Sunday, November 06, 2016


A young woman in the south Iranian Bavanat Prison, was sentenced to death for killing her husband. The battered woman has two children.
Another woman, Zeinab Shah Hosseini, is also sentenced to death. She is imprisoned in the Central Prison of Qorveh in Hamedan. Her Husband, Kourosh Rezaiipour, is also on death row. In another news the names of 4 women were recently verified as being detained in Varamin's notorious Qarchak Prison for women under deplorable conditions. Their cases remain undecided. Bahareh Basseri, Parvin Solaimani, Badri E'eraj, and Akram Panahi were among those arrested in protest demonstrations in Tehran demanding release of prisoner of conscience Mohammad Ali Taheri the founder of cosmic mysticism (Erfan-e Halgheh) who is on hunger strike. They have been held in detention since October 31, deprived of making any phone calls and imprisoned with ordinary criminals, in violation of the principle of segregation of crimes in prison.

According to state-run Mehr news Nov.4, 11 girls and 12 boys were arrested by the State Security Force in one of the gardens of Dezful, in Iran's southern Province of Khuzistan. Ali Elhami, Commander of SSF in Dezful, said the force had also arrested the owner of the garden where the party was held.

According to Amnesty International, November 3, Prisoner of conscience Maryam Akbari Monfared, who is serving a 15-year sentence in Tehran’s notorious Evin Prison, is being denied access to medical treatment. She is facing reprisals after filing a formal complaint that seeks an official investigation into the mass killings of political prisoners, including her siblings, in the summer of 1988.

Kurdish woman and student activist, Afsaneh Bayazidi, who had been transferred to the Central Prison of Kerman, was transferred to solitary confinement because she defended herself against those who insulted her and her identity. Ms. Bayazidi is presently held incommunicado.
She was arrested on August 21, 2016, and sentenced to 4 years in prison and banishment to Kerman on the charge of insulting the leader of the Iranian regime, Ali Khamenei.

Supporters and students of prisoner of conscience Mohammad Ali Taheri staged another protest gathering on Thursday, November 3, outside the Judiciary's building in Tehran, on the 37th day of Taheri's hunger strike. There is no information available on Mr. Taheri's present condition.
Mohammad Ali Taheri is the founder of cosmic mysticism (Erfan-e Halgheh), a school of thought that has been banned by the Iranian regime. Mr. Taheri was arrested on May 4, 2011, and sentenced to five years imprisonment, 74 lashes and 900 million toumans in fines. He has completed serving his sentence, but officials refuse to release him. This is the sixteenth time that Mr. Taheri has gone on hunger strike.

FIFA has fined Iran and warned the country's soccer body for allowing 'several religious manifestations' during a recent World Cup qualifying game in Tehran.
Soccer's world governing body said in a statement on November 3 that Iran was fined 45,000 Swiss francs (about $46,000) for holding a 'religious ceremony' before its October 11 game against South Korea and again at halftime.
The Iranian soccer federation was also cited for using a drone during the ceremony and for 'improper conduct among spectators' for their display of a banner that had religious content on it.
Iran was also fined 40,000 Swiss francs (about $41,000) for team misconduct, improper conduct by its fans, and for allowing unauthorized personnel to enter the field.

Saudi Gazette reported on Nov. 2, that Maryam Rajavi the president-elect of the Iranian Resistance “strongly” condemned the targeting of the holy city of Makkah with rockets launched from inside Yemen on Oct. 29. She said the strikes were under the supervision of Quds Force, and ordered by Iranian leader Ali Khamenei. She referred to the attack as a “declaration of war to all Muslims around the world” and called for the expulsion of the “anti-human” and “anti-Islamic” regime from the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), and requested Islamic countries to cut relations with the current Iranian regime.

The Media Express, reported on November 5th: The Iranian opposition has identified more than 110 senior Iranian officials who played a part in the 1988 massacre of political prisoners in Iran.
The information was revealed at a press conference in Oslo organized by the Representative Office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran(NCRI).
According to the revealed information, the officials identified were members of the “Death Commissions” which oversaw the rounding up and execution of political dissidents in Iran in the summer of 1988.
The killings followed the issuance of a fatwa by Ayatollah Khomeini demanding that political dissidents be exterminated. The commissions were established in Tehran and 16 other provinces in Iran. Media Express added: Notably, Mustafa Pour-Mohammadi, Justice Minister in President Hassan Rouhani’s government, has held onto power to this day despite playing a leading role in the killings. Mohammadi was the main Intelligence minister to play a role in the massacre. In August 2016, he claimed that his role in the massacre was the result of God’s commandment and boasted openly about his participation in it.

A large number of Iranian employees, workers, and citizens came together on Tuesday to demonstrate in front of the Iranian regime's parliament, demanding payment of salaries and protesting against corruption. Hundreds of teachers from the ‘anti-illiteracy’ foundation, shareholders and workers from the telecommunications company ‘Padideh Shandiz’, and owners of cafes which were shut down by the authorities, joined in on the protest demanding their rights. According to a statement by an opposition member of the National Council of Resistance of Iran ( NCRI ), there were anti-riot forces and police deployed outside parliament since seven o’clock in the morning, to prevent people from gathering, Al Arabiya reported on Nov. 2nd.

A number of Iranian political prisoners in the notorious Gohardasht Prison in Karaj, west of Tehran have written to António Guterres, the newly-elected next United Nations Secretary General, and Asma Jahangir, the new UN Special Rapporteur on the human rights situation in Iran, complaining of appalling human rights abuses and political violence by the Iranian regime.

The Canadian military has investigated a mysterious pinging sound coming from the sea floor in a remote region of the Arctic, officials have told the BBC.
The strange noise is reported by local people to have frightened animals away over the past few months. A military aircraft conducted various multi-sensor searches in the area, officials said on Friday. But the military says it is so far unable to explain the cause of the 'acoustic anomalies'. The area is a narrow channel of water in Nunavut, which is the newest, largest and least populous territory of Canada, located next to Greenland. 'It's one of the major hunting areas in the summer and winter because it's an area of open water surrounded by ice that's abundant with sea mammals,' said legislative assembly member Paul Quassa.

 In the final days of the 2016 US presidential elections , Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are fighting very hard to win the votes of the nations. The polls show that Democrat and Republican electrols votes are very close. The world is watching as Americans get ready to cast their ballets on Tuesday Nov. 8, to replace Barack Obama who's been the US president for the past 8 years.

According to Al-Arabiya, November 4, the Iranian regime militia forces have been establishing boy and girl scouts in Syria, a documentary on Tehran-based television reveals.
The scouts were reportedly started by the late top commander of al-Quds Forces in Syria Hussan Shateri with mindset at spreading a sectarian manifesto.
Al-Quds Forces are a unit of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards responsible for their extraterritorial operations.
Shateri, who was nick-named ‘Hussam Kosh Nuwais, was assassinated by the Syrian opposition on February 12, 2013.
The documentary shows how Shateri adopted what he described as an “ideological and military edification policy” for children in Syria.
Shateri’s established the “Imam Mahdi” scouts’ teams in parallel to another scout group bearing the same name, an auxiliary of Hezbollah militants in Lebanon... Observers have linked the scouts to images of the German Nazi approach before World War II which was known as the “Young German Deutsches Jungvolk”. Around eight million children were nurtured in accordance with this Nazi’s philosophy at the time.