Thursday, December 27, 2012

Iran: more December 27, 2012

ISNA reported that in the prison of Sari on December 25 one man was hanged.
The not named man was convicted for keeping and selling drugs.

The revolutionary court sentenced political activist Naser Sodagari, 65 and his wife Tahereh Rostampour to 5 years in prison and a 10 year ban to Zahedan.
Their son, student Pouyan Sodagari, 24 was sentenced to six years in prison and a six year ban to Kerman.
They were arrested on May 1, 2011 and convicted of attending the mourning ceremony of Ali Haj Aghai. Earlier they were also imprisoned in Evin for one year in 2007 for attending a memorial ceremony for the executed political prisoners in 1988 in Iran.

A document says that a member of Iranian intelligence ordered the head of the Quds Forces, Qassem Soleimani, to assassinate the king of Bahrain as part of an effort to launch a popular uprising to overthrow the minority government.The plan also includes assassinating the chief of intelligence and chief of public security.
Iran has long sought to incite Muslims in the region with the goal of overthrowing U.S.-friendly governments.

Wednesday Iran announced that domestic airlines are ordered to take off at least 30 minutes after the morning Azan (morningprayers).
The website of the civil aviation organisation said that this decision was taken "so that passengers can fulfill their religious duty of prayer."

On christmas pastor Youcef Nadarkhani was arrested and brought to Lakan prison in Rasht. He had previously been released on probation for a three-year sentence, most of which he has already served. Before he was sentenced to death for apostacy, but later he had been acquitted of apostasy.

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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