Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Iran: further November 28th 2012

The humanrightscommittee of UN has criticised the continuing use of torture in Iran in a resolution. The resolution also expresses concern at restrictions on candidates in the 2012 parliamentary elections and strongly urges the government to ensure free presidential elections in 2013.
The resolution will take a final vote next month.

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has been hacked causing the names of more then 100 experts posted on a hackerwebsite called Parastoo.

11 Bahais were in Mashhad convicted to six months in prison.
Their names are: Fataneh Hajipour, Navid Nabili, Ezatallah Ahmadian, Negin Ahmadian, Shazad Khalili, Naghmeh Zabihian, Negar Malekzadeh, Behnaz Hadadzadeh, Horiyeh Mohseni, Arman Mokhtari, shayan Tafzali.
Horiyeh Mohseni Negar Malekzadeh and Negin Ahmadian were convicted to a fine of 300,000 Tomans for possessionveroordeeld voor het bezit van een satellietschotel en toebehoren.

Iranian police accepts partial responsibility for the dead of blogger Sattar Beheshti.
The policechief of Tehran said that it was negligence that he was prescribed sedative drugs by the prison’s health center and he was not allowed to take them and negligence he was kept at an administrative section,  if he had been held at the detention center, monitoring cameras would have recorded the incidents there.

The husband of Nasrin Sotoudeh said that her physical condition is alarming bad.
She is in a hungerstrike since October 17th.

Omid Behroozi, Afshin Karampour, Farshid Yadollahi and Amir Aslani 4 Gonabadi derwishes lawyers are denied medical treatment allthough they suffer bad physical conditions.
They are imprisoned in Evin prison.


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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