The Kurdistan Free Life Party has protested the Iranian state’s arrests and violations of rights before the parliament of the Netherlands.
According to the statement that was presented at the protest, Iran has increased its oppression of women, political activists, religious groups and other communities.
It was also noted that Kurds were the most oppressed community in Iran, and that Kurds face imprisonment whenever they attempt to struggle for their rights.
Iran has arrested artists, politicians, ecologists, and women’s rights defenders in recent months, said in the statement
Protesters also called on the Netherlands not to remain silent on the suppression of dissent in Iran.
Iran has implemented a supression policy on Kurds and other dissenters in the country for a long time. The activist Faranak Cemşîdî was arrested and sentenced to four years in prison on the charge of being a member of one of the Kurdish opposition parties.
According to the Kurdistan Human Rights Network (KHRN), 65 people were detained in January.