December 20, 2012

Iran: Silent War While Life Goes On

Some in Iran are feeling the effects of shortages of medicine and high prices more than others while an artist challenges passersby at the UN to […]
December 5, 2012

Iran: Sotoudeh Ends Hunger Strike, Maleki Calls for an End to Bad Rule

All over the world people who care about the fate of Nasrin Sotoudeh breathed a collective sigh of relief as word came in that her demands […]
December 5, 2012

Letter from Maleki: Doubt Not, Tomorrow is Your Turn

Dr. Mohammad Maleki, former chancellor of the University of Tehran, is a long-time dissident. As the first post-revolution chancellor of the University of Tehran, he attempted to institute direct democratic management of the institution. Among other subjects, this letter refers to the destruction of that experiment, and his own imprisonment. While in prison during the 80s in Iran he witnessed executions and torture.