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چهار کارشناس حقوق بشر سازمان ملل : ” ایران اعدام ها را فورا متوقف کند”

چهار کارشناس حقوق بشر سازمان ملل : ” ایران اعدام ها را فورا متوقف کند”

وبلاگ/آخرین خبرها ۱۳۹۰٫۶٫۳۱


در  ۳۱ شهریور ۱۳۹۰، طی یک بیانیۀ مشترک، چهار گزارشگر ویژۀ سازمان ملل متحد در امور اعدامهای فراقانونی (کریستوف هاینز)، شکنجه (خوان مندز)،  استقلال قضات (گابریلا ناول) و حقوق بشر در ایران (احمد شهید) اعدام اخیر یک نوجوان در ایران را محکوم کردند و از ایران خواستند تا فورا مجازات اعدام را متوقف کند. (متن کامل بیانیه در ذیل)

دیروز، ۳۰ شهریور ۱۳۹۰، مقامات ایرانی یک متهم ۱۷ ساله به نام علیرضا ملاسلطانی را در ملاء عام اعدام کردند.  تحت میثاق حقوق کودک و میثاق بین المللی حقوق مدنی و سیاسی، اعدام افراد برای جرایمی که زیر سن ۱۸ سال مرتکب شده اند غیر قانونی است.  ایران از امضاء کنندگان هر دو معاهده می باشد.  اما ایران همچنان یکی از تنها کشورهایی است که هنوز افراد زیر ۱۸ سال را اعدام می کند.  با اعدام علیرضا ملاسلطانی، ایران در سال جاری حداقل سه نوجوان زیر ۱۸ سال را اعدام کرده است.

کمپین بین المللی حقوق بشر در ایران مکررا نگرانی خویش از اعدام های سرسام آور ایران، که اکثریت قریب باتفاق آنان با استانداردهای بین المللی منطبق نیستند را اعلام کرده است.  سرانۀ اعدام در ایران از کلیۀ کشورهای دیگر در جهان بالاتر است و از نظر تعداد کل اعدام ها، ایران پس از چین در مقام دوم در جهان قرار دارد.  تنها در فاصلۀ بین ۱۰ تا ۳۱ شهریور، ایران ۵۱ نفر را اعدام کرده است.


Ahmadinejad vor der UN – Medienberichte aus dem In- und Ausland / Several delegations walk out on Ahmadinejad speech

UN: Iran’s Mahmoud Ahmadinejad speaks; many diplomats walk out

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REPORTING FROM THE UNITED NATIONS — Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Thursday denounced the United States and its European allies from the UN General Assembly podium as arms-wielding colonialist oppressors who were wrecking the world economy, 

Iranian President Slams US in Speech at UN General Assembly

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| AP AP Sept. 22: Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad speaks during the 66th session of the United Nations General Assembly at UN headquarters. UNITED NATIONS – American diplomats led a walkout at the UN General Assembly Thursday as Iran’s President 

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Ahmadinejad says Killing of Bin-Laden was part of U.S. Cover-up

  • Blames U.S. and West for all world’s ills
  • Many diplomats walk out in protest

 

United Nations, Sept 22 – Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Thursday said the United States, the West and “Zionists” were responsible for all of the world’s ills and suggested that the killing of Osama bin Laden was part of a cover-up to prevent the truth about the 9/11 attacks from emerging.

At his annual address to the United Nations General Assembly, Ahmadinejad built on his 2010 speech in which he alleged that the United States had orchestrated the 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, which killed almost 3,000 people, to create a pretext for the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq.

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Roundup of Today’s International News 22/09/11

AHMADINEJAD AT THE UN

Walkout at U.N. as Ahmadinejad speaks
Delegations from the United States and several European nations walked out of the U.N. General Assembly Thursday during Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s speech, in which he blamed the United States for several international problems and said some countries use the Holocaust as an “excuse to pay ransom… to Zionists.” In his remarks, Ahmadinejad called the September 11, 2001, attacks “mysterious” and said they were a pretext for a U.S.-led war against Afghanistan and Iraq. He also placed blame on the United States for the global financial crisis, among other issues. Lies den Rest dieses Beitrags

EIL – UN-Vollversammlung: Ahmadinejad sorgt wieder einmal für einen Eklat!

