Security forces sexually abuse defiant prisoners in public

Human Rights and Democracy Activists in Iran :
 According to reports, the physical torture and sexual abuse of prisoners in cellblock 1 in Gohardasht Prison in Karaj is ongoing.
 On Monday, January 16, a prisoner identified as Mohsen Marzban, who was transferred to cellblock 1 from cellblock 6, protested the violent treatment of prisoners by prisoner agents in solitary cells. Prison agents then pulled him out of his solitary cell, tied his hands and feet, and violently tortured him with batons while kicking and punching him in front of his horrified inmates. After him, other prisoners identified as Javad Zare, Mehrdad Karimi, Sharbat Khosravi and Morad Ketabi who were transferred from cellblock 3 to cellblock 1 were also violently tortured in this way. These prison guards were not satisfied with only physical torture and also forced these prisoners to take off their clothes and sexually abused them with batons in front of other prisoners. It is the first time that this method of degradation and sexual abuse has been carried out in front of other prisoners. Of course, this method has been carried out in this way for some time Qezel Hesar Prison in Karaj.
 These violent actions and tortures are carried out under the orders of Ali Khadem who is the deputy head of Gohardasht Prison. They are carried out by the deputy and a number of other prison guards but the sexual abuse is personally carried out by Khadem.
 Ali Khadem was the head of the Gohardasht Intelligence Unit before this but was demoted after raping a female prison guard who became pregnant. After Mohammad Mardani was appointed as the head of Gohardasht Prison, he appointed Khadem as the deputy of this prison. Ali Khadem who has worked in this prison for the past decades has killed a large number of prisoners under torture. He is also responsible for the smuggling of narcotics into prison and has acquired a lucrative profit in this way.

شيوۀ جديد شکنجۀ جنسي عليه زندانيان توسط علي خادم معاون زندان گوهردشت کرج
بنابه گزارشات رسيده به " فعالين حقوق بشر و دمکراسي در ايران" شکنجۀ جسمي و تحقير جنسي زندانيان در شکنجه گاه بند 1 زندان گوهردشت کرج بطور وحشيانه اي ادامه دارد.
روز دوشنبه 26 دي ماه زنداني محسن مرزبان که از بند 6 به سلولهاي انفرادي بند 1 زندان گوهردشت منتقل شده بود نسبت به رفتارهاي وحشيانه و قرون وسطايي مامورين ولي فقيه در سلولها ي انفرادي اعتراض کرد. او را از سلول انفرادي بيرون کشاندند و به وي دست بند و پابند زدند و در مقابل چشمان بهت زدۀ ساير زندانيان با باتون و مشت و لگد وحشيانه شکنجه کردند. بعد از او زندانيان ديگري به نام هاي جواد زارع،مهرداد کريمي ،شربت خسروي و مراد کتابي که از بند 3 به سلولها انفرادي بند1 منتقل شده بودند به همين شيوه وحشيانه مورد شکنجه ها قرار دادند.
پاسداربندهاي ولي فقيه به شکنجه هاي وحشيانه جسمي اکتفا نکردند بلکه براي تحقير کردن آنها مقابل چشمان ساير زندانيان وادار به عريان کردن کامل آنها نمودند و با باتون آنها را مورد اذيت و آزار جنسي قرار مي دادند. اين شيوۀ تحقير و شکنجۀ جنسي براي اولين بار در اين زندان و در معرض ديد ساير زندانيان به اجرا گذاشته مي شود.البته اين شيوه غير انساني مدتها است که در زندان قزل حصار به اجرا گذاشته شده است.
رفتارهاي وحشيانه و غير انساني بدستور و توسط علي خادم معاون زندان گوهردشت کرج همراه با چند پاسدار بند ديگر صورت مي گرفت.شکنجه هاي جسمي و شيوۀ جديد تحقير جنسي توسط شخص خادم اعمال مي شد.
