لاریجانی:بهایی ها حقوق شهروندی دارند. ایرانیها زن ذلیلند و ...

Tapesh
by Tapesh
21-Jun-2010
 

گزیده ای از فرمایشات محمد جواد اردشیر لاریجانی معاون حقوق بشری رییس قوه قضاییه که می گوید ما به کنوانسیون منع شکنجه نمی پیوندیم. چون سر مصداق ها با غرب اختلاف داریم. مثلا آنها شالق زدن را شکنجه می دانند و ما نه. وی همچنین در مورد جنبش سبز هم حرف می زند و می گوید در حالی که در آمریکا و بریتانیا مردان مرتب زن ها را کتک می زنندف ایرانی ها زن ذلیلند و کمتر زنانشان را می زنندو خشونت سازمان یافته علیه زنان نداریم. بهایی هم حقوق شهروندیشان رعایت می شود


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Mona 19

VPK

by Mona 19 on

سپاس از بیان خواسته قلبی شما در مورد بهائیان . به امید روزی که حقوق همه ایرانیان احترام گذارده شود و رعایت گردد.
تندرست و شاد باشید ،هم میهن "پاک
فطرت".

مونا


Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

Mona

by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on

You are right and I am very disgusted at the actions of IRI. These vampires as you mention have no respect for anyone different. I am not a Bahai but I want them to be free and respected. It is outrageous what IRI is doing to them.

The IRI groupies have the nerve to complain about Gaza but do the same to Iranians. Now are we going to hear anything about this from them: No! One of them who misuses the name "Dariush" just called me "Past Fetrat" on another blog. It takes a lot of "vegahat" to call me past fetrat while his own gang wreck people's homes. It boils down to one thing: Islamists have no respect for others. It is taught to them from day one by IRI mullahs that non Muslims don't matter. They internalize this and act on it.


Mona 19

VPK

by Mona 19 on

در کشوری اسلامی !! که اینها با وقاحت تمام ادعا دمکراتی و آزاد بودنش را دارند، گلستانهای بهائی (قبرستان) کافی‌ نبود که در تاریکی‌ شب‌ها آن کوردلان خراب می‌‌کردند حالا در روز روشن خانه را بر سر ساکنان  زنده ‌اش خراب می‌‌کنند.

این خفاشان با پررو یی در جوامع بین المللی ادعا می‌‌کنند  که قانونمندی را باید از ایران اسلامی مردمان جهان یاد بگیرند و الگو خود قرار دهند.

به امید آزادی ایران و ایرانیان از چنگال استبداد، تعصب و جاهلیت

جان ایرانیان آزاده در سراسر دنیا خوش با د

مونا



Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

Mona

by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on

 

When the IRI wrecks Bahai homes the groupies don't mind. But if Israel does that to the Pals the gang of IRI groupies throw a fit. How wonderful. What a bunch of hypocrites.

Basically if you are Iranian and specially non Muslim you don't matter. If you are Bahai they single you out even more. If you are an Arab terrorist then you are golden.


Mona 19

قابل توجه آقای لاریجانی

Mona 19


جهت اثبات رعایت حقوق شهروندی بهائیان در ایران


تخریب پنجاه منزل از منازل بهائیان در روستای ایول مازندران

http://www.rhairan.in/archives/17358

 

ای تیغتان چو نیزه برای ستم دراز
این تیزیِ سنان شما نیز بگذرد

چون داد عادلان به جهان در، بقا نکرد
بیداد ظالمان شما نیز بگذرد

در مملکت چو غرش شیران گذشت و رفت
این عوعو سگان شما نیز بگذرد

>>> 

مونا


faryarm

Re: IRI: Nazis were convinced Hitler was " good man" too;

by faryarm on

 Nazis were convinced Hitler was " good man" too; He also was a great orator and would have also given "GREAT INTERVIEWS"

IRI commented:

"He is a good man. He is right too. of course there are some that take advantage of Iranian freedom, but generally if we can establish the rule of law we will be able to model our great system to the rest of the region."  :)

"He is a good man, He is right too, there are some that take advantage of the Iranian Freedom," by wanting to Live in peace, work, study and practice their beliefs.

