According to Saham News , Mrs. Fatemeh Karoubi wife of Mr. Mehdi Karoubi one of the leader of the green movement said that her husband started his hunger strike after the early morning pray today. Mr. Karoubi is on dry hunger strike not even drinking ...

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  1. Mehdi karoubi One Of The Leader Of The Green Movement Went On Dry Hunger Strike ......
  2. Iran Ministry Of Sport Suspended Two Of Its National Soccer Players From Playing For National Team.....
  3. AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL NEWSFLASH ...
  4. Maryam Akbari Manfared's Letter From Prison......Your cry for justice won't be left without answers .
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Mehdi karoubi One Of The Leader Of The Green Movement Went On Dry Hunger Strike ......

According to Saham News , Mrs. Fatemeh Karoubi wife of Mr. Mehdi Karoubi one of the leader of the green movement said that her husband started his hunger strike after the early morning pray today. Mr. Karoubi is on dry hunger strike not even drinking water , he only took his heart medication  , said his wife .

Mr. Karoubi started the hunger strike in opposition to the house arrest and his rights.
Mr. Karoubi demanded that the security forces ( several of them present 24/7 ) to get out of his house and his private life and the removal of all video equipments for recording and hearing his private conversation. According to Mr. Karoubi , the security agents are living with him at his house which was not seen even before the revolution.

 
Mr. Karoubi demanded that an open court be scheduled so that he and his lawyer can hear the regime evidence and respond to the allegations after six and a half years of house arrests.

Mr. karoubi suffers from heart condition and have been in the hospital in the past . Mr. Karoubi also written several letter to the parliament and officials about his situation but did not receive any explanation .

Link:
http://news.gooya.com/2017/08/post-6490.php

    

Iran Ministry Of Sport Suspended Two Of Its National Soccer Players From Playing For National Team.....


News....

Ministry of sport of the Islamic regime have suspended two of its most professional soccer players from playing in national team because of playing against the Israel national soccer team when their  Greek soccer club Panionios FC decided to send them to the field to play .



Islamic regime in Iran after the revolution suspended all the political relation with the Israeli Government and since then called Israeli Government as an enemy .

FIFA Federation in a letter to Islamic regime Sports Ministry demanded an answer to their decision.



This decision of the ministry which is a political decision brought many anger among Iranian people as well as Iranian personalities including famous Iranian soccer players like Ali Daei , Mehdi Mahdavi Kia and many others . Taraneh Alidousti an Iranian actress also showed her opposition to this decision by the Ministry and she wrote on her Instagram : Hope all soccer elite can support Masoud Shjaei and Ehsan Hajsafi and we must value our national heroes for what they do for our country , and its us that need them ......


IRAN WATCH CANADA : Supports Ehsan Hajsafi and Masoud Shojaie both Panionios FC soccer club player in Greece and are as well Iranian national soccer players . Iran Watch Canada strongly condemn this decision by the Islamic regime sport ministry and calls for the immediate withdrawal of such disastrous non- sport based but political decision . Iran Watch Canada also calls this decision as against our national interest .


Link:
http://footballitarin.com/link_page.php?id=367042





    

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL NEWSFLASH ...

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL 
NEWSFLASH
 

10 August 2017 
Iran’s shameful execution of man arrested at 15 
Following today’s execution of Alireza Tajiki, a young Iranian man who was arrested, convicted and sentenced to death as a child, Amnesty International’s Deputy Director for the Middle East and North Africa Magdalena Mughrabi said:
“By going ahead with this execution in defiance of their obligations under international law, and despite huge public and international opposition, the Iranian authorities have again cruelly demonstrated their complete disdain for children’s rights. This shameful act marks a critical turning point for Iran, and exposes the hollowness of the authorities’ claims to have a genuine juvenile justice system.”
“Alireza Tajiki is the fourth person executed in Iran this year who was arrested as a child. His execution, which was carried out despite his allegations that he was tortured into “confessing”, consolidates a horrendous pattern that has seen Iran repeatedly send people arrested as children to the gallows, often after deeply unfair trials.
“This execution is a flagrant violation of Iran's obligations under the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, which it ratified two decades ago. By putting Alireza Tajiki to death, the Iranian authorities have demonstrated their appalling commitment for continuing with this abhorrent practise and shown they do not even have the will to implement their half-hearted reforms to save the lives of those convicted as children." 
Background
Alireza Tajiki was 21 years old at the time of his execution. He was arrested in May 2012 when aged 15 and sentenced to death nearly a year later in April 2013. A criminal court in Fars Province, southern Iran, had convicted him of murder and lavat-e be-onf(forced male-male intercourse). 
The trial was grossly unfair and relied primarily on “confessions” which Alireza Tajiki had said were extracted through torture, including severe beatings, floggings and suspension by the arms and feet.
In 2013 the Iranian authorities introduced piecemeal reforms to deflect criticism of their appalling record on executions of juvenile offenders, yet despite this they have continued to condemn dozens of young people to death for crimes committed when they were under 18, in violation of their international human rights obligations. These reforms included amendments to Iran’s 2013 Islamic Penal Code that grant judges discretionary powers to replace the death penalty with an alternative punishment if they determine that the individual had not reached “mental maturity” at the time of the crime.
Iran is one of the last few countries in the world that still executes juvenile offenders. As of August 2017, Amnesty International had identified at least 89 individuals on death row who were under the age of 18 when the crime was committed.
Public Document 
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For more information or to arrange an interview please contact: 
Sara Hashash, MENA Media Manager on sara.hashash@amnesty.org or call +44 207 413 5511
or contact Amnesty International's press office on +44 20 7413 5566 or +44 (0)77 7847 2126
email: press@amnesty.org twitter: @amnestypress
    

Maryam Akbari Manfared's Letter From Prison......Your cry for justice won't be left without answers .

HARANA News Agency :

Maryam Akbari Monfared a human rights activist and a political prisoner whose four siblings were killed by the regime in prison during the mass killing of political prisoners in1980's  is currently serving the 15 years imprisonment sentences. In her open letter she wrote about the murdered political prisoners and the mothers of those political prisoners, their resistance and call for justice. In her letter she said: Your cry for justice  won't be left without answers .

1- Mother Mosni ( Ferrous Mahboub :
Her three children namely Morteza, Ali and Mostafa together with her daughter in-law  Nahid Rahmani and her brother Naser Rahmani were all killed ( the bodies of Nahid and Naser were thrown into the Lake Qom because of the coming of  Red Cross International for investigation ). Mother Mosni heard about the killing of her children inside the prison.

2- Mother Efat Shabestari who became paralyzed inside prison due to rheumatism . Her children Rafat and Soghra khaldadi were executed inside the prison . Her other son Ghasem was arrested on early year of revolution and was executed eight years later.

3- Mother Jahanara :
In Iran the people know her with three martyrs and their is no name listed about her fourth martyr'd   son Hassan Jahan Ara . Hassan was member of the Mojahedin Khalq . She was told by regime not to speak about her son Hassan.

4- Mother Vedoud :
Vetoed was killed before the mass killing of the political prisoners. She looked for her son's body and recognized him by his feet in a morgue. When she returned to the prison she said to her cellmates : I recognized him by his feet and it was cold and i kept him close to my heart until it became warm.

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Link:
http://news.gooya.com/2017/08/post-6212.php

    

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