Tuesday, November 01, 2011

Iran: money

European parliamentarians het warned Monday for a looming humanitarian catastroph in Camp Ashraf in Iraq. 3400 people live here.These are members of Irans forbidden oppositional group People’s Mujahedeen Organisation of Iran (PMOI). After the Iran/Iraq war was this camp made 30 years ago and came under USA supervision, but in 2009 the mandate was given back to Iraq.
In April were 34 people killed in a raid from Iraq on camp Ashraf. Iraq is also accused of pyschological warfare on residents.
source: freedomessenger

Tehran Times writes that an Iranian parlementary committee has held the Economy and Finance Minister, his deputy, and several managers at the Central Bank and other banks responsible for the billion bank fraud.
source: freedomessenger

October 31 gathered dozens of dairymanufacturers in front of the Ministry of Industries and Business and protested against the failure to allocate the subsidies to the manufacturers. The debt is approximately $170,000,000 owed to dairy products manufacturers.
source: freedomessenger

Kurdish activist Mohammad Ghavami is convicted to 1 year in prison, suspended for 5 years.
Labor activist Kourosh Bakhshandeh is also convicted to 1 year in prison, suspended for 5 years.
Campaign activist for Karroubi, Parviz Shahpar was also convicted to 1 year in prison.
source: HRHI


In Iran there are childoffenders, still on death row.

Children are being hanged to death.
A child will be hanged to death.
Poster amnesty.nl

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