List Of 112 Killed During The 2009 Presidential Elections’ Crackdown

The Non-Exhaustive List Of 112 People Killed By The Crackdown During The 2009 Iranian Presidential Elections

Sources In Farsi:

Name, Age
1) Naser Amir Nejad, 24
2) Mehdi Karami, 25
3) Ashkan Sohrabi, 20
4) Sohrab Arabi, 19
5) Neda Agha Soltan, 27
6) Mostafa Ghaniyan, 26
7) Amir Javadi far Langerudi, 25
8) Yaghoub Barvayeh, 27
9) Mohsen Rouh Amini, 25
10) Morad Agasi,
11) Mohammad Kamrrani, 18
12) Hossein Tahmasebi, 25
13) Mostafa Kiarostami, 22
14) Ahmad Nejati Kargar, 24
15) Fatomeh Rajab Pour, 38
16) Sorour Boroumand, 58
17) Behzad Mohajer, 47
18) Nader Naseri
19) Davood Sadri, 26
20) Kiyanosh Asa, 25
21) Hossein Akhtar Zand, 32
22) Mahram Chegini Ghashlaghi, 32
23) Abbas Dabsnad, 48
24) Hamid Maddah Shorcheh, 25
25) Hossein Akbari, 16
26) Misam Ebadi, 16
27) Mahmoud Reisi Najafi
28) Masoud HashemZadeh, 27
29) Bahman Jenabi, 19
30) Alireza Eftekhari, 24
31) Ramin Ramezani, 22
32) Amir Hossein Toufan Pour, 32
33) Kambiz Shojaei, 24
34) Saeed Abbasi Fargelchi, 24
35) Iman Hashemi, 27
36) Hamid Hossein Beyg Araghi, 22
37) Fahimeh Salahshour, 25
38) Parisa Koli, 25
39) MinaEhterami
40) Shalir Khazari, 27
41) Tina Sodi, 24
42) Fatomeh Barati
43) Maryam MehAzin, 24
44) Kaveh Sabz Ali Pour, 24
45) Hossein Shapouri
46) Seyyed Reza Tabatabaei, 30
47) Mohsen Entezami
48) Reza Fatahi
49) Abolfazl Abdollahi, 21
50) Mohammad Nikzadi, 22
51) Mohammad Hossein Barzegar, 25
52) Saeed Esmaeili Khan Bebin, 23
53) Ali Shahedi, 24
54) Mohsen Hadadi, 24
55) Iman Namazi
56) Masoud Khosravi Doust Mohammad
57) Mohsen Imani
58) Kasra Sharafi
59) Babak Sepehr
60) Hamed Besharati, 26
61) Jafar Barvayeh, 27
62) Salar Tahmasebi, 27
63) Vahid Reza Tabatabaei, 29
64) Milad Yazdan Panah, 30
65) Vahed Akbari, 34
66) Ali Fathaliyan, 20
67) Farzad Jashni
68) Ahmad Naeim Abadi, 25
69) Hadi Falah Manesh, 29
70) Ali Hassan Pour, 48
71) Alireza Tavasoli, 12
72) Morteza Salahshour
73) Mostafa Kashani Resa
74) Sejad Ghaed Rahmati, 20
75) Ramin Gahramani, 30
76) Mehdi Sattar Nasab Razlighi
77) Majid Kamali, 23
78) Seyyed Ali Habibi Mousavi Khameneh, 43
79) Amir Arshad Tajmir, 25
80) Mehdi Farhadi Rad (Balaei), 38
81) Mostafa Karim Beygi, 27
82) Shahrokh Rahmani, 26
83) Amir Eslamiyan
84) Shahram (Abbas) FarajZadeh Tarani, 35
85) Shabnam Sohrabi, 34
86) Fatomeh SamsarPour
87) Ali Shah Nazar, 41
88) Moazez (Mard), 27
89) Jahanbakht Pazouki
90) Hadi Fallah Manesh, 29
91) Hossein Kazemini, 19
92) Arman Estakhri Pour, 18
93) 1mir Kobari, 20
94) Salar Ghorbani Param, 22
95) Pouya Maghsoud Beygi
96) Mohammad Hossein Feiz, 26
97) Mehrdad Heidari
98) Ramin PourAndarjani, 26
99) Ali Fatouliyan
100) Mehdi Nilouforoush Zadeh
101) Lotf Ali Yousefian, 56
102) Mohammad JavadParandakh, 25
103) Hossein Gholam Kabiri, 18
104) Mohammad Ali Rasekhi Niya, 40
105) Mohsen Entezari
106) Hesam Hanifeh, 19
107) Sane Jaleh, 26
108) Mohammad Mokhtari, 22
109) Amir Hossein Tehranchi, 22
110) Hamed Nour Mohammadi
111) Behnoud Ramezani, 19
112) Alireza Sobary Miyandehi, 22

