Monday, July 30, 2012

Iran: following July 30, 2012

Groups of men and women gathered Sunday near the patliament to protest the cuts in subsidies and loose of their workplaces due to economical sanctions and governmental decisions.
source: freedomessenger

A member of parliament said that Iran may face a shortage in wheat for bakeries because large parts of this year’s harvest has been sold to livestock farmers.
Wheat farmers have been forced to sell their harvest to livestock farmers in order to make up for their expenses.
The government only pays 420 touman a kilo, while each kilo costs wheatfarmers 500 toumans.The country also suffers a lack of rain.
source: radiozamaneh

Crude oil imports in Japan rose with 60% from May.
This is because refiners ramped up loadings before a halt in oil flows this month due to the imposition of sanctions on the Middle Eastern country.
Meanwhile Ayatollah Khamenei said that crude oilsales in  the country   are a trap and it was important that the country reaches a point where it could easily shut down its oil wells.
source: iranfocus

Humanrightsabuse report


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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