Most of the killings in the form of extra judicial killing, target killing, random arrests and execution of people blamed for drug smuggling, are part of an Iranian state policy to weaken the Baloch society, to continue its despotic rule over Balochistan and exploit its resource and geopolitical location.
Sources further reported that Iran awarded death sentence to at least 83 people in Zehran Prison. Majority of the victims are Baloch who were arrested from different areas of Iranian occupied Balochistan.
After 7 years of imprisonment, Alireza was supposed to be released on Tuesday, June 24, after being proved to be innocent.
Given the regime's fear of uprising by oppressed nationalities people against open discriminations, it is using its most fearful instrument of forceful confession and execution in the regions of oppressed nationalities.
HRANA News Agency - Hamza Rigi, Iranian Baluch political prisoner who has been arrested 30 months ago, held in Solitary Confinement is in 26th day of his hunger strike.
The third Baluch political prisoner Abul Basit, a social activist and a promoter of ‘Human Rights & Democracy', was reportedly very active on internet. He used to advocate justice, Human rights and democracy in Baluchistan.
Confirmed speakers include Mark Lattimer (Executive Director, Minority Rights Group), Monireh Sulemani (Balochistan Peoples Party), Karim Abdian (Director, Ahwaz Human Rights Organization, Fakhteh Zamani (Director, Association for the Defense of Azerbaijani Political Prisoners, and Antonia Bertschinger (Amnesty International).
Presentation at the Side even on 18th session of the United Nation in Geneva on Nationalities in Iran which was jointly organized by The Movement Against Racism and for Friendship between Peoples " And Zagros Human Right Organisation
The report is based on over 100 interviews by Human Rights Watch in Balochistan in 2010 and 2011 with family members of "disappeared" people, former detainees, local human rights activists, lawyers, and witnesses to government abductions.
Rigi, from the repressed Baluch ethnic minority, regularly wrote on his blog about politics and Iran's treatment of the Baluch. He was convicted on charges of "acting against national security" and "propagating against the regime," according to local news websites. Rigi's online writings were used as evidence against him in the trial, local blogs reported.