Mohammad Khiveh

#MohammadKhiveh, a professional climber, nature tourist, and English literature student, was arrested by IRGC forces in Yasooj and tortured to confess that he was involved in a failed bombing operation in Shiraz. 

On December 22, 2022, the Tasnim news agency, connected to the Revolutionary Guards, released a video showing forced confessions from a group of athletes from Shiraz. The athletes, who include Dena Sheybani, Amirarsalan Mahdavi, Hesam Moosavi, Eshragh Najafabadi, and Mohammad Khiveh, were accused of attempting to explode a homemade bomb in the city. The video showed the athletes blindfolded and in handcuffs. It was aired by Islamic Republic national TV after they had been subjected to days of mental and physical torture and pressure on their families. The video was full of contradictions and was fabricated by security forces to accuse these young people of a crime falsely.

In the forced confession video, #MohammadKhiveh was introduced as the person responsible for making the bomb kit!

Update: The Shargh newspaper reported that Dena Sheybani and Mohammad Khiveh were released on bail while the other three faced the “Corruption on earth” accusation.

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#MohammadKhiveh, a climber, was arrested by IRGC forces in Yasooj and  tortured to confess that he was involved in failed bombing operation in Shiraz. His forced confessions, along with 4 others, were aired on national television. #StopExecutioninIran

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Since September 16th, after the murder of a 22-year-old woman, Mahsa Amini, by the so-called morality police, Iranians have been protesting for freedom, human rights, minority rights, and women’s right to self-expression.

The Islamic Republic of Iran has responded with a lethal reaction, killing hundreds of its citizens nationwide with military artillery and arresting thousands.

The ruthless suppression of Iranian demonstrators has reached entirely new heights.

Two detained protesters, Mohsen Shekari and Majid Reza Rahnavard, were put to death on December 8th and 12th, respectively, without going through a fair trial, having access to independent counsel, or having the option to ask for an appeal.

The IR regime is about to execute hundreds of people.

Members of the German parliament, such as Ye-One Rhie, Carlos Kasper, and Martin Diedenhofen, were the first to decide to be political sponsors of several arrested protestors who were given death sentences. Politicians’ backing is vital. When elected officials publicly defend a political prisoner, more attention is attracted to their fate. The media cover their activism, and the attention serves to safeguard innocent prisoners.

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[1] https://www.amnesty.org/en/location/middle-east-and-north-africa/iran/

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