Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Iran: thoughts

Iran blames the ongoing infection of thousands of machines with the Stuxnetvirus to by UN imposed sanctions.
Because of international sanctions, the country could not buy antivirus software. Reportedly the Stuxnetinfection has set back nuclear development in Iran by five years.
Meanwhile Brigadegeneral Gholamreza Jalali said: "security in cyberspace can not be protected by the use of the tools of the enemy. Hardware, software and protocols which are used by the enemies in cyberspace, have been developed and are not against using them, so we gather this knowledge itself. "
The minister of Information and Communication Technology, said that no foreign securitysoftware will be imported, but that Iran will develop its own software.
source: security.nl, news.techeye.net

The passport of Iranian journalist Mohammad Rahbar has been seized by the Embassy of the Islamic Republic in Malaysia. The reason is to stop Rahbar from publishing reports on issues related to the Supreme Leader and the boycott of the upcoming parliamentary elections.
source: banouyesabz.wordpress.com

In answer to why it is impossible for women in Iran to become a judge a top cleric said that women are made for the upbringing of children and that these feelings and love are dangerous for judgment because the judge deals with criminals. The lack of resolve and firmness, the delicate and vulnerable feelings of women will lead to injustice.
According to another cleric humanrights are not scientific,but based on modern ignorance because lack of religious foundation.
He also said that if they introduce the resistance of Hezbollah as terrorism, do not be surprised because they know justice to be what they interpret it to be.
source: freedonessenger

Security agents in Kurdistan arrested 24 people for smuggling fireworks.
According to the head of police the enemies try to create insecurity in the country, especially via using smugglers to bring in dangerous fireworks under the excuse of the Feast of Fire.
source: freedomessenger


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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