For several years, human rights have been an issue in Iran in relation to the U.N. Human Rights Council serving the special mandate where the Iranian citizen’s rights are a matter of concern. Here are 10 facts about Iranian human rights.
- Iranian government is constantly executing the citizens of Iran. The citizens can be executed due to adultery, same-sex relationship, drug-related crimes, or even the refusal to adopt a religious value.
- The activists of human rights are jailed and prosecuted for their activism. The people who fight in Iran to make a fairer government aren’t rewarded for their efforts.
- The freedom of speech and expression isn’t respected and is also actively denied. The protesters are arrested and might be sentenced to death due to a public disagreement.
- Erasure and censorship of political opinion seems to occur pretty often in Iran. As a matter of fact, the Association of Journalist has been banned in Iran.