Friday, January 02, 2009

Iran: criticism

In the prison of the city of Arak is December 30 one man hanged.
Fars newsagency said that the man was convicted for drugstrafficking.

GlobalVoicesOnline reports that the daily Kargozaran is closed because they published a critical statement about Palestinian militants.
Kargozaran is a reformist newspaper that has been a frequent target of attack from rival hardline media over its content.
The published article was a statement of studentsmovement Office to Consolidate Unity (Tahkim Vahdat) that condemned both Israel and terrorist groups that take refuge in hospitals and schools.

Shirin Ebadi said that dozens of protesters gathered outside her house, shouting slogans which accused her of the American and Israelian crimes.
The police came after 30 minutes but before they left the protesters wrote graffity on the walls and tore down the sign of her office.

An article in ITexaminers says that there is an increase of hackers on Israelian websites.
Applicure Technologies says these are hackers from various organizations in Iran, whose goals are crashing as many websites as possible in Israel.
During the Israelian war with Lebanon, hackers were mostly from Morocco.
During the Russian war with Georgie Russian hackers hacked the website of the Georgian Foreign Ministry.

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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