Saturday, January 12, 2013

Iran: more January 12, 2013

Hossein Ghazian, a sociologist and researcher of Iranian politics, gender, and culture, writes a series of articles for International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran.
The first article is Robbery and Double Intimidation: What’s Wrong With This Picture?.

The International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran interviewed Abdol-Karim Lahidji, a humanrightslawyer based in France, who, among other things said that the experience of the past three decades proves that increasing punishment levels have not led to a decrease in crime rates nor to the establishment of security in the society.

One year ago, American-Iranian Amir Hekmati was sentenced to death in Iran, on charges of being a spy for the CIA. This is denied by both his family as the State Department. .
In March last year, a new trial was ordered, but since then, there has been little to no movement on a new trial.
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Iranian Supreme Court upheld the deathsentence for 5 Ahwazi Arabs.
They are charged with muharebeh(war with god) and corruption on earth.
Their names are Hashem Shabaninejad, Hadi Rashedi, Mohammad Ali Amourinejad, Seyyed Jaber Alboshokeh and his brother Seyyed Mokhtar Alboshokeh .


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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