Iran: regime opponents are “God’s enemies” (II)

Global Voices:

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Two bloggers and members of the “Committee of Human Rights” (Chrr), Mehrdad Rahimi and Kouhyar Goudarzi (photographed above: Goudarzi, left, and Rahimi, right) have been accused of wanting to wage “a war against God,” and charged as being “Mohareb” (enemies of God). Their charges are similar to those against the two men who were executed this week in Tehran.Reporters without Borders writes other bloggers who are members of the committee have also been arrested in recent weeks. They are Parisa Kakei, who was arrested on January 2; Shiva Nazar Ahari on December 24; and Said Kanaki and Said Jalali on December 1. They are all still being held in Section 209 of Tehran’s notorious Evin prison and are being subjected to considerable pressure to name other members of the committee and to call for it to be disbanded.

Read it all. And yet, no international movement neither protests against this brutal campaign from Iranian Government.

Before: Iran: regime’s opponents are God’s enemies.

5 comments on “Iran: regime opponents are “God’s enemies” (II)

  1. Ahmadinejad and the mullahs will stand for no dissent whatsoever.

    As the regime feels more and more threatened, the silencing of voices will escalate.

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