Friday, November 28, 2008

Iran: standstill

Daily Kayhan reported Thursday that in the city of Boroujerd a man, Mohammad B. was hanged.
No further details were given.

According to a rapport of rooz online (fa) has the Supreme Couurt in Fars province approved the verdict of death by stoning for Afsaneh for adultry and murdering her husband.
A man, Reza is sentenced to 15 years in prison for assistance in the murder and 100 lashes for extramarital relationship with Afsaneh.

The National Council of Resistance in Iran wrote that a couple of hundred strikers from Kiyan-Tire tyrefactory in Tehran gathered in front of Cooperation Ministry to protest of not getting paid.
The last seven months have the strikers not been paid.Almost 7000 familymembers of the striking workers are in economic disaster with winter just around the corner in Iran.
The authorities in the Ministry called in the State Security Forces (SSF) to remove the strikers.
Together with the strike of the 5000 workers of Sugar Cane factory in Shoose, these are the longest strikes for unpaid salaries since last year.

With a joint statement announced political and cultural activists and Arab students from the city of Ahwaz their support for the Arab journalist and researcher Yousef Azizi-Banitaraf.
The Islamic Revolutionary Court convicted Azizi to a prisonterm of 5 years.
He was arrested 3 months after he held a number of interviews and discussed possible reasons and motives behind the unrest which ocurred in april in Khuzestan province.
After his arrest he spent 64 days in solitary confinement.
He was charged with attempts against national security and fueling the unrest in Ahwaz.

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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