While the world condemns Israel, let's see what Iran was up to this week.................
Iran's Ebadi says reporter was deliberately killed
Reuters via Yahoo! News Mon, 25 Jul 2005 8:26 AM PDT
Lawyers representing the family of a Canadian photographer who died in custody in Iran said on Monday she was deliberately killed and demanded an impartial court retry the case.
Iran reports torture, rights abuses in its prisons
USA Today Sun, 24 Jul 2005 2:48 PM PDT
An unprecedented report resulting from a judicial investigation found widespread human rights violations and torture in Iran's prisons, the state-run media reported Sunday. Iran's constitution forbids torture and the nation has previously denied its use.
|Iran not to
extend Afghan repatriation plan|
Payvand Iran News Mon, 25 Jul 2005 8:02 AM PDT
Director General of the Bureau for Aliens and Foreign Immigrants Affairs (BAFIA) Ahmad Hosseini said in Tehran on Monday that Iran does not intend to extend the Afghan repatriation plan. Speaking to reporters, he added that according to the Geneva agreement, by the end of current Iranian year (March 20) the residence permit of Afghan refugees residing in Iran will have expired.
| IRAN: Activists condemn execution of gay teens|
IRIN Mon, 25 Jul 2005 7:04 AM PDT
ANKARA, 25 Jul 2005 (IRIN) - Human rights groups the world over have strongly condemned the recent execution of two gay teenagers in northeastern Iran.
vs. what Israel was up to this week;
Mountain high for Israeli rescue unit