Saturday, July 17, 2010

Iran: questioning

In the Central Prison van Orumieh are July 15, 5 men hanged.
According to Mokrian News Agency, their names are Feisal Saedi, Karam Azizi, Omid Nourani, Abdolrahman Rendi and Ali Sareban.
They were convicted for drugssmuggle.
source: RAHANA

The Office of Business Administration in Shiraz recently invited the employed citizens in the city who are affiliated with the Baha’i faith, and questioned them.
These questions were illegal and are outside the scope of its responsibilities.
The questions include personal information regarding the business licensee, his family and his relatives, his income, his tangible property, his travelling history, and their relatives living abroad. They also asked for a copy of the birth certificate and the Melli Card of the business licensee and his family.
The reasons for the questions are unknown and there is great concern that these information may lead to serious problems for the Baha’i citizens.

After spending 53 days in isolation is Behrouz Javid Tehrani July 14 transfered to ward 1 of Rajai Shahr prison ( Gohardasht prison). He spent eight days on hunger strike while in solitary confinement.

Branch 54 of the Appeals Court upheld the 6 years sentence to prison for Salman Sina, member of Advare Tahkim Vahdat.
This sentence is related to his activities in university between 2002 and 2007.
In november 2009 and June 2010 he was also arrested. July 5th he is released.
Sima has a separate judicial case in court for the charges of “Disrupting public order and attending illegal gatherings” and “collusion and conspiracy.
source: persian2english

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weekly podcast 15-20 july about humanrights issues of International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran.

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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