Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Iran: more October 17th, 2012

Yesterday Hojat-ol-Islam Ahmad Ghabel, Muslim Shia cleric, Iranian theologian and seminary lecturer, researcher and author and most notably a prominent Iranian dissident died in hospital.
The last time he was arrested was last year when he exposed the secret mass executions at Vakilabad prison in Mashhad.

The fate of 11 prisoners who are sentenced to death, is unknown.
Justice for Iran, Iran Human Rights and Iran Human Rights Documentation Center expressed in a joint statement their concern over Saeed Sedighi, Abbas Namaki, Mohammad Ali Rabiei, Hamid Rabiei, Ali Darvish, and 6 other prisoners.October 13 they were scheduled to be executed, the execution has been postponed and the prisoners are currently being held in Ward 7 of Evin prison. No one has been in direct contact with the prisoners.

DEBKAfile reported that Iran all of its enrichmentcentrifuges has transferred to an underground Fordo site near Qom.
Shortly before European Union foreign ministers approved toughened sanctions in Brussels Monday, 15 Oct. Iran succeeded to install the last four clusters of 174 centrifuges each inside in “Fordo’s B Chamber”.

According to Majzooban Noor, a site affiliated with the Nematollah Gonabadi Sufi Order, is Alireza Rosham, a member of this order, in appeal sentenced to one year in prison.

Saturday is former studentactivist at Allameh Tabatabaei University Nasim Soltan Beigi reported at Evinprison to serve her three-yearprisondentence. She had worked as an environmental and urban reporter for various newspapers and publications.
Prior to her departure to Evin she wrote on her Facebookpage.


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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