Taraneh's fate over at Iranian Leftists: (hat tip Diane)
Taraneh M. is a 28 year old trainee beautician who was arrested more than two weeks ago by security forces on the fringe of the rally on 7th tir (28th june).
Reports indicate that her family were told that she was in danger due to damage to her anus and womb.
According to reports, this young woman was arrested by plain clothes security forces at 6 pm after participating in the 7th tir ceremony at Ghoba mosque. While after interrogation all other detainees were brought to Nobonyad police station by basij and intelligence agents, the plain clothes agents kept Taraneh in a building near Hosseinie Ershad.
According to witnesses, while most of the participants in the ceremony were dressed in normal clothes and trainers, Taraneh was wearing chic clothes and high-heeled shoes, and caught the interrogators’ attention because of her hairstyle, make-up and beauty.
When Taraneh’s family, who live in Jeyhoun Street in West Tehran, went to look for her at Nobonyad police station, the officers at the station said they didn’t know anything about her. But the other detainees told the family that Taraneh was in custody with the Basijis and hadn’t been turned over to the police station. This made the family even more worried.
The probability the she had been gang raped increased when a couple of days later an unidentified person telephoned the family and said that after an “accident” Taraneh had been admitted to Imam Khomeini Hospital in Karaj because of tears in her womb and anus.
After several days of searching, her family at last found Taraneh’s car, which had been parked near Ghoba mosque, and they went to inquire at Imam Khomeini hospital in Karaj. One of the nurses confirmed that an unconscious girl matching Taraneh’s description had been brought in by plain clothes forces and had been removed again after a couple of hours. This girl’s particulars hadn’t been entered in the hospital records.
This increases the suspicion that Taraneh M. may have been raped by the Basijis and security forces and may even have died. But her family won’t yet accept this and hope that if they follow the advice of the police, i.e. to keep quiet, they will be able to trace their daughter
3:53 pm: Names of the 13 people executed in Zahedan today: Manucher Shahbakhsh, Mohammad-Hasan Shahouzehi, Faezeh Abdol-Razzagh Rashidi (woman), Yaqub Gomshadzehi, Abdol-Vasat Shihak, Idris Navatizehi, Abdol-Qiyass Naroei, Abdol-Sabur Rakhshani, Asadollah Vafaei, Abdol-Khalegh Mir-Baluchzehi, Tareq Abadian, Yahya Rigi, Khalil-Ahmad Rigi May the all rest in peace (hat tip Banafsheh)
AND SHAME on the Christian Science Monitor for towing the LIES of the Mullahs by describing these innocent Iranians as "Sunni rebels". Christian Science Monitor has ALWAYS been a little TOO FRIENDLY to the Islamic Republic and it has turned out to be one of the most useful idiot tools of that filthy regime. SHAME on them.
Yes, I did not run the stories the media was running - and the mullahs' Sunni lies. Shame on the world press. Savages.
Obama released executioners of Americans to Ahmadinejad: Obama Frees Iranian Terror Masters (Andrew McCarthy): "The release of the Irbil Five is a continuation of a shameful policy."
The five Iranians released Thursday in Iraq, were given a hero's welcome at Tehran's Mehrabad Airport, as a crowd of well-wishers and family members greeted them on the tarmac
Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Muttaqi embraced the men, as friends and relatives carried them on their shoulders into the airport. Muttaqi later gave a press conference, surrounded by the five, complaining that the United States had detained them "illegally."
Obama releases the executioners back into Iran, while sanctioning the genocide against the Iranian people by these very same savages.
It was on the morning of the 11th of July that the secret police forcibly entered the flat of Majid and arrested him in front of his wife and children. He was taken to a secret location and his flat was raided, with the authorities taking into custody tape recordings and other personal possessions. Majid Saeedi was the prominent photographer of Iranike and nine other publications since 1998. In 2001, in collaboration with Time magazine, Majid covered the war in Afghanistan and garnered 4 prizes with Japanese news source Asahi Shimbun.
Satyar Emami, a fellow photo journalist disappeared sometime between the hours of Saturday and did not turn up for work on Sunday afternoon. His disappearance has been linked to that of Majid’s arrest.
The photos are of Majid, taken on the 31st May 2009.