Monday, September 24, 2012

Iran: filter September 24, 2012

IRNA wrote that on September in Shar-e-Tork, province Azerbaijan a man had been hanged in public.
The man. Reza M. was convicted for murder.

Elcin Hatami, a humanrights activist from Southern Azerbaijan wrote an article over IRGC’s role in stoking up ethnic strife and fueling ethnic tension between Iranians and Azeri Turks.

International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran has released a short video, for president Mahmoud Ahmadinejads visit in New York demonstrating and highlighting systematic cover-ups in human rights violations over the eight years of his presidency.

Mehdi Hashemi Rafsanjani, son of Akbar Rafsanjani arrived in Tehran on Sunday. He left Iran after the presidential elections in 2009 and lived 3 years in England.
Analysts suggest his father's political fortunes may be reviving.
source: reuters
Rferl reports that Hashemi Rafsanjani has been arrested.

Google and Gmail are filtered in Iran, in reaction to the antimoslim film. Fars newsagency did not indicate whether the filtering would be temporary or permanent.
Iran soon wants to close the world wide web and open its own "internet".
source:The Guardian


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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