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Torture & Other Forms Of Cruel, Inhumane & Degrading Treatment

Torture and other forms of cruel, inhumane, and degrading treatment
Sources

Dr. Shaheed’s report describes the horrific reality of torture deployed to coerce confessions – which are then used to justify trumped-up charges – while a culture of impunity prevails.

The report, based on witness testimony, documents the methods of physical torture, which include beating, whipping and assault in 100 percent of the cases; sexual torture including rape, molestation and violence to genitals in 60 percent of the cases; and, psychological and environmental torture such as solitary confinement as “highly prevalent.”

Query: Will President Rouhani undertake to investigate and put an end to this widespread use of torture and related impunity?

Executions

Executions In Iran

Prior to Rouhani’s election, Iran had the highest per capita execution rate in the world, with Dr. Shaheed expressing his alarm at “the rate of executions in the country.”

Executions have not only continued unabated since Rouhani’s election but have escalated, with some 100 Iranians executed in the first month alone following his election. Moreover, a large number of prisoners are killed by the regime in secret, such that the number of executions is almost certainly higher.

Query: Will President Rouhani declare a moratorium on executions?

List Of Sunni Political Prisoners In Exile

Sources In Farsi

According to the information received Sunni families of political prisoners in Sanandaj, the families of Sunni political Prisoners have been called and the officials told them that their child had been deported to prisons in various cities . Prisoners banished to exile in the city are:

Shahram Ahmadi To Arak prison
Taleb Malaki to Qom Prison
Kaveh Sharif To Yazd Prison
Arash Sharifi To Kashan prison
Behrouz Shah Nazari To Semnan prison

Also it’s important To Know that The inmates have no contact with their families and it is unclear at present whether or not they are in prison ?

Freedom Of Religion Or Belief In Iran

Freedom of religion or belief

Source: Amnesty International

The Iranian authorities discriminated against non-Shi’a minorities, including other Muslim communities, dissident Shi’a clerics, members of Sufi religious orders and the Ahl-e Haq faith, and certain other religious minorities and philosophical associations, including Christian converts. Persecution of Baha’is intensified; Baha’is were publicly demonized by officials and state-controlled media.

Dissident Muslim cleric Sayed Hossein Kazemeyni Boroujerdi continued to serve an 11-year sentence handed down in 2007. The authorities summoned 10 of his followers for questioning in April, May and December, though none was known to have been charged.

In August, the authorities arrested at least 19 Sunni Muslims in Khuzestan province and 13 in West Azerbaijan, apparently on account of their beliefs. Eight others were arrested in Kordestan in October. It is not known whether any were charged or faced further questioning.

Pastor Yousef Naderkhani, arrested in 2009, was sentenced to death after a court convicted him of apostasy in 2010. The Supreme Court upheld the sentence but his conviction was overturned when the case was referred for guidance to the Supreme Leader. He was released in September, having served a three-year prison term for evangelizing Muslims.

At least 177 Baha’is – who were denied the right to practise their faith – were detained for their beliefs. Seven community leaders arrested in 2009 continued to serve 20-year sentences imposed for “espionage for Israel” and “insulting religious sanctities”.