دوشنبه، دی ۱۱، ۱۳۹۱
تصویری از ایران در اعتراض به اعدام ها
این عکس از ایران فرستاده شده است
عده ای از مردم ایران در اعتراض به نقض آشکار حقوق بشر در ایران از جمله اعدام هایی که هر روزه در رژیم اسلامی صورت می گیرد برخاسته و در سخت ترین شرایط بگیر و ببند، به این وسیله به اعدام نه گفته اند
ترجمه متن فارسی به انگلیسی بیانیه نه به اعدام
Condemn the repression and human rights violations in Iran and Join us to say No to the death penalty
On December 20th, 2012, an overwhelming majority of the UN General Assembly condemned human rights violations and the repression of human rights activists in Iran. This is not the first time that the UN General Assembly has condemned the dark and shameful record of the Islamic Republic of Iran (I.R.I) on violation of human rights.
The resolution cites the systematic and flagrant violation of human rights in Iran, the repression of political and social activists and the suppression of peaceful protests by workers, teachers, students, women, ethnic and religious minorities. The Islamic Republic of Iran’s record on human rights has been condemned many times at the international UN summit. In appreciation of these initiatives, we would like to bring the attention of the international community and all the human rights activists to the following points:
The Iranian legislation is not based on human dignity. The current rules have been formulated on the basis of Sharia laws. The legislative body and those who implement the laws in the Islamic Republic of Iran have refused to recognize a universally accepted law, which deems all citizens as equal from the point of view of the justice system. Based on the religious beliefs of a minority in the governing system, they have divided Iranians into different classes of citizens who are treated differently under the law. In fact, the running judiciary of this regime is in violation of many international conventions.
The judiciary is supposed to be independent of the executive branch in a modern and democratic society, but in the Islamic Republic of Iran it is just a tool in the hands of the governing body and the supreme leader, and has become the most effective instrument of suppression of Iranian citizens.
In the past 34 years, Islamic Republic’s primary method of dealing with its people has been suppression of freedom and continuation of human rights abuses. To intimidate the population, the main tool of the Islamic Republic has been medieval punishments in all these years. Brutal punishments such as stoning and amputation have been implemented since the inception of their rule.
Of all the various forms of punishment, the death penalty has been used as the most important means of intimidation by the Islamic Republic. The IRI judiciary, which can be called a Killing Machine, has issued tens of thousands of death sentences and ended the lives of tens of thousands of citizens brutally under different pretexts. In the past five years alone, 2,843 people have been executed in Iran.
Over these years, of the tens of thousands of citizens who were executed by the Islamic Republic authorities, a large part has belonged to opposition groups. To strengthen the foundations of the regime, especially in the dark years after the 1979 revolution, executions were targeted at political opponents. In recent years, the death penalty is mostly used for non-political victims, but the judicial system is still a strong tool used by the security forces, and as a result death sentences continue to be used on opposition groups.
Due to the fact that the Islamic Republic of Iran always utilizes retaliatory measures against political prisoners after each international condemnation, we would like to draw the attention of all freedom lovers, defenders of Human Rights and all governments the dangers facing political prisoners in Iran.
Presently, many political, social and civic activists are sentenced to death and held in solitary confinement with their lives in imminent danger. Using the historic occasion of the recent U.N. resolution, we are asking International Human Rights organizations and communities to give special attention to this matter.
In recent years, most of the executions in I.R.I. are comprised of ethnic Kurd, Arab and Baluch Iranians. These Iranian ethnic groups live in the most deprived areas of the country and are exposed to multiple discriminations. The representatives of these ethnic writers, artists and activists have repeatedly raised their concerns about these blatant discriminations. In fear of a unity between these ethnic rights activists and the broader struggle against the dictatorship in Iran, the I.R.I. has issued more death sentences against these activists than ever. For this very reason, the majority of activists facing a death sentence in Iran today are Kurd, Arab or Baluchi political prisoners.
Once again, we offer our full support of the U.N. resolution against I.R.I’s dismal human rights record and demand that the international community of human rights and political organizations as well as all the peace-loving nations of the world voice their opposition to any possible retaliation by the I.R.I. in response to the recent U.N. resolution. By giving special attention to those Iranians whose lives are in imminent danger, the international community could help stop the I.R.I. from taking away their lives.
We demand an immediate end to all executions in Iran and request all political, social and civic prisoners to be given retrial under fair and humane conditions.
We demand the immediate and unconditional release of all prisoners of conscience in Iran. Following are the list of political and civic activists facing a death penalty.
