Friday, November 16, 2012

Iran: various November 16, 2012

Iranian parliament is preparing legislation which says that single women up to the age of 40 must receive official permission from their father or male guardian in order to obtain travel documents. Currently all Iranians under 18 years of age -- both male and female -- must receive paternal permission before receiving a passport.

Sattar Beheshti relatives say that if they know that they are supported by an organization and that their lives are safe,  they would file a lawsuit against those who caused this incident. The International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran has been informed that Beheshti's family repeatedly was threathened with grave consequences, should they talk to the media.

Friday Iranian statetelevision reported that multiple suspects of bombings in Khuzestan province have been arrested. The Ministry of Information announced that Western intelligence agencies and the Israeli Mossad of carrying out attacks against its nuclear scientists.USA denied this.

Americans authorities charged Alireza Moazami Goudarzi for plotting in 2010 to illegally buy and export military-grade airplane parts to Iran.
October 24 Goudarzi was arrested in Malaysia and extradited to USA. When convicted, he faces up to 105 years in prison.

Human rights activists report that three Afghan prisoners who gave the lists with names of Afghan nationals who were executed, have been tortured and possibly executed. Their names are: Muhammad Norzhi, Abdulwahab Ansari and Maazum Ali Zahi.


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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