Social arrests

Iran arrests ‘illegal movie’ interpreters
The member of an underground gang that interpreted illegal foreign movies and TV shows were identified and arrested.
According to reports, the Chief of the Intelligence and Public Security Police in the Tehran and Alborz Provinces said, “After news on the activities of an underground gang that interpreted illegal foreign movies and TV shows, police agents of the Public Buildings Department of Tehran was tasked with [dealing with the issue], because of the sensitivity of the case”.
“Agents were able to arrest two members of the gangs by the names of Maziar M. and Saied R. and also confiscated a computer…”, Colonel Nader Sarkari added. (Mehr state-run News Agency – Jul. 17, 2011)

Iran arrests 17 men and women in mixed party in Khorasan Razavi Province
Seventeen men and women who were participating in a mixed party in the town of Torqabeh in Khorasan Razavi were arrested.
According to the Khorasan Razavi official Police website, at 3:30 am July 16, agents of the Torqabeh Command Center received information that a party was being held and immediately went into the scene after coordinating with the Judiciary.
According to this report, agents arrested nine men and eight women who were not in their natural state [under the influence of alcohol}. A number of musical instruments and alcohol bottles were found on the scene. (Khorasan state-run Daily – Jul. 19, 2011)

Prison Condition

Plight of seven detained netizens still worrying one year after their arrest 18 July 2011

Exactly one year after seven young netizens were arrested in a series of raids by intelligence ministry agents, Reporters Without Borders is reiterating the call for their release that it made in a letter on 23 February to United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Navanethem Pillay and Ayatollah Sadegh Amoli Larijani, the head of the Iranian judiciary.
Arrested on 17 and 18 July 2010, Iman Masjedi, Amir Latifi, Mohammad Reza Gholizadeh, Ladan Mostoufi Ma’ab, Hanieh Sate Farshi, Hojat Nikoui and Sepehr Ebrahimi, all students aged from 19 to 28, were unjustly accused of anti-government propaganda, “insulting what is holy,” actions against national security “in collaboration with organizations hostile to the Revolution,” insulting the Prophet and Moharebeh (rebelling against God). Under Iran’s criminal code, all these crime are punishable by death.
A Tehran revolutionary court withdrew the charges of insulting the Prophet and Moharebeh on 16 April but heavy sentences were nonetheless handed down. Masjedi and Ebrahimi were sentenced to eight years in prison. Gholizadeh and Farshi were given seven years. Nikoui and Ma’ab got five years. And Latifi was sentenced to seven years in prison and 74 lashes.
The lawyers and families of these detainees were only recently notified of the sentences.
Their situation is now very worrying. After their arrest, they were placed in Section 209 of Tehran’s Evin prison and were pressured to admit to organizing an anti-religious network of blasphemers.
They were subjected to long periods in solitary confinement and tortured in order to obtain the confessions that were used against them during their trial. Their defence lawyers were not allowed to meet them or see the prosecution case file.
These netizens are all now ill or suffering serious physical and psychological effects from the treatment they have received. Ma’ab and Farshi are being held in Section 5 of Gohardacht prison for women. Masjedi and Gholizadeh are in Section 350 of Evin prison. Nikoui, Ebrahimi and Latifi are in Rajaishahr prison in Karaj, a town to the northwest of the capital.
It is one of Iran’s most troubled prisons, with a reputation for torture, rape and murder. Their lives are in danger. Some of them have been injured in knife attacks by fellow inmates.
Prisoner rights are flouted in Iran. No consideration is shown for the health of detainees. Hossein Ronaghi Maleki, a blogger who was arrested on 13 December 2010 and sentenced to 15 years in prison, is still serving his sentence although he underwent a kidney operation and his state of health is now alarming.
He is not getting the treatment he needs and could die in prison. He is also being denied the one day of leave that detainees normally get every month.
The imposition of disproportionate sentences on dissidents is common in Iran. Saeed Malekpour and Vahid Asghari were sentenced to death last January on charges of anti-government agitation and insulting Islam. Malekpour’s sentence was overturned but he is still in prison. Navid Khanjani, a young blogger, was sentenced to 12 years in prison in January 2010.
The case of these seven netizens is not unique. Sakhi Righi, the administrator of the Balochistan-s blog, was arrested on 18 June 2009 in Zahedan, the city where he was born, and received the heaviest jail sentence ever passed on an Iranian blogger, 20 years, on charges of publishing false information and actions against national security.
Because of its repressive legislation and, above all, because it continues to detain 22 journalists and 16 netizens, Iran is ranked 175th out of 178 countries in the latest Reporters Without Borders press freedom index and is on the Reporters Without Borders list of “Enemies of the Internet”. (Reporters Without Borders – Jul. 18, 2011)

235,000 prisoners crammed into prisons made for only 85,000 prisoners
According to a statement by the head of the Prison Organization, the existing facilities in prisons have been made for 85,000 prisoners even as there are currently 235,000 people jailed [in Iran].
Zamani, the spokesperson of the Majlis Social Commission [Iranian Parliament] said in an interview with ISNA, “In Tuesday’s Commission session, the head of the Prison Organization gave some explanations about the current situation and facilities in prisons to the members of the commission”.
“According to Ismaili’s explanations, the existing facilities in prisons have been made for 85,000 prisoners while there are currently 235,000 people jailed and this has caused problems”, he added. (Khorasan state-run daily – Jul. 21, 2011)

دستگيريهاي خودسرانه

دستگيريهاي اجتماعي

اعضاي باند دوبلاژ فيلم‌هاي ماهواره اي دستگير شدند

اعضاي باند زيرزميني که اقدام به دوبلاژ فيلم ها و سريال هاي غيرمجاز خارجي مي کردند، شناسايي و دستگير شدند.