Irans Präsident Mahmoud Ahmadinejad hat am Donnerstag erneut einen Eklat in der UNO-Vollversammlung in New York provoziert. Dutzende Delegierte verließen den Saal, als der Präsident den Westen und die USA für Weltkriege, Massenmord und Vertreibung verantwortlich mache. Die US-Delegation wie auch zahlreiche Europäer äußerten auf diese Weise ihren Protest. “Einige europäische Länder nutzen jetzt noch, nach sechs Jahrzehnten, den Holocaust als Ausrede, die Zionisten in Israel mit Geld zu versorgen”, sagte Ahmadinejad laut UNO-Übersetzung am Donnerstag vor der UNO-Vollversammlung in New York. Bereits in den vergangenen Jahren hatte Ahmadinejad seine Auftritte vor der Generalversammlung zum verbalen Rundumschlag gegen den Westen genutzt.

Walkout at U.N. as Ahmadinejad speaks
Delegations from the United States and several European nations walked out of the U.N. General Assembly Thursday during Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s speech, in which he blamed the United States for several international problems and said some countries use the Holocaust as an “excuse to pay ransom… to Zionists.” In his remarks, Ahmadinejad called the September 11, 2001, attacks “mysterious” and said they were a pretext for a U.S.-led war against Afghanistan and Iraq. He also placed blame on the United States for the global financial crisis, among other issues.

“Stop Executions,” Four UN Human Rights Experts Tell Iran


http://www.iranhumanrights.org/2011/09/un-experts-condemn-juvenile-execution/

 

On 22 September 2011 four United Nations Special Rapporteurs for executions, torture, human rights in Iran, and independence of the judiciary, issued a joint statement condemning Iran’s recent execution of a juvenile and called for the country to immediately institute a moratorium on the death penalty. (Full Statement Below)

Eye on Iran: Ahmadinejad To Address U.N. General Assembly As Protests Mount Around NYC

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CBS New York: “Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will address the United Nations General Assembly today. He arrived in New York Wednesday, the same day Iran released two American hikers who have been held for two years on suspicion of spying… According to Iranian media, Ahmadinejad’s speech will focus on global management and fundamental reform of the U.N. Protests are expected outside of the U.N. before and during Ahmadinejad’s time at the podium. Security has also been tight around Manhattan’s Warwick Hotel, where Ahmadinejad is staying. Last year, the Iranian president held a news conference there and had 30 police officers and two firefighters assigned to him full-time… The group United Against Nuclear Iran has also been protesting outside of the Warwick, demanding the hotel “reconsider its decision to host Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and his cohorts during their stay,” according to the group’s website… Protestors have also been peddling around the Warwick and the U.N. with ‘bicycle billboards’ condemning Iran, its leader and the hotel. Thursday afternoon, the group plans to continue its protest outside the hotel with an Ahmadinejad impersonator and street performances.” http://t.uani.com/otjmwG

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Iran News Round Up (Sep. 22)

Summary
Lawmaker says no need for president in Iran; Columbia University cancels Ahmadinejad’s meeting with professors; Kayhan accuses U.S., Saudi Arabia of complicity in assassination of former Afghan president Rabbani; Ahmadinejad urges recognition of Palestinian state at U.N.; Iran’s defense minister blasts NATO’s anti-ballistic missile system in Turkey Lies den Rest dieses Beitrags

We Demand an End to Assad’s Regime. We Demand Effective Protection for Syrian Revolutionary People. We Demand Responsibility and Accountability.

Thousands of Syrian women and children blocked a main coastal highway Wednesday, 13 April 2011, demanding authorities release detainees picked up during a crackdown on opponents of dictator Bashar Assad’s authoritarian regime.

The inhumanity of dictator Bashar al Assad is appalling and apocalyptic. People in Syria have been under a prolonged and bloody assault by Assad’s forces, the violent repression is increasing on a daily basis, while governments around the world have kept their silence.

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