Tayyebeh Nazari, the grief-stricken mother of late activist lawyer Maryam Arvin, revealed the heartrending truth surrounding her daughter’s untimely death through an Instagram post on May 29, 2023. She alleged that Maryam, an illustrious lawyer known for her altruistic services, was killed due to a drug injection while in prison.
In the face of four decades of futile attempts by Western governments to inspire moderation within Iran’s ruling theocracy, a cross-party conference held at the European Parliament on May 24th presented a different perspective.
The conference, attended by various MEPs and Iranian opposition President-elect Maryam Rajavi of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), argued that it is high time to recognize the reality behind Iran’s deceptive diplomacy and address its ongoing human rights violations and sponsorship of terrorism.
Iran’s state-run newspapers have recently underscored the nation’s burgeoning crisis, spotlighting the harsh realities confronted by citizens, a restive society, and the government’s fear of another uprising.
Amidst unrealistic claims about Iran’s economy from regime officials, state-run Etemad daily voiced concerns over the escalating poverty on May 28, hinting that this situation could fuel migration and rebellion, especially if it stems from governmental and societal deficiencies.
The Italian Committee of Parliamentarians for a Free Iran has issued a strong denouncement of the escalating wave of executions in Iran, highlighting the government’s targeting of political prisoners. The committee urgently appeals for international attention and intervention.
According to the Committee’s recent statement, the Iranian regime has intensified its use of terror tactics, deploying a brutal execution campaign aimed at stifling a popular uprising that kicked off in September. The document indicates that, over the past month alone, there have been at least 112 recorded executions. The staggering figure underscores the urgency of the human rights situation, necessitating immediate international response.
Truckers on strike in Bandar Abbas, southern Iran – May 21, 2023.As nationwide unrest sweeps across Iran, the ruling regime grapples with widespread anti-regime protests escalating to unprecedented levels.
Sparked by soaring inflation and the rising cost of basic goods, rallies are being held by a wide spectrum of society, with retirees and the country’s truckers spearheading the latest round of demonstrations.
Iran’s vicious regime hanged three arrested protesters today at dawn in Isfahan, despite a global outcry against their death sentence. Hoping to quell a restive society with these executions, the ruling theocracy found itself once again engulfed by protests.
After several months of physical and psychological torture, the clerical regime hanged Saleh Mirhashmi, Majid Kazemi, and Saeed Yaqoubi. They were arrested during the nationwide uprising, which erupted in September following the state murder of Mahsa Amini in police custody in Tehran.
Protests have erupted across Iran as citizens from various walks of life gather to voice their economic grievances and denounce the ruling dictatorship.
The mullahs’ regime has responded with an escalating crackdown, including a new wave of executions. In less than two weeks, nearly 70 people have been executed, including at least 26 members of Iran’s Baluchi community.