Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Iran: more January 22 2013

Lawyer and womansrightsactivist Farideh Gheirat told International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran that the new Passport and Exit Law, which will make it mandatory for girls and women to have the approval of their “guardian” (father, husband, or paternal grandfather) to exit the country,is against Iranian constitution.
Farideh Gheirat hopes that the bill not will be approved.
According to ISNA this resolution that was passed on Tuesday, January 15, allows unmarried women over the age of 18 to obtain passports, but will not allow them to leave the country without permission from their guardians.
source: iranhumanrights.org

Humanrightslawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh has been returned to prison after only 3 days of furlough.
Prior to granting her furlough, they had reiterated to her that this furlough would be rather long, she had made it clear that if that were not the case, she would not be willing to accept furlough. A three day furlough would only lead to more distress for the children.
But on January 21st at 11 o'clock in the evening, while the children were crying, they brought her back to prison.
source: banouyesabz.wordpress.com


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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