The Iranian Kurdish lawyer Hossein Ahmad Niazi, a member of the defense of the detainees and Kurdish activists in Iran, revealed that the regime of Tehran has executed more than 20 Kurdish detainees and activists in the past months of this year. More than 100 other detainees, including women and children, In Tehran prisons.
This comes as concerns about the increase in the number of detainees at the time of the labor strike announced by traders in most of Iran’s cities increased on the third day in protest against the policies of the regime at the invitation of the previous, where traders closed the doors of their shops, and refused to sell or buy; to protest the wave of high and stagnation Which pervades the country.
Several cities joined the widening strike, such as Brazzjan, Kermanshah, Jorjane, Ziljjan and Sindhaj, as well as Mashhad, the focus of the January protests.
“The Iranian regime violates all human rights and customs laws,” the lawyer for the Iranian detainees and Kurdish activists living outside Iran told Kurdistan24 news agency about his country’s situation under the regime in Tehran, which is going through the worst and the worst. International conventions on detainees and political activists in Tehran prisons, and deprives them of their most basic rights to meet defense lawyers and their families.
Iran leads the list of countries that kill children in the world in unnamed prisons, where members of the IRGC and other repressive Iranian apparatuses practice various forms of torture against detainees before their execution, along with other methods of liquidation used by the Iranian authorities against their opponents. The terrorist in executing his opponents.
Niazi, who was defense lawyer for Kurdish political activist Ramin Hussein Banahi, who was executed by Iran last September, said Iran detained activists indiscriminately without any charges against them and that those accused were living in difficult conditions under the most severe torture.
“They have been subjected to more torture for more than two months without committing any wrongdoing,” he said, adding that the Iranian authorities had fabricated the false accusations against them.
He added that the human rights situation in Iran is very bad and that the regime in Tehran is violating all human rights laws and laws openly. At the same time, there are no statistics on the number of detainees in its prisons because of the blackout and the prohibition of publishing any information in the field of human rights and detainees .
Iran’s fugitives from Iran describe the situation in their country as similar to those of the cities it has ruled over in recent years in Iraq and Syria. The blood smells from the streets of Iran under the present regime of the oppressive Faqih.
“The Supreme Security Council in Iran has instructed all repressive apparatuses to use torture and repression in all its forms against detainees and activists and ordered these bodies to carry out executions against Kurdish and Sunni detainees and those who oppose the rule of the Faqih regime,” he said.
He stressed that there are detainees held for more than 120 days in solitary rooms not exceeding 4 square meters, pointing out that the prisons in Iran, some of which are run by the Ministry of Intelligence (Iranian intelligence) and there are prisons belonging to the Revolutionary Guards, and the army, and all These prisons are not under the control of local and international human rights organizations.
The Iranian Kurdish lawyer revealed that the Supreme Court of Iran, on the day that marks the International Day against the death, the decision to execute the Kurdish political activist Hidayat Abdullah Bor, a member of the Kurdistan Democratic Party of Iran, pointing out that Tehran deals with the issues of activists, Political and not human rights.
The Iranian regime launched a massive campaign of arrests among Arab individuals after the attack on the Revolutionary Guards in Ahwaz on 22 September.
According to Niazi, the arrests were carried out according to identity and the detainees had nothing to do with the attack.
In the meantime, Iranian activists opposed to the regime of Tehran, told Kurdistan24 news that the number of executions increased during the past months of this year, indicating that the month of August last witnessed the execution of the regime of more than 30 people in different cities of Iran.
In the wake of the international pressure on the Iranian regime by the international community, traders in most cities of Iran, especially the Kurdish cities, announced last Monday a strike in protest against the policies of the regime and the economic crisis.