HRANA – Mir Hossein Mousavi’s head of security, known as Haj Ahmad Yazdanfar, has been arrested.
According to Kalameh, Yazdanfar who is Mousavi’s most senior bodyguard and head of security was arrested moments ago by police forces.
We will post a more complete report on this breaking news as soon as possible.
May 4, 2010
HRA News Agency – Security forces detained a number of teachers and school workers, who intended to visit the tomb of Dr. Abulhasan Khanali.
May 2, 2010
HRA News Agency – Dr. Mohammad Hassan Yousef Pourseifi was dismissed from work at the state-run media because of his activities in the field of human rights.
May 2, 2010
HRA News Agency –Mohammad Oliayi Fard, a legal scholar and court attorney (with “Type 1 certification”) was detained today.
April 29, 2010
HRA News Agency – Three members of the Teachers’ Guild Association were detained in the aftermath of the increasing pressures on Teachers’ Guild activists at the threshold of the “Teachers’ Week.” According to HRANA, On Wednesday morning April 28, officials of the Ministry of Information arrested Ali Akbar Baghani, director general of Teachers’ Guild Association, and Mohammad Beheshti Langroodi, the speaker of this association, at their place of residence. An hour later in city of Tabriz, security forces raided the personal residence of Toufigh Morteza Poor, one of the members of the Teachers’ Guild Association of Tabriz and detained him.
HRANA – In a press release, the Human Rights Activists in Iran Organization (HRAI) published the names of its detained members and associates who have been arrested over the past several months.The complete press release is as follows:
Press Release on Widespread Arrests
The Iranian Security Forces embarked on a nationwide mission against human rights defenders and, in particular, members of HRA, in February of 2010 and their mission continues in full force to date. These Actions of Security Forces had catchy names such as “American Cyber Army Defeat Mission” or “Project Against Human Rights.” However, members of HRA have given their own name to these widespread raids and arrests: “The Security Apparatus Against Human Rights Activists in Iran.” The HRA issues press releases and held a conference in which it examined the various dimensions of recent developments.