Sep 27 2006

همین روزها رژیم گه غنی شده را نوش جان خواهد کرد

نوشته: خُسن آقا    :::       1 پیام

همه چیز رژیم آخوندی از روز اول بوجود آمدنش ورای آدمیزاد بوده و امروز نیز بحران اتمی آن باز ورای آدمیزاد است. سیاست آقایان در تمام این 27 سال در هر زمینه‌ای به خیال خودشان با جفتک انداختن و لگد زدن خیال کرده‌اند که می‌توانند خواسته خود را به پیش ببرند! حال اینکه بعد از چند ماهی جفتک انداختن عاقبت تسلیم خواست سیاستمداران این یا آن کشور شده‌اند. جنگ ایران با عراق و پذیرش قطعنامه آتش بس یک مثال بسیار خوب این نوع سیاست است که طلای ناب را دادند و سال‌ها جنگ را طولانی تر کردند عده بیشتری انسان بیچاره را به کشتن دادند و عاقبت هم همان قطعنامه آتش بس اولیه و حتی بدتر را هم پذیرفتند با این فرق که عاقبت حتی آن خساراتی را هم که در اول بنا بود بگیرند از دست دادند.
حالا هم رژیم در زمینه دیپلوماسی مربوط به بحران اتمی خود هر روز یک جفتک جدید می‌آندازد تا به خیال خود از این تنگنا فرار کند و باز همان گونه که شاهد بودیم باز مثل دیگر سیاست‌های رژیم در این 27 سال، نه تنها چیزی در این کش و قوس‌ها بدست نیاوردند، بلکه این بار بدون هیچ امتیاز گیری مجبور به عقب نشینی خواهند بود.
تمام تلاش آقایان امروز بر این مساله متمرکز شده که اینها تعلیق را بعد از شروع مذاکرات انجام بدهند یعنی مثلا امروز مذاکرات شروع شود و فردا صبح رژیم تعلیق را عملی کند. به قول اصفهانی‌ها که می گویند گه نیست که که است. در عمل یعنی اینکه آقایان گه خوری خواهند کرد ولی همه تلاششان در این زمان این است که به دنیا بقبولانند که گه را فقط به شرط این می‌خورند که با قاشق و چنگال باشد و مثلا این گهی را که آقایان بناست نوش جان کنند باید در سینی طلا سرو شود.
حالا این خط این هم نشان اگر در همین مذاکرات بین لاریجانی و سولانا همین روزها نشنیدید که آقایان پذیرفته‌اند که روز بعد از شروع مذاکرات غنی سازی را متوقف کنند و بعد هم نه در مذاکرات امتیازی خواهند گرفت و نه بعد از آن و پس از چند ماه یا حد اکثر یکی دو سال همه آن امتیازاتی را که اروپا در آن بسته پیشنهادی معروف قول داده بود هم به فراموشی سپرده خواهد شد و آقایان هم خوش و خرم به ادامه سرکوب ملت بدبخت ادامه خواهند داد و اروپا هم به چاپیدن منابع ملت ایران ادامه خواهد داد.

نوشته: خُسن آقا در ساعت: 11:02 pm در بخش: بحران اتمی، جنگ

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1 پیام به “همین روزها رژیم گه غنی شده را نوش جان خواهد کرد”

  1. بهروز مى گویند:

