Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Iran: transfers

In the prison of Hamedan is October 6th a man hanged.
The man Taher H. was sentenced for drugstrafficking.

Four people were transferred to solitary cells for executions in the prison of Isfahan.
Normally the executions take place one day after the transfer to the solitary cell. In Isfahanprison, executions take place on Tuesdays.
The names of the men are Ali Ziaee (22), Naghib Alemi (26, Afghan citizen), Nasrollah Heydari (30) and Hamid heydari (29).
It is not known what they are convicted of.

GlobalVoicesOnline writes that former member of parliament Ahmad Shirzad wrote(fa) that the Iranian ministry of information banned several students from study at universities.
He regrets that the ministry of science has given such permission to Iranian security services.

Adnkronos writes that Kurdish feminist and journalist, Neghin Sheikholeslami, has been arrested in Tehran. She is the fourth Kurdish female activist to be imprisoned in Iran. No charges have yet been made against her.
She is one of the founders of the Azar Mehr feminist association, which is especially active in Iranian Kurdistan.

The woman rights activists and members of the OneMillionSignaturescampaign Ronak Safarzadeh, Hana Abdi, en Fatemeh Goftari, who are imprisoned in the prison of Sanandaj,were transferred to solitary confinement and lost their visiting rights for 3 weeks.

The daily Kayhan reports that imports of basic materials, food and drink products made in China, in which milk has been used as an ingredient, are banned.
The health ministry published a statement.
Four children died in China and thousands got ill, due to contamination of babymilk by added melamine (which normally is used to fabricate plastics).

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

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