She had blossomed in custody through your letters of support, now the state is letting Marina wither. Don't let the flower wither, even if she does not get the mail now, so the guards will see that Marina is part of our g(u)ard-en!
After several days of hunger strike, all 14 activists of the "San Isidro Movement" were arrested by Cuban security forces. Shortly before the house was stormed, many online services in Havana and large parts of Cuba were interrupted.
25-year-old teacher Marina Glasova was arrested after taking part in demonstration against falcification of presidential elections. Later, a case was brought against her for “lack of respect for police officers”. Since then she has been in custody.
During a peaceful sit-in strike in front of a police station, the well-known Cuban professor Omara Ruiz Urquiola was brutally beaten by a police motorcycle patrol on November 13th, as reported by the International Society for Human Rights (ISHR).
There is a danger that the Belarusian topic will finally go off the radar since the West has its own current news: elections in the USA, the coronavirus, local protests in Poland, and others. Plus, foreign journalists from Belarus were expelled and deprived of their accreditations. Who will write from the scene?
Belarus, 31 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall. The German section of the ISHR reminds the famous words of Mikhail Gorbachev and says to the President of Belarus: “Mr. Lukashenko, you are clearly late!”
The Union of Victims’ Associations of Communist Tyranny, the Human Rights Center Cottbus, the International Society for Human Rights and the Memorial Foundation Victims of Communism organized a tribunal on “Forced Labor in Political Prison in the GDR”.
Leaders from the world’s largest independent Muslim organization and the world’s largest Evangelical Christian organization are beginning a joint effort to respond globally to threats to religious freedom coming from religious extremism and secular extremism.
The President of the International Society for Human Rights (ISHR), Thomas Schirrmacher, visited the Memorial Hall for the victims of the Massacre of the Japanese invaders 1937/1938 in Nanjing (China).