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Amnesty Condemns Iran Regime for Flogging of Young Man for Drinking Alcohol at Age 15

Amnesty Condemns Iran Regime for Flogging of Young Man for Drinking Alcohol at Age 15

By Staff Writer

Amnesty International has condemned the Iranian Regime for the "horrific" and "absolutely shocking" flogging of a young man, for the alleged crime consuming alchol at a wedding when he was 14 or 15.

The human rights group issued a statement late on Wednesday, saying that this brutal act of corporal punishment violated international law as well as international conventions on civil and children's rights.

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Church of England Bishops Join in Condemnation of Iranian Regime

Church of England Bishops Join in Condemnation of Iranian Regim

'The regime has been. Criticised by international human rights organisations for its appalling human rights record'

In an initiative promoted by the former Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord (Rowan) Williams of Oyster mouth, more than 50 bishops of the Church of England have signed a statement condemning the human rights abuses perpetrated by the regime in Tehran and its treatment of Iran’s religious minorities.

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Iran to Execute Kurdish Man, After Tricking His Sick Father Into Maligning Him

Ramin Hossein Panahi-Iran-Execute

By Staff Writer

The brother of an Iranian Kurdish man on death row in Iran for belonging to a Kurdish nationalist group said yesterday that his brother had just hours to live.

Amjad Hossein Panahi, who lives in Germany, said that his brother Ramin had been moved to death row in a prison in Sanandaj and had confided in his defence lawyer Hossein Ahmadiniaz on Thursday that he expected to be executed later that day. Ahmadiniaz then gave the sad news to Ramin’s family.

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Iran: Suppressive Forces Must Be Sanctioned

Iran: Suppressive forces must be sanctioned

By Staff Writer

At the end of last year, millions of Iranians took to the streets to protest against the Iranian regime and its corruption and mis-management of the country’s resources. The protests quickly turned into a nationwide uprising and it shook the regime to the core. During the anti-government demonstrations people were heard chanting “Down with Rouhani” and “Down with Khamenei”. The people made it very clear that they want regime change and to this day they are still protesting.

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Iran: Freedom Curbed in All Areas of Life

By Staff Writer

Freedom in Iran is a concept that does not exist. Freedom has been curbed in so many different ways. The clerical regime imposes behaviour on the people and denies them of any choice.

Freedom of religion is particularly strict in Iran. Or rather – lack of religious freedom. Many of the country’s secular laws are actually informed by the official state religion.

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