Thursday, March 15, 2012

Iran: found

On March 14 the Gonabadi dervish, Kasra Nouri was rearrested in Shiraz on charges of interview with foreign Radio.
In January he was arrested also, but was released after 46 days after paying a bail of 50 million toman.

Satellitepictures of a building on Parchin site which The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) wants to visit, show there is a high-explosive testchamber.
The building is located on a relatively small and isolated compound within the Parchin military site and has its own perimeter security wall or fencing.

The pardon request of sentenced teacher Abdolreza Ghanbari has been denied by the Pardon Commission of Tehran Province Judiciary.
He was arrested immediate after the Ashuraprotests in December 2009 at his workplace and was tried in January 2010, without the knowledge of his family or access to a defense lawyer.
He was sentenced to death for “moharebeh" (enmity with god), through participation in the street gatherings on Ashura Day,” and “contact with enemy groups.”
Because of the rejection of his pardon request, once the head of the Judiciary issues his approval, Ghanbari may be executed at any moment.

In Azerbaijan were 22 people arrested on suspicion of plotting attacks on the U.S. and Israeli embassies in Baku in cooperation with Iranian Sepah.
According to Azerbaijan they were recruited from 1999 onwards and trained in the use of weapons and spy techniques at military camps in Iran.

BBC Persian Service has been the target of a cyberattack coming from Iran.
The director of Persian Service said that the internet attack coincided with efforts to jam two of the service’s satellite feeds into Iran.
Reporters Without Borders has also complained about Iran’s “cyber-army”.


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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