Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Iran: some

The site radio nederland wereldomroep publishes little videoos, asking attention for political prisoners abroad.
One of these prisoners is Iranian/Dutch Abdullah Al-Mansouri, who is detained in Iran since 2006.
He is the chairman and president of the Ahwaz Liberation Organization (ALO). The Ahwazi Arabs are a ethnic minority in Iran.
ALO strives to independency for Ahwaz Arabs. Al-Mansouri was sentenced to 30 years in prison in a closed trial.
It is still unclear where he has been imprisoned.
Since May 2006 a delegation from the Dutch Foreign Minister managed to speak to him only once.
In this video an interview with his son Adnan.

The site Only Democracy4Iran reports that the Human Rights and Democracy Activists in Iran say that Iranian/Dutch Zahra Bahrami was arrested on Ashura, December 27, 2009 and since then is isolated in Ward 209 of Evin prison.
During this time she was not allowed to have any visitors and her family was threathened not reveal any news about her.
She is one of the many unknown prisoners held in Ward 240, 209 and 2a.
The main charge against Zahra Bahrami is that she has acted against the national security of Iran. No laywer has been assigned to defend her case.
Human Rights and Democracy Activists in Iran has informed following organizations on the imprisonment of Zahra Bahrami:: High Commissioner for Human Rights, Human Rights Commission, Europe Union, Amnesty International, Speciale Rapporteur on arbitrary arrests and women of the United Nations, Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
An open letter to send to foreign minister Maxime Verhagen is on the site of Onlydemocracy4iran.

Advarnews reports that Hossein Mojahed, the secretary-general of Hamedan Civil Society Party is convicted to 1 year in prison.
Masoumeh Cheraghi, Javad Vafaei and Peyman Ziraki
, three other members of the council of the party were sentenced to 6 months in prison each.
source: RAHANA

April 22 Kurdish activist Habibollah Golparipour is sentenced to death by a revolutionary court in Mahabad. He was arrested 6 months ago.
According to Human Rights Activists News Agency he was, among other things, charged with "enmity with god through propagandistic activities" and 'membership in an opposition group'.

Mir Hossein Mousavi and Mehdi Karroubi both called to peaceful protest on June 12, the first anniversary of the election.
They also deplored the government’s economic policies, imprisonment of reformists.
Monday they had a meeting and talked together.

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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