Thursday, October 25, 2012

Iran: arrests October 25th, 2012

Humanrightslawyer and Nobelprize laureate Shirin Ebadi has reviewed the human rights situation in Iran in September-October 2012 in a report.
The website of Centre for the Defenders of Human Rights (CDHR) the report started by addressing the issue of early marriage of the girl child, in light of the recent proclamation by the United Nations to designate 11 October as the first International Day of the Girl Child.
Shirin Ebadi has not limited girls’ problems to the issue of early marriage; in her view their situation is even worse under the criminal law.

Incarcerated human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh, who is in hungerstrike since October 17th, has been transfered to the infirmary at Evinprison.
Her husband said that prior to the hungerstrike her health was that deteriorated that he asked her not to start a hungerstrike.

Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA) reported that after explosions in Chabahar, province Baluchistan several people were arrested. Among them are: Kheir Mohamad Naroui, Ghalandar Amiri, Mohamad Amin Amiri and the husband of Kheir Mohamad's sister.
source: freedomessenger

In Muchesh were 8 Sunni Kurds arrested after they were summoned to the policestation.
Their names are Ataollah Mohamadian, Asadollah Saed Mucheshi, Abedin Saed Mucheshi, Mehdi Saed Mucheshi, Ali Saed Panah, Fardin Saed Mucheshi, Saber Ayoubi and Hamed Awseti.
They all are member of Maktab Koran.
source: freedomessenger


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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