In Iran, basic freedoms of speech, assembly, thought, and religion are all severely violated. The vast majority of those who dare to criticise the state are thrown into prison. Trials are unjust. Torture and mistreatment, including whipping and amputation, are widespread. Prejudice and violence on the basis of sexual orientation, disability, political and religious views, and ethnicity are common. Each year hundreds of people are executed, some of them in public places, and thousands are on death row, including some who were under 18 when their ‘offense’ was committed.

To read the Iran Violations of Human Rights, please click the below link:

http://rojhelat.info/en/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Human-Rights-in-Iran.pdf

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