Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Iran: more, August 29, 2012

Experts say that tightening the economical sanctions in Iran hurt ordinary Iranians. The reason behind the sanctions is the nuclear crisis, but they don't see that.
The price of a liter milk increased by 14 percent in only four days.

Newsagency Daneshoo, which is run by regime-aligned students,reported on Monday that Gen. Salar Abnoush, commander of IRGC’s Saheb al-Amr unit said to volunteer trainees that Iran is involved in fighting every aspect of a war, a military one in Syria and a cultural one as well.
The comments couldn’t be independently verified.

Human Rights Watch said that the proposed amendments of the Penal Code in Iran would violate the rights of accused people and criminal defendants.
The iranian authorities should suspend enactment of the proposed amendments and undertake a major overhaul of the country’s abusive penal laws.
The report is named “Codifying Repression: An Assessment of Iran’s New Penal Code,” , 48 pages.

UN secretary-general Ban-ki-Moon is welcome in Tehran, but UN Special Rapporteur for human rights in Iran Ahmed Shaheed continues to await a visa to enter Iran.Since the mandate was first approved in March 2011, he was not allowed to enter the country.

A analysis of the practice of juvenile execution in Iran by human rights lawyer Mohammad Mostafaei through an examination of several case studies and exploration of relevant Iranian laws.


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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