"but generally if ( A BIG IF) we can establish the rule of law" we will be able to live in peace , work,study and practice our beliefs without being arrested, jailed, torture and killed; ONLY "model our great system to the rest of the region." 


Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

Re: Question

by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on

It is called as "religious duty" for Basiji and Mullahs. Specially if the raped is a  non Muslim.   

Farah Rusta

Question!

by Farah Rusta on

Under the IRI's legislation is Rape classified as "mojazat" or "shekanjeh"?

Just wondered.

FR


Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

IRI

by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on

 

You "model" for rule of law is only suitable for the insane. IRI version of law is rape and murder. 


IRI

Excellent interview

by IRI on

He is a good man. He is right too. of course there are some that take advantage of Iranian freedom, but generally if we can establish the rule of law we will be able to model our great system to the rest of the region.


Anonymouse

They also torture furniture!

by Anonymouse on

Photo report: The pro-government plain clothes thugs attacked and vandalized the office of Grand Ayatollah Saanei. 

Everything is sacred


fooladi

The best mojazat for larijani family

by fooladi on

Is to send them to a farm and make them for once in their lives do honest  work for their living by digging and cultivating the land.

But I fear to them it would be a pure Shekanjeh (torture). These parasites have been living off the masses for centuries and any trace of work ethic has been wiped off their Genes....

Maybe we just follow the humane path and use them as fertelisers...


Farah Rusta

What is the best "mojazat" for Larijani?

by Farah Rusta on

Please note I am using their own term of choice meaning mojazat (punishment) and not shekjanjeh (torture).

Suggestions appreciated.

FR


Sargashteh

sect attitude

by Sargashteh on

Sect attitude is displayed by those who openly say Leaving their sect (ارتداد( is punishable by death. In Bahai religion there is no punishment for chossing a new religion or Idea. I as a Bahai have been witness to a few examples of this. The IRI does no belong to the currnet world so they try adapt  by lieing as much as they can.


Majid

درویش جان:

Majid


 

 

در کسوت درویشی یه خورده زیادی چرخیدی سرت گیج رفته! بشین زمین، یه قُلُپ آب خُنک بخور، حالت که جا اومد برگرد و یه کامنت درست و حسابی بذار پدرجان!

این زیادی دورخود چرخیدن آدمو دچار هذیان گوئی میکنه عزیزم! من واسه خودت میگم!


faryarm

Larijani: “Baha’is enjoy full civil and citizenship right[s] !

by faryarm on

The Baha’i International Community expressed its deep disappointment with Iran’s refusal to adopt recommendations made by the UN during Iran’s Universal Periodic Review (UPR).  Iran’s Secretary General of the High Council for Human Rights, Mohammad Javad Larijani, brazenly rejected a number of the council’s key human rights concerns and accused the Baha’i International Community of acting on behalf of Western powers.

“We are deeply disturbed by the Iranian government’s refusal to accept basic recommendations concerned with ending injustice, persecution and discrimination in that country,” a representative of the Baha’i International Community said at the meeting.

The UPR recommendations aimed to end discrimination against Baha’is and the Iranian government’s repression of the community, among many other recommendations about human rights in Iran.  Specifically, the council called on Iran’s government to do away with policies restricting Baha’i access to universities and official lists barring Baha’is from pursuing twenty five different professions.

Despite the statements of 26 states urging Iran to account for their human rights violations against the Baha’i community, Larijani flatly denied many of the allegations. “Baha’is enjoy full civil and citizenship right[s] in Iran… The government is supporting all of their economic activity.  They go to school, they go to universities …I can name for you more than 200 students at universities,” he told the council last Thursday.

