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Raif Badawi hunger strike


Blogger Raif Badawi, who is sentenced to ten years in prison and 1,000 lashes in Saudi Arabia, has started a hunger strike behind bars. Read More »

Saying Merry Christmas is Worse than Murder: The Muslim View on Christmas!+video


According to this Muslim Preacher Abu Mussab Wajdi Akkari, saying Merry Christmas is worse than murder (which, by the way, means Muslims killing other Muslims because killing an infidel like you or me ain’t no big deal). Said 2014 November. Read More »

Norway:Christian Family Gets 5 Children Taken Away by Goverment for ‘Christian indoctrination’


Norwegian Child welfare services(Barnevernet) have reportedly removed five Christian children from their parents’ home and placed them into foster care after the parents were accused of radicalizing and indoctrinating their children with Christianity. Read More »

Unknown Condition of a dual citizenship after traveling to Iran


Aisha Mohammadi, a Norwegian-Iranian citizen, was apparently abducted when she was travelled to Iran last year. She went to Iran to sell her properties, Norwegian National Television NRK confirmed in an interview with her daughter. Read More »

Iran: An Iranian-American Citizen Hanged by Gallows


By: @TaheriKaveh According to the news, Hamid Samie was executed by gallows in Rajai Shahr prison on November 4, 2015. The executed dual citizen had been reportedly sentenced to death at Branch 71 of the criminal court in Tehran for alleged charges of murder that occured in California on 2008. He was sentenced to capital punishment as per the victim’s ... Read More »

Iran: Political Prisoners Beaten by Criminals at Prison

By: @TaheriKaveh Recent news indicates that two prisoners convicted of felony crimes brutally attacked political prisoners in Hall 12 of Ward 4 of the notorious Rajai Shahr prison on November 28, 2015. Read More »

The death of an Ahwazi Arab prisoner in the prison was described “suspicious”


Ahwazi Human rights activists cited sources in Ahwaz who reported that Mohammad Hammadi, an Ahwazi Arab prisoner, died under suspicious circumstances. According to human rights activists, Hammadi, 35, after spending Read More »

Civil Rights Activist Mohsen Shoja Starts a Hunger Strike


By: @TaheriKaveh Mohsen Shoja, who was arrested last week, began a hunger strike to protest against the arbitrary arrests on November 24, 2015. The 32-year-old activist is asking Iranian authorities to release the detainees, who were arrested on November 21 and taken to Gharchak prison, his relatives said. Read More »

Four Christian Converts Totally Convicted to 20 Years in Prison


By: @TaheriKaveh The voice of iranian christians(Vocir)Iran’s security forces reportedly arrested 14 Christian converts citizens in a raid on a house church gathering in Varamin and Tehran on November 1. The attack took place during the Sunday service, Ramin Rad, co-founder of Voice of Christian of Iran, told BCR Group. He added that thirteen of those in attendance were taken ... Read More »

Human Rights Activist Nihmat Malla Faces Imminent Deportation to Iran


By: @TaheriKaveh Nihmat Malla, an Iranian Kurdish human rights journalist, has been reportedly jailed by Hungarian officials for more than a month. Officials responded his relatives that “he would be deported to Iran,” the Campaign to Defend Civil and Political Prisoners has learned. Read More »