Thursday, February 02, 2006

Two more executed in Iran

Two more Iranians were executed, yesterday, by the Islamic republic regime accused of "Murder", "Kidnapping" and "Drug Trafficking". One of these new victims of the barbarian mullahs' regime, who was not identified, was hanged in public in the southern city of Kerman. The second , named as Reza, was hanged in the central prison in the northeastern city of Mashhad. The Islamic republic regime is known for using false labels, such as, "Kidnapping", "Armed Robbery", "Murder", "Drug Trafficking", "Spying" or "Banditism" in order to qualify some of its exasperated opponents. Such policy helps its European, Asian and S. American partners to justify the continuation of their economic relations with a repressive regime vis-ΰ-vis their public opinions.


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