Sunday, June 24, 2012

Iran: before and after June 24 2012

According to Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), Iranian authorities have denied imprisoned human rights activist Jafar Eghdam the right to a medical leave. Eghdam is detained in hall 12 of Rejai Shahrprison and suffers from a rare neurological syndrome, is close to the point of the complete paralysis of his body.
Eghdam is convicted to 10 years in prison for participating in a ceremony at Khavarancemetary.

Following the execution of 4 Ahwaz-arabs on June 21, were 15 people arrested.
Their names are:
1- Nasser Bavi, 27, son of Habib, 2 children
2- Mansour Bavi, 22, married
3- Reza Bavi, 19,
4- Esmaeil Dehimi, 23, son of Javad
5- Rahim Silavi, 38, 6 children and has been arrested twice before
6- Ali Haydari, son of Shaye
7- Mohamad Haydari, son of Shaye
8- Jasem Haydari, son of Shaye
9- Hossein Haydari, son of Shaye
10- Kazem Haydari, son of Mohamad
11- Hakim Haydari, son of Mohamad
12- Razi Sailavi, 38, poet
13- Naser Haydari
14- Adel Haydari
15- Jomeh Haydari, 45, 5 children


About half of Iranians are under the age of 25. In tampa.bay is a report of a trip in Iran along the Caspian Sea.


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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