به گزارش خبرگزاري مهر، سرهنگ نادر سرکاري با اعلام اين خبر گفت: در پي اخبار رسيده مبني بر فعاليت يک باند زيرزميني در زمينه دوبلاژ فيلم ها و سريال هاي غيرمجاز خارجي، به دليل حساسيت موضوع، مراتب در دستور کار مأموران پليس اداره اماکن عمومي استان تهران قرار گرفت...

رئيس پليس اطلاعات و امنيت عمومي استان تهران و البرز در پايان گفت: در بازديد از مکان فعاليت اعضاي باند که به صورت زيرزميني و فاقد هرگونه علائم و مشخصه صنفي بود، مأموران موفق شدنددو نفر از اعضاي باند به نام هاي «مازيار-م» و «سعيد- ر» را دستگير و يک دستگاه کيس رايانه حاوي تصاوير غيراخلاقي، فيلم هاي مربوط به دوبلاژ و دو حلقه دي وي دي حاوي تصاوير ضبط شده از ماهواره کشف و ضبط کنند. (مهر – 26/4/90)

دستگيري ۱۷ زن و مرد در مهماني شبانه

۱۷ زن و مرد که اقدام به برگزاري پارتي مختلط در شهرستان طرقبه شانديز خراسان رضوي کرده بودند، دستگير شدند.

به گزارش پايگاه اطلاع رساني پليس خراسان رضوي، ساعت ۳ و ۳۰ دقيقه صبح ۲۵ تير ماه، مأموران فرماندهي انتظامي طرقبه شانديز در پي اطلاع به دست آمده مبني بر برگزاري مجلس پارتي، بلافاصله با هماهنگي مقام قضايي وارد عمل شدند.

بر اساس اين گزارش مأموران با وارد شدن به محل ۹ مرد و ۸ زن را که بيشتر آن ها حال طبيعي نداشتند دستگير کردند اين در حالي است که در بازرسي به عمل آمده از محل تعدادي آلات و ادوات موسيقي زنده و تعدادي بطري آغشته به مشروبات الکلي کشف شد. (روزنامه خراسان- 28/4/90)


شرايط زندان

سالگرد اندوهناک گرفتاري 7 کاربر اينترنت اسير، بعد از يک سال از دستگيري شان، کماکان نگران‌کننده است

دقيقاً يک سال بعد اين‌که 7 کاربر اينترنت جوان در جريان يک سري حملات توسط ماموران وزارت اطلاعات دستگير شدند، خبرنگاران بدون مرز، فراخوان به آزادي آنها را که طي نامه‌اي در 23فوريه به ناوي پيلاي، کميسر عالي حقوق‌بشر ملل متحد، و آيت... صادق آملي لاريجاني، رئيس قوه قضاييه ايران به‌عمل آورد را تکرار مي‌کند.

ايمان مسجدي، امير لطيفي، محمدرضا قلي زاده، لادن مستوفي مآب ، هانيه سات فرشي hanieh sate farshi ، حجت نيکويي و سپهر ابراهيمي، که همگي دانشجو و در سنين 19 تا 28ساله مي‌باشند، در 17 و 18 ژوييه 2010 دستگير شدند. آنها به‌طور غيرعادلانه‌اي به تبليغات ضددولتي، ”توهين به مقدسات ”، اقدام عليه امنيت ملي در همکاري با سازمانهاي متخاصم با انقلاب، توهين به پيامبر و محاربه متهم شدند...

اوين، يکي از بدترين زندانهاي ايران است که سابقه شکنجه، تجاوز و قتل دارد. زندگي آنها در خطر است. بيشتر آنها در حملاتي با چاقو توسط ساير زندانيان زخمي‌شده‌اند...

حسين رونقي مالکي، يک وبلاگ نويس که در 13دسامبر 2010 دستگير و به 15سال زندان محکوم شد، هنوز در حال گذراندن حکم خود است ، هر چند او يک عمل کليه داشت و وضعيت سلامتي او نگران‌کننده است...

ايران به‌دليل قوانين سرکوبگرانه‌اش، و فراتر از همه، به‌دليل اين‌که به حبس کردن 22روزنامه‌نگار و 16 کاربر اينترنت ادامه مي‌دهد، در گزارش اخير خبرنگاران بدون مرز براي آزادي مطبوعات، از ميان 178 کشور، در رده 175 قرار گرفته است. اين کشور هم‌چنين در ليست ”دشمنان اينترنت ”خبرنگاران بدون مرز است. (خبرنگاران بدون مرز- 27/4/1390)

235 هزار زنداني؛ امکانات زندان ها براي 85 هزار زنداني است

بر اساس اظهارات رئيس سازمان زندان ها امکانات موجود در زندان ها براي 85 هزار زنداني در نظر گرفته شده در حالي که اکنون 235 هزار زنداني داريم. زماني سخنگوي کميسيون اجتماعي مجلس با بيان اين مطلب در گفت‌و‌گو با ايسنا گفت: در جلسه روز سه شنبه کميسيون ، رئيس سازمان زندان ها از وضعيت کنوني و امکانات زندان ها توضيحاتي را به اعضاي کميسيون ارائه کرد.وي در ادامه گفت: طبق توضيحات اسماعيلي، امکانات موجود در زندان ها براي 85 هزار نفر در نظر گرفته شده است اما اکنون زندان ها 235 هزار زنداني را جا داده اند که اين موضوع مشکلاتي را به وجود آورده است. (سايت روزنامه خراسان – 30/4/90)


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