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    Execution of juveniles in Iran, sign of savagery, barbarism and misogyny of the medie

    Delara Darabi, 23, was hanged on May 1 by the clerical regime of Iran, despite widespread international opposition. This has shocked all freedom loving and democratic forces around the world.
    Execution of a young woman, who at the time of the crime attributed to her was only 17 is nothing but a sign of savagery, barbarism and misogyny of the medieval regime ruling Iran.
    Still 150 other inmates in different Iranian prisons, who, at the time of attributed crimes, were juvenile, are waiting to be hanged in coming weeks and months.
    Read more at the link:

    PMOI | Mrs. Rajavi calls on international community to condemn execution of Delara Darabi |

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    Re: Execution of juveniles in Iran, sign of savagery, barbarism and misogyny of the m

    Quote Originally Posted by omran View Post
    Delara Darabi, 23, was hanged on May 1 by the clerical regime of Iran, despite widespread international opposition. This has shocked all freedom loving and democratic forces around the world.
    Execution of a young woman, who at the time of the crime attributed to her was only 17 is nothing but a sign of savagery, barbarism and misogyny of the medieval regime ruling Iran.
    Still 150 other inmates in different Iranian prisons, who, at the time of attributed crimes, were juvenile, are waiting to be hanged in coming weeks and months.
    Read more at the link:

    PMOI | Mrs. Rajavi calls on international community to condemn execution of Delara Darabi |
    This is a tragic event, as is the death of any human being, but is there any indication that the law of Iran was unevenly or incorrectly applied?

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    Re: Execution of juveniles in Iran, sign of savagery, barbarism and misogyny of the m

    Quote Originally Posted by celticlord View Post
    This is a tragic event, as is the death of any human being, but is there any indication that the law of Iran was unevenly or incorrectly applied?
    Yes. Iran is seeking the death penalty for the 7 members of the Bah'ai' leadership there. Their crime? Practicing their religion. Yes, the law IS applied unevenly in Iran. If the God of Islam is a just God, then the Mullahs who run the government in Iran will burn in hell for all eternity.
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    Re: Execution of juveniles in Iran, sign of savagery, barbarism and misogyny of the m

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    the God of Islam is a just God, then the Mullahs who run the government in Iran will burn in hell for all eternity.
    They will.
    It shouldn't be us humans anyway who have the power to decide when to take life, that lies with God or it should be.
    But hey, they are Shia [I couldn't resist sticking the boot in] - Like i can talk as a Sunni lol


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    Re: Execution of juveniles in Iran, sign of savagery, barbarism and misogyny of the m

    I find state sanctioned murder abhorrent

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    Re: Execution of juveniles in Iran, sign of savagery, barbarism and misogyny of the m

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    Yes. Iran is seeking the death penalty for the 7 members of the Bah'ai' leadership there. Their crime? Practicing their religion. Yes, the law IS applied unevenly in Iran. If the God of Islam is a just God, then the Mullahs who run the government in Iran will burn in hell for all eternity.
    May the mullahs be boiled alive in a solution of pig feces, entrails, and blood.

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    Re: Execution of juveniles in Iran, sign of savagery, barbarism and misogyny of the m

    Quote Originally Posted by omran View Post
    Delara Darabi, 23, was hanged on May 1 by the clerical regime of Iran, despite widespread international opposition. This has shocked all freedom loving and democratic forces around the world.
    Execution of a young woman, who at the time of the crime attributed to her was only 17 is nothing but a sign of savagery, barbarism and misogyny of the medieval regime ruling Iran.
    There is nothing wrong with a convicted murderer receiving the death penalty.So ****ing what the murderer was 17.Does this make her victim's death less tragic? Does this mean that just because the offender was a minor that we should say **** the victim and only give them partial justice?




    Still 150 other inmates in different Iranian prisons, who, at the time of attributed crimes, were juvenile, are waiting to be hanged in coming weeks and months.
    Read more at the link:

    PMOI | Mrs. Rajavi calls on international community to condemn execution of Delara Darabi |

    You scumbag sympathizers have as much compassion for the real victims and their loved ones as these murderers on death row show.

    BTW this story was already done.
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    Re: Execution of juveniles in Iran, sign of savagery, barbarism and misogyny of the m

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    Yes. Iran is seeking the death penalty for the 7 members of the Bah'ai' leadership there. Their crime? Practicing their religion. Yes, the law IS applied unevenly in Iran. If the God of Islam is a just God, then the Mullahs who run the government in Iran will burn in hell for all eternity.
    Murder and pissing off religious people are two separate issues. Its like saying "because Bob was arrested for littering then that must mean any murder convictions of any totally unrelated people are illegitimate.
    "A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murder is less to fear"

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    Re: Execution of juveniles in Iran, sign of savagery, barbarism and misogyny of the m

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    Murder and pissing off religious people are two separate issues. Its like saying "because Bob was arrested for littering then that must mean any murder convictions of any totally unrelated people are illegitimate.
    It still shows that Iran is uneven in its prosecutions. If they choose to persecute a religion, what's to say they aren't also trumping up charges on some of the other people they are seeking to put to death? After all, the Mullahs have already lied.
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    Re: Execution of juveniles in Iran, sign of savagery, barbarism and misogyny of the m

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    Yes. Iran is seeking the death penalty for the 7 members of the Bah'ai' leadership there. Their crime? Practicing their religion. Yes, the law IS applied unevenly in Iran. If the God of Islam is a just God, then the Mullahs who run the government in Iran will burn in hell for all eternity.
    Does their constitution have a 1st amendment?
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