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Iran’s Crossroads: IRGC’s Human Rights Abuses Amid Election and Raisi’s Death

Designating the IRGC as a Terrorist Organization: A Crucial Step for Human Rights and Global Peace Re: So why is the Canadian government refusing to do as such? ICHR has continuously been demanding the Canadian government to stand by the motion passed by the house to register IRGC as a terrorist organization, and specifically on the each anniversary of the motion created more awareness, pressure, or even sent numerous letters to the office of PM Justin Trudeau pressing for practice of the passed motion. “The House passed the motion in June 2018, the Ontario court founded the IRGC a terrorist entity in November 2022, and the Senate passed a motion in June 2023 Proof that IRGC shot down PS752. What [...read more]

June 1st, 2024|

The Death Of President Raisi Should Not Impede The Pursuit Of Justice For His Crimes Against Humanity

The Death Of President Raisi Should Not Impede The Pursuit Of Justice For His Crimes Against Humanity; The criminal who murdered, tortured, harassed, imprisoned, and executed numerous innocents during his life. His death doesn’t absolve him of accountability. He must be trialed in the International Criminal Court and the UN Security Council. Ibrahim Raisi has played a major role in widespread crimes against humanity and many Murder orders since 1988 as he was one of the judges of the panel related to the mass enforced disappearances and extrajudicial executions. He was also responsible for many other crimes, such as the 1998 massacre killings of peaceful protestors, the Bloody November, and the outrageous crackdown on women nationwide detaining, torturing, killing specially [...read more]

May 20th, 2024|

International Women’s Day 2024 Theme Is Women Life Freedom Worldwide

International Women’s Day 2024 Theme Is Women Life Freedom Worldwide      The International Centre for Human Right Canada-ICHR joins the world Welcoming and celebrating the International Women's Day each year on March8 to acknowledge the achievements of women in progression of their activities towards courageously raising awareness on Gender-based violations, sexism and misogyny, as well as being an amplifying voice for sisters worldwide.      Governments celebrate International Women's Day each year on March8 globally for awareness towards the outrageous violations against women rights, but unfortunately in action nothing actual happens and in most countries these political games have become their power to horrifically increase their attacks on women not only in their own nation but worldwide. The awareness [...read more]

March 7th, 2024|

In Canada’s Public Review Of Foreign Interference The Criminal Regime Occupying Iran Must Be Included

     The International Centre for Human Right Canada (ICHR) is welcomes Canada's public inquiry into foreign interference in federal electoral processes and democratic institutions, chaired by Justice Marie-José Hogue. But is extremely important to not forget the I.R. Criminal Regime involvement on the matter. Canada's foreign interference inquiry must investigate the role of the Islamic Republic terrorist organization as well as the inquiry into foreign interference in federal electoral processes and democratic institutions, chaired by Justice Marie-José Hogue. ICHR has concerns regarding the scope of the ongoing investigation, there has already been significant controversy in the months leading up to its launch. Specifically, we demand full investigation on all the actions taken by the I.R. Terrorist regime, that could [...read more]

February 4th, 2024|

ICHR Expressed Concerns Over Deputy High Commissioner’s Visit To Iran

For Immediate Release; The Necessity Of Ensuring a Suitable Environment For The Visit Of Ms. Nada Al-Nashif, Deputy High Commissioner For Human Rights, To Iran.   Toronto - Canada  The International Centre for Human Rights (ICHR) sent an open letter to the Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights, Ms. Nada Al-Nashif, expressing concern over the Iranian government’s plan to misuse the Deputy High Commissioner’s visit and requesting her to consider visiting political prisoners, activists, minorities’ representative, etc. ICHR’s Letter to UN Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights ICHR’s Letter to UN Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights ICHR’s Letter to UN Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights For inquiries, please contact Mr. Ahmad Batebi in [...read more]

January 30th, 2024|

Any Terrorist Attack On Innocent People Is Condemned

Kerman - Iran    The International Center for Human Rights (ICHR) firmly condemns any terrorist attack on innocent people. We call for seriously effective anti terrorism measures worldwide.    Killing grand number of citizens including children in the terrorist explosions in the city of Kerman in Iran by the Islamic Republic criminal regime is yet another sign of inhumane murdering mindset that this terrorist regime and its allies has towards peace and prosperity. The Islamic Republic criminal regime is a death machine of misery for people of Iran, the world, and even it’s own supporters.    The lives, property, stability, and security of Iranians are not worth anything to this criminal regime, whom have spent the country's facilities, and resources [...read more]

January 4th, 2024|
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