Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Iran: implement

Amnesty International wrote in a statement her concern about the safety and health from more than 50 Kurdish prisoners of conscience and death row prisoners who went on hungerstrike in protest against continuing torture, executions and other abuses of human rights.
The protests include 15 prisoners who are being held in Sanandaj, 33 at Oroumiye, three at Saqqez and four who are being held in Tehran.
Amnesty continues to call for an end to torture, executions and other human rights violations in Iran, to release the three woman rights activists Zeynab Beyezidi, Hana Abdi en Ronak Saffarzadeh and for the suspension of all death sentences, including those against hunger strikers Arslan Oliya’i, Anvar Hossein Panahi, Habib Latifi, Farhad Kamangar, Farhad Vakili and Ali Haydariyan.

The newspaper Kargazoran and newsagency Fars wrote that the deathsentence of a woman is approved and sent to the section for implementation.
The woman, Zahra is sentenced to death for the murder on her husband, 7 years ago.

Anspress reports that September 10, in the house of poet Sayyad Mahammadian, during iftar officers of the Iranian Intelligence and Security Ministry arrested the wife and children of Abbas Lisani, and 20 other people.
The editor –in-chief of Yashmag journal poet Said Muganli, the activists Alirza Sarrafi, Akbar Azad, Hasan Rashidi, Hasan Rahimi, Mehdi Naimi, Mahammad Abbaspur, Sayyad Mahammadian, Abbas Naimi, Yusif Hushyar, Shahnaz Ibrahimzadeh, Huseyn Heydari, Ferhad Rizayi Goshachayli, Rubab Azimi, and Akram Naccari are still detained.
Rugeyya Lisani, the wife of Abbas Lisani, one of the leaders of the movement for the rights of Iranian Azerbaijanis, and their children Atilla Lisani en Ogtay Lisani are released.

Iran denied reports that the vessel hijacked by Somali pirates in the Gulf of Aden was carrying a 'dangerous consignment'.
The pirates say they opened the cargo of the Iranian ship, and several Somalis died, while others lost hair and suffered skin burns. The Iranian shipping company denies these rapports and also denies having paid $200,000.
Andrew Mwangura of East African Seafarers' Assistance Program says that the Iranian ship was to be released but that the pirates want more money.
The shipping company says that Iran reserves the right to file a lawsuit against Andrew Mwangura at an authorized international court for spreading lies.
The ship was carrying 42,500 tons of minerals and industrial products for a German firm.

In Iran there are childoffenders, still on death row.

Children are being hanged to death.
A child will be hanged to death.
Poster amnesty.nl

No comments: