Nov. 14 - Reports say that the Kurd political prisoner Shirkoo Moarefi was transferred to solitary confinement of the central prison of Saqez to be executed.
Nov. 14 - Reports from Saqez city say that some youths of this city have gathered under the name of the “Group of Saqez Youths” have planned a demonstration for today.
The demonstrators will march from Hahloo Square towards the city’s central prison. Hatred of the regime has increased in most of Kurdistan’s cities following the execution of Ehsan Fatahian. Should Shirkoo also be executed, an uprising might occur in Kurdistan.
Nov. 12 - Grand Ayatollah Montazeri has declared the executioners of political prisoners criminals.
In a new fatwa, Montazeri said that verdicts based on information or confessions obtained by torture are void and against Canon Law. He said, “those responsible for executing these orders and those who commanded getting these kinds of confessions are guilty and criminal based on law and canon law.”
The video clip linked here discloses the identity of a plainclothes officer who shot people during the November fourth demonstrations.
Nov. 13 - In Sanandaj in the evening of November 12 more than 800 people and families of political prisoners gathered in Azadi Square and marched down Ferdosi Ave. They were protesting against the execution of Ehsan Fatahian and demanding the revocation of execution warrants on eleven other prisoners in Sanandaj Prison.
The march was held under conditions equivalent to a curfew. Seven people were arrested when the SSF raided the crowd and they were taken to an unknown place. Eyewitness reports reported that the SSF even beat old people and women walking on the sidewalks and in the alleys. Some of the agents took photographs of people in the crowds for later identification.
Nov. 13 - In Kermanshah at 2:30 PM more than 1200 residents gathered in Shahrak Karmadan Mosque to commemorate the death of Ehsan Fatahian. Those present had pictures of Ehsan and placards reading “Eshan Fatahian - fallen for freedom”. Young people had hi picture in their hands and on them was written “each of us is an Ehsan”.
Nov. 14 - Reports say that some female prisoners in Evin Prison are in critical condition. Several are reported to have influenza and are in bad shape. The prison authorities have cut off all calls and visits to prevent this news from being reported.