1-Rashid Akhkandi / 2 -Mansour Arvand 3-Unes Aghayan Alibigloo 4- Jabar Alboushoukeh 5- Mokhtar Alboushoukeh 6- Behrouz Alkhani 7- Reza Esmailii 8-Razgar (Habib) Afshari 9 - Ali Afshari 10-Abdolreza 11- Amir Khanafareh 12-Gholamreza Khosravi Savadjanee 13-Samkouh Khorsheedi 14-Seyed Sami Hosseini 15-Hadi Rashedi 16-Hooshang Rezaii 17-Abdolvahab Regi 18-Mehrolah Regi 19-Habibolah Reginejad 20-Abdolghani Zangi Zehi 21-Mostafa Salimi 22-Navi Shojaee 23-Hashem Shabaninejad 24-Shahab Abbassi 25-Ghazi Abbassi 26- Mohamadali Amouzinejad 27-Ebrahim Eisapour 28-Habibolah Golbaripour 29-Habibolah Latifee 30-Abdolah Mirmajdami 31-Seyed Jamal Mohamadi 32-Zanyar Moradi 33-Loghman Moradi 34-Shirko Moarefe 35-Bakhtiyar Memari 36-Abdolkarim Sahrazehe 37-Salman Mayaee 38-Sirvan Nejavee 39-Saman Naseem
All human rights organizations and international communities: please join us to stop and dismantle these sentences. Voice your opposition to these inhumane sentences and unite with us for a campaign against capital punishment in Iran.
Solidarity for Human Rights in Iran
CC: General Secretary of U.N., Bon Ki-Moon
The High Commission of U.N. Human Rights, Navi Pillay
U.N. Special Repertoire of Human Rights in Iran, Ahmad Shaheed
President of European Parliament, Martin Shultz
President of European Union, Herman Van Rompuy
Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Catherine Ashton
Chair of the European parliament, Iran delegation, member of the Foreign Affairs Committee and Subcommittee of Security and defense, Tarja Cronberg
Chair of the Human Rights Committee of the European Parliament, Barbara Lochbihler
Noble Peace Prize Laureate, Shirin Ebadi
Vice President, International Federation of Human Rights, Abdolkarim Lahiji
Human Rights Watch
1. Union for Iran - Belgium
2. Union for Advancement of Secular Democracy in Iran - North America.
3. Union for Advancement of Secular Democracy in Iran - Chicago.
4. Union for Advancement of Secular Democracy in Iran - Los Angels.
5. Union for Advancement of Secular Democracy in Iran - Montreal.
6. Union for Advancement of Secular Democracy in Iran - New York.
7. Union for Advancement of Secular Democracy in Iran - Washington D.C.
8. Pooya Organization – Cologne.
9. Iran and German Theatrical Organization – Cologne.
10. Organization of Human rights and democracy – Hamburg.
11. Solidarity Organization of Dallas – Texas.
12. Ismail Khoie Foundation – Atlanta.
13. Society for defending Human Rights in Iran – Austria.
14. Society for defending Human Rights and democracy in Iran – Sweden.
15. Society for defending Human Rights and democracy – Hamburg.
16. Iranian-Kurdish community in France.
17. House of Mehr Solidarity – Cologne.
18. Mothers of Park Laleh supporters - Italy.
19. Mothers of Park Laleh supporters – Dortmund.
20. Mothers of Park Laleh supporters – Geneva.
21. Mothers of Park Laleh supporters – Fresno.
22. Mothers of Park Laleh supporters – Cologne.
23. Mothers of Park Laleh supporters – Hamburg.
24. Mothers of Park Laleh supporters – Vienna.
25. Mothers of Park Laleh supporters – Oslo, Norway.
26. Mothers of Park Laleh supporters – Los Angelo, Valley.
27. National Solidarity of Iranian network – Fresno, California.
28. Council for defense of Human Rights – Sweden.
29. Europerse Federation – Belgium.
30. Human rights and democracy activists for Iran – Hamburg.
31. The green wave of voice – green movement - London
32. The green wave of voice – green movement - Cardiff.
33. Free Iran Center – Germany.
34. Seymorgh Human rights center – Dortmund.
35. Cultural and art center – Fresno.
36. Negah cultural center – Essen.
37. Committee in defense of Iranian peoples struggle – Chicago.
38. Committee against suppression of Iranian people – Paris.
39. The group of 22nd Khordad – Hamburg.
40. Iranian Congress – Hamburg.