European list IDs 80+ Iran militia, police for possible EU human rights sanctions
Politico / Laura Rozen
24-Mar-2011 (10 comments)

A list of the Iranian individuals that the EU will discuss possibly targeting for sanctions to include asset freezes and travel.

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Soosan Khanoom


by Soosan Khanoom on

Who the hell is Neelofar? 

and that's not the first time that you think I am her ......... 


Soosan Khanoom

  My dear Rozbeh  ......

by Soosan Khanoom on


My dear Rozbeh  ...... sometimes I get upset with the list that is not completed ........ like when an organization comes up with this stuff they should know better .........  I hate the iranian government but then I do not hate Iran ....... I think nuclear energy is our right ........ i  can't take it when they kill our scientists .........  not all people that work in Iran are regime supporters ..........  at least that is what i think ........

Mousad/ CIA  are bullies ......... just because I hate regime that does not mean I should not hate those two organizations........  you should know better Rozbeh  ............. other than that I am so happy that they came up with this list anyway .......

  but i have not even written that comment ....... it was among the comments ... I just thought it is interesting ....... so I highlighted ........

Is the Mossad Targeting Iran's Nuclear Scientists?




 The assassination carried the signature of Israel's Mossad, which has carried out similar operations on foreign soil over the decades. Typically, a team of agents reconnoiters the target and his routines over a period of months, assessing vulnerabilities and opportunities to escape afterward. Most of the operatives are usually on their way out of the country by the time the charge is detonated by a member who sees the target enter the booby-trapped car. "It's like a suit," says the intelligence expert. "An assassination must be custom-made."

(See how Israel is pressing for a tougher U.S. line against Iran.)


hamsade ghadimi

گیلانی، نیلوفر

hamsade ghadimi

گیلانی، نیلوفر خانوم همیشه اونطوری بودن.  بذار خشتکش رو پاره کنه.


Soosan khanoom

by Roozbeh_Gilani on

شما هم بعله؟


Expose the killers

by Fair on

This blacklist is great, and should be expanded.  There should be no escape for these thugs, the bottom of the barrel of our society.

Let them be known to the whole world, and not have a repeat of 1979, when all those leftists and communists who fueled this revolution with anything but democratic ideals, fled Iran for not the USSR or East Germany, but for the USA, the great imperialist bastion of capitalism, so that they can live decades later a normal life and casually write about their "experiences".

Not this time.  The people will not be defeated, their rights abuses will not be tolerated, and there will be no hiding or weaseling out for the oppressors.

Soosan Khanoom

check the comments on the article

by Soosan Khanoom on

i found this quite interesting .....

What is this, a new deck of cards for those the neocons want murdered in their goal of regime change? As Fareed Zakaria wrote in Newsweek (7/13/09), "it is worth remembering that the United States still funds guerrilla outfits and opposition groups that are trying to topple the Islamic Republic." Seymour Hersh reported in The New Yorker (7/7/08) that $400 million was approved by Congress for this purpose of covert anti-Iranian regime activity in which we have finded anti-Iranian terror groups, including the Sunni group Jundallah, said to be linked to al Qaeda. And what about those Mossad/CIA murders of innocent Iranian scientists? Shouldn’t these criminals be listed and punished? And what about the Mossad/CIA computer worm sabotage of Iran’s peaceful electricity-generating power plant? It was not only made dysfunctional but as noted in The New York Times 2/26/11, Russia has said that this worm’s infection could trigger a nuclear disaster." 

G. Rahmanian

The More The Merrier!

by G. Rahmanian on

Good news everywhere! The more these murderers are blacklisted, the better it is for Iranians fighting to free their country.


the point is not what happens to them in Iran

by mahmoudg on

it is when (the operative word is when), which from all indications looks like 2011 or 2012, the Islamic Rapist regime falls, is to have the mechanism in place to arrest these thugs when they flee Iran.  We all know if they stay back, they will be dealt with in an Iranian court, most probably (hopefully) sentenced to life imprisonment. Any other country they flee to which works with Interpol is subject by their laws to arrest and deliver them to Hague.  So these guys have little to no place to run too, now that Russia has refused to let them in,  Libya, and Syria look like are on their way out and no other conutry is left who is/are sympathetic to Islamic fundementalism and Talibanish thuggery.  I would say this is a good thing and wish these thugs a bon voyage to find a hole to crawl under.  Hey, maybe they can open up the Quran and hide underneath it.


can someone

by rtayebi1 on

please explain to me how would this help? If these thugs don't care about international law, and don't go outside of Iran how would this help?  Thank U


Their names should be

by vildemose on

Their names should be plastered at every IRI embassy across from the embassy in a glass case of some sort.