    سلام خٰسن آقا، جناب این نامه امروز به دستم رسید، همانطور که می‌بینید مسئله جان هموطنانمان است. لطف میکنید چاپ کنید که یک کم خبرش پخش بشود!؟
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    PUBLIC
    AI Index: MDE 13/111/2006
    27 September 2006
    UA 256/06
    Death penalty/ stoning
    IRAN
    Parisa Akbari (f)
    Iran Eskandari (f)
    Khayrieh Valania (f)
    Shamameh Ghorbani (also known as Malek) (f)
    Kobra Najjar (f, aged 44)
    Soghra Mola’i (f)
    Fatemeh (f)
    The women named above are at risk of execution by stoning.
    Parisa Akbari was arrested in April 2004, while working as a
    prostitute in the city of Shiraz in southern Iran. She confessed
    to the charge of adultery during the preliminary investigations,
    claiming that she had been forced into prostitution by her husband
    due to the family’s poverty. Her trial took place in June 2004,
    during which Parisa Akbari retracted her confession. Nevertheless,
    on 21 June 2004, Branch 5 of Fars province Criminal Court
    sentenced her to death by stoning for adultery. The sentence was
    upheld by Branch 32 of the Supreme Court on 15 November 2005. Her
    case is currently being reviewed by the Supreme Court. Parisa
    Akbari is detained in Adelabad prison in Shiraz.
    Iran Eskandari, an Ahwazi Arab from the Bakhtiari clan, was
    reportedly talking to the son of a neighbour in the courtyard of
    her house, when her husband attacked her with a knife. She was
    badly beaten and left bleeding and unconscious on the floor. While
    she was unconscious, it is alleged that the man killed her husband
    with his own knife. While police were interrogating her about the
    killing, Iran Eskandari reportedly confessed to adultery with the
    son of her neighbour. However she later retracted her confession.
    A court in the city of Khuzestan sentenced her to five years’
    imprisonment for being an accomplice in the murder of her husband,
    and to execution by stoning for adultery. The verdict was upheld
    by the Supreme Court in April 2006. Her lawyer has appealed
    against the sentence. She is detained in Sepidar prison, in Ahvaz
    city.
    Khayrieh Valania, an Ahwazi Arab, was reportedly subjected to
    domestic violence by her husband. She allegedly began an affair
    with a relative of her husband, who then murdered him. She was
    sentenced to death by Branch 3 of Behbahan Court, in Khuzestan in
    southwestern Iran, for being an accomplice in the murder of her
    husband, and death by stoning for adultery. Khayrieh Valania has
    denied any involvement in her husband’s murder, but confessed to
    adultery. The sentence was upheld, and the case has reportedly
    been sent to the Head of the Judiciary for permission to be
    implemented. Talking about her fate, Khayrieh Valania said “I am
    ready to be hanged, but they should not stone me. They could
    strangle you and you would die, but it is very difficult to have
    stones hitting you in the head”.
    Shamameh Ghorbani (also known as Malek), arrested in June 2005,
    was sentenced to execution by stoning for adultery by a court in
    Oromieh in June 2006. She is reportedly held in Oromieh prison.
    Her brothers and husband reportedly murdered a man that they found
    in her house, and she too was nearly killed after they stabbed her
    with a knife. Shamameh Ghorbani’s case is reportedly being re-
    examined.
    Kobra Najjar, who is detained in Tabriz prison in northwestern
    Iran, is at imminent risk of execution. She was sentenced to eight
    years’ imprisonment for being an accomplice to the murder of her
    husband, and execution by stoning for adultery. She was scheduled
    to be executed after serving her prison sentence, which was
    finished two years ago. She has reportedly written to the Judicial
    Commission for Amnesty to ask for her sentence of execution by
    stoning to be commuted, and is awaiting a reply. Kobra Najjar was
    allegedly forced into prostitution by her husband, a heroin addict
    who was violent towards her. In 1995, after a severe beating by
    her husband, she told one of her regular customers that she wanted
    to kill her husband. The customer allegedly murdered her husband
    after Kobra Najjar took him to an arranged meeting place. He was
    sentenced to death, but he was pardoned by the victim’s family, to
    whom he paid diyeh (blood money).
    Soghra Mola’i was sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment for being an
