Colleagues are concerned as affiliated state soft war actors have raised alarming accusations against Nooshin Jafari, an Iranian Journalist who was arrested on Monday.
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.
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.
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.
The majority of Zamaneh audience who took part in Zamaneh Media’s latest opinion panel say that they support the recent statement of activists inside Iran demanding the supreme leader to resign along with other sets of demands.
Workers of a sugarcane factory as well as labor rights activists and journalists who supported their cause in Iran have been slapped with between six to 18 years of prison including corporal punishments for staging protests for past due wages and benefits.
The former mayor of Tehran, Mohammad Ali Najafi, who was sentenced to death for murdering his wife was released on bail on Wednesday, 28 August.
Two more women arrested in Iran related to letters of dissidents that asks the leader of the IRI to resign.