Thursday, April 29, 2010

Iran: planned

The labor-unions in Iran published a joint resolution in which they among other things say that prohibition of celebration of this day in Iran is in effect, and many organizing workers of the May 1388/2009 event have been convicted and imprisoned and subjected to heavy sentences.
They also say that in three decades after the 1979 revolution, the minimum wage has been reduced to a quarter below the poverty line and lack of timely payment of these wages and the firing of masses of workers, temporary contracts, have imposed hellish conditions on millions of workers families.
They protest against the circumstances since last Labor Day , since the masses in Iran have been exposed to suppression of their rights.
the resolution is undersigned by
Syndicate of Workers of Tehran and Suburbs Bus Company
Syndicate of Workers of Haft Tappeh Sugar Cane Company
Liberties Union of Workers
Staff of Open Metalwork and Mechanics Union
Inaugurated Board of the Syndicate of Painters
Association of Kermanshah Electrical Workers and Metalworks
Committee in Pursuit of Free Trade Associations
Coordination Committee for the Creation of Labor Organizations
Association for the Defense of Dismissed and Unemployed Turpentine Workers
Women’s Council
source: persian2english

The May 1 program.

Iran has increased pressure on teachers over their union and social activities ahead of
Teachers Day on May 2.
The head of the Teachers union Ali Akbar Baghani, and spokesman Mohammad Beheshti Langarudi are reported to have been arrested after they were summoned to appear at the ministry of intelligence.
Recently teacheractivists in Tabriz and Tehran were arrested and warned not to protest.
In the past days are two teachers in Kermanshah fined and three other teachers in Hamedan were arrested.
An activist in Tehran told that several blogs and websites focused on teachers' issues have been blocked.
Earlier this week the Coordinating Council of the Teachers Trade Unions called for a hungerstrike in Teachers Week from May2-8 to protest the prison sentences and death penalties handed out to teachers.
Four teachers are reported to have been jailed in recent months and at least one teacher Farzad Kamangar, is facing the death penalty.

Imprisoned ayatollah Boroujerdi is recently foltered and is in isolated detention.
He was allowed to make a short phonecall in which he told that he has been threathened with amputation of his hands when he told about the torture.
April 22 he was beaten and transferred to an unknown location after a protest about the circumstances for inmates.
source: Democratic Republic of Iran

Suntanned women in Tehran who are violating the islamic dresscode will, according to the policechef be arrested and detained.
Brig.Hossien Sajedinia says that the national crackdown on opposition sympathisers would be extended to women who have been deemed to be violating the spirit of Islamic laws.
He says that the public expects this.
In recent weeks a cleric said that women who dressed immodestly disturbed young men and the consequent agitation caused earthquakes.
Another cleric warned Tehran's citizens to flee before the inevitable punishment for flagrant behaviour was visited on the city.

anonymous Iran

enduring america

Iran in the worldpress

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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