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Amnesty International Actions on Kurdish in Iran چاپ ارسال به دوست
Amnesty International_USA   


Human Rights Concerns

Amnesty International continues to document serious human violations including detention of human rights defenders and other prisoners of conscience, unfair trials, torture and mistreatment in detention, deaths in custody and the application of the death penalty. Iran has one of the highest number of recorded executions of any country in the world. Amnesty International is particularly concerned about the execution of children and individuals who were minors when their crimes were alleged to have taken place.

Amnesty International has reported extensively on a number of human rights abuses--including large-scale arrests, incommunicado detention and torture--have taken place in the context of recent unrest among the country's Arab and Kurdish and Azeri ethnic minorities. Demonstrations held to protest violations have been met with indiscriminate use of violence; several of the victims have been children. Religious minority


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The Politics of Post-Modern Genocide in Turkey چاپ ارسال به دوست
By Luqman Barwari   
After reading the recent article by Mr. Salater Bakhtavar in, it appears from his article in reference to the recent conflict and the Turkish aggression against Southern Kurdistan (North Iraq), is merely a response to terrorism, and maintaining the stability in the region. I believe Mr. Bakhtavar has been certainly mis-informed, or this is just another attempt by his narrow minded propaganda to twist the truth. Therefore, I thought I should response to Mr. Baktavar and state some facts about the "Poltics of Post-Modern Geneocide in Turkey"
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Kurdish Teacher Tortured, Sentenced to Death چاپ ارسال به دوست
Human Rights Watch   

Washington, DC, farzad_kamangar.jpg- The Iranian judiciary should revoke the death sentence of Kurdish teacher Farzad Kamangar, Human Rights Watch said today. Kamangar was active in a number of civil society organizations
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Kurdish-American communities demonstrate against Turkey's aggression چاپ ارسال به دوست
Azad Moradian   
stop_turkish.gifThis week, several Kurdish-American communities and supporters across the United States are expected to demonstrate again in several cities in response to the recent invasion of Iraqi Kurdistan by the Turkish military. Kurdish-American communities in each city have coordinated with one another to launch demonstrations during the same week in order to express a unified opposition to months of bombings by the Turkish military and the recent invasion of Iraqi Kurdistan.
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A Report on the International Conference on Kurdish Women for Peace and Equality چاپ ارسال به دوست
Soraya Fallah   







Distinguished guests 

Ladies and Gentleman,

I am honored to speak today as the Chairperson of the International conference on Kurdish women for Peace and Equality and to have the privilege to give you an update on this historic event. I welcome you each.
 On March 8th, 2007 the Kurdish National Congress of North America held its first International Women's Conference in Southern Kurdistan in Erbil (Hewler).

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