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Six Sunni Kurdish Prisoners Were Executed Wednesday morning in Rajaishahr prison of Karaj چاپ ارسال به دوست
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 Six Sunni Kurdish Prisoners Were Executed Wednesday morning in Rajaishahr prison of Karaj
 
Iran Human Rights,
 
March 4, 2015:
 
Six death row Kurdish Sunni prisoners who had been transferred to an unknown location yesterday, have been executed.
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Iran Human Rights (IHR) strongly condemns this inhumane act and holds the Iranian authorities’ leader Ali Khamenei responsible for this barbaric act

According to reliable reports from Iran, the  six Sunni Muslim prisoners, Jamshid and Jahangir Dehgani (brothers), Hamed Ahmadi and Kamal Molayee, Sedigh Mohammadi and Hadi Hosseini belonging to the Kurdish ethnic minority in Iran were executed early Wednesday morning in Rajaishahr prison of Karaj.

Their families and several well known human rights defenders and other people had gathered outside the prison several hours before the execution.

Iran Human Rights (IHR) strongly condemns executions of the six prisoners and urges the international community to condemn this barbaric act.

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In Remembrance of the Victims of Halabja, Kobani and Şengal چاپ ارسال به دوست
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In Remembrance of the Victims of Halabja, Kobani and Şengal
 
 
Please Join the Kurdish Community Center Of California in Remembrance of the victims of Halabja, Kobani, and Sengal
 
 
 
 
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Amnesty International’s Annual Report; year 2014 چاپ ارسال به دوست
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Amnesty International’s Annual Report provides a comprehensive overview of the state of human rights in 160 countries over the course of 2014.
 
  "This has been a devastating year for those seeking to stand up for human rights and for those caught up in the suffering of war zones."
 
By Salil Shetty, Secretary General at Amnesty International
 
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Governments pay lip service to the importance of protecting civilians. And yet the world's politicians have miserably failed to protect those in greatest need. Amnesty International believes that this can and must finally change.

International humanitarian law - the law that governs the conduct of armed conflict - could not be clearer. Attacks must never be directed against civilians. The principle of distinguishing between civilians and combatants is a fundamental safeguard for people caught up in the horrors of war.

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Amnesty International: HUMAN RIGHTS FACTS & FIGURES FOR 2014 چاپ ارسال به دوست
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Amnesty International : 
 
HUMAN RIGHTS FACTS & FIGURES FOR 2014
 
25 February 2015

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In 2014, Amnesty International recorded and investigated human rights abuses in 160 countries and territories worldwide.

While progress is being made in some areas, for many people the human rights situation is getting worse. 
(Statistics are not exhaustive and refer to 160 countries where Amnesty International documented or received information from credible sources on specific human rights violations during 2014, unless otherwise stated.)

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Authorities in Iran must stop playing games with Saman Naseem’s relatives چاپ ارسال به دوست
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Authorities in Iran must stop playing games with Saman Naseem’s relatives
 
02/22/2015 

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Iran: Death row juvenile offender at risk of secret execution

Iranian officials’ refusal to provide the family of Saman Naseem, a death row juvenile offender who was due to be executed this morning, with information about his fate and whereabouts has sparked fears that he is at risk of being tortured or secretly executed, said Amnesty International.

Saman Naseem was transferred from Oroumieh Central Prison to an unknown location on 18 February 2015. Prison officials told the family to collect his belongings on Saturday.

“The lack of news about Saman Naseem’s fate or whereabouts with prison officers denying his family any information is cruel and inhuman,” said Hassiba Hadj Sahraoui, Amnesty International’s Deputy Director for the Middle East and North Africa.

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