Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Iran: opposite January 30, 2013

The daughter of Rafsanjani, Faezeh Hashemi, who is detained in Evinprison, published a letter to website Kaleme and slammed the member of parliament that visited Evin Prison on January 23 and said it was like a hotel.
She wrote that the reports by visiting MPs are not only mixed with lies and delusion but they are also very tactless.
She also wrote: We saw the signs of this tactlessness during the visit as this individual treated the women prisoners with contempt; he denied the veracity of their statements and soon pressed for the delegation to leave, saying he had to get to his prayers on time.”

Some reformist newspapers made a rare protest against the the raid on their offices and the arrests of their staffmembers. Newspaper Shargh published in its January 30 issue an empty space where Pouria Alami's column would usually have appeared and explained that "it will not be printed until further notice."
Also the newspaper Bahar protested against the arrest of journalists.

Iran fully supports the regime of Syrian president Assad. A senior Iranian official said that those who are backing the "terrorists" are responsible for the fights and killings in Syria.
On a pressconference the Iranian foreign ministry's undersecretary for Arab and African affairs said that the cause of the Syrian crisis is the sending of arms to terrorist groups into Syria by some countries.



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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