Thursday, July 08, 2010

Iran: reporting

The spokesman of International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran says that Iranian authorities refuse to give proper medical care to prisoners of conscience and subject them to dangerous unhealthy prison conditions.
More then 100 post-election prisoners are held inside Ward 350 of Evin prison, among them Zia Nabavi, Peyman Karimi Azad, Hamze Karami and Majid Tavakoli.
The journalist Abdolreza Tajik is arrested June 12 and since then there is still no news.
source:, RAHANA

The son of Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani who is sentenced to death by stoning, Sajjad Ghader-zade, 22, wrote a letter, thanking all for the support of his mother and with critical questions for the Islamic Republic.
source: persian2english

Shahnaz Ranjbar, a Baha’i resident of Qaem Shahr, who was arrested June 7, has been released against bail on June 27.
source: RAHANA

Mahmoud Beheshti Langeroudi, spokesman of Teachers Trade Union is July 4 released against a bail from $50.000.
Ali Akbar Baghani and Esmaeil Abdi, were released at July 2.
Nothing is known about Mokhtar Asadi and Mahmoud Bagheri, who were arrested on June 28.
Rasoul Bodaghi had his trial session on July 4. He is detained since September 2009.
source: RAHANA

Many Iranians fled to Turkey after the presidential election.
More then 2300 refugees have applied to the UN High Commission for Refugees for asylum in Turkey. Turkey tolerates, but hardly welcomes these dissidents.
An article can be read here.

Some newspapers report that Iran may ban tourists from traveling to UAE.
This in reaction to mistreatment of the Iranian nationals by the UAE officials.

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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