Sunday, June 03, 2012

Iran: further June 3, 2012

The Education Assessment Office, a branch from the Education Ministry, published a list of areas of study that will no longer accept foreign nationals, as well as regions of Iran where foreign nationals such as Afghan immigrants are not allowed to reside.
Mehrnew published Friday the list which said that foreign nationals are barred from entering 14 Iranian provinces, also are foreign nationals residing in Mazandaran required to leave that province before July 13th.
The list shows that Afghan nationals are barred from residing in certain regions in another 12 provinces.Afghan nationals are only allowed to reside in the provinces of Tehran, Alborz and Qom.
Residents from Iraq are barred from settling in Kerman, Sistan-Baluchistan and North and South Khorasan.
Foreign nationals are also banned from studying nuclear physics, physics, nuclear engineering, information technology, aeronautics, petrochemical engineering, mining and several other fields related to aviation, navigation and military studies.
source: radiozamaneh

More then 400 activists issued a statement calling for the release of imprisoned writer, translator and womans rightsactivist Manijeh Najm Eraghi/
She was arrested last Sunday and transferred to Evinprison.
source: radiozamaneh

International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran reports that Kurdish humanrightsactivist Mohammad Seddigh Kaboodvand has once again started his hungerstrike on May 26, because he does not get a furlough to visit his sick son.
Earlier in May he also started a hungerstrike but halted this after officials said to agree his request.
Kabouvand is in bad health and is serving a prisonsentence of 10 years for founding the Kurdistan Defense of Human Rights Organization and 1 year for propaganda against the regime.
source: payvand,


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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