USA State Department: The Iranian government continues to crack down on ethnic and religious minorities

According to the Kurdistan Human Rights Association Report, the State Department has stated in a statement that the Islamic Republic of Iran has continued to pursue a policy of suppression and removal of national and religious minorities, a policy that has led to insecurity in national areas such as east Kurdistan and Balochistan, That’s why I asked your citizens do not to travel to Iran and these areas where the policies of the Islamic Republic of Iran have increased insecurity and insecurity in them.

The State Department said : “The Iranian government continues to crack down on religious minorities and national groups, including Christians, Baha’is, Arabs, Kurds, Azeris in Iran,” continues.

The Islamic Republic of Iran has consistently pursued a policy of intimidation and expansion of tension and has unsafe its national areas, such as eastern Kurdistan, Balochistan and other areas of the country, with its anti religious policies.

The killing of carrier ( innocent civilians ), group arrest, the intensification and expansion of the presence of the military in the cities of eastern Kurdistan are only small cases in which the Iranian government is trying to unsafe the Kurdistan.

Kurdistan Human Rights Association