These from our friends in Iran.
5 September 2010. The very low turn out on Quds Day and the media boycott of this event has led regime officials to examine the reasons behind this failure on Quds Day. One example of this evaluation was published by the state-run Farda Website in which Ismail Ahmadi Moqadam, the head of the State Security Forces, said that carrying out security maneuvers before Quds Day was ‘bad taste’. But he claimed that the maneuver was for ‘robbers and other like them’. Farda wrote: Ismail Ahmad Moqadam implicitly criticized the Prevention Maneuver on Thursday (September 2). This maneuver was to counter armed robbers and other criminals. The head of the State Security Forces said that carrying out this police maneuver a day before Quds Day was ‘bad taste’. Ahmadi Moqadam said that the carrying out the Crime Prevention Maneuver one day before Quds might ‘have been because of the bad taste of our colleagues on choosing the day of the maneuver”. On Thursday, the streets of Tehran were filled with police forces one day before Quds Day. The head of the Tehran Security forces immediately reacted to rumors regarding the heavy police presence and said that it was part of the ‘Prevention’ plan.
September 4, 2010. German Radio broad casted the false claims of Manuchehr Mottaki the foreign minister of Islamic Republic in an interview with weekly Eshpigel: Nobody has been executed in Iran because of political reasons. This June, the country’s supreme bureau, confirmed the execution of Mohammad Ali Haji Aqaii and Jafar Kazemi for cooperation with PMOI. They both were arrested after election. Nasim Naghavi attorney of Mr. Jafar Kazemi said to Dutch Veleh that his client was arrested in September 2009, he was in prison for his political activities for 10 years and he was set free at 1991. Mrs. Ghanavi says that his client’s sentence is due to be implemented and we are expecting his execution. According to Mrs. Ghanavi, he is sentenced to fight against God through relation with PMOI group and this is the reason for his execution and when we complained to section 28 of the court, they referred the file to section 36 of Tehran’s court which unfortunately the vote was confirmed and now this vote is definite and is going to be implemented imminently. Farah Vazehan and Mohammad Ali Sarami are two other captives of Ashura Day. They both are sentenced to death, Farah Vazehan mother of two is convicted of taking pictures and films at this day. Her court was in August and in the court she was sentenced to death because of having relation with PMOI.
September 4, 2010. International campaign against stoning and execution sentence of Sakineh Mohammadi has caused intolerance reactions from the Mullah’s regime. Yesterday a large poster of Sakineh Mohammadi was installed in front of Prime ministry palace and the municipality building in Rome. Italian Prime ministry declared this picture will remain until Sakineh is set free. Mullahs called Italian act as intervention. One official media called, Ati news wrote: installation of a main Iranian criminal in central city of Italy. A large picture of an Iranian woman, who killed her husband in cooperation with another man, was installed in Kolona square with western agents of Italy. A report by an international reporter of Ati news says that a large picture of a woman who is culprit of adultery and murder is installed near Italian prime ministry.
Franko Fratini the foreign Minister and Mar Karfania the equal chances minister are organizers of this interventional act. These two persons are also famous in Europian predicate and political circles for their support of Zionist regime. This photo is installed on the building belonging to Equal Chances ministry. Fratini and Karfania by saying some false claims against the Islamic republic said that this picture will stay there as long as she is safely freed. Andrea Berdochi one of Florance officials said he had chosen this unusual place on purpose because this place is being visited by Italian and foreign tourists. Western authorities after their fail in showing nuclear activities of our country, they now want to condemn Islamic republic in violation of human rights. As a reminder, the attorney of Sakineh Mohammadi and her children said that her claims where all have been taken from her under torture and pressures and they have no value. Sakineh Mohammadi’s son in an interview with foreign Medias has said that the so called mullah’s court had destroyed all the documents of her files that has pointed out the contradictions which was in her file.
On 31th of August a Topoloph (Tupolov) airplane belonging to KishAir airway agency, when it was leaving Mashhad to Tehran, in the airport was stricken by its tire fire and was stopped in the Airport. A day ago on 30th of August, flight no. 088 of Mahan airplane agency, which was supposed to take the passengers in 2315 o’ clock from Shiraz to Tehran, but after 8 hours delay, the flight was canceled and the passengers were transferred to Tehran by another flight. 4 days before this event, on 26th of August in less than a day, 3 air accidents occurred. According to reports in 4 years ago, more than 480 people have lost their lives in air accidents in Iran. The aircraft experts say that due to mismanagement and corruption, this regime is preventing maintenance and checking airplanes. Los Angles Times newspaper wrote: Iran’s Aircraft with 14 deadly military and nonmilitary accidents, since the year 2000, has a history of deadly technical fails, 7 of these 14 accidents has been during Ahmadinejad’s presidency.
September 4, 2010. A group of Qazvin’s Naznakh Spinning Factory staged a gathering outside the plant, protesting over 6 months of delayed and unpaid wages. “I haven’t paid my mortgage for 4 months, and no one is listening to us,” a protesting worker said. “My children haven’t even seen meat for 8 months.” Furthermore, 180 workers of Qazvin’s Alborz Porcelain Factory gathered on Tuesday, demanding 12 months of delayed and unpaid wages and protesting an order to close down the factory. Workers of Shiraz’s Long Distance Telecommunications are continuing their protests over 17 months of unpaid wages.
September 4, 2010. A cleric close to the Iranian regime says poverty in Iran has spun out of control. “On the other hand,” he added, “we see the enormous money provided to some people whose status is well known.” Mullah Nasser Makarem Shirazi also referred to the hefty financial contracts involving actors and athletes. He added, “Moreover, a substantial amount of money is spent out of the government budget on individuals who are described as Iranians living abroad.” There are villages which are deprived of the most basic medical services and residents have to jump into the river to bathe, Shirazi said. His comments were apparently targeting a state-organized “conference of Iranians abroad,” which took place last month in Tehran for the second consecutive year and was run by a close aide to the mullahs’ President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
People who attended the gathering had their expenses paid in full by the Ahmadinejad government during their three day visit to Iran. Some observers say the so-called conference was organized by Tehran to dispel its image as an isolated regime and to spur foreign investment. But, even members of Ahmadinejad’s own faction began to lash out at the decision and even the participants. Some said the attendees did not come to invest but instead were motivated by an all expense paid trip to the country.