Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Iran: future

80 boutiques in Hamedan, selling Tanakora outfits, a martial arts style outfit, popular among youths in Iran, are shutdown by State Security Forces (SSF) on Monday.
Most of these shops were owned by elderly citizens.
Some of the shop owners resisting the shutdown, were arrested and transferred to prison.

BBC published a video-interview with the mother of Mostafa Naqdi, a minor who was sentenced to death for killing another boy when he was 15 year old.
Mohammad Mostafaie is the defending lawyer of 25 young people, all facing the death penalty.
The interview can be read here.

According to PressTV, ex-president Khatami said during a visit to Freiburg, Germany that he is not inclined to run for president in the next election in Iran.
But he added that one never knows what the future brings.

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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