Human Rights violations in Iran Yearly Statistical – Special Year 2011

Posted on: February 6th, 2012

In a prediction report, it contains Statistical Data (2010-2011) of Human Rights violations in Iran. The statistical basis of this report, that has been prepared, will provide analytical, statistical efforts of institution, and the publication of Human Rights Activists in Iran.

Certainly, due to the Iranian government not allowing human rights defenders to work properly in reporting Human Rights violations and preventing the free flow of information, it does not recognizes the independence of the civil activities, and at the moment, reporting these issues are something with many limitations, difficulty and dangerous in Iran.

Obviously, in such situation for Human Rights defenders, despite great difficulties, only a very small volume of human Rights violations are being monitored, researched and documented in relation to media reports, and finding other groups. However with regards to the restrictions, we can» t deny the analytical error of the content, but the Human Rights entity have known the statistical content and analysis repots with %3 margin of error, rare in its own kind.

As in the first section of the report, it is necessary to notice the human Rights group activities and effort in Iran to improve the reporting of human Rights violations, however, statistics can make dramatic differences in terms of the reports focused on the center of the country compared to other parts of the country as one of the weaknesses of Iran «s civil society entities.

With regard to the Human Rights statistics, 1120077 cases of Violation and protocols documented in Iran with the total repots of 2751, see the map below.

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Four Rapists Were Hanged Today

Posted on: October 12th, 2011

HRANA News Agency – On Wednesday, October 12, 2011, four individuals convicted of rape were publicly hanged in Khomeini Shahr’s Behesht Park.After the death sentences were upheld by the Supreme Court, four rapists were hanged today while the Public and Revolutionary Prosecutor of Esfahan Province and other local officials attended the event.

According to a report by Fars News Agency, the following individuals were hanged today after being convicted of charges of rape in Khomeini Shahr:

 

  • Abbas (single, 24 years old, with prior convictions for kidnapping and inappropriate relations in 2004 and 2008)
  • Rajab Ali (single, 23 years old, with prior convictions for consumption of alcohol, bullying and intimidation with a dagger and inappropriate relations)
  • Asghar (single, 20 years old, with prior convictions for bullying and intimidation with a knife, consumption of alcohol and inappropriate relations)
  • Mansor (single, 25 years old, with prior convictions for kidnapping in 2005)


On May 24, 2011, a group of women at a private party were abducted and gang raped at knife point in Khomeini Shahr.

More pictures of the public hanging can be seen here.

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Thirteen Were Executed in a Month for Rape

Posted on: June 21st, 2011

HRANA News Agency – The Statistics, Publications and Achievements Division of Human Rights Activists in Iran has reported that thirteen prisoners accused of rape have been executed in various cities throughout Iran during the last thirty days.According to the policy set forth by Iran’s Judiciary Branch, twelve of these individuals were hanged in public in order to set examples and frighten the masses.

These executions have been happening while in recent days, the news of gang-rapes in Esfahan and Kashmar has caused increasingly sharp criticism of the Judiciary System that has failed to assist the victims who called the emergency services for help.

According to the report released by the Statistics, Publications and Achievements Division of Human Rights Activists in Iran, nine prisoners were also hanged in different cities throughout Iran from mid April to mid May.

It seems as if punishing the perpetrators of rape violently has produced reverse effects in dealing with this harmful social phenomenon such that the spokesman for Iran’s Judiciary Branch has indirectly pointed out that there are tens of rapes cases only in the city of Kashmar.

 

People Protest Against Police and Judiciary in Khomeynishahr

Posted on: June 10th, 2011

HRANA News Agency – Residents of Khomeynishahr in Esfahan Province gathered in front of the courthouse to protest against the police and the judiciary officials who have failed to investigate several rapes that occurred during a celebration in a garden near the city.

According to a report by Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), eyewitnesses have said that a number of men equipped with non firearm weapons attacked a family gathering, kidnapped the male guests and raped the women before fleeing the premises.It has been reported that a pregnant woman was raped during this incident.

While this crime was occurring, one of the victims attempted to contact the police by placing an emergency call, but this plea for help was ignored.Afterwards, when the public heard the victims’ stories, the citizens of Khomeynishahr became outraged and gathered in front of the courthouse in protest.

During this rally, Khomeynishahr’s Public and Revolutionary Prosecutor assured the protestors that his office will find the perpetrators of this crime and will punish them to the full extent of the law.He further added, “Twelve suspects have been identified, and four of them have been arrested.The rest are being hunted down by the police.”

Although one week has passed since this crime took place, state media and news agencies have not reported the incident and prevented the news from being disseminated.Additionally, there have been contradicting accounts of police intervention which has sparked the most recent protest.