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Iranian Photographer and Journalist, Nooshin Jafari Imprisoned under Unknown Conditions

Colleagues are concerned as affiliated state soft war actors have raised alarming accusations against Nooshin Jafari, an Iranian Journalist who was arrested on Monday.

Journalist to Serve two Years in Prison for Insulting Iranian Officials

Judge Mohammad Moghiseh of Branch 28 of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Court had sentenced Kazemi to 4.5 years in prison on several charges including insulting the supreme leader of the country, ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

Another Member of the Free Union of Iranian Workers Arrested in Tehran

Shapour Ehsani Rad, of the board of directors of the Free Union of Iranian Workers (FUIW) has been arrested on Monday 29th of July at his workplace.

Detained Iranian Journalist Rushed to Hospital while Seizing

An Iranian journalist who was arrested during the May Day pro-labor protest in Tehran more than two months ago was rushed to the hospital from women’s ward of Evin prison while seizing with internal gastrointestinal issues. 

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Iran’s Special Clerical Court: Where the Clergy Meet “Justice”

The Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI) is a theocratic republic, with a governing system unlike any other country, not even other Islamic countries – including a separate judicial system for clerics known as the Special […]

Iran Temporarily Releases six Labor Rights Prisoners on Hefty Bail Amounts

Six labor rights prisoners who have all received harsh sentences in Iranian Revolutionary Courts, have been released on hefty amounts of bail pending the decision of the Judiciary on their appeals.

What Did the Founder of Wikipedia Write in a Direct Message?

*This is the second part of the article Curious Case of  Persian Wikipedia.  In recent weeks, a lively debate started in the Iranian diaspora about the accuracy of Wikipedia articles and whether the Iranian state was […]

Labor Activist Atefeh Rangriz on Hunger Strike in Iran Demanding a Fair Due Process

Atefeh Rangriz, a 30-year-old female political labor prisoner has gone on a hunger strike in prison to protest the Iranian Judiciary’s treatment of her case and the violations of her rights in prison.

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