Friday, May 24, 2019 01:13

Mohammad Seddigh Kaboodvand

Human rights activist temporarily released

Mohammad Seddigh Kaboodvand, the jailed founder of the Kurdistan Defence of Human Rights Organization, has been given a four-day furlough on bail of seven-billion rials. » read more

Activist ends hunger strike

Jailed Iranian human rights activist Mohammad Seddigh Kaboodvand has ended his 59-day hunger strike against the government’s refusal to live him visit his sick son. » read more

Amnesty International and the Campaign in Support of Mohammad Seddigh Kaboodvand

Sara Roshan in conversation with Parinaz Hassany, wife of Mohammad Seddigh Kaboodvand

Amnesty International launched a campaign on July 11, 2012 in support of Mohammad Seddigh Kaboodvand, an Iranian activist known as the father of Kurdish human rights. » read more

Rights group stands up for jailed journalists

Human Rights Watch has issued an announcement calling for an immediate end to the abuse of two jailed Iranian journalists, Mohammad Seddigh Kaboodvand and Bahman Ahmadi Amouyi. » read more

Jailed activist continues to refuse food

Iranian political prisoner Mohammad Seddigh Kaboodvand is continuing with his hunger strike after more than a month of refusing food, his wife reported after a recent visit with him. » read more

Activists call on UN rights commissioner to help prisoner

More than 350 Iranian political, social and media activists have called on Navi Pillay, the UN High Commissioner of Human Rights, to help Iranian political prisoner Mohammad Seddigh Kaboodvand, who is currently on a hunger strike. » read more

Ebadi, rights groups condemn treatment of political prisoners

Shirin Ebadi, the Iranian Nobel Peace laureate, has joined with three major international human rights organizations to call for the release of political prisoners in Tehran who are “seriously ill.” » read more

Hunger strike lands jailed activist in infirmary

Jailed Iranian human rights activist Mohmmad Seddigh Kaboodvand is in critical condition following more than a week on a hunger strike. » read more

Jailed activist on hunger strike

Mohammad Seddigh Kaboodvand, a jailed Kurdish human rights activist, has once again begun a hunger strike to back his demand for a furlough to visit his sick son. » read more

U.S. calls for release of journalists

The United States has called on Iran to release Mohammad Seddigh Kaboodvand and the other 90 journalists who are being held in Iranian prisons. » read more