Sunday, April 22, 2012


Anti-riot armored unit deployed to suppress Liberty residents
According to National Council of Resistance of Iran dated April 20th, an anti-riot motorized unit with armored vehicles and heavy machine-guns has been deployed in Liberty since 6.30, Friday, April 20. The unit is now based at four corners of the camp and the police station. NCRI’s statement added that this reminds of the deployment of Iraqi armored vehicles in Ashraf on April 3, 2011 and is truly an alarming sign indicating the ominous intentions on the verge of Maliki’s trip to Iran and his meeting with Khamenei who has always sought the annihilation of the Iranian opposition in Iraq.
The previous two massacres of July 2009 and April 2011 in Ashraf were carried out at the behest of Khamenei. Preparing another bloody suppression in the prison called Liberty will leave off the peaceful solution and all further transfers from Ashraf to this site. 

An Iranian regime’s diplomat was arrested in Brazil this week accusing of Molesting children in a swimming pool in Brasilia. Hekmatollah Ghorbani 51 was reported to have gone under water and touch the girls between 9 and 15 years old in the swimming pool. The Iranian regime’s embassy said in a statement that this was a “cultural misunderstanding”. What the Iranian regime is reffering to is Ayatollah Khomeini’s description Manual which says an adualt man can get sexual pleaser from an infant by rubbing against her in the crib. Ghorbani was transferred to Iran a short time after his release due to diplomatic immunity. According to Shiea News who called Ghorbani a Brave Shitte man, the Iranian regime sent an emergency airplane to pick him up in Brazil.

According to CBC-The wife of a Canadian man on death row in Iran says she spoke with her husband, as he waits to learn his fate and the Canadian government pleads for his release. Antonella Mega has been fighting since 2008 to free her husband, Hamid Ghassemi-Shall. “He was in tears,” Mega told CBC News on Monday. She said he’s been told that his execution may be coming soon. The Iranian-born Ghassemi-Shall, 43, Immigrated to Canada after Iran’s 1979 revolution, and most recently lived in Toronto. He was arrested four years ago while visiting family, and was later charged with espionage. He was sentenced to death in 2009. His wife Mega says: Ghassemi-Shall is not a spy. “Hamid doesn’t understand how this could actually happen, but it seems that the level of sensitivity in Iran towards people who live in the West is increased.” Mr. Ghassemi-shall is awaiting execution in Tehran’s notorious Evin prison, where another Canadian — photojournalist Zahra Kazemi of Montreal - was beaten, raped and killed in 2003. Another Canadian resident, web programmer Saeed Malekpour of Richmond Hill, Ont. is also on death row in Evin prison. Malekpour, who was born in Iran, is charged with setting up a website that was used to post pornography. He maintains his innocence and says he was tortured into confessing to crimes against Islam. Prime Minister Stephen Harper said: “Canadian government officials have been working at all levels for some time to urge fair judicial process and clemency in this case and we’re working with our international partners, and I think our view is known and the government of Iran should know, the whole world will be watching and they will cast judgment if terrible and inappropriate things are done in this case.” Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird also spoke out on behalf of Ghassemi-Shall on Sunday, calling for him to be released on compassionate and humanitarian grounds. Amnesty International has also been involved, recently writing an open letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper asking him to personally intervene.
The Iranian judiciary has sentenced labour activist Reza Shahabi to six years in jail and a five-year ban from labour activism. Shahabi was arrested in June of 2010 and has been held in custody ever since. The committee for the defence of Reza Shahabi says the activist, who was an executive member of the Vahed bus drivers’ union, was sentenced to one year in jail for “propaganda activities against the regime” and another five years for “collusion to act against national security.”