علي خادم پيش از اين رئيس اطلاعات زندان گوهردشت بود و لي به دليل تجاوز به يکي از زنان پاسدار که منجر به باردار شدن وي گرديد از اين سمت برکنار شد اما با منصوب شدن محمد مرداني به عنوان رئيس زندان گوهردشت دوباره او به معاونت زندان منصوب شد.علي خادم طي دهه هاي اخير در اين زندان بوده است و شکنجه هاي وحشيانه وي منجر به مرگ تعداد بيشماري از زندانيان شده است. اين فرد همچنين از وارد کنندگان مواد مخدر به زندان مي باشد و از اين طريق ثروتهاي فراواني به جيب زده است. (فعالين حقوق بشر ودمكراسي در اريان – 28/10/90
Sunni News website :
 A group of Sunni residents of Ahwaz were arrested in the past few days by security forces and were transferred to an unknown location.
According to reports, on the night of January 16, security forces stormed the homes of the Sunni residents of the Kout Abdollah and Akhar Sefalt neighborhoods and arrested 10 Arab Sunnis.

بازداشت گروهي از اهل تسنن در خوزستان
جمعي از شهروندان اهل سنت اهواز، طي روزهاي اخير توسط نيروي انتظامي و امنيتي دستگير و به مکان نامعلومي منتقل شده اند.
به گزارش سني نيوز، شامگاه دوشنبه شب ۲۶دي، نيروهاي امنيتي منازل اهل سنت در محله هاي «کوت عبدالله» و «أخر سفالت» را مورد هجوم قرار داده و ۱۰تن از اهل سنت عرب تبار را دستگير نموده و به مکان نامعلومي انتقال دادند. (سني نيوز – 28/10/90)

Reporters Without Borders :
Reporters Without Borders is shocked to learn that the supreme court has confirmed website designer Saeed Malekpour’s death sentence. His family said the court took the decision under pressure from the Revolutionary Guards. A Canadian resident who was arrested on 4 October 2008 while visiting his family, Malekpour, 35, was sentenced to death in January 2011 on charges of anti-government agitation and insulting Islam.
 Arrests of netizens are meanwhile continuing. Simien Nematollahi, a contributor to the pro-Sufi website Majzooban ( was arrested at her Tehran home by intelligence ministry officials on 11 January on a charge of anti-government propaganda. Several members of the website’s staff were arrested on 7 and 8 September and were freed on bail on 4 October pending trial.
 Mohammad Solimaninya, the head of u24 , a social networking website for Iranian professionals, was arrested on 20 January after being summoned before a revolutionary tribunal in Karaj, a town 20 km north of Tehran, on 10 January. Plainclothes intelligence ministry officials searched his home the same day, confiscating his computer, hard disks and CDs.
 His family still does not know why he was arrested or where he is being held. As well as running u24, Solimaninya has created and hosts the websites of many civil society organizations, NGOs and Iranian intellectuals.
 Reporters Without Borders is also concerned about Mohammad Reza Pourshajari, a blogger who has been held since 12 September 2010. He was tried by a revolutionary court in Karaj on 21 December 2011 on a charge of insulting the Prophet in articles posted on his blog and in letters sent to government officials while he was in prison.
 His daughter said the trial lasted a quarter of an hour and took place without his lawyer being present. The charge of insulting the Prophet is very vaguely defined but it carries a possible death sentence and is often used by the authorities to silence critics who try to defy the government...
 The Iranian government’s constant repressive policies towards journalists and netizens are being steadily ratcheted up as part of a generalized increase in persecution of dissidents and a reinforcement of online censorship.
 Reporters Without Borders sent a letter yesterday to UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay to share its deep concern and ask for her intervention. The report below was also attached to this letter.
 Two bloggers sentenced to death
 Two jailed netizens, Saeed Malekpour and Vahid Asghari, were sentenced to death in January 2011 on charges of anti-government agitation and insulting Islam. The sentence has just been confirmed. The supreme court must now issue a ruling. According to Malekpour’s family, the sentence was confirmed in October by Judge Mohammad Moghisieh of the 28th chamber of the Tehran revolutionary court.
