Saturday, September 22, 2012

Iran: pri(c)ze Se22, 2012

Detained studentactivist Majid Tavakoli, won the 2013 Student Peace Prize.
The announcement coincides with the United Nations International Day of Peace.
The text of the announcement is here.
At this moment is Majid Tavakoli detained in Rajaei Shahr Prison.

Human Rights Watch urged Iran to to lift restrictions on women attending university and enrolling in certain academic fields.
36 universities in Iran have banned women from 77 different majors, including accounting, counseling, and engineering, for this school year.
source: reuters

An anonymous source told AlArabya that Supreme Leader Khamenei ordered the Qods Forces of Iran Revolutionary Guard to stop their activities worldwide, especially in Africa and Latin America, and to focus on the neighboring countries.
The source said that the Supreme Guide fears a possible military strike against Tehran, on the one hand, and the grave financial effects of the international sanctions against Iran, on the other.
Joint Staff J-2 of the Pentagon says that the frequency of cyberattacks from Iran have increased. Recently there was a major cyber attack on a major U.S. financial institution that a military intelligence report said is a sign Tehran is waging covert war against the West.
For the first time, Iran’s highest-ranking military official has tied the reappearance of the last Islamic messiah to the regime being prepared to go to war based on ideology.
Defense Minister Ahmad Vahidi said according to Mashregh news, which is run by the Revolutionary Guards, that wiith having the treasure of the holy Defense, Valayat and martyrs, Iran is ready for a big war.
Shiietes believe that at the end of time great wars will take place, and Imam Mahdi, the Shi’ites’ 12th imam, will reappear and kill all the infidels, raising the flag of Islam on the world.


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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