Friday, April 23, 2010

Iran: register

In the month Favardin (March 20 to April 20) were in Kurdistan 80 political or civil rights activists arrested, of which at least 8 members of religious minorities, 3 journalists, 2 students, 2 Kurdish activists en 2 political activists, while at least 100 people who were arrested last year, are still incarcerated.
April 2 were at least 30 environmental activists and their supporters arrested in Azerbaijan. Most of them were released.
Around 30 mourners were arrested during the funeral services of Ayatollah Montazari’s wife, Banoo Rabbani.
After a protest near the office of the governor in Sardasht, were 10 people arrested, from 5 of them remain the identities unknown.
The report (pdf)
source: RAHANA

Hossein Khezri, 28 and Zeynab Jalalian,27, both Kurds are sentenced to death for "moharebeh" because they are member of the Party for Free Life of Kurdistan.
Khezri is sentenced by the revolutionary court in Orumieh and is April 11 transferred from the prison in Orumieh to an unknown place.
Jalalian is sentenced to death in Kermanshah en has been transferred to Evinprison ward 209 early March.
Amnesty International calls for urgent action.

Two of the three in Iran jailed Americans are according to their mothers in bad health.
Sarah Shourd, who is alone in a cell, has a serious gynecological condition and is suffering from depression and Shane Bauer has stomach ailments.
The americans Sarah Shourd, Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal met Thursday diplomats of the Swiss embassy.
No further details were revealed.
source: AP

This film of Bahman Ghobadi was winning at Cannes. The film about the underground musicsce in Tehran, was made in 2009 without permission of the Iranian authorities.
Here the official trailer of the movie "No one knows about Persian Cats".


anonymous Iran

enduring america Because of flight-delays no prediction about update-time.

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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