Iranian Teachers need our support

For more than ten years, employed and retired teachers have pursued their demands in the most peaceful and civilized way possible, such as correspondence, petitions, negotiations, school closures, rallies in front of the parliament, and education offices in cities and provincial capitals. ...

USRHR letter to World Health Organization

We, the Union for Secular Republic & Human Rights in Iran, are writing to you to highlight the gravity of public health in Iran. ...

We condemn the repression of Khuzestani protesters

Statement of Union for Secular Republic and Human Rights in Iran

Four days have passed since the beginning of the protests in Khuzestan, and while we were shocked by the redness of the situation in Sistan and Baluchestan and other parts of the country because of the corona, we are witnessing red streets with the blood of Khuzestan protesters ...

We strongly condemn Iran’s plot to kidnap journalists

The Islamic Republic of Iran has a long history of most barbaric Human Rights abuse which has deep ideological roots. Journalists and human rights activists, who expose the brutality and the institutionalized corruption of the regime, have been systematically targeted and severely punished by the government, with numerous journalists murdered or arrested in the 42-years reign of terror. As a result, many journalists have fled the country to save their lives. The Iranian regime has not only attempted to silence its critics inside the country but also abroad by abduction or assassination of exiled activists since 1979. In 2019, Ruhollah Zam, a French based Iranian journalist, was lured from Paris to Iraq where he was abducted and trafficked to Iran, facing imprisonment and finally his execution in 2020. The recent despicable plot to kidnap a US citizen and a prominent human rights activist, Masih Alinezhad, on US soil indicates that this regime is willing to pay any price to get rid of its critics inside and outside of its borders without worry of international political or trade consequences. ...

Ebrahim Raisi is not the President of the Iranian People!

On June 18, 2021, Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI) held its thirteenth Presidential elections. As previously predicted by political pundits, Ebrahim Raisi came on top among the seven candidates for this post. ...

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