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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June 29, 2021—The continuation of strikes in Iran’s critical oil and petrochemical facilities—not seen on this scale for more than four decades—and the massive show of support from workers in other sectors, may well be a turning point in the history of Iran’s labor protests. Read more
June 19, 2021—As Ebrahim Raisi ascends to the presidency in Iran, after a sham election in which almost all other candidates were disqualified, the international community should closely monitor the human rights situation in the country given the seating of a man who is guilty of crimes against humanity. Read more
09/01/2021 – France 24 – Foreign companies will not be allowed to test Covid-19 vaccines on the Iranian people, President Hassan Rouhani said on Saturday, one day after the country’s supreme leader banned the import of UK- and US-produced jabs and said they were “completely untrustworthy”. Read more
Prosecutors say the diplomat, Assadollah Assadi, was carrying out a plan organized by Iran’s intelligence services against an overseas opposition group.
November 25, 2020 – By SAMUEL PETREQUIN – BRUSSELS (AP) — The bomb was meant to explode in a Paris suburb during a huge rally being held by an exiled Iranian opposition group. It could have caused carnage.
Amnesty International said the charges against Ahmadreza Djalali are unfounded and Sweden spoke to Iran about his case. Read more
Special issue about international solidarity with the Iranian workers struggles (Part 2)
Special issue about international solidarity with the Iranian workers struggles (Part 1)
The working class, for the defence of its rights, is up against the anti-human global capitalist system of exploitation and oppression- it has a common enemy, and therefore, itself is an international class.
Death Sentences for Three Protestors Confirmed by Supreme Court in Iran
Unlawful and Cruel Sentences Reflect Increase in Death Sentences in Political Cases
Lawyers’ Last Hope is to Seek Judicial Review, Citing “Serious Flaws” in Rulings
July 13, 2020—The death sentences against three young men for their participation in the November 2019 protests that swept through Iran have been confirmed. The sentences against Amirhossein Moradi, Saeed Tamjidi and Mohammad Rajabi, which were upheld by Iran’s Supreme Court on July 10, 2020, reflect the increasing use of the death penalty in politically motivated cases in the country. Read more