Thursday, January 31, 2008

Call for help against non-stop executions in Iran

It seems there is no end to these savage executions in Islamic Non-Republic of Iran and the head of Iran's judiciary has issued an order that executions shouldn't be carried out in public without his permission. He also banned the publication of photographs or videos of executions. Most executions take place inside prisons but some criminals have been hanged in public in the city centers to spread fear between people.

It appears mullah-fascism decided to keep a low profile that widely criticized by human rights groups, international organizations and western countries. From now on, they can hide much better their crimes against helpless prisoners which most of the time justice didn't serve them and if an impartial judge review their file, they will find out innocent and free of crime.

Human rights groups say Iran executed nearly 300 people in 2007 as it tries to improve security and reduce what it calls immoral behavior. Iran has executed at least 28 convicts so far this year in 2008, according to media reports. Capital offences in Iran include murder, rape, armed robbery, serious drug trafficking, apostasy, adultery and homosexuality.


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