Daily Brief of Human Rights Violation in Iran May 6, 2021 news obtained by the Human Rights Center of No to prison, no to execution on the human rights violation in different cities of Iran during the past 24 hours.
Sistan & Baluchistan- Three Baluchies; Hamid Gomshadzehi, 45; Nazir Gomshahzehi, 20; and Othman Gomshadzehi, 20, were killed when military forces shot at them. When the force was suspicious that they might be carrying drugs, they shot at their vehicle without warning them to stop first.
Tabriz- Babak Kiomarthi and Saeed Soltani, Turk activists will be tried at Tabriz Revolution Court on May 24, 2021. They are charged with cooperating with dissident groups.
Kuristan Province’s cities- During the last two weeks at least 27 Kurds have been detained by security and intelligence organs in various cities of Kurdistan Province on charge of having political and civil activities. Amid the detainees are two women and two 16-year-old juveniles.
Tehran- A retrial for Massoud Mosaheb an Iranian- Austrian citizen confined at Evin Prison was accepted by branch 41 of the Supreme Court. He is 74 years old and was detained when he travelled to Iran in mid-winter of 2019. He is confined at Evin Prison since then.
Iran Human Rights Campaign – The Iran Human Rights Campaign reported on May 5, 2021 that it is now for eight months that Vahid and Habib Afkari are confined at solitary cells. They are the brothers of the 27-year-old wrestler, Navid Afkari, who was executed by the Islamic Republic against all international protests and efforts.
Naqadeh- Rahman Tabesh and Rahim Rafati from Oshnavieh County were returned to Naqadeh Prison at the end of their furloughs. They are charged with cooperating with dissident groups and are confined at this prison since late winter of 2021.
Urgent action; 100 Kurds detained in Iran- In a statement issued by 37 human rights organization, they have asked the international community to “seriously and urgently” act to protest the detention of 100 Kurd citizens and activists. The statement has emphasized that they are in danger of “being tortured and subjected to other brutal, inhumane and humiliating behaviors to make them have arbitrary confessions.” One can find labor activists, writers, students, environmentalists and former political prisoners amid these detainees who have been arrested by IRGC and MOIS.
Global Justice Project Organization- The WJP Rule of Law Index is and index that observes 128 countries of the world and their Judiciaries as how much they imply the rule of law and transparency.
The Global Justice Project Organization which encompasses tens of lawyers from various nationalities is responsible for this index.
Iran ranks 109 amid 128 which show the lawlessness, and lack of transparency of its government.
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