The students of Bou-Ali Sina University of Hamadan (western Iran) held a gathering to protest the suppressive atmosphere of the universities. Chanting the slogans 'jailed students must be released', the students asked for release of their prisoner classmates. The students continued their gathering with singing the songs' school friend', ' dawn bird' and ' Oh , Iran' and announced ' University is alive likewise and the conscious student won’t bear the atmosphere dominating the universities.'
Khorasan state run daily in Iran wrote the Iranian judiciary system of the Iranian regime in Iran issued death sentences for a young boy and a girl by the by the names of Saber and Liyda in Tehran.In a statement issued by the Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance after executions of six prisoners in Kerman, Isfahan and Bandar Abass, Iranian resistance called on the United Nations Secretary General, U.N. human rights High Commission, current General Assembly of the U.N. and all international human rights organizations to condemn the brutal violation of human rights and adopt urgent measures to stop executions in Iran.
Iranian regime has hanged four men in Bandar Abbas, and another in the central city of Isfahan, the official press reported on Sunday. A man identified as Asghar Gh., 27, was hanged in Isfahan on Saturday, the official Kayhan daily reported. A report in the Etemad daily identified only one of the men hanged in Bandar Abbas as F.M., a 33-year-old.
******The Associated Press reported on Wednesday that Interpol put five Iranians and a Lebanese man on its most-wanted list Wednesday in connection with a 1994 bombing that killed 85 people at a Jewish community center in Argentina. Iranian delegates said the annual Interpol general assembly in Morocco voted 78-14, with 26 abstentions, to issue wanted notices for the six suspects. "We have achieved something that we have been hoping for, for a long time," said Alberto Nisman, the chief Argentine prosecutor in the case. Argentine prosecutors alleged that Iranian officials orchestrated the bombing in Buenos Aires - Argentina's worst terror attack - and entrusted the Lebanon-based militant group Hezbollah with carrying it out. No one has been convicted in Argentina in connection with the blast, in which a van stuffed with explosives leveled the seven-story Jewish center and shook Argentina's 200,000-strong Jewish community. The six wanted notices are for former Iranian intelligence chief Ali Fallahian; Mohsen Rabbani, former cultural attache at the Iranian Embassy in Buenos Aires; former diplomat Ahmad Reza Asghari; Mohsen Rezaei, former leader of the elite Revolutionary Guards; Ahmad Vahidi, a general in the Revolutionary Guards; and Hezbollah militant Imad Moughnieh, one of the world's most sought-after terror suspects. Moughnieh, whose whereabouts are unknown, is wanted for his alleged role in the kidnapping of Westerners in Lebanon in the 1980s, and suicide attacks on the U.S. Embassy and a Marine base in Lebanon that killed more than 260 Americans.
According to reports from northeastern city of Birjand, Ahmadinejad canceled his scheduled speech in the University of that City in fear of facing students’ anger and protests.Reports say the Science and Education Minister in Ahmadinejad cabinet who attended the Birjand University on Wednesday Nov. 7 said: Ahmadinejad personally canceled his scheduled speech in the university. He said instead of making speech in the Birjand University, Ahmadinejad is going to open officially the Shargh technical college (the College of Shargh was built in 1991 and its official opening ceremony was held in 1997).After being informed of Ahmadinejad ’s presence, the students of the College of Shargh staged a gathering in front of the college. This made the regime to announce that Ahmadinejad’s visit to this college was also canceled and Minister of Science would attend the ceremony instead. The students staged a gathering anyhow in front of the college canteen to protest Ahmadinejad presence.
Reuters reported on Sat. That Iran's Supreme Court has upheld the death sentence on a Kurdish dissident journalist convicted of charges including spying, his lawyer said on Friday.A Revolutionary Court in the western Kurdish city of Marivan sentenced Adnan Hassanpour to death in July.Reporters Without Borders (RSF), a Paris-based media watchdog, has called the death sentences against Hassanpour )Botimar( "outrageous and shameful".