 Asghari, a 25-year-old information technology student, has reportedly been tortured while in detention. His trial took place at the end of 2010 but his family was only recently informed of his death sentence by Abolghasem Salevati, the president of the 15th chamber of the revolutionary court.+++

New wave of arrests of journalists
 The Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has waged an unrelenting war on journalists and netizens since President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s disputed reelection in June 2009. More than 100 bloggers have been arrested and given sentences ranging from one to 20 years in prison in a paranoid response to the “soft war” waged by “Iran’s enemies”.
 The Telecommunication Company of Iran (TCI) is now partially owned by the Revolutionary Guards and, in practice, is under their control. The Organized Crime Surveillance Centre, which was created by the Revolutionary Guards, and their official website Gerdab have actively participated in tracking, identifying and arresting netizens. On 20 May 2010, Ebrahim Jabari, one of the Revolutionary Guard commanders, officially confirmed the creation of a cyber-army, which has been responsible for the targeting of “destructive” networks and the arrests of hundreds of netizens. Twenty-one netizens and 29 journalists are currently detained.
 Three of them, Fatemeh Khardmand, Ehssan Hoshmand and Saeed Madani, were arrested by plainclothes men at their Tehran homes on 7 January. Confirming their arrest the next day, intelligence minister Heydar Moslehi said they had “envisaged carrying out American plans to disrupt the parliamentary elections by using cyber-space and social networks.” This is a clearly trumped-up charge by a regime which, without any evidence, systematically accuses dissidents of being spies working for the United States or Israel.
 Madani, a sociologist as well as a journalist who has written dozens of articles in the independent media, was previously arrested and sentenced to six years in prison. Hoshmand, who is also a sociologist, has specialized in the history of the Kurdish people.
 Khardmand is a journalist with the monthly Gozaresh Sanat Chap. According to her husband, Masoud Lavassani, a journalist and blogger who was released in July after two years in detention, her arrest was carried out by four intelligence ministry officials with a warrant who said she was accused of “being in contact with the families of political prisoners.” Her state of health is a source of concern and their four-year-old son, who was already disturbed by his father’s long imprisonment, is in state of shock.
 Mehdi Khazali, who edits the Baran blog and has been arrested several times in the past, was arrested again on 9 January. According to his wife, he was injured in the course of his arrest, which was carried out in a very violent manner. Khazali is the son of Ayatollah Abolghasem Khazali, an influential member of the Council of Guardians of the Iranian Constitution for the past three decades. Despite his frequent run-ins with the authorities, Mehdi Khazali is very scathing about the government’s policies and human rights violations in his blog, which has been the victim of a cyber-attack and is no longer accessible. Harassment of relatives
 The authorities use devious methods and do not hesitate to harass relatives or separate families.
 Rajaishar prison
 Fatemeh Alvandi, the mother of the imprisoned journalist Mehdi Mahmudian, was arrested on the orders of the Tehran prosecutor on 2 January and was interrogated for several hours before being released. Her son has been placed in solitary confinement and, according to the information available to us, has been mistreated. He was hospitalized twice in 2011 because he was seriously ill and was transferred to Rajaishahr prison. The prison authorities have systematically refused all parole requests.
 Parvin Mokhtare, the mother of the jailed blogger Kouhyar Goudarzi, has been sentenced to 23 months in prison by a revolutionary court in the city of Kerman, where she was arrested on 2 August by four men in plainclothes who forced their way into her home and took her to the city’s main prison. After her son’s arrest, on 1 August, the judicial authorities let several months go by without saying where he was being held. He is currently in Section 209 of Tehran’s Evin prison, which is the isolation section...
 A national Internet to better control the country?
