imprisoned political prisoner dying after going on hunger strike in Iran, and a writer struggling to survive in a Tehran hospital after contracting COVID-19 in jail highlights the dire situation of all prisoners in the country, the Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI) said in a statement today. Read more

Health Defenders’ Jailed in Iran Wanted to Sue Supreme Leader Over Covid

Dec. 17, 2021-NY Times – By Farnaz Fassihi- Two Iranian lawyers and a civil rights activist were among a group organizing a legal challenge to Iran’s top leader and the government over their disastrous handling of the pandemic.

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