News2019-02-11T15:20:37-05:00

ICHR; Calling For Justice And Transparent Investigation To Suspicious Death Of Shahin Naseri

ICHR strongly condemns the suspicious death of Shahin Naseri in prison, and demands for a through, transparent and rule of law abiding investigation. The government of Iran must be held accountable by the United Nation in the international criminal courts for their continued torture, and killings of the prisoners especially the opposers of the dictator anti humanity government of Islamic Republic. Under international law the Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners is that the authorities must ensure that all prisoners have prompt access to lawyer, medical attention, health care, human rights, and under all circumstances torture of any kind, ill treatments, and death penalty is forbidden. Shahin Naseri’s final message from the prison; “I was eye witnessed to [...read more]

September 25th, 2021|

Afghan Women Are At Imminent Risk Of Getting Attacked And Killed By Taliban

ICHR Strongly condemns the Taliban's attack on women protesting in Kabul, and the continued atrocity of persecution, Violation, and killings of the afghan people specially the women, girls, children, activists, in the country. A number of women in Kabul, Afghanistan, rallied to demand an end to the repression of women, and they chanted: "The world should not recognize the Taliban, we want our human rights, our protest is the cry of most Afghan women, these are the demands of the women and people of Afghanistan." Taliban’s repressive forces attacked the  women's protest gathering, and released tear gas, as well as brutally beaten, harassed the women protesting. Also in nearby towns, Taliban’s repressive local forces opened fire on civilians protesting, and [...read more]

September 4th, 2021|

PS752 Justice: Mehrzad Zarei Confronts Trudeau on His Broken Promise to Get Justice for the Downing of Flight PS752

The father of one of the youngest victims of Flight PS752 confronted Prime Minister Trudeau on his commitment to get justice for the victims families. ICHR is calling on the Liberal government and all candidates running in the 2021 Federal Election to commit themselves to fight for justice for PS 752 families and refrain from making empty promises to get a majority in the house. PM Justin Trudeau must act unambiguously to support families of victims as, in the past, he has made promises to do. Mr Mehrzad Zarei confronted PM Trudeau in Richmond Hill and asked why has no action been taken b y his Government to bring justice and accountability for the families. 19 [...read more]

August 29th, 2021|

Afghanistan; Activists Are At Imminent Risk Of Getting Killed By Taliban

ICHR Welcomes Canada’s expansion on resettlement program to bring more Afghans to safety, and in solidarity with the people of Afghanistan, Strongly urge the Justin Trudeau Government to raise their voice and take strong serious action to insure the safety of as many as afghan citizens specially the activists, women, girls, and children whom are at the first line of fire and risk of death. The International Centre For Human Rights (ICHR) wants to bring to the World’s attention that after carful investigation of current situation in Afghanistan it’s very important to point up that the Afghan activists are at Imminent danger by the Taliban. That been said following Canada’s announcement of the resettlement program of 20,000 vulnerable Afghans which [...read more]

August 20th, 2021|

Afghanistan Is At The Risk Of Civilians Evacuation And Needs Resettlement Support

Afghanistan Is At The Risk Of Civilians Evacuation And Needs Resettlement Support. ICHR Welcomes Canada’s expansion on resettlement program to bring more Afghans to safety, and in solidarity with the people of Afghanistan, Strongly calls on the international community, United Nations, and E.U to take  immediate serious measures to prevent Taliban attacks on cities, which have led to war crimes, widespread human rights abuses and catastrophic humanitarian crimes. Afghans Who Fled Their Homes Due To Taliban’s Attacks And Hostile Violence On City After City Taking Over Afghanistan, Leading To Outrageous Catastrophic Humanitarian Or War Crimes, Are Taking Refuge In Public Parks And Borders In Fear Of Their Lives. "Taking refuge in such manner During Covid19 Pandemic, has created overcrowded camps [...read more]

August 16th, 2021|

Afghanistan Is On The Brink Of Bloody TakeOver As Taliban Hostile Fighters Enter Kabul

Afghanistan Is On The Brink Of Bloody TakeOver As Taliban Hostile Fighters Enter Kabul ICHR strongly stands in solidarity with the people of Afghanistan and calls on the international community, United Nations, and E.U to take  immediate serious measures to prevent Taliban attacks on cities, which have led to war crimes, widespread human rights abuses and catastrophic humanitarian crimes. Taliban’s hostile fighters have entered Kabul. Gunfire and bloodshed in the capital are rising. Taliban holding all border crossings, leaving Kabul International Airport as only way out. And Yet Taliban say they want peaceful transition of power in days, as their Hostile Fighters reach Afghanistan’s capital Kabul with bloodshed of civilians. Suhail Shaheen said; “that the militant Islamist group would protect the [...read more]

August 15th, 2021|
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