Sunday, July 27, 2008

IRAN:29 hanged only in Tehran in one day!

Hanged: Iranian authorities execute 29 criminals in one day

The hangings were carried out at dawn behind the high walls of Tehran’s notorious Evin prison, where inmates are routinely tortured.

I must congratulate all the appeasers and liberals who still work hand in hand with the despots in Iran. But it is only fair to see some statistics and feel the “Blood money”, and then perhaps there may be some conscience left to react to those who still sing in favor of this regime.
This morning, according to Government controlled media, 29 people, mostly youth, who were arrested during night surges in recent unrests, were hanged by the neck in Tehran.

The state-run news agency Mehr quoted the prosecutor general as saying, "The entire legal procedure has been exhausted on their cases at highest levels and they will be hanged."The Irony is that these 29 so called “criminals” were hanged exactly in conjunction with the anniversary of massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in 1988(supporters of the main opposition MKO/PMOI).
Events in the past few days:
-On July 22, in a statement the EU called on the mullahs' regime not to uphold the execution sentences for two young men, Mohammed Fadaei and Behnood Shojaee , who are both sentenced to death for alleged crimes committed when they were minors.
- In reverse and in defiance of this warning On Saturday, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in a clear sign of defiance to the international demand of halting all enrichment activities announced the boost in the number of uranium-enriching centrifuges to up to 6,000.
-A few hours after the U.S. announcement, the Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei reiterated that Iran will not cross its red line (namely halting uranium enrichment), but that nevertheless he permitted the negotiations!
-On June 10, the mullahs executed a 17-year-old boy named Mohammad Hassan-Zadeh in the northwestern city of Sanandaj for a crime he had allegedly committed when he was only 14.-
-According to the rights groups 114 youths face gallows for the crimes allegedly committed when they were minors. The youngest is a 13-year-old boy named Ahmad Nowroozi sentenced to death by the mullahs' judiciary three years ago in the southeastern province of Sistan and Baluchistan.
-Eight women and a man are waiting to be stoned to death. Under mullahs' penal codes, an individual sentenced to death by stoning, if a man should be buried up to his waist, while a woman is buried up to her neck. Stones are thrown until the condemned dies.
-According to Abbas pouriayi, the prosecutor general for the northeastern province of Golestan, there will be a new plan implemented to control chastity which includes “mobile judges”. This would “promote security” in public. What these judges ( or mullahs) would do when a couple are arrested in the park is up to his personal judgment of course.
This coin has two sides of course: at least 6500 protests and demonstrations in one month, despite the curfews and suppression.
The paradox is that there are still those who aid Iranian lobbies and back the tyrants in Iran, while they are ignorant of the slightest idea of the nature of this regime. It is obvious that this “show of force” displayed vigorously by Tehran, through despicable political blackmail and deception on one side and brazen human right violations on the other is in reality “a show of fear of being toppled”. The appeasement policy is a blank check which has encouraged this regime in this blood bath. Government officials have reiterated a number of times that they see fear and weakness from their counterparts in discussions. I would think it is time to ask for help from those who have resisted the same tyranny though out these years and have not once retreated from their goals. A display of might and courage against the “axis of evil” that has been the nightmare of foreign policy for the so called “policy makers” of the West and US. Some links to help visualize events in Iran:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GtktSKav8n4



Clip showing people in Darab trying to protest for not havening any drinking water and Guards shooting into the crowd , while the crowed retaliate.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j95wGx7INCc

Anti nuclear demonstration in one of the towns.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AjrEWSFeaSM



2 comments:

Jungle Mom said...

This makes my sick. Intolerable.
Trust you are well.

twoshorties said...

Perhaps those who think that Islam is capable of showing compassion, can now think twice before they try to assert themselves.
What is happening in Iran, under the thumb of Islam, is not far from what we call mass-murder

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