“I hold the Iranian Government responsible for the gross human right’s violation’s including 1000 plus executions a year. I have been a blogger for four year’s and have seen Iranian people be tortured,killed,and the women be treated like a dog.The act of throwing acid in the face of a woman that won’t wear a veil is (terroristic in nature ). I strongly condemn the heavy missile attack on Camp Liberty and the attack on MEK members.I have to question the U.S Government making a (Nuclear Deal ) with a country that has a “Death to American’s day”, and a government that terrorizes their people.The Iranian people are in a state of extreme fear and distress all the time and are afraid to speak out.Their prison’s are full of brave activist’s, christian’s,mother’s,father’s and a few American’s.
I often think of the story of Farinaz Khosravi, 26, a young girl who was a maid at a hotel in Mahabad.
She was working in a room when an Iranian agent attempted to sexually assault her. The young Farinaz had two options, (1) allow the assault to happen or (2) Jump four floor’s to her death.The young lady decided to try to jump and did not survive.On the following week demonstrators clashed with police after setting the hotel ablaze, throwing furniture from its rooms. Activists told the Kurdish ARA News that at least two protesters died and over 50 injured after Iranian riot police fired bullets at the crowd to disperse them.
If Farinaz would have allowed the sexual assault to happen,she would have went to prison along with the suspect because neither of them were married (that’s if they believed her story).I have not heard of any arrest in this case as of today.
I think of blogger Satter Beheshti who was beaten to death in prison and his mother who went off on a rant ” In the street’s of Iran”.I wonder if she is still alive or did the Iranian government kill her?
Cyber police interrogator Akbar Taghizadeh was sentenced to three years in prison, two years in exile, and 74 lashes for the murder of dissident blogger Sattar Beheshti, who died under torture while in police detention in November 2012 ( I don’t call that justice).
I believe the U.S government should listen to the NCRI and MEK member’s. I believe they hold the key to their people’s destiny.”
Joe Liska is the owner and author Joe’s Crime Blog/Human Right’s Site. With a background in Criminal Justice, Joe has written extensively on human rights, educating others on the important issues and latest news happening around the world. We thank Joe for sharing his thoughts with us and our readers, and look forward to reading his future pieces. Follow Joe on Twitter: @warpony2310.
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