Shadi Sadr, 35 sentenced in Absentia to six years in jail and 74 lashes
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17-May-2010 (2 comments)

An Iranian court has convicted two activists in absentia and sentenced them to jail and lashes over a 2007 protest.

Shadi Sadr, 35, an award-winning women's rights activist, was sentenced to six  years in jail and 74 lashes for acting against national security and harming public order, her lawyer, Mohammad Mostafai, said according to Iranian media reports.

Another activist, Mahbubeh Abbas-Gholizadeh, was sentenced to 2 and 1/2 years in jail and 30 lashes for similar  charges, Mostafai said

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Does IRI want to issue more Interpol "red notices"?

by MM on

Once convicted, Iran can issue a "red notice" thru Interpol to make trouble for the person.  For example, Iran just issued a similar red notice thru Interpol for Shahram Homayoun (the operator of the LA anti-IRI satellite TV) for terrorism charges, and now Shahram Homayoun cannot get out of US without fear of getting arrested and some of his bank accounts have been messed with.  See,


Somehow, we should return the favor towards IRI's high ranking officials who come and go with impunity, See, e.g.,

A Way to Bring IRI Criminals to Justice

How History will judge us

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Others will follow in Shadi Sadr's footsteps. Shame on Islamic R

by Anonymouse on

Everything is sacred.