Sunday, November 20, 2011

UN reports Iran work ‘specific’ to nuke arms
Associated Press reported; the U.N. atomic agency said for the first time Tuesday that Iran is suspected of conducting secret experiments whose sole purpose is the development of nuclear arms, an assessment that draws on 1,000 pages of intelligence and nearly a decade of research. The report by the International Atomic Energy Agency is its most unequivocal yet suggesting that Iran is using the cover of a peaceful nuclear program to produce atomic weaponry. The National Council of Resistance of Iran for the first time revealed the Iranian regime’s Nuclear activity in 2002. 

Iran hangs two men in Qom
Two people were hanged in the city of Qom according to state- run Mehr News Agency on Nov. 10 on alleged drug trafficking offenses. 

Deadly blasts hit Iran arms depot
AlJazeera reported that two powerful blasts at a military base to the west of Tehran have killed more than 15 personal and wounded many more, local media reports say. Hassan Moghadam the most experienced missile commander is among the dead. The semi-official Fars news agency carried a statement by the Revolutionary Guard Corps which said that the blasts occurred on Saturday in an ammunition depot at a base in Bidganeh near the city of Karaj.

Tabriz political prisoners issued letter to UN revealing tortures by Iranian regime’s henchmen in prisons
A group of political prisoners held in the Tabriz Central Prison issued a letter to UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in Iran Ahmad Shaheed, describing only the tip of the iceberg of the tortures and brutal treatment they are receiving in the Iranian regime’s prisons. The political prisoners called on the Special Rapporteur to come to their assistance and pursue their cases.

Iran bans skiing for women without legal chaperons
With the start of the Ski season, the Iranian regime has banned women from entering alone. This is a new order from State Security Forces which even includes women over 18. In this rule, women without “Guardian” or chaperon are banned from entering ski grounds. According to this order, young girls under 18 are not allowed to enter ski grounds without their parents and women above 18 are only allowed to come with their legal guardian. Married women are only permitted inside the ski ramps with their husbands. 

Iran to scrap foreign clothes from shops
The Working Secretary of the Apparel and Fashion Organizing Group said that foreign clothing would be removed from the clothing production line.