There once lived a person named:

Mr. Asakereh was single, and a resident of Mahshahr in the south of Khuzestan Province. He was a worker at [the town of] Bandar Imam Khomeini’s Petrochemical Company.

Reported executions

58 January 2016
58 This year (2016)
1052 Last year (2015)
964 In 2014
913 In 2013
579 In 2012
695 In 2011

From the library

He loved freedom. He was first arrested because he stopped the revolutionary guards from flogging a man in public square. Later, in prison, he witnessed a horrendous crime against humanity.

INTERRUPTED LIVES: Portraits of Student Repression in Iran

"Interrupted Lives" is a traveling exhibit that tells the story of Iranian students who have been punished for expressing their beliefs. Thousands have been victims of politically motivated arrests or executions during the past three decades.

Working towards peaceful transition in Iran
by documenting human rights abuses and promoting democratic values

Omid Memorial

Home to thousands of executed victims of all ages and all walks of life.
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Don’t let those whose lives were cut short be forgotten. If you know of a victim click here ❯