Saturday, May 19, 2012

Iran: more May 19, 2012

Website Melli-Mazhabi reports that the head of the Centre for Human Rights Defenders of Iran, Nargess Mohammadi is brought from the infirmery of Evin prison to Zanjan prison.
May 8 Mohammadi was visited by her family. c It is reported that she is being interrogated regarding unspecified new charges that have not been communicated to her lawyer.

By switching flags, companies and documents an Iranian oiltanker passed the international sanctions made to Syria. Documents obtained by the Financial Times, show that a vessel from the Islamic Republic International Shipping Lines, sailed from Syria to the Gulf of Oman and then Iran, using different flags and changing owners.
Evidence of the cooperation between the two countries comes as industry experts note a marked increase in the use of so-called ‘flags of convenience’ fluttering on Iranian-owned oil tankers.

An international humanrights organization reported on Friday that May 20 will a trial hold against six Ahwazi-Arabs from Khalafabad in Khuzestan province. The men are imprisoned a year ago and there are fears that they will not receive a fair trial and may be at risk of torture.
They were arrested in their houses in February and March 2011. At least four of them were denied access to a lawyer for at least eight months after arrest.
According to the reports of Amnesty International their names are Mohammad Ali Amouri, blogger, Rahman Asakereh, teacher, Hashem Sha’bani Amouri, teacher, Hadi Rashidi, teacher, Sayed Jaber Alboshoka and his younger brother Sayed Mokhtar Alboshoka.

President Ahmadinejad told IRNA that he would like to go beside the Iranian athletes to the Olympics in London but that Britain has “a problem” with him being there.
The English foreign ministry , said only: We don’t comment on individual cases.


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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