Sunday, July 25, 2010

Iran enumeration

At a blast in a petrochemical factory on Khark Island in Persian Gulf are 4 people killed.
Reports say that high pressure in the central boiler led to an explosion.

Thursday is the Iranian academic and former professor of Tehran University Baghaollah Vossough murdered in Vienna.
Vossaugh, a Bahai, fled Iran in 1979 and lived in Austria since.
He is the author of the book "Five Hundred Years of Austria-Persian Relations" .
source: radio Zamaneh

Hossein Ronaghi Maleki, Seyyed Ahmadreza Ahmadpour, Zeynab Bayazidi, Arjang Davoudi and Reza Joshan are political prisoners who went in hungerstrike to protest pressures imposed to them in prison and violation of their primary rights, during the past few days.
source: HRHI

Duitsland has granted asylum to 50 dissident Iranians, who fled their country after the presidential election last year.
Most of the refugees are journalists and others who were critical of Iran's government.
Already 12 people have arrived in Gwrmany. Initially Germany wanted only 20 asylumseekers, but raised the number after criticism from Germany's Iranian expatriate community and the rights advocates Reporters Without Borders.

17 religious minorities, 15 Kurdish citizens and activists, 3 Azeri citizens and activists, 4 students, 4 student activists, 1 labor rights activist and 44 citizens have been detained during the time period of June 22, 2010 through July 22, 2010.
source: HRHI

enduring america

weekly updates

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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