Sunday, June 20, 2010

Iran: one year further

This morning has in Evinprison in Tehran, the leader of Jundullah been hanged.
Abdolmalek Rigi (26) was sentenced to death for moharebe, kidnapping, murder, armed robbery, propaganda against authorities and ties with foreign intelligence services and groups.
source: BBC,

Ebrahim Raisee, deputy head of the judiciary said that the Iranian judiciary has instructed judges and magistrate courts across the country to fully support the police operations aiming to crackdown on "bad hijabs" and all other symbols of social corruption.
source: RAHANA

The family of Azam Vasimeh has had no information of her for 10 days, and is very worried about her health.
According to the family she is suffering from stomach and heart problems.
Despite their requests, they have not been able to meet with Tehran Prosecutor.
source: RAHANA

June 28 will the courthearing from women rights activist Mahboubeh Karami be held in the revolutionary court.
Since March 3 she is detained and charged with participating in illegal gatherings and membership in the one million signature campaign.
She was already arrested on these charges 6x before and always been found to be innocent on these charges.
source: RAHANA

Dozens of workers of Sanandaj Dam went on strike to demand their unpaid wages.
Since December more then 300 workers did not receive their wages. At least 15 workers have been laid off without receiving any payment.
source: RAHANA,

One year after the death of Neda Agha Soltan, 27 is her murderer still not brought to justice by the Iranian judiciary.A video clip of her dying on the pavement as bystanders came to her aid, was circulated around the world, making her an icon of the protest movement.
The government denied allegations that the paramilitary Basij caused Neda's death and blamed, instead, a range of people and organizations including the BBC, CNN, the CIA, and even the doctor who rushed to Neda's aid when she was shot.
Amnesty International has renewed its call to Iran to install an independent committee to inquire the deaths and abuses that took place during and after the demonstrations, including an investigation into Neda's killing.
The Amnesty International report of June 2010 : Iran, from protest to prison: Iran one year after the election (AI Index Number: MDE 13/062/2010; 9 June 2010).

enduring america

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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