Thursday, January 17, 2013

Iran: further January 17, 2013

In Rajai Shahr prison in Karaj were on January 16 2013, two prisoners hanged.
Kianoosh Naderi, (1991) was sentenced to death for the murder of an elderly woman in 2008, when he was a minor. Iran Human Rights (IHR) has this case under investigation.
The other man was not named, but was sentenced to death for murder in 2007.
According to state newsagency Aftab were on January 16 2013 2 men hanged in Khorasan province. One man was hanged in public in the city of Sabzevar, the other man was hanged in the prison of Mashhad. Both men were convicted for rape.
The judiciary in Semnan said that on January 16 2013 M. Sh, convicted for trafficking 6,732 grams of crack, and M. F, convicted for trafficking 1,739 grams of crack and 30,80 grams "shishe", were  hanged.
Reliable sources told that today in the city of Pakdasht 3 men will be hanged in public.

The brothers Shirzad Hossain Panahi and Fayeq Hossain Panahi from Qorochai, province Kurdestan have been arrested by security agents.
Last week, another familymember. Sirwan Hossain Panahi was arrested.
There is no news of the accusation of them.

Iranian state television broadcasted on Wednesday a program, called "The hunter trapped," showed a long-haired man of European appearance in his thirties identified as Matti Valok who confessed working for the CIA.
He said that he was arrested in August and accused  of contacting Iranian scientists to seek information on "the country's scientific progress," using a Slovakia-based international recruitment agency that he had created.
The channel also showed footage of other accused spies.
The American Stefan Raymond, born in 1967, and Marc Antony Vandiar, born in South Africa in 1958, worked "for the CIA and tried to garner information on Iranian biotechnology.
A Moroccan Faisal, specialist in information technology," and a Malaysian Christian called Douglas Fernandez, alias Ali Abderani also tried to acquire information on Iran's "scientific, nuclear and military progress.

Iranlaborreport writes that the Iranian Parliament’s Research Center published new, startling data about Iran's economy.

The International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran reports that a report, titled The Cost of Faith: Persecution of Christian Protestants and Converts in Iran, is for download (pdf).This 73 page report documents a pattern of rights violations for Protestant converts in Iran.


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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