Human Rights News

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

Iranians Worldwide Are Gathering In Solidarity With The People Of Iran Protesting

Country; Iran Media; ICHR strongly condemns ayatollah Khamenei for ordering the use of deadly forces towards the people of Iran protesting. Iranians around the world are protesting in solidarity with the people of Iran to support their chanting for political, economic, and social reforms. As well as raising awareness towards what’s happening in Iran today. Soon after the protests started The supreme leader ayatollah Khamenei ordered the security forces to use any measure and live emulation on people protesting to silence them, as he called them “thugs” and accused them of being influenced by foreign interests. And the government began their crackdown on the civilians protesting. They sent threatening messages, disconnected the internet to leave the protesters incommunicado, and they [...read more]

November 23rd, 2019|

The People of MiddleEast Are Chanting in Solidarity

Country: Iraq, Iran, Lebanon ICHR strongly condemns the use of violence and deadly forces upon the MiddleEast protesters by their governments, whom are asking for political, economic, and social reforms in peaceful manner. The people of Middle East Iraq,  Lebanon, and Iran, ( More On Iran;) are chanting against their dictatorship governments, and the unjustise brought upon them by their governments in unity & solidarity. Their Government has continuously executed widespread tactical and systematic human rights violations both inside and outside of the country. Today, they are demanding political, economic, and social reforms and they are under attack by their governments security forces, that are using violence and deadly means to silence their united demonstrations. Lebanese chanted  in support of ⁦#IranProtests⁩:  ‏“From Tehran [...read more]

November 22nd, 2019|

‪Iranian Protesters Are Under Attack By The Government

Country: Iran Media; ICHR strongly condemns the government of Iran for their use of violence and deadly forces on people of Iran protesting, and the government must be held accountable for the killings and their crimes against the Iranian people. As the Iran’s united protests are continuing the government of Iran is getting more aggressive and violence, in order to silence the protesters. Since the protests have began the government has sent threatening messages, disconnected the internet to leave the protesters incommunicado, and they have tear gassed, assaulted, and use open fire to the protesters. More than 100 people have been reported killed and thousands more injured. Just from Kurdistan alone 30 protesters have been killed and over 200 injured. [...read more]

November 19th, 2019|

Iraq Protesters Block Roads To Main Gulf Port And Southern Oilfields

Country: Iraq Media, Open Fire On Protesters Protests began last month over lack of jobs and public services but have grown into calls for political system overhaul. Iraqi demonstrators have blocked roads leading to oilfields and the main port in the country's south, according to security officials, while protesters in Baghdad forced the closure of Iraq’s central bank. For the second time since the start of anti-establishment demonstrations last month, protesters on Monday blocked the entrance to the Umm Qasr commodities port near Basra, preventing employees and tankers from entering and bringing operations down by 50 percent. If the blockage continue the operations will come to a complete halt. The port was previously blocked from October 29 to November 9 with [...read more]

November 18th, 2019|

Urgent Action And a Recommitment To Child Rights

With World Children’s Day Around The Corner Urgent Action and Recommitment To Child Rights is Much Needed. Media; ICHR strongly stands in solidarity with children’s rights and call on the international community to pay more attention and take firm action to accelerate progress in advancing child rights, and their security and well-being worldwide. “There have been impressive gains for children over the past three decades, as more and more are living longer, better and healthier lives. However, the odds continue to be stacked against the poorest and most vulnerable.” Such as The Refugee children that are living alone, without parents or families. No parents. No grandparents. No aunts or uncles. No guardians. No choice. 111,000 unaccompanied children were forced to [...read more]

November 18th, 2019|

Lethal Use Of Force And The Cutting Off Internet in Iran

Country: Iran Media; ICHR strongly condemns the lethal use of force and the cutting off communications in Iran. And condemns Ayatollah Khamenei for the deaths of the protesters. Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei  described the people of Iran protesting against the fuel price increases, as "thugs" spurred on by foreign influence as protests entered a third day on Sunday. And endorsed the government’s decision to raise prices it sets for rationed gasoline by 50 percent as of Friday and by 300 percent for gasoline that exceeds ration limits. On state television Sunday, Khamenei acknowledged that "some lost their lives and some places were destroyed" while condemn   of demonstrators and implying they had been influenced by counterrevolutionaries and foreign influencers. In [...read more]

November 17th, 2019|