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Teen Protester Attempts Suicide in Iran

Sometimes called Tehran Central Prison, it is a large prison, also known as "Fashafuyeh" or "Hasanabad-e Qom Prison".

A teenage Iranian protester attempted suicide on Saturday, in the Greater Tehran Penitentiary, after learning that he was to be sentenced to ten years in prison for taking part in the November 2019 uprising.

Iran’s Criminal Judges: Mohammad Moghisseh

Mohammad Moghisseh - Human rights violator

Mohammad Moghisseh, 64, is notoriously renowned among Iranians as a “judge” who issues the longest verdicts in the shortest hearings. For many years, he has been giving harsh sentences to protesters, political activists, intellectuals, ethnic and religious minorities, and journalists.

116 Teenagers Detained, 20 Killed During Iran’s November Protests

The Iranian regime brutally killed 20 teenagers and detained 116 others in just two days

On December 26, the Chief of Staff of the Iranian regime’s President Mahmoud Vaezi attended an interview and answered reporters’ questions. When asked about the arrest of around 100 teenage students by the Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS), he said, “This is the first time that I hear this issue.”

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