Tuesday, January 14, 2003

قتل‌هاي زنجيره‌اي ، شكل بازداشت‌هاي زنجيره‌اي را به خود گرفته است

ملتي كه تاريخ خود را نشناسد ؛ ناچار است آنرا تكرار كند .

مردم بخوبي دريافته اند كه ” برابري اسلامي ” و ” جامعهْ بي طبقهْ توحيدي ” تنها يك ” افسانهْ سياسي ” است تا شكلي از ” حكومت واقعي ”!!!” دين ” مهم ترين و بهترين وسيله براي ” انقياد ” يعني ( خوار و رام شدن - گردن نهادن - ’مطيع شدن - فرمانبردار شدن )
و” اسارت روحي” توده ها ميباشد.

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امپراتوري فساد اسلامي حاكم بر ايران
بدون سركوب ؛ زندان ؛ شكنجه ؛ اعدام و تيرباران ؛ سنگسار و قطع دست و پا ...
قادر نيست حتا يكروز به حيات حاكميت ننگين و خونبار خود ادامه دهد !.

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گزارش سازمان ديده بان حقوق بشر از نقض حقوق بشر در ايران
سازمان ديده بان بشر در گزارش خود مي نويسد در سال 2002 حقوق بشر در خط مقدم مبارزه سياسي ميان روحانيون محافظه كار
و اصلاح طلبان بر سر آينده ايران قرار داشت و ادامه نبرد براي كسب قدرت سياسي از پيشرفت حقوق بشر در ايران جلوگيري كرد.
عليرغم پيروزي هاي عظيم در انتخابات، اصطلاح طلبان نتوانستند از سياست هاي سركوبگرانه روحاني،
از جمله محدوديت آزادي بيان، تشكيل اجتماعات و مشاركت سياسي جلوگيري كنند.
محافظه كاران همچنان استيلاي خود را بر ابزار قدرت حفظ كرده اند. سازمان ديده بان حقوق بشر، مبارزه محافظه كاران با لوايح تببين اختيارات رئيس جمهوري،
جلوگيري از شكنجه و اصلاح قانون انتخابات را يادآور مي شود و مي نويسد در سال 2002 بسياري از متهمان ماه ها در زندان انفرادي به سر بردند
و در ماه سپتامبر مديران موسسات نظرسنجي دستگير شدند زيرا در يك نظرسنجي نشان دادند اكثريت مردم ايران خواهان ازسرگيري رابطه ايران و آمريكا هستند.
همايون مجد -- 14 January 2003 -- «راديوفردا»
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Wednesday, January 15, 2003
Human Rights Watch Faults Factional Dispute

* Human Rights Watch's Iran researcher Elaheh Shrifpour Hicks tells Radio Farda that
the power struggle between the two ruling factions of the regime worsened the human rights conditions in Iran.
She adds that the conservative Guardians Council has rejected more than 50 Majles bills,
mostly in the fields of human rights, women's rights and the rights of minorities.
She says the suspension of the death by stoning verdicts by the Judiciary was a positive move,
but the judiciary should submit a bill to ban the stoning punishment for good and it must be approved
by the Guardians Council after the Majles vote.
She adds that the bill to match non-Muslims' blood money with that of the Muslims' was a step forward,
but it ignored half of the population, women,
whose blood money is still half of the men's. Also, the Bahais, Iran's largest religious minority, are not covered by it.
(Bijan Farhoodi)
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In Iran, leading reformists and dissidents once again were targeted for expressing peaceful political opinions. In November, the sentencing to death for apostasy of reformist lecturer Hashem Aghajari for questioning the absolute authority of the religious leadership was only the most extreme example of a hostile climate for freedom of expression. (His case recalled that of liberal cleric Hassan Yusefi-Eshkevari, who was arrested in August 2000 after participating in a controversial reformist conference in Berlin and subsequently sentenced to death for apostasy. Although the sentence was later quashed on appeal, Yusefi-Eshkevari remained in prison at this writing, serving a seven-year term.) Despite threats, prosecutions, and imprisonment at the hands of the hard-line judiciary, there was lively criticism of the government in Iran although progress toward reform remained elusive.

Independent civil society institutions were fragile or nonexistent in most countries. Throughout the region, political parties, human rights organizations, and other entities came under attack from the state or were hampered because laws did not permit them to exist legally. In Iran and Saudi Arabia, conservative clerical establishments remained entrenched and powerful, retarding progress and hampering the development of independent and effective national institutions.

Some countries--including Iran, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, and Syria--did not permit international human rights organizations
access to carry out investigations.

Legal professionals who were active in human rights came under attack during the year. Iranian lawyer Mohammad Dadkhah was sentenced in May to five months in prison and banned from practicing law for ten years.

We also defended freedom of expression across the region. We lobbied on behalf of activists convicted for their political beliefs, including Iranian parliamentarians Hossein Loghmanian, Fatemeh Haghighatjou, and Mohammad Dadfar. We protested the Revolutionary Court decision in January to incarcerate fifty political activists for their peaceful political activities, violating Iran's constitution as well as basic rights to freedom of expression and association.
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... و شهرفرنگي ميگه: ” صبح معلوم ميشه ’كت تن كيه” ؟؟؟
اگر دوست داريد “ شناخت علمي و تحقيقي از تاريخ ايران قبل و بعد از اسلام داشته باشيد“
وبلاگ ((( ايران آرا ))) را بخوانيد.
اگر ميخواهيد از تيتر اخبار ؛ تحليل ها و نوشته هاي ويژه در پيوند با ” ايران “ آگاه شويد به
وبلاگ ((( خبرچين ))) سري بزنيد.
هميشك باشيد.

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