 According to a report in The Wall Street Journal, Iran is preparing to introduce a global system for filtering all means of communication. In other words, it is preparing to launch a national Internet that is cut off from the international Internet. This is not a new project and Iranian officials have referred to it in the past. The government has had its technicians work on a “clean Internet” project since 2002 but the Ahmadinejad administration has stepped up the process.
 Reporters Without Borders questions the appropriateness and feasibility of such a project, not only because of the development and implementation costs but also because Iran needs to stay connected to the Internet for the purposes of commercial and financial transactions.
 “Is the regime moving towards a two-speed Internet, with access to the World Wide Web for the government, religious leaders, Revolutionary Guards and big companies on the one hand, and with the immense majority of the population limited to a censored Intranet on the other?” Reporters Without Borders ask. “In this case, the government would be guilty of grave discrimination against its own people”.
 Elections and Internet crimes
 M. Naghdi, head of Iran’s Basij militia
 Abdosamad Khoramabadi, the prosecutor-general’s legal adviser, unveiled “a list of 25 election-related Internet crimes” at a news conference on 28 December, the day for registration of candidates for the March 2012 parliamentary elections. This list was compiled by a working group that was formed to “determine the content that constitutes Internet crimes” under the Internet crimes law.
 The working group’s 13 members come from many branches of the government and judicial apparatus. They include representatives of the Ministries of Education, Communications and Information Technologies, Culture and Islamic Guidance, Intelligence, Justice, and Science, Research and Technology. They also include a representative of the Organization for Islamic Propagation, the head of IRIB (the state radio and TV service), the chief of police, an expert in communications and information technology designated by the parliamentary commission on mines, and a parliamentarian chosen by the legal commission. The prosecutor-general heads the working group.
 The content regarded as a crime includes calls for an election boycott and the publication of logos or content from opposition and counterrevolutionary websites.
 The Iranian Internet police () published a new, 20-point set of regulations for Internet cafés on 3 January. Clients are required to show identification while managers must install surveillance cameras and must keep the camera recordings, along with all the details of their clients and the websites they visit, for six months. Use of software to circumvent content filtering, use of Virtual Private Networks and use of USB flash drives are all banned.
 After raiding 43 Internet cafés in Birjand (in the southern province of Khorasan) on 1 January, the police closed six of them for failing to respect security measures and the rules on the use of censorship circumvention software.
 Access to former President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani’s website was blocked on 30 December, a decision confirmed on 3 January by prosecutor-general Gholam Hossein Ejehi, who said it was due to the presence of “forbidden content” on the site. In his Friday prayer sermon on 17 July 2009, a month after a crackdown on a wave of opposition demonstrations, Rafsanjani called for the release of the leading figures who had been arrested and for media freedom and freedom of opinion for regime supporters in order to restore calm. This sermon had remained on his website ever since.
 Iran is listed as an 'Internet Enemy ' in the list established by Reporters Without Borders.

خبرنگاران بدون مرز: افزايش سرکوب، احکام تأييد شده مرگ و دستگيريهاي جديد در ايران
خبرنگاران بدون مرز، 17ژانويه 2012، ساعت ندارد- خبرنگاران بدون مرز، با شنيدن اين موضوع که دادگاه عالي، حکم مرگ سعيد ملک‌پور، يک طراح سايت را مورد تأييد قرار داده، شوکه شده است.   خانواده وي گفت که دادگاه، اين تصميم را تحت فشارهاي سپاه پاسداران اتخاذ کرده است. ملک‌پور، 35ساله، يکي از اتباع کانادا است که در 4اکتبر 2008، در حال ديدار با خانواده‌اش دستگير، و در ژانويه 2011 به جرم تحريک عليه دولت و اهانت به اسلام، به مرگ محکوم گرديد.
