Se llama Maryam Hosseinjhah, es periodista y se le ha impuesto una fianza de mil millones de rials o lo que es lo mismo de 107.000 dólares. Su delito: hacer propaganda contra el sistema y difundir mentiras por publicar falsas noticias en las webs Zanestán y Cambio para la Igualdad. En ellos escribió artículos sobre las "leyes discriminatorias" para la mujer en la República islámica.
Iran has arrested a journalist and women’s rights activist for writing articles on “discriminatory laws” for women in the Islamic republic, a press report said on Tuesday.
“Maryam Hosseinkhah, journalist and women’s activist was arrested on Sunday,” the reformist Sarmayeh newspaper said.
“She was issued with a one-billion-rial (107,000 dollar) bail, which she could not afford and so was taken to prison,” her lawyer, the Nobel peace prize winner Shirin Ebadi, was quoted as saying.
Iran has stepped up arrests of rights advocates and unionists in the past year, detaining prominent figures including labour leader Mansour Osanloo and prisons’ activist Emadeddin Baghi.
“The revolutionary court told Hosseinkhah she was accused of propaganda against the system and spreading lies by publishing false news on Zanestan and Change-For-Equality websites,” the report said.
La última noticia es que ha sido acusada de ser una terrorista.
brutalidad delicadeza del régimen islámico para con los detenidos:
The fact is that Iran is rapidly deteriorating in terms of many measures of civilized life (the last one was being ranked 162 among 168 countries in terms of freedom of press, by RSF). But that’s just the tip of the iceberg — there’s the terror of the sharia police, the increasing drug use among young people, and other social problems.
In the international arena, Iran is on the verge of war because of its president’s behavior and because the Islamic Republic seems obsessed with what it calls “peaceful nuclear technology.”
Mientras ha anunciado que ha enriquecido uranio con éxito:
Iran's Vice President Gholam Reza Aghazadeh has announced Iran has produced its own enriched uranium nuclear fuel pellets for the first time. He said the pellets are to power its heavy water research reactor, still under construction. Iran on Saturday rejected the UN atomic watchdog's demand for more inspections of its nuclear sites, the ISNA news agency reported. The International Atomic Energy Agency made the demand as it wrapped up a two-day debate on Iran's disputed atomic drive on Friday. Iran also rejected the IAEA's demand that it suspend uranium enrichment. Tehran has so far been hit with two sets of Security Council sanctions for refusing to halt uranium enrichment.
Con razón la AIEA no podía certificar:
con toda seguridad que no haya material o actividades nucleares no declaradas en Irán".
Como que ya se había negado a que les inspeccionaran. Y mientras los uropedos diciendo que Irán estaba colaborando:
EU troika, inclusive of Germany, Britain and France, here Friday at IAEA Board of Governors Meeting, confirmed that Iran is effectively cooperating with the IAEA.
Oye, ¿y si para ellos cooperación significa algo distinto de lo que significa para el resto de los mortales?... [Es que estoy intentando encontrarle alguna razón para que estos sean tannnnnnnnnn tonnnnnnnnnnntos...].