Saturday, July 11, 2009


Death stalks all over islamc iran, averaging (official statistics) more than one execution per day and in fact with the murders by the some 20 paramilitary Revolutionary Guard groups with a variety of allegiances and operating some 100 private/secret prisons under this umbrella name, then you have the Bassiji mostly mercenary thugs, some 100,000 of them with about 15,000 recently added to them from recruits in Palestinian areas such as terrorists Hamas and Hezbollah from Lebanon.
MOJTABA (pictured left)
Ali Khamenei's middle son Mojtabah Khamenei has now taken command over all the special paramilitary and security enforcement forces, including the riot police and Bassiji mercenaries for whose entry into the country he is personally responsible.
The blood of those killed in the last few weeks are on his hands as well as those of his agents.
Here is the Active Bassiji Identification card of his brother Hossein

In the South of islamic iran, the local religious court Mullah sentenced 12 people, including Jondollah (Baluchi anti-mullahs) leader's brother to have their hands and feet cut off as their punishment. Then in the face of reaction to this barbarous sentence relented and said he would simply hang them instead.

International pressure has postponed the sentencing of eight Bahais, who were doing charitable work and have been accused of being spies for Israel.

A minority wing of the Majless (parliament) members have said they will boycott the swearing in of Ahmadi-Nejad and have immediately been labelled as traitors, who will face legal action for treason to the islamic republic. Their spokesman. Dariush Ghanbari has stated the group will come to a decision in the next few days.

They have the moral and theological support of some heavy duty Ayatollahs who have openly condemned the recent elections as rigged and illegitimate. Thus invalidating Ahmadi-Nejad as the new president.

In the same vein, recent presidential candidate Mehdi Karrubi and part of the Green movement, has written a letter to the head of the national Justice Organization (Minister of Justice equivalent) Hashemi-Shahroudi demanding (politely) that he release all the arrested protesters and clarify the status of those who have disappeared. He added that arresting him and some of the other leaders of the opposition to the election would perhaps silence them but this method could not silence the uprising of the people.

Meanwhile you may have read that the islamic regime of iran has asked the international police authorities (Interpol) to issue arrest warrants for Dr. Arash Hejazi who was a few feet away from Neda when she was shot and ran to try to assist her, luckily quickly returning to England. The Mullahs state that he is a fugitive from arrest.

Hejazi says there is nothing of the sort and he has no warrants issued against him and the Mullahs are trying to scare opposition demonstrators to not testify to the truth.

Initially the Mullahs tried to blame him for Neda's death, saying he was teh assassin instead of the motorcyclist, who rode by and shot her point blank, mistaking her for the sister an evasive Green activist that the agents were trying to put out of action by any means they could. Including murdering her sister.

1 comment:

Ahma Daeus said...

Even if one does not ask or pretends not to see the rope and the flashing red flag draped around the philosophical question standing solemnly at attention in the middle of the room, it remains apparent that the mere presence of a private “for profit” driven prison business in our country undermines the U.S Constitution and subsequently the credibility of the American criminal justice system. In fact, until all private prisons in America have been abolished and outlawed, “the promise” of fairness and justice at every level of this country’s judicial system will remain unattainable. We must restore the principles and the vacant promise of our judicial system. Our government cannot continue to "job-out" its obligation and neglect its duty to the individuals confined in the correctional and rehabilitation facilities throughout this nation, nor can it ignore the will of the people that it was designed to serve and protect. There is urgent need for the good people of this country to emerge from the shadows of indifference, apathy, cynicism, fear, and those other dark places that we migrate to when we are overwhelmed by frustration and the loss of hope.
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