Friday, May 25, 2012

Iran: more, May 25, 2012

Wednesday the Kurdistan Press Agency reported that Branch1 of the Revolutionary Court of Khoy convicted five Iranian Kurds to 46 years in prison for their alleged ties to Kurdish opposition groups.
The names of the five men, all residents of Maku in West Azerbaijan: Mostafa Armin, Mousa Hatefi, Saeed Derayat, Ali Marhamati and Vali Balkhanloo
The five were arrested one year ago. According to local reports, one of them, Vali Balkhanloo was tortured to death just days after his arrest.The news of his death has not yet been made public.

The Iran Human Rights Documentation Centre received an update on the condition of Mohammad Seddigh Kaboudvand who is on a hungerstrike since May 14 in ward 350 of Evin Prison. May 17 he broke of his hungerstrike following the promises of the judiciary and Evin prison authorities to consider his requests for leave to visit his ill son.
Kaboudvand is in prison since July 2007.He was convicted and sentenced to more than 10 years’ imprisonment for founding the Human Rights Organization of Kurdistan.
source: IHRDC

For the sixteenth time is Bandar Abbas’s dervishes weblog”, one of the oldest weblogs of the Gonabadi derwishes in Iran filtered.
The administrator from the blog told a reporter of Majzooban that news from the derwishes has been tried to boycot for years because they want to hide the cruelties and repression of Iranian people, especially from religious dissidents.As derwishes are inspired by the Sufi School they always insisted on enforcement of fair law and realize the national rights, and will continue and be more determined than before .
source: freedomessenger

Human Rights Activists News Agency reported that imprisoned blogger and humanrightsactivist Hossein Ronaghi Maleki started a hungerstrike.He is in very bad health because of the fact that his right kidney also is not functioning properly.


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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