The findings of the Human Rights Watch would suggest otherwise.

One Human Rights Watch report detailed how the Iranian government had denied some 800 students access to their school transcripts. The students had logged onto their student accounts only to be informed that their transcript was “incomplete.” Students complained that school officials had ignored their efforts to address the issue.

The Baha’i religion is not recognized by government authorities and Baha’i’s face severe consequences for the practice of their faith, which the government has characterized as participation in cult-like activity.  The roots of this discrimination can be traced back to the Iranian government’s interpretation of the Baha’i faith as a divergence from Islam and its practitioners as a heretic sect.

“One thing we are against and we are not going to hide it, we are against any cult type, sect type activity. Even if it is a Shiah sect we will ban them… This is the main accusation of [the Baha’i] people who are right now under pursuance of law,” Larijani contended.

Moreover, Larijani rebuked the Baha’i International Community, accusing them of parroting the United States.  Such allegations are not new. Just like the government’s efforts to undermine the Green Movement by painting it as a stooge of the “foreign agents,” their accusations against the BIC ring just as hollow.

Government officials have suggested the Green Movement is a Western ploy. They have accused various Western countries of staging the death of Neda Agha-Soltan. Her tragic death, caught on video, during the 2009 presidential election protests has became a visible symbol of the Iranian government’s repression, but sadly, there are dozens or hundreds of similar situations throughout Iran that could resonate just as strongly.  The abysmal treatment of the Baha’is is one of them.


MM

تف.

MM


everything he said was upside down.


faryarm

Here is official Proof that you are LYING, Mr Larijani

by faryarm on


A Translation of the 1991 Iranian Government document on "the Bahá'í question" [Translation from Persian] [Text in square brackets added by translator]

In the Name of God!

The Islamic Republic of Iran

The Supreme Revolutionary Cultural Council

Number: 1327/.... 
Date: 6/12/69 [25 February 1991] 
Enclosure: None

CONFIDENTIAL

Dr. Seyyed Mohammad Golpaygani 
Head of the Office of the Esteemed Leader [Khamenei]

Greetings!

After greetings, with reference to the letter #1/783 dated 10/10/69 [31 December 1990], concerning the instructions of the Esteemed Leader which had been conveyed to the Respected President regarding the Bahá'í question, we inform you that, since the respected President and the Head of the Supreme Revolutionary Cultural Council had referred this question to this Council for consideration and study, it was placed on the Council's agenda of session #128 on 16/11/69 [5 February 1991] and session #119 of 2/11/69 [22 January 1991]. In addition to the above, and further to the [results of the] discussions held in this regard in session #112 of 2/5/66 [24 July 1987] presided over by the Esteemed Leader (head and member of the Supreme Council), the recent views and directives given by the Esteemed Leader regarding the Bahá'í question were conveyed to the Supreme Council. In consideration of the contents of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran, as well as the religious and civil laws and general policies of the country, these matters were carefully studied and decisions pronounced.

In arriving at the decisions and proposing reasonable ways to counter the above question, due consideration was given to the wishes of the Esteemed Leadership of the Islamic Republic of Iran [Khamenei], namely, that "in this regard a specific policy should be devised in such a way that everyone will understand what should or should not be done". Consequently, the following proposals and recommendations resulted from these discussions.

The respected President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, as well as the Head of the Supreme Revolutionary Cultural Council, while approving these recommendations, instructed us to convey them to the Esteemed Leader [Khamenei] so that appropriate action may be taken according to his guidance.

