In Iran, political prisoners, especially journalists, are systematically subjected to psychological torture. This form of torture is the most common in Iran, and can often be worse than physical torture. In 2011, journalist Naeimeh Doostdar was incarcerated at Evin Prison for her work with Radio Farda, and put under intense psychological pressure.
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