Friday, July 20, 2012

Iran: punishment July 20 2012

On July 19 were 2 men hanged in public.
In Shiraz was A.T. hanged for rape and murder.
In Zahedan was an unnamed man hanged for murdering Gholamhossein Jafari, a commander of the revolutionary guards.

USA urges harborauthorities to be on extra watch that no Iranian vessels flying false flags or sailing under fraudulent registrations.
Treasury Department said Thursday that Irans stateshipping line, IRISIL, was caught operating vessels with altered registrationnumbers to avoid the sanctions.
Friday the price for oil dropped  in Bangkok to $92.
The American government said Iran is developing a plan to disrupt international oiltrade, including attacks on oilplatforms and tankers.

The official deadline for closing Camp Ashraf in Iraq is July 20.
The UN Special Representative for Iraq, said to the Security Council that 1,200 members of the People's Mujahedeen of Iran despite an agreement to move, stay in Camp Ashraf.

Since the head of Iran’s Defenders of Human Rights Center, Narges Mohamadi was admitted to a hospital eleven days ago, she has had no contact with her family.
There are unconfirmed reports that Narges Mohammadi was severely beaten ring clashes between prisoners in Zanjan prison.


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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