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ICRIR: Iranian Dissident and Denied Asylum-Seeker Navid Mirpourzadeh: “I am a Mohareb.”

My name is Navid Mirpourzadeh, Swedish Migration ID number 112408447. I was born in Iran. I was a student activist, involved in anti-government activities by publishing and disseminating literature. I was threatened by the security forces on many occasions, and finally was expelled from the university. I was then arrested by the Islamic Republic’s security … Continue reading

ICRIR Demands Rights of Iranian Refugees in Croydon Be Upheld, Condemns Attacks on Asylum-Seekers

Six Iranian refugees have been protesting outside the notorious UK Border Agency in Croydon, London since 5 April 2011. Mahyar Meyari (age 17), Mehran Meyari (20), Kiavash Bahari (26), Keyvan Bahari (30), Morteza Bayat (30) and Ahmad Sadeghi (55) are all protesting against the denial of their asylum claims. Keyvan Bahari has scars across his … Continue reading

ICRIR: Open Letter to the European Court: Do Not Allow Deportation of Sirvan Foroutan | اجازه ندهید اداره مهاجرت سوئد محمد سیروان فروتن پناهجوی ایرانی را به جمهوری اسلامی تحویل دهد

شکایت به دادگاه اروپا اجازه ندهید اداره مهاجرت سوئد محمد سیروان فروتن پناهجوی ایرانی را به جمهوری اسلامی تحویل دهد محمد سیروان متولد 770625 شماره پرونده 10859037 محمد سیروان در تاریخ 1 اکتبر 2007 به سوئد آمده و از اداره مهاجرت این کشور تقاضای پناهندگی سیاسی کرده بود. ولی متاسفانه اداره مهاجرت درخواست پناهندگی وی … Continue reading

The Islamic Republic’s Position on Iranians Outside of Iran Who Oppose the Regime, Including Asylum Seekers/Refugees

Recently we have received inquiries from Czechoslovakia, Norway, and elsewhere asking for documentation on declarations of the Islamic Republic’s intent to prosecute Iranian refugees if they are returned, asking for examples of returned refugees who have been arrested upon return to Iran, and similar information. This information is needed to stop deportartion to Iran at … Continue reading

Open Letter to the Swedish Migration Office: Do Not Deliver Mohammad Mehdi Maleki to the Fascist Government of Iran (includes letter-writing action)

This open letter to the Swedish Migration Office on behalf of Mohammad Mehdi Maleki, an Iranian refugee who has sought asylum in Sweden, was written by Abdollah Asadi, the Secretary of the Solidarity International Federation of Iranian Refugees, on 17 April 2011. We ask everyone to also send a letter to the Swedish Migration Office … Continue reading

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