Cuban human rights activist Elsa Morejon, the wife of former prisoner of conscience Dr. Oscar Biscet, wrote in a recent op-ed for the Washington Post that "(r)egime repression (in Cuba) has increased to a level unparalled since the 1960s."
The very unofficial Cuban Human Rights and National Reconiliation reported that in November there were at least 761 politically motivated arrests on the island, the second-highest monthly total -- there were 909 in October -- since March 2012.
That is, 761 more reasons to not visit Cuba and help the dictatorship finance its repression of the Cuban people.
That is, 761 more examples of the fraudulent nature of Raul Castro's much-ballyhooed "reforms."
That is, 761 more illustrations of how Cuba remains one of the most repressive places in the world.
The November tally brings the total number of arrests recorded by the Human Rights Commission to 5,301.
For details on each arrest in November, read the commission's report here.
Also, the Cuban Patriotic Union has more on the report.