Thursday, April 12, 2012

Iran: pressure

Reporters without Borders demands the immediate release of Mohammad Solimaninya, an internet and social network expert, who has been arrested 3 months ago and according to the information of RSF, is being pressured to work with the government on the creation of a “National Internet.”
He ran u24, a social networking website  that had  thousands of users. He also created and hosted the websites of many Iranian civil society organizations, NGOs and others. Currently he is detained in ward 209 of Evinprison.

The activist and member of National Front Kourosh Zaim, 72 has been sentenced to three years in prison after judges found him guilty of acting against national security and spreading propaganda against the Islamic republic.
He had given a radiointerview to radio Farda in 2011.

report about persecution of Kurds.

Podcast 48 Underground rock with Arash Sobhani, Pooya Hosseini, and Arash Farazman.


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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