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Iran Still a Leading Executioner of Minors, Report Says

January 25, 2016

Iran is one of the leading executioners of juvenile offenders, despite its improved legalprotections for children and a pledge more than two decades ago to end the death penalty for convicts younger than 18, Amnesty International said Monday.See More

Iran is the second most prolific executioner in the world after China

December 30, 2015 By: Judith Bergman

On the UN's Human Rights Day, observed December 10, an Iranian woman was sentenced to death by stoning in the Islamic Republic of Iran . Since the Islamic Revolution in 1979, Iran is believed to have imposed death by stoning on at least 150 people, according to the International Committees against Execution and Stoning.See More

Women of Suffering and Torture

Monday, April 6, 2015 By: Kaveh Taheri

An exclusive interview with Shiva Ganji an Iranian women rights activists who lives in Turkey since 2013.Gharchak prison is one of the prisons in Iran to hold especially female prisoners with general crimes. The prison is located in the eastern deserts nearby the capital city of Iran that its geographical location of the prison caused difficult conditions of prisoners to visit their loved ones. See More

120 Years of Struggle for Human Dignity

By: Banafsheh Zand Bonazzi

In the late 1800’s Iranian women were the main force behind the constitutional movement and the subsequent revolution. The Qajar dynasty’s kings (1799 – 1925) sat idly by and allowed the intrusion of the British and Russian political and economic domination; Russia in the north, Britain in the south.See More

Hillary Clinton Empowers Dictators

December 12, 2014 By Manda Zand Ervin 
In her speechin Georgetown University in Washington, Mrs. Clinton said “America should 'empathize' and 'show respect' for its enemies”See More

The Stoning of Soraya M. and Trust-Fund Babes

June 26, 2009 By :Manda Zand Ervin

I saw the movie The Stoning of Soraya M., at a private showing in Washington, D.C. and, although I have seen many pictures of the stoning of the women and young girls by the Iranian Islamic regime, I could not believed that the human race is capable of such cruelty. See More

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