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Narges Mohammadi Will Be Tried On January 9th

Narges MohammadiHRANA News Agency – The trial session of Narges Mohammadi, imprisoned human rights activist, is scheduled for January 9, in branch number 15 of the revolutionary court by chief judge Salavati.

Activist’s Health Worsens in Prison As She Awaits Appeal Hearing

atena-daemi-2Radiozamaneh - A prolonged delay in hearing children’s rights activist Atena Daemi’s appeal against her 14-year prison sentence is causing a serious deterioration in her health, particularly as she has not been able to leave prison for the past eight months to receive specialized medical treatment.

Rouzbeh Gilasian and Elahe Soroushnia In The IRGC Detention Center

Elahe SoroushniaNews Agency – Rouzbeh Gilasian and Elahe Soroushnia, two writers who have been arrested last week, are detained in the revolutionary guard's detention centre.

Iran: New case filed against Nargess Mohammadi

NCR - Prison guards who transferred political prisoner Nargess Mohammadi to hospital for treatment have filed a complaint against her, arousing her protest.

No Bail Set or Appeals Court Date as Child Rights Activist Waits in Prison -  Imprisoned children's rights activist Omid Alishenas has been refused bail while waiting for the Appeals Court to hear his case.

Jailed activist Mohammadi subject of guards’ complaint

Nargess MohammadiRadiozamaneh - Jailed Iranian human rights activist Nargess Mohammadi has announced that a new charge is being filed against her by the judiciary.

Imprisoned Azerbaijani Journalist Honored

Khadija Ismayilova - (Geneva) – An imprisoned Azerbaijani journalist will be honored on November 19, 2015,


Image result for narges mohammadi human rightsAmnesty - Human rights defender Narges Mohammadi, a prisoner of conscience, has been returned from hospital to Tehran's Evin prison, though she is critically ill and her doctor has advised against discontinuing her specialized treatment.

Apparatus Trying to Turn her into a Disabled Person?

Roozonline - Narges Mohammadi is a well-known Iranian human rights and civil activist who has been the target of the Iranian judiciary and security apparatus for years and is now in the notorious Evin Prison. Last week she was transferred from a hospital outside prison to Evin, while her doctors issued a warning that this was a dangerous move. Her husband Taghi Rahmani is an exiled writer who frequently writes for this online newspaper, told Rooz that his wife was under the threat of becoming a disabled person and that the regime was pursuing such an outcome.

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