December 10 is the Human Rights Day. In observance of this important day, Iranian Human Rights Activist Groups in EU and North America (IHRAG) has issued a sobering report, which we enclosed for your information.

Iranian Human Rights Activist Groups in EU and North America (IHRAG)
E-mail: hriran@hriran.org
Phone: 1-514-365-9212 (Canada) or 46-704-124-500 (Sweden)
Address: BOX 5047, 165 10 Hässelby, Sweden
Human Rights News from Iran: www.hriran.org

Report:

Doubtful death of the political prisoners, bans on publications, filtering internet sites, arresting political, social, cultural and human right’s activists, disregarding the religious minorities’ right, expulsion of students and professors from universities, women’ suppression, the critical situation of the labours in Iran are the daily observable news in news agencies and publications, word-wide. These kinds of news reflect the dominant harsh atmosphere in Iran.
This report gathered between December 2006 and November 2007 is a proof of this claim as:
Widespread, planned and systematic violation of Human Right in Iran.
In this report a little part of the human rights violations instances in Iran has been compile.

Students:
• Arrested: 123
• Interrogated: 46
• Summoned to courts: 26
• Tried: 11
• Issued sentences by courts: 34
• Summoned to disciplinary committees: 336
• Sentences issued by disciplinary committees: 331
• Fired from university: 344
• Beaten students:2
• Suspended education:24
• Threatened: 4
• Dissolving students’ formations:27
• Banned student’s magazines: 37
• Issued sentences against Press: 41
• Attacks to students’ formations:1
• House inspections:3
• Students’ strike:4

Press and journalists:
• Summoned to courts: 283
• Arrested journalists: 26
• Interrogated: 21
• Tried: 58
• Issued sentences against Press: 41
• Banned books: 13
• Filtered sites: 20
• Banned dailies and press organisations: 65
• Banned movies: 6
• Issued sentences against Press: 41
• Fired journalists: 3
• Threatened: 11

Political, social and cultural activists:
• Summoned to courts: 82
• Interrogated: 175
• Arrested: 1735
• Tried: 681
• Sentences issued by courts: 520
• Threatened: 22
• Released on bails: 73
• Beaten: 2
• Barred from leaving the country:14
• Preventions on disposing ceremonies:13
• Attacks to social organisations: 5
• Preventions on formations’ activity: 2
• Fired for having political activities: 46
• House inspections:7
• Terrors in side the borders:1

Labours:

• Not received payments and benefits: 105686
• Fired: 14946
• Arrested: 83
• Summoned to courts:31
• Sentences issued by courts:75
• Tried:99
• Died while working: 1127
• Interrogated:26
• Attacks to labours’ gatherings: 3
• Bans on labours’ organisation: 1

Political prisoners:
• On strike: 37
• Preventions on leave of absence for receiving treatment:12
• Beaten: 3
• Further interrogation: 16
• Death in prison:1
• Handicapped under tortures: 3
• Missing: 8
• Further trial:5
• Sentences issued during conviction period: 6
• Prevention on being released: 6

Executed:
• Executed: 260
• Executed( political prisoners): 8
• expected to be executed:313
• expected to be executed(political prisoners):18
• executed in public: 87
• under 18, while committing the crime(executed):6
• stoned to death(executed sentence):1
• stoned to death(issued sentences):7

Women
• Summoned to courts: 44
• Tried:8
• Issued sentences:15
• Arrested: 33
• Threatened: 6
• Interrogated: 18
• Barred from leaving the country: 2

Public arrestment and public murders:
• Public arrestment: 24783
• Murdering people:32
• Suspicious murders: 3

Retaliation sentence
• Hand amputation: 8
• Eye removing: 1