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Nigerian court orders release of Sheikh Zakzaky for medical treatment 06 Aug 2019

Nigerian court orders release of Sheikh Zakzaky for medical treatment

Nigeria’s State High Court has issued a release order for the critically-ill Muslim cleric Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky and his wife, who have been seeking bail to travel to an Indian hospital for medical treatment.

Delay in Zakzaky’s case unjust, inhuman 21 Jul 2019

Delay in Zakzaky’s case unjust, inhuman

The leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria Sheikh Ibraheem El-Zakzaky, who has been battling for critical health issues, was scheduled to appear before the Kaduna State High Court on Wednesday for a hearing to allow him to travel to India for medical treatment.

Iran raps US policies for impeding other countries’ development 02 Jul 2019

Iran raps US policies for impeding other countries’ development

Iran criticized Mon. the United States’ policies in creating hurdles in the path of other countries’ sustainable development.

Raisi: Rights violators claim to be rights advocates 25 Jun 2019

Raisi: Rights violators claim to be rights advocates

The Islamic Republic of Iran has always regarded human rights as the central point of divine religions and has always championed peace and human rights in the world, Judiciary Chief Ebrahim Raisi said on Monday.

Iran reports on US human rights violations in 2018 03 Jun 2019

Iran reports on US human rights violations in 2018

The Iranian Parliament’s national security commission has published a report, recounting the many instances of human rights violations by the US government last year.

Why are human rights defenders silent over Saudi crimes? 28 Apr 2019

Why are human rights defenders silent over Saudi crimes?

The latest crime of Saudi Arabia's wild regime has led to anger and hatred of all people in the world for Riyadh. Undoubtedly, not only the leaders of the Saudi regime, but also its American and European supporters, are also involved in the martyrdom of 37 people in Saudi Arabia.

Iranians rally in front of Swiss Embassy to support detained journalist 20 Jan 2019

Iranians rally in front of Swiss Embassy to support detained journalist

 Iranian students, journalists and people from different walks of life are holding a demonstration in front of the Swiss Embassy in Tehran, which handles the US consular affairs in Iran, to protest the illegal detention of a US-born anchor working for Iran’s Press TV by the US authorities. The protestors have staged the rally to […]

Larijani slams US double standards regarding human rights 20 Jan 2019

Larijani slams US double standards regarding human rights

 Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani rebuked the arrest of Marzieh Hashemi, a US-born anchor working for Iran’s Press TV, saying such tricky measures prove Washington’s double standards regarding human rights. Addressing the Parliament’s open session on Sunday, Larijani said the US’ unlawful treatment with the Press TV anchor shows that Washington just claims to respect […]

Report on human rights situation in Iran reflects UN dual standard policy 17 Oct 2018

Report on human rights situation in Iran reflects UN dual standard policy

A senior Iranian diplomat at the United Nations (UN) said on Tuesday criticized UN’s report on human rights practices in Iran, saying “it reflects the dual standard policy of the organization.” Iran’s Counsellor and Permanent Representative to the Third Committee of the UN General Assembly Mohammad Hassani-Nejad has condemned United Nation’s double standard policy towards human […]

UK almost Doubles Arms Sales to Countries on List of Human Rights Abusers 23 Jul 2018

UK almost Doubles Arms Sales to Countries on List of Human Rights Abusers

The UK nearly doubled the value of arms sales to countries on the government’s list of human rights abusers in the past year, figures reveal. Licenses for arms deals worth some £1.5bn were approved in Whitehall in 2017, up from £820m a year earlier, according to figures compiled by the Campaign against the Arms Trade […]