Sunday, April 18, 2010

Iran: sounds

March 31 I wrote that Dutch Foreign Minister Maxime Verhagen through Twitter confirmed that the arrest of Dutch-Iranian vicar Vahik Abramiyan is known by Dutch authorities.
Till now, nobody gave any further information.

The weekly Sokhan-e-Tazeh from Sirhan is banned after publication of an article with anti-establishment content critical of the regime’s highest authorities.
According to the prosecutor, the manager and the reporter who wrote the insulting article have been summoned to the prosecution’s office.
The office has been sealed.
The weekly was launched in 2005 in Sirjan by Batool Hashemi.
source: RAHANA

Sahand Ali Mohammadi, Bakhshali Mohammadi and Ebadollah Ghasemzadeh are of Yarsani faith.
Together with Yunes Aghayan and Mehdi Ghasemzadeh were arrested in September 2004 during armed clashes between security agents and Yarsaniresidents of the village Oj-Tapeh near Miyan-do-Ab. All 5 men were sentenced to death.
The deadsentences of Mohammadi, Mohammadi and Ghasemzadeh were reduced to 13 years in prison to be served in exile in Yazd prison, in November 2008 they were transported to Yazd.
The deadsentence of the other 2 men were upheld by the appeals court. Mehdi Ghasemzadeh was executed in March 2009 and Yunes Aghazadeh is currently on death row.
Judge Zareh of the Revolutionary Court in Yazd found the 3 Yarsani men guilty of insulting the Leader as well as agitating public opinion by writing a letter about their detention condition in Orumiyeh Prison.
They were sentenced to 2 ½ year prison terms in addition to their prior prison sentences.
source: RAHANA

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In Iran there are childoffenders, still on death row.

Children are being hanged to death.
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