Tag Archives: human rights

Iran utilized Phosphorus Gas during the Crackdown

 It’s been documented by the Iran’s Human Rights Documentation Center (IHRDC) that during the crackdown after 2009 election, the Islamic regime utilized Phosphorus gas on occasions among opponents in the streets of Tehran. There is evidence documented; however, many witnesses … Continue reading

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Reminiscences that torment

He still remembers his fifth birthday. Although there was a relatively large cake in front of him on the hall’s luxury big table, no one seemed to be as happy as they probably looked for. He remembers their gloomy afternoon, … Continue reading

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Women without rights

She probably did it, probably not. No one can truly say the ultimate truth. Several months ago, an Iranian female, 43-year-old wife, accused of adultery put on arrest in Tabriz, northwest of Iran. After the first meeting with the board … Continue reading

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