    accomplice to the murder in January 2004 of her husband Abdollah,
    and to execution by stoning for adultery. During interrogation she
    said “My husband usually tormented me. Nevertheless, I did not
    intend to kill him. On the night of the incident … after Alireza
    killed my husband, I ran away with him because I was scared to
    stay at home, thinking that my brothers-in-law would kill me.”
    Alireza was sentenced to death for the murder of Soghra Mola’i's
    husband, and to 100 lashes for “illicit relations”. The sentences
    are pending examination by the Supreme Court. It is believed that
    Soghra Mola’i is detained in Reja’i Shahr prison, Karaj, near
    Tehran.
    In May 2005, Branch 71 of the Tehran Province Criminal Court
    sentenced Fatemeh (surname unknown) to retribution (qesas) for
    being an accomplice to murder, and execution by stoning for having
    an ‘illicit relationship’ with a man named Mahmoud. Her husband
    was sentenced to 16 years’ imprisonment for being an accomplice to
    the murder of Mahmoud. The case is currently being examined in the
    Supreme Court. According to a May 2005 report in the newspaper
    Etemad, an altercation occurred between Mahmoud, and Fatemeh’s
    husband. Fatemeh confessed to tying a rope around Mahmoud’s
    throat, which resulted in his strangulation. She has claimed that
    she intended merely to tie his hands and feet after he was
    unconscious and hand him over to the police.
    BACKGROUND INFORMATION Amnesty International is aware of two other
    women under sentence of execution by stoning in Iran, Ashraf
    Kalhori (see UA 203/06, MDE 13/083/2006, 27 July 2006; and
    updates), and Hajieh Esmailvand (see UA 336/04, MDE 13/053/2004,
    16 December 2004; and updates). The Head of the Judiciary
    announced a moratorium on the use of stoning in December 2002, but
    reports indicate a man and a woman may have been stoned to death
    in May 2006.
    RECOMMENDED ACTION: Please send appeals to arrive as quickly as
    possible, in Persian, English, Arabic or your own language:
    - calling for the sentences of execution by stoning of the seven
    women named above (naming them) to be commuted immediately;
    - stating your unconditional opposition to the death penalty, as
    the ultimate cruel, inhuman and degrading punishment and violation
    of the right to life;
    - reminding the Iranian authorities that the UN Human Rights
    Committee (in the case of Toonen v Australia) has made clear that
    treating adultery and fornication as criminal offences does not
    comply with international human rights standards. Therefore the
    sentence of execution by stoning for adultery breaches Iran’s
    commitment under article 6(2) of the International Covenant on
    Civil and Political Rights that death sentences will be imposed
    “only for the most serious crimes”;
    - calling for the abolition of execution by stoning in Iran as a
    positive step towards implementing international law and standards
    for the protection of human rights.
    APPEALS TO
    (Time difference = GMT + 3.5 hrs / BST + 2.5 hrs):
    Leader of the Islamic Republic
    His Excellency Ayatollah Sayed ‘Ali Khamenei, The Office of the
    Supreme Leader
    Shoahada Street, Qom, Islamic Republic of Iran
    Email: info@leader.ir OR istiftaa@wilayah.org
    [Salutation: Your Excellency ]
    Head of the Judiciary
    His Excellency Ayatollah Mahmoud Hashemi Shahroudi
    Ministry of Justice, Park-e Shahr, Tehran, Islamic Republic of
    Iran
    Email: Please send emails via the feedback form on the Persian
    site of the website: http://www.iranjudiciary.org/contactus-
    feedback-fa.html
    (The text of the feedback form translates as: 1st line: name, 2nd
    line: email address, 3rd line: subject heading, then enter your
    email into the text box)
    [Salutation: Your Excellency]
    PLEASE SEND COPIES OF YOUR APPEALS TO: His Excellency Mr Hamid
    Reza Nafez Arefi, Embassy of Islamic Republic of Iran, 16 Prince’s
    Gate, London SW7 1PT. Fax: 020 7589 4440, Email: info@iran-
    embassy.org.uk
    PLEASE SEND APPEALS IMMEDIATELY. Please do not send appeals after
    8 November 2006.
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    Amnesty International may be used unless otherwise stated in the text above. Letters written in a
    private or personal capacity may be more effective.
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    to be kept informed about the case.

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