Thursday, August 30, 2012

Iran: more August 30, 2012

The prisoner of conscience Mohammad Sadiq Kaboudvand who halted his wet hungerstrike after 60 days on July 27, told his familymembers on August 27 that he will start a hungerstrike and will not break it again.
Authorities told him that if he breaks his hunger strike they would review his request for furlough to be with his sick son.
This was not allowed. They also said that they would send him to a hospital for treatment if he broke his hunger strike, it didn’t happen. He has physical problems and kidneypain. Since 2007 he has not had a single day of furlough.

The Daily Brief wrote that Mohammad Tavokoli was severely beaten when plainclothed men wanted to arrest him and other members of the Kurdish Teachers Associations.

Iran Human Rights Documentation Center IHRDC published visit to the NAM conference by UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon in Tehran, from the perspective of Payam Akhavan, co-founder of IHRDC.

Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei said that Iran will never give up its right to develop nuclear energy, but that the Islamic republic has never sought to make nuclear arms.
At the opening of a summit of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM), Khamenei said: "Our motto is nuclear energy for all, and nuclear weapons for none."


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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