Thursday, February 23, 2012

Iran: because

Iranian police warned for chaos at the parlementary elections of March 2nd.
More then 2,700 of 4,877 registered candidates were approved by the Guardian Council.
Police is ready to prevent chaos.
Iran has begun blocking internet and e-mail services.
source:, freedomessenger

The ministry of culture in Iran removes all Sufipoetry from Iranian music. In a surge of 3 years the ministry censored Iranian traditional music and verses.
The famous Persian epic Khosraw and Shirin by Nizami Ganjavi, had some of its verses removed by Iranian officials.
The poetry of the grand Persian Sufi poets, such as Hafez al-Shirazi and “Mawlana” Jalal al-Din al-Rumi, formed the basis of Iranian folk song for hundreds of years.
source: freedomessenger

In a letter to prisonauthorities wrote Mehdi Khazali who is in hungerstrike that in the event that he dies while in prison and as a result of his hunger strike any autopsy or forensic examination take place only at the hand of medical examiners associated with International Organizations.
He referred to the death of activist and journalist Hoda Saber who died at Evin prison after he launched a hunger strike and died because he did not receive adequate and timely medical attention.

The last two days were in Sanandaj and Mashhad more thenn 220 people arrested.
Website Kordpa reports that in Hassanabad, a suburb of Sanandaj 35 people were arrested in a house by agents of the intelligence ministry.
Last week more then 20 members of Chelchameh Mountain Climbing Club were arrested as they returned from a climbing trip.
Yesterday Fars reported that security agents in Mashhad arrested 185 people.


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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