RS was deported on Friday, 21st October at 6:30 in the morning from Sweden to Iran.
RS arrived in Sweden 11 years ago, applied for asylum, was denied, worked, had a work-related accident, went under surgery, was denied the usual insurance benefits because he was denied asylum, and was handicapped for life. Three days before deportation, he was arrested and detained in Märsta; he was then sent from Arlanda in Stockholm to Iran. Lies den Rest dieses Beitrags
ر.س. نمیبایست دیپورت میشد.
ر.س. امروز صبح ساعت ۶ و۳۰ دقیقه از سوئد به ایران دیپورت شد. ر.س. ۱۱ سال پیش به سوئد آمد ، تقاضای پناهندگی داد ، جواب رد گرفت ، کار کرد ، در محل کار دچار سانحه شد، زیر عمل جراحی رفت، از بیمههای معمول اجتماعی در سوئد به دلیل پاسخ منفی اداره مهاجرت محروم شد. برای همیشه ناقص شد ، ۳ روز قبل از دیپورت دستگیر شد ، به مرشتا منتقل شد و از طریق آرلاندا به تهران فرستاده شد. Lies den Rest dieses Beitrags
URGENT ACTION:Swedish Government to Deport Torture & Execution Risk Rahim Sadrolfozalaey In Hours – PLEASE TAKE ACTION NOW
URGENT: Rahim Sadrolfozalaey (case number: 9-553419) is going to be deported at 6:55am Friday October 21 from Arlanda airport. He has been in Sweden since 2001. His lawyer, Gunnel Stenberg, promised to file his case with the EU Court of Human Rights but informed his client a t 20:30 hours the night before the deportation that his computer was broken and he was not able to complete the filing. Lies den Rest dieses Beitrags
On Thursday, 6 October 2011, Fouad Velzi received notice of his impending release from Märsta detention center, where he was being held pending deportation to Iran. He was released later the same day.
Fouad is a Kurdish Iranian political asylum-seeker and anti-regime activist. As a member of both the Kurdish Democratic Party of Iran and Mission Free Iran, organizations that actively oppose the Islamic Republic of Iran, if he had been returned to Iran, he would have certainly faced severe persecution.
EIL: Danish police illegally arrest 14 activists at a demonstration in support of political prisoners at the Embassy of Islamic Republic of Iran in Copenhagen
On October 5, 2011, a group of peaceful protesters who had gathered outside of the embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Copenhagen, Denmark, were illegally arrested by the Danish police.
The demonstrators were peacefully and lawfully displaying placards objecting to the recent arrests and long prison sentences of worker activists in Iran when the police began to restrain the demonstrators and take them into custody, in clear violation of their civil and human rights.
Interview with Lawyer of Javid Houtan Kian, Courageous Advocate of Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani [ENG & FA]
The below is an interview conducted by HRANA with the former lawyer of Javid Houtan Kian, who courageously defended Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani against a stoning execution in Iran. For the past year, Houtan Kian has been held under severe torture as a political prisoner – because he defended his client.
Farsi at the end…
Fouad was born in 1354 (1976) in Orumieh. This date coincides with the increase in
organizational and propagandistic activities by Kurdish opposition groups in Iran and Iraq, which were again on the rise after the defeat of the Barazanis. Fouad’s father, like many others, was in contact with the Democratic Party of Iranian Kurdistan, which was asking for some national rights, including autonomy from the central government. Fouad’s father’s activities against the Islamic Republic continued for 14 years, and his profile became known in the region. Fouad also joined the Democratic Party of Iranian Kurdistan in his early years, and as a member of its underground organization supported the logistics and supplies division for the Democratic Party until the date of his arrest.
We have very little time before the Swedish government goes forward with its illegal decision to deport Mitra Kahrom to the bloody hands of the Islamic Republic, on Friday 2 September. It is up to us to make sure that doesn’t happen by phoning and faxing the Swedish authorities and putting pressure on them. Keep in mind that the decision in Mitra’s case has implications for at least 2 other women who have fled shari’a persecution; if Mitra is deported, those other two are at higher risk of deportation as well.
Background for Mitra’s case:
Mitra is both a political activist against the Islamic Republic regime, and a victim of persecution under the Islamic Republic’s shari’a law. More details about her case can be found in the following articles:
Article 1. The Islamic Republic Should Know that Until the Fall of This Regime, Mitra Kahrom Will Fight.
Article 2. Mitra Kahrom: Because She Is A Woman.
The Mothers of Peace: This is a group of Kurdish mothers from Turkey who have gone out and used their bodies as human shields to block the roads so that the Turkish military cannot pass. Peace Mother Hava Kıran made a brief announcement saying, „We are blocking traffic so soldiers do not die. This action is a natural right of mothers. We closed this road so no more mothers are hurt.“
Please send an email based on this letter to the European Union to help stop the attacks on the people in Iraqi Kurdistan.
To the European Parliament:
I am writing to express my deep concern about the attacks by the Turkish government and the Islamic Republic of Iran against people in Iraqi Kurdistan, against their villages, homes, and livelihoods.
I want the European Union to pressure the government of Turkey and the Islamic Republic of Iran to stop their attacks immediately, and to compensate the people in Iraqi Kurdistan for the losses of lives, homes, livelihoods, and infrastructure, all of which have been destroyed in these illegal attacks.
I also want the European Union to condemn the media blackout on Iraqi Kurdistan that has been imposed by the Iraqi government. The EU should demand that the Iraqi government immediately lift all restrictions on the access of international media to the area.
September 3, 2011: Global Demonstrations in Defense of People in Iraqi Kurdistan and against the Atrocities of the Islamic Republic of Iran & the Turkish Government!
What is happening?
For the past several weeks, people in Iraqi Kurdistan have been the targets of military operations by both the Islamic Republic of Iran and by the Turkish military.
The Turkish government and the Islamic Republic claim that the reason they are launching air and ground assaults in this region is to defend against attacks by armed militants. But in fact, these governments are attacking villages, farms, livestock, and civilian vehicles. They are targeting the people in Iraqi Kurdistan, and using the armed militants as an excuse to justify their atrocities.