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Thursday, January 20, 2011

The judiciary power in Iran a " slaughterhouse" or Justice-house " !?

Mohammad Sadegh Larijani the head of judiciary power in Islamic Republic regime.


According to news, in just 19 days of the month of January, there have been 57 execution in Iran , that means three people a day !
According to a report from "public prosecutor and Islamic republic court of revolution" :
This morning the 19th of January ,10 people were put to death in Rejaei Shahr prison. With these executions ,the number of execution just in January 2011reached to 57 people.

This is not the end of the month of January yet and no one knows up to the end of the month how many other people will be executed by the Islamic Republic judiciary power. From now we can mark in our calendar "the month of January of each year" as the month of the " Aboliting of the death sentences" in Iran !
As the judiciary system in Iran is influenced by political will , it also lack comprehensive representation to carry out justices and the prisoners are not fully represented by lawyers ,and the regime has no respect for human lives and human rights, having said that, judiciary system in Iran seems like a "slaughterhouse" than a "justicehouse".

In addition, what makes people more concern of these executions is because, in recent months there were news that the prisons in Iran are lacking spaces for new prisoners.Now the question is : Are they killing these prisoners because of the lack of spaces in their prisons , i hope not!

This is a regime which instigate violence not only through violence rhetorics by their officials like Ayatollah Ahmad Janati, Hossain shariatmadari,Ayatollah Mesbah Yazdi and ......
the worst scenario is:
Elements in the Islamic Republic may send political prisoners to the gallows too!

So, once again we call:
Close these slaughterhouses and abolish the death sentences in Iran!
Link to the news in Farsi:

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