In 05 July, 2008 Islamic Iran regime carried out the first execution of an Iranian blogger, Yaghoob Mehrnehad (Mirnehad) while allegedly accused him of being a terrorist, enemy of God (Mohareb)1 and corrupt on earth (Mofsed fi al-Arz)2. You can read full detail in Stop Torturing Us and my past post, Journalist death sentence in Islamic Iran .
It seems Islamic Ayatollahs covered this crime by announcement of stoning suspension by the spokesperson for judiciary. Sadly, Amnesty International and Human Rights watch organizations didn't even bother to write about the issue. Thanks to Israel Matzav that brought this part of story to my attention. He wrote about unbelievable silence about execution of Yaghoob Mehrnehad and Abdolnasser Taheri in above organizations.
Unfortunately in Iranian blogosphere there are a couple of blogs that are trying to justify recent executions including execution of Yaghoob Mehrnehad and Abdolnasser Taheri and the necessity of practicing executions in society; of course with all their sick Islamic barbaric ideologies and lack of a little wisdom to open their eyes and see how many innocent dissidents have been executed by Islamic regime of Iran so far.
Outcome of those executions didn't do anything but have uprooted freedom in our society by instilling fear. The outcome of this country couldn't be anything better than what it is right now, an Islamic totalitarian chaos which doesn't have any good intention for Iranians except a possible greater damage by confronting with the US and Israel.
Our country Iran and our people deserve very much better leaders than bunch of extreme crazy Islamofacists.
1"Mohareb" means enemy of God and 2"Mofsed fi al-Arz" means corrupt on earth and both are capital punishments under Islamic law in Iran and unfortunately there is a vague definition about these two serious crimes in Islamic law. They can prosecute any dissidents by accusing them enemy of God and/or corrupt on earth. They have done it before, here are two examples:
a. Iran’s Hard-Liners Fight Back With Rally, Death Threats
b. 'Iran After the Elections' Conference