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Regime boasts that 60 MEK members arrested in East Azarbaijan

By INU Staff

INU - The Director-General of the East Azarbaijan Office of the Intelligence Ministry has said that 60 people that had contact with the banned opposition group the Mojahedin e-Khalq (MEK) have been arrested in the past Iranian year (March 21, 2018-March 20, 2019).

Amidst Unrest, Iranian Authorities Praise Repressive Orders from their Supreme Leader

By Mahmoud Hakamian

A leading coalition of Iranian opposition groups, the National Council of Resistance of Iran, has revealed the names of 29 political prisoners, as part of a bid to urge international action on Iran’s human rights abuses and expanding crackdown on domestic dissent. Iran Human Rights Monitor reproduced the list on Thursday, with each name accompanied by a date of arrest spanning from June 2018 to March 2019. Although the list represents only a fraction of the total population of political prisoners in the Islamic Republic, the NCRI emphasized that not all such arrests have been disclosed by regime authorities, meaning that the actual figures may be much greater than those that have been cited to date.

Raisi appointment draws international criticism

By INU Staff

INU - Prisoners in Iranian jails are subjected to starvation, torture, and solitary confinement as a matter of course, but those are the lucky ones. The ones that survive. In the summer of 1988, 30,000 political prisoners were executed for their beliefs and human rights groups fear that the recent appointment of ‘Ayatollah Death’ to the head of the judiciary could mean that another such massacre is imminent.

Iran suppresses protest over lack of response to floods using Iraqi militias

By INU Staff

INU - The Iranian Regime has sent Iraqi militants, associated with the terrorist Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) and Quds Force, into flood-hit areas of Khuzestan Province under the guise of distributing relief. However, the world should not be fooled.

By INU Staff

INU - Buildings erected by the Iranian army and police force, including a barrier and a leisure and entertainment complex,  intensified the recent deadly flash floods in Shiraz southern Iran, according to a report by the fact-finding committee of the city council.

The report read: "During past three decades, nearly 130 hectares of lands in the "Quran Gate" basin have been affected by man-made structures that have prevented the water to be absorbed into the ground and intensified the floods in Shiraz."

Iran Regime brings Iraqi mercenaries across border to flood-hit areas to suppress the people

By INU Staff

INU - Since mid-March, towns, cities and villages across Iran have been dealing with the devastating after-effects of massive flooding. The situation has been spreading further across the country and the Khorasan, Hormozgan and Kerman provinces are now dealing with the crisis.


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