Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Iran: truths

October 13th is in the prison of the city of Isfahan a man hanged.
The man, Omid was convicted of murdering a man in February 2003.

Human Rights Watch published a statement at the beginning of the yearly three days of debate on the rights of the child saying that more than 300 nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) from 82 countries called on the UN General Assembly to take urgent action to end executions for crimes committed by children.
The vast majority of states enforce the absolute prohibition on the death penalty for individuals who committed crimes as children, in compliance with international law.
Five countries, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Pakistan and Yemen have carried out 32 of these executions since January 2005, and have well over 100 other juvenile offenders on death row.
The text and a list of the 305 groups which undersigned the petition can be read here.

IRNA reported Tuesday that during clashes between security forces and rebels in the past 24 hours, 10 members of a terrorist group were killed or wounded.
Brigadier General Bahram Norouzi of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps says that another 38 rebels had been killed or wounded over the past two months and that a large amount of weapons and ammunition was seized.
The most recently killed rebels were members of the group Jundullah (Soldiers of God). Jundullah was behind the kidnapping of 16 Iranian border policemen in June and claimed to have killed several of them.

ALO, Ahwaz Liberation Organization reported that the son of in Iran detained human rightsactivist Abdullah Al-Mansouri, Adnan, in 2007 during a public debate in Maastricht said that the Iranian government spreaded the HIV virus in the country, including in Ahwaz (Khuzestan).
Daily De Limburger reported:

"In the break of the debate he said that the AIDS blood comes from France and that the Ahwazi programs administered in hospitals, are controlled by Iran under the guise of donated blood. But he neither wanted to or could not explain his allegations."

Meanwhile it showed that the government of Iran indeed (blog 8-10-2008) has been accomplices in the spread of HIV through blood donor in the country, by importing in 1984 and 1985 with HIV contaminated blood donor from France.

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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