Thursday, June 14, 2012

Iran: changed June 14, 2012

In the prison of Isfahan is June 13 a man hanged.
The man, Jomeh R. was charged with keeping of 9 kilograms and 950 grams morphine.
Iran Human Rights cannot confirm the charges.

Mostafa Tajzadeh, the imprisoned member of Hezbe Mosharekat (Participation Party) and the Sazemane Mojahedin Enghelab Eslami (Revolutionary Mojahedin of the Islamic Revolution) wrote on the third anniversary of Iran’s disputed presidential election of 2009,another letter to Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei in which he holds the ayatollah responsible for the events after the 2009 presidential vote and asks him to take responsibility.
Tajzadeh was deputy minister of the interior in the Khatami administration.

An article from New York Times about Iranian (male)society and women. For the ayatollahs who promote motherhood as a holy virtue, but also see higher education as a nationwide ambition, marriage is the only solution for the growing number of single women. Since the last decade women form 60% of the university population.
In the same period the number of divorces increased with 135%, leaving many men and women single.In the past, divorced women were condemned to lives of solitude, hidden away in their childhood bedrooms at their parents' houses, where society expected them to remain for the rest of their lives.
But the increase in broken marriages, combined with the higher wages that come with a university degree, is allowing many women to redefibe their lives


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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