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IRAN: Mullah dictatorship warns protesters - "You risk execution as enemies of God"

 
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IRAN: Mullah dictatorship warns protesters - "You risk execution as enemies of God"
You risk execution as "enemies of God", Iran warns protesters

Date: 06 January 2010
By Ramin Mostafavi

[link to thescotsman.scotsman.com]

IRAN'S interior minister warned opposition activists yesterday that they risked execution as enemies of God if they continued anti-government demonstrations.

Mostafa Mohammad Najjar made the latest threat after the intelligence ministry said several foreigners, engaged in a "psychological war" against the Islamic Republic, were arrested on 27 December in the bloodiest unrest since the aftermath of a disputed 12 June presidential poll.

Iran's government also yesterday banned its citizens from co-operating with foreign organisations, including the BBC, which it says are trying to destabilised the government.

The opposition says the vote was rigged to secure President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's re-election. The authorities deny the accusations, which they say were part of a western-orchestrated plot to overthrow the Islamic system.

Eight people were killed in clashes between security forces and supporters of opposition leader Mirhossein Mousavi on the Shiite mourning day of Ashura. More than 40 leading reformists, including four advisers to Mr Mousavi, have since been arrested.

"After Ashura, anyone who takes part in riots will be considered as mohareb (waging war on God] and an opponent of national security,"
Mr Najjar said, according to the official IRNA news agency.

Despite such warnings, the opposition has shown no inclination to back down, and street protests have continued sporadically in the six months since the vote. Thousands of protesters were arrested after the election. Most have since been released but more than 80 reformists have received jail terms of up to 15 years. Five people have been sentenced to death but none has been executed so far.

Police said more than 300 protesters detained on 27 December were still in jail. The authorities have repeatedly accused opposition leaders of having links to "foreign enemies".

The foreign ministry said yesterday those held included foreigners and Iranians with dual citizenship. It gave no details of their nationalities or identities.

Iran also released a list of 62 international organisations it said were planning a "soft revolution" by supporting the opposition in Iran.

The intelligence ministry list includes George Soros's Open Society Institute, the Washington-based National Endowment for Democracy, the National Democratic Institute, the International Republican Institute, the Brookings Institution and US National Defence University. It includes TV networks such as BBC Persian and Voice of America in Farsi as well as the East European Democratic Centre in Poland and the British non-profit group Wilton Park.

The intelligence ministry said any link with the organisations would be "illegal".

US secretary of state Hillary Clinton voiced dismay on Monday at the way the authorities have cracked down on pro-reform protests.

Mr Mehmanparast criticised her remarks, saying the West was "siding with a group of troublemakers" in Iran.

"Over the long run, such mistakes will jeopardise their … countries' interests," he said.

Hardline clerics and lawmakers have urged the judiciary to punish opposition leaders for igniting tension, branding them enemies of God, liable to execution under Islamic law. "Holding an open trial for the leaders of the sedition will disgrace the leaders of the grand sin in history," said Gholamhossein Elham, a close ally of Mr Ahmadinejad.

The authorities have arrested relatives and aides of Mr Mousavi but stopped short of detaining or prosecuting the most prominent political opponents so far.

The unrest that erupted after the June vote was the most serious since the 1979 Islamic revolution.

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I have a feeling that before too long these "Mullahs" are going to find themselves at the end of ropes, their lifeless corpses being kicked around in the streets like Mussolini.

Most of population of Iran is young and intelligent, and does not buy into this horseshit anymore.
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Sounds to me like they just issued a Fatwa on all dissidents. If that is correct there will not be any trials because it will be the sheeps duty to kill them.
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I have a feeling that before too long these "Mullahs" are going to find themselves at the end of ropes, their lifeless corpses being kicked around in the streets like Mussolini.

Most of population of Iran is young and intelligent, and does not buy into this horseshit anymore.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 856380


You're right, but they're up against some serious dementos..
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5a

Sounds to me like they just issued a Fatwa on all dissidents. If that is correct there will not be any trials because it will be the sheeps duty to kill them.
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Well, they might have a few show trials - if they get that far. There is some serious polarization among the ruling elite right now..
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lol

Old school!
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Nothing worse than those who speak for satan in the Name of God.





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Agree with us or DIE !!
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Not to defend the mullahs, but it isn't all that much different right here in the Occupied Territories, Western Command.
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It's no wonder the youth and the educated want free of the theocracy.
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Not to defend the mullahs, but it isn't all that much different right here in the Occupied Territories, Western Command.
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Not sure where that is.. but we don't get put to death for protesting here in the US. Its becoming more frowned upon by this administration but they don't kill you for it.
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There are an estimated 20,000 female sex slaves forced into prostitution in Tel-Aviv each year. According to a report released in 2005 by the Knesset Subcommittee on Trafficking in Women, between 10,000 and 15,000 women had been smuggled into Israel over the previous four years to work as prostitutes. According to the report, the women, who were mostly from the former Soviet Union, were sold at public auction for as much as $10,000 and forced to work up to 18 hours a day. On average, the women received only three percent of the money they earned from prostitution, and many were raped and beaten. Most of the women had been smuggled over the Egyptian border and lured from Russia and Eastern Europe on false promises of secretarial jobs.

Coffee, alcohol, suger, drugs, pornography, horror and super action from Hollywood, fantasy and action video games -- you can' fight them if they already own your will. The young have no clue -- and no one in this culture who can talk to them. There is a reason why they floods newsgroups and other public forums with pornography to ensnare the young who lack the wisdom and the self-control to run fast away from it.

One group controls alcohol, pornography, hollywood violence and psyco-horror -- and it makes them rich -- just as they control the Tabloid news papers and the candy bars and People, Self, and other printed narcotics -- on either side of you as you stand in the check-out line of your local grocery store.

I can't stand Muslim and Sharia law..legalism is just putting a muzzle on an angry dog..he still wants to bite someone. The heart must be changed. Still, considering the above facts, I wonder how many see why they feel the way they do.. If we'd quit killing them for Israel, the people might have a chance to reform that religion. The world is very interconnected now.

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