Monday, May 10, 2010

Iran: prisoners

After Sundays execution of five people were in London and Paris protestdemos held at Iranian embassies.
At least 25 people were arrested. In Toronto and Washington are protests planned for today.
International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran condemns the executions.
The families and lawyers were not informed.
Currently are at least 16 Kurds and 11 post-election protestors sentenced to death.
They all are in imminent danger to be executed unannounced and sudden.
The sixteen other Kurdish prisoners are: Zeinab Jalilian, Habibollah Latifi, Shirkoo Moarefi, Hussein Khazri, Rostam Arkia, Mostafa Salimi, Anvar Rostami, Rashid Akhkandi, Mohammad Amin Agooshi, Ahmad Pooladkhani, Seyed Sami Husseini, Seyed Jamal Mohammadi, Hasan Talei, Iraj Mohammadi, Mohammad Amin Abdollahi and Ghader Mohammadzadeh.
The nine protestors are: Mohammad-Amin Valian, Jafar Kazemi, Mohammad Ali Aghaee, Abdolreza Ghanberi, Motahareh Bahrami, Mohsen Daneshpour, Ahmad Daneshpour, Rayhaneh Haj Ebrahim, Hadi Ghaemi.
source: International Campaign for human rights in Iran

The sentences of Feyzollah Arab-Sorkhi, Haleh Sahabi and Mehdi Kalari who are sentenced to six years in prison, two years in prison plus paying monetary fine, and three years in prison plus paying monetary fine, respectively, was upheld in appeal.
source: RAHANA

Davood Soleimani, Rasoul Baddaghi, Heshatollah Tabarzadi, Mehdi Mahmoodian, Reza Rafiee Forooshani and Isa Saharkhiz are reportedly transferred from Evin prison to Karaj’s Rajaie-Shahr prison and other prisons.
source: RAHANA

anonymous Iran

enduring america

special edition iranelection

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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