Wednesday, May 12, 2010

A teacher executed in Iran

Farzad Kamangar was a teacher executed on May 09, 2010. He was not permitted to defend him during closed-door trial. His lawyer Khalil Bahramian said:

“Nothing in Kamangar’s judicial files and records demonstrates any links to the charges brought against him”
He described the trial as
“lasting no more than five minutes, with the judge issuing his sentence without any explanation and then promptly leaving the room.”
 Following video shows Farzad and his students:

There has been constant discrimination against Iranian ethnic minorities like Kurds, Balochs and Turkmens within Islamic republic of Iran and through different government institutions and judicial system.


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