Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Iran: rules November 27, 2012

UK based Sunday Times reported that Israeli intelligence satellites showed that Iran Fajr-5 rockets shipped through Sudan to the Gaza Strip.
The report said that Iran began preparing the weapons shipment around the same time Israel and Hamas negotiated a cease-fire late last week.
source: iranbriefing.net

Iranian cyberpolice arrested Omid Dehdarzadeh last Sunday in Ahwaz.
He was previously arrested and convicted for acting against national security, to six-month suspended jail, 75 lashes for “insulting government officials” and was fined at least 10 million rials for “resisting arrest.”
source: iranbriefing.net

The ministerie van Guidance Monday shut down Maghreb daily after a cartoon of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad appeared on the front page of its November 22 issue.
Until the Press Supervisory Board decides, the paper stay closed.
source: radiozamaneh.com

The Census Organization says that young couples should marry younger to a better structure of the population.
Because people marry at a later age they usually end up making do with only one child. The head of Census Instituut said that there must be solutions to allow women who marry and continue their education to also have the facilities to raise children.
In recent months, the authorities have scrapped all population-control programs and Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei apologized to the people for having instructed them in the past to bear fewer children.
source: radiozamaneh.com


In Iran there are childoffenders, still on death row.

Children are being hanged to death.

A child will be hanged to death.

Poster amnesty.nl

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