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I don't believe JPost Articles
« on: February 02, 2017, 08:24:21 am »
Yes we just don't understand ... we need to be "educated"

http://www.vosizneias.com/186839/2014/12/08/2311-tehran-execution-rate-accelerates-in-iran-under-rouhani/
Tehran - Execution Rate Accelerates In Iran Under Rouhani
Published on: December 8, 2014 11:11 PM
By: Jerusalem Post

Tehran - According to a recent report by UN envoy for human rights in Iran Ahmad Shahid, the Islamic Republic has the highest execution rate in the Middle East, and in the world it is second only to China.
 
The rate of capital punishment in Iran is four times higher than in Saudi Arabia. There are five main reasons for punishment by death in Iran: heresy, homosexuality, rape, murder and armed struggle. Almost all of executions are performed secretly.
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The rise in the number of trials and death sentences during the rule of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, runs counter to the expectations of improved human rights in Iran following the rule of hardliner Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. The number of death trials have risen by 16% in comparison with last year of Ahmadinejad’s presidency, which is the highest in 15 years.
 
 An Iranian official described this report as “an unuseful attempt to harm stability.” Iranian media is strictly censored with regard to human rights in the country.

http://www.rightnow.io/breaking-news/teachers-tehran-arrested_bn_1437573859606.html
http://pbs.twimg.com/media/CKspEhFWEAAx8z8.jpg

bumohd6: RT @FreeeIran #Iran: Execution of 11 prisoners simultaneous with teachers’ protests in #Tehran http://t.co/eBWo6R4A4E #HumanRights 

Jul 24, 2015, 17:55 UTC

Iran.
Sorry, my friend, I will believe, "Jerusalem Post," when you write some good news from Iran or when the day came in an article article that Israeli PM Netanyahu could be charged with war crimes against Palestinians in Gaza.
So much of me.