Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Iran: writing is combining words

According to Amir Kabir Newsletter, the arrested students of the Teacher Training School, unit Karaj Mohammad Sharifi, Amin Arya and Sivan Farokhzadi,are released based on a recognition of guarantors.
The students were among a group of students who protested in the Teacher Training School (Karaj unit) to student-related issues, for which school authorities promised that none of the participating students would be prosecuted.
However, school authorities broke their promises and more than 40 students were to appear before disciplinary committees and, many of the students were arrested.

GlobalVoicesOnline writes that Iranian blogger Mojtaba Saminejad,who was arrested various times for reporting about arrested bloggers in Iran and was detained for 20 months, used google-earth to show his prison in Iran.

The British charge d'affaires in Tehran has been summoned to Iran's foreign ministry over the recent arsonattack on the Iranian embassy in London.
Mondaynight the door of the embassy was damaged by a Molotowcocktail.
Nobody got hurt, the police is investigating the case.

Former president of Iran Mohammad Khatami said to members of the Coordination Council of Reforms Front that the reason he did not announce his decision to run for presidency yet, is the fact he still considers how his presence in the elections can impact the current trend.
Khatami also asked the members of the reformists camp not to insist on nominating a particular candidate as a representative of the whole front.
Another prominent reformist politician and former parliament speaker Mehdi Karroubi said that he would soon announce his final decision about running in the election.
Karroubi thinks that the reformist alliance needs to nominate a single candidate. He also says that this decision must be made in a general, after various reformist parties or groups have introduced their candidates, started their campaigns and evaluated their chances.
Iran's presidential election will be held on June 12, 2009.

In Iran there are childoffenders, still on death row.

Children are being hanged to death.
A child will be hanged to death.

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