Wednesday, July 04, 2012

Iran: leave July 4, 2012

According to Iran Human Rights Documentation Center (IHRDC) a high bail was set for the temporary release of christian convert Mehrdad Sajjadi,.
May 24 he and his wife Forough Dashtianipour were arrested.
After a month of being held incommunicade a bail has been set of $90.000 for his temporary release.
His wife was released after 2 weeks at a bailsum of $80.000.

June 30, the dissident blogger and cleric Arash Honarvar Shojayee rwturned to EvinPrison after his temporary leave.
In an interview with International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran, he said that he will be put on trial on new charges of “propagating falsehoods with the intent to create public anxiety”.
He said that he developed epilepsy after he was severely beaten during interrogation.

Yesterday imprisoned journalist Nazanin Khosravani was allowed a temporary leave from prison.
Since March 2012 she serves a prisonterm of six years. She was convicted for gathering to disrupt national security and propagation against the state.

More than 60 percent of the respondents in an poll on the website said they were in favor of Iran stopping its uranium-enrichment program in return for the gradual removal of international sanctions.
The poll has been since removed and replaced by another poll.
At the time that RFERL/Radio Farda recorded, 63% were in favor of giving up uranium enrichment in return of the gradual removal of sanctions, 20% wanted retaliatory measure by closing the Strait of Hormuz and 18% was for resistance against the unilateral sanctions for preserving nuclear rights.
How many people responded to the poll is unknown.


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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