SUMMARY OF THE RESULTS OF THE DISCUSSIONS AND RECOMMENDATION

 

  1. General status of the Bahá'ís within the country's system
    1. They will not be expelled from the country without reason.
    2. They will not be arrested, imprisoned, or penalized without reason.
    3. The Government's dealings with them must be in such a way that their progress and development are blocked.
  2. Educational and cultural status
    1. They can be enrolled in schools provided they have not identified themselves as Bahá'ís.
    2. Preferably, they should be enrolled in schools which have a strong and imposing religious ideology.
    3. They must be expelled from universities, either in the admission process or during the course of their studies, once it becomes known that they are Bahá'ís.
    4. Their political (espionage) activities must be dealt with according to appropriate Government laws and policies, and their religious and propaganda activities should be answered by giving them religious and cultural responses, as well as propaganda.
    5. Propaganda institutions (such as the Islamic Propaganda Organization) must establish an independent section to counter the propaganda and religious activities of the Bahá'ís.
    6. A plan must be devised to confront and destroy their cultural roots outside the country.
  3. Legal and social status
    1. Permit them a modest livelihood as is available to the general population.
    2. To the extent that it does not encourage them to be Bahá'ís, it is permissible to provide them the means for ordinary living in accordance with the general rights given to every Iranian citizen, such as ration booklets, passports, burial certificates, work permits, etc.
    3. Deny them employment if they identify themselves as Bahá'ís.
    4. Deny them any position of influence, such as in the educational sector, etc.

Wishing you divine confirmations, Secretary of the Supreme Revolutionary Cultural Council

Dr. Seyyed Mohammad Golpaygani [Signature]

[Note in the handwriting of Mr. Khamenei]

In the Name of God!

The decision of the Supreme Revolutionary Cultural Council seems sufficient. I thank you gentlemen for your attention and efforts. [signed:] Ali Khamenei


Mona 19

Thank You Tapesh ...

by Mona 19 on

Mr Larijani, learn to use the correct & proper term which is Baha'i faith.

Second, regarding the treatment of Baha'is of Iran, who do you think you're fooling?! Few links to refresh your weak memory!

--Baha’i Teenager Deprived from Education at Gifted Students’ School (Here)

--Yet Another Baha’i Cemetery Desecrated in Iran (Here) 

--This letter was addressed to YOU  (Here)

--Monthly reports of human rights violations in Iran (Here)

-- Month of June http://www.rhairan.in/en/?cat=15

-- Month of May http://www.rhairan.in/en/?cat=15&paged=2

 

Mona 


Majid

شاهد از غیب رسید...........!

Majid


 

برای اثبات «یبوست پنداری و اسهال گفتاری» هیچ کاری لازم نیست بکنید! از در و دیوار امّ القراء میباره! فقط به صندلیتون تکیه بدین و اخبار رو
دنبال کنین!

 


Ali P.

I want to vomit

by Ali P. on

Disgusting,

nauseating,

shameless,

repulsive,

repugnant,

piece of trash,...

I want to puke,

at the sight of this man.


Samad_Agha

دروغگو سگ خداس

Samad_Agha


دروغگو سگ خداس


Anonymouse

More vagina poetry from Darveesh! Larijani = Darveesh!

by Anonymouse on

Everything is sacred


Darveesh

No torture in Iran! No problem! We're #7 country w/ no torture!

by Darveesh on

water boarding?

secret prisions?

Abu Gharib?

Gitmo?

Habeas corpus?

 

Patriot act?

fix you ills first Amerikanstan

 

ignorance is a bliss for you boys indeed

 

 


Anonymouse

No torture in Iran! No problem! We're #7 country w/ no torture!

by Anonymouse on

Everything is sacred


fooladi

"He is either stupid or a scum."

by fooladi on

He is both.


maziar 58

cyclic.....

by maziar 58 on

If you'r talking about Baghdad Bob then is possible 'cause maybe he was born in Najaf too.            Maziar


cyclicforward

Is he a relative of Iraqi informaiton minister

by cyclicforward on

He is either stupid or a scum.


pastor bill rennick

If there is going to be a regime change in Iran, the Larijani

by pastor bill rennick on

brothers ought to be the first series to be put in front of the firing squad and executed! Of course, after a due process and proper trial and hopefully convicted for crimes against humanity!
That's brother Bill's wish!