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Executed political prisoners in Iran 1980-88

No of names: 15,188
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Organisation: Iran Tribunal
Org. type: Other/undefined
Website language: English
The Iran Tribunal is an international people´s court and a non-binding legal tribunal residing in The Hague, the Netherlands, aiming to investigate serious allegations of Human Rights violations and Crimes against humanity in the Islamic Republic of Iran during the 1980s. It was founded in 2007, because no other judicial committee would investigate allegations made against the government of Islamic Republic of Iran. The Government of Iran was invited to take part in the Tribunal, but refused to co-operate.

The Tribunal was formed in 2007 by multiple victims and relatives of victims. The formation was greatly aided many distinguished lawyers and Human Rights activists. The steering committee started having regular meetings in October 2007 and was led by John Cooper QC, Sir Geoffrey Nice, Kader Asmal and Richard Falk. The tribunal is based on the model of Russell Tribunal.

Source: Wikipedia, published under the GNU FDL. Retrieved 2016-07-27


The Iran Tribunal has published two lists of political prisoners who were executed by the Islamic Republic of Iran. The first cover the years 1981 to 1987 and the second in 1988 when a large number of political prisoners were executed. In total they include over 15,000 names.

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