Wednesday, September 05, 2012

Iran: more September 5th, 2012

The spokesman of Iranian Judiciary told on September 3 to journalists that the health of Mir Hossein Musavi is fine.
Previous month Mousavi was treated at a coronary-care unit of a Tehran hospital reportedly after his blood vessels became blocked.

In Teheran began "Festival of Independent Film Makers".Blogger Azarmehr  blog wrote an entry asking if the gathered filmmakers in Tehran realize that Iranian filmmakers are not allowed to visit festivals abroad or even get imprisoned.
Seeing an Italian filmmaker wearing the mandatory hijab he writes why these so-called progressive women stand up for the right of women to wear the hijab, but they are always silent when it comes to defending the right of women not to wear the hijab.

Website Kaleme reports that imprisoned Abolfazl Ghadyani, 67 warned Egyptian President Morsi of the country’s return to a totalitarian era.
In a letter he warned about a repeat of the mistakes made following the Iranian Revolution.
Ghadijani, a member of reformist Islamic Revolution Organisation said that Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei is a “tyrannical ruler” who had made a mockery of concepts such as democracy and justice.
After serving his initial sentence of one year in prison after the 2009 presidential elections, Ghadyani was sentenced to an additional three years in prison on charges of “propaganda against the regime, insulting the President,” and “insulting the Supreme Leader.”

The French Ministry of Defense took measures to prevent Iranian agents, disguised as college students from taking part in a satellite contest.
An Iranian agent told that despite registering the proposal, the team was unable to take part in the contest due to objections raised by the French Arms Department.
source: freedomessenger

Cartoon 18


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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