The Nightly Rooftop Protests in Tehran Continue:

According to news reports from Human Rights and Democracy Activists in Iran the nightly rooftop protests in Tehran continue. On Friday July 24th people took to their rooftops and side streets between 10:00pm-10:30pm shouting “death to dictator.”

The protests took place in many different areas in Tehran including “Sedkhandan, Mirdamad, Aghdasiye, Tehran Pars, Shams Abad, Azadi etc...” Security forces and BAsij were present in large numbers riding their motorcycles and trying to create fear among the people, however they were not successful and people continued shouting slogans without paying any attention to the security forces.

Protests of Families of Political Prisoners and their Concern for Their Loved Ones

According to news reports from Human Rights and Democracy Activists in Iran the families of those recently arrested continued to gather on Saturday July 24th and Sunday July 25th to gather in front of the Revolutionary Court and the Evin Prison in hopes of obtaining news about their loved ones.

According to this news report Regime Agents have started turning over the bodies of protestors who have been murdered during the protests, to their families. Regime officials are putting a lot of pressure on these families, preventing them from having public memorials for their loved ones.

Number of protestors have been killed under torture in the infamous Kherzik Detention centre, also known as the “death camp.” Most of those gathered were the mothers of those arrested who wanted someone to at least tell them whether their children were still alone or not.


Protests of Families of Political Prisoners and their Concern for Their Loved Ones

According to news reports from Human Rights and Democracy Activists in Iran the families of those recently arrested continued to gather on Saturday July 24th and Sunday July 25th to gather in front of the Revolutionary Court and the Evin Prison in hopes of obtaining news about their loved ones.

According to this news report Regime Agents have started turning over the bodies of protestors who have been murdered during the protests, to their families. Regime officials are putting a lot of pressure on these families, preventing them from having public memorials for their loved ones.

Number of protestors have been killed under torture in the infamous Kherzik Detention centre, also known as the “death camp.” Most of those gathered were the mothers of those arrested who wanted someone to at least tell them whether their children were still alone or not.

New List of Protestors who have been Arrested Recentlyas published by Human Rights and Democracy Avtivists in Iran:
1. Mr. Shahriar Mohammadi (23)

2. Mr. Nima Fatehi (19)

3. Mr. Mohammad Reza Salari (28)

4. Mr. Mohsen Yar Mohammadi (26)

5. Mr. Alireza Farji Sakuhi (29)

6. Mr. Said Reza Hashemi (21)

7. Mr. Mostafa Alizadeh Jomeh (26)

8. Mr. Sina Jafar-Nejad (27)

9. Mr. Abbas Sadat (32)

10. Mr. Amir Taghi-Nejad (24)

11. Mr. Kamran Mahmoudi (19)

12. Mr. Behrouz Hakimi (22)

13. Mr. Reza Mahsanipour (30)

14. Mr. Seyed Mehdi Abdollah Nejad (22)

15. Mr. Siavash Tehrani (28)

16. Mr. Farzad Gholami (25)

17. Mr. Amir Mohammad Ramezan Zadeh (20)

18. Mr. Shahin Nemati (24)

19. Mr. Mahmoud Razavi (35)

20. Ms. Sarah Sharifi (28)

21. Mr. Faramarz Ahmadi (26)

22. Mr. Mohammad Hossein Zargari (26)

23. Mr. Abdol Hamid Fatehi (30)

24. Mr. Omid Safari (27)

25. Mr. Sina Johari (20)

26. Mr. Farzin Nikraftar (29)

27. Mr. Kaveh Mehrjoo (22)

28. Mr.Moin Nezam-Dust

29. Mr. Mohammad Rezayi (25)


30. Mr. Ahmad Souri (29)

31. Mr. Alireza Mokhtari (25)

32. Ms. Fariba Vatankhah (27)

33. Ms. Masumeh Alikhani (25)

34. Mr. Mohammad Nazari (28)

35. Mr. Mehdi Haghighi (20)

36. Mr. Siavash Azmudeh (24)

37. Mr. Mohammad Hassan Moradi (23)

38. Mr. Saleh Ali Mohammadi (21)

39. Mr. Masoud Kakavand (34)

40. Mr. Ali Akbar Nabihi (27)

41. Mr. Hassan Sayadi (19)

42. Mr. Mohsen Khodadadi (24)

43. Mr. Shahram Hossein Khani (30)

44. Mr. Morteza Mothevi (28)

45. Mr. Abbas Mostafavi (28)

46. Mr. Sajad Mohammadi (36)

47. Mr. Ali Kazemi (25)

48. Mr. Behzad Darayi (22)

49. Farhad Semsari (25)

50. Mr. Kamran Hassani (28)

51. Mr. Mohammad sadegh Javadi Azad (30)

52. Mr. Abolfazl Separi (21)

There is great concern for the life and safety of those arrested, as many of them are transferred to Kehrzik Detention Centre also known as the death camp, and other detention centres known for torture and brutal treatment of political prisoners.

Translation by: Sayeh Hassan

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