Torture, rape, and murder in Iranian prisons - a historical perspective - Macleans.ca
 

Torture, rape, and murder in Iranian prisons – a historical perspective


 

The Iran Human Rights Documentation Center today published a detailed report on the 1988 massacre of political prisoners in Iran. 

Incidentally, readers who doubted the confession of a Basij member, published in the Jerusalem Post, that he “married” and then raped women prisoners before their executions – Hello, Robert McClelland – should have a look at page 34.


 

Torture, rape, and murder in Iranian prisons – a historical perspective

  1. What's wrong with you?

  2. Read the Prisoner of Tehran, she documents similar practices.

  3. "What's wrong with you?"

    A blogger holding a commenter, and in McClelland's case, blogger of sorts as well, to account. What a strange concept.

    I can see why that would trouble you Anon/Ti-G*y.

  4. iran has had human rights problems for many years. the big surprise lately is the attempt by the iranian government to cover it up while continuing to do it!