    در اين اثنا، دستگيري اتباع هم‌چنان ادامه دارد. سيمين نعمت اللهي، يکي از تهيه کنندگان براي سايت مجذوبان majzooban که طرفدار صوفيها pro-sufi است، در 11ژانويه به جرم تبليغات عليه دولت، در منزل خود در تهران توسط مقامات وزارت اطلاعات دستگير شد. چند تن از کارکنان اين وبسايت در 7 و 8سپتامبر دستگير شدند و در 4اکتبر به قيد ضمانت،   تا وقتيکه دادگاه تصميم بگيرد، آزاد شدند.
    محمد سليمانيهsolimaninya، رئيس u24،   يک سايت شبکه اجتماعي براي متخصصان ايراني،   بعد از اين‌که در 10ژانويه  به  يک دادگاه انقلاب در کرج احضار شد، در 20ژانويه دستگير گرديد.  مقامات لباس‌شخصي وزارت اطلاعات در همان روز خانه او را گشته و کامپيوتر وي را به همراه سي دي‌ها و ديسکهاي سخت توقيف کردند.
    خانواده او هنوز هم نمي‌دانند که چرا دستگير شد يا اين‌که در کجا نگاه داشته مي‌شود. سليماني علاوه بر اداره u24، سايتهاي بسياري براي سازمانهاي جامعه مدني، سازمانهاي غيردولتي، و روشنفکران ايراني ايجاد و ميزباني کرده است.
    خبرنگاران بدون مرز هم‌چنين نسبت به وضعيت محمدرضا پورشجريpourshajari ، وبلاگ‌نويسي که از 12سپتامبر 2010 تاکنون در بازداشت به‌سر مي‌برد، نگران است. او در 21دسامبر 2011 به جرم اهانت به پيغمبر در مقالاتي که در وبلاگ خود مي‌نوشت يا  در نامه‌هاي وي به مقامات دولتي در زماني که در زندان بود ارسال مي‌شد، در 21دسامبر 2011، توسط دادگاه انقلاب کرج محاکمه شد. دختر او گفت که دادگاه وي يک ربع بيشتر طول نکشيد و بدون حضور وکيل او صورت گرفت. اتهام توهين به پيغمبر، به‌طور بسيار مبهمي تعريف شده اما احتمال داشتن حکم مرگ را در پي دارد و اغلب براي ساکت کردن منتقديني که سعي مي‌کنند با دولت مقابله‌جويي کنند، توسط مقامات مورد استفاده قرار مي‌گيرد.
    خبرنگاران بدون مرز در 10ژانويه نامه‌يي به ناوي پيلاي، کميسارياي عالي حقوق‌بشر ملل ‌متحد نوشته  و نسبت به اوضاع موجود در ايران ابراز نگراني نمود و از وي خواستار مداخله فوري شد.
    افزايش سرکوب در ايران: احکام مرگ و اينترنت در سطح ملي، 11ژانويه 2012 ...
    در نامه ارسالي به ناوي پيلاي، گزارش زير نيز ضميمه شده بود:
      دو وبلاگ نويس به مرگ محکوم شدند
    سعيد ملک‌پور و وحيد اصغري در ژانويه 2011 به اتهام تحريک عليه دولت و توهين به اسلام به مرگ محکوم شدند . به تازگي، اين احکام تأييد شده‌اند...
    مهدي خزئلي، سردبير وبلاگ باران، که در گذشته چند بار دستگير شده بود، در 9ژانويه مجدداً دستگير شد. به‌گفته همسرش، او در جريان اين دستگيري، که به‌صورت خيلي خشونت‌آميزي صورت گرفت،   مجروح گرديد...
  آزار و اذيت اقوام  
    مقامات از روشهاي انحرافي استفاده کرده و از آزار و اذيت وابستگان خانوادگي  يا جدا کردن خانواده‌ها خودداري نمي‌کنند.
    زندان رجايي شهر
      فاطمه الوندي، مادر مهدي محموديان، يک روزنامه‌نگار زنداني،   در 2ژانويه به‌دستور دادستان تهران دستگير شد و قبل از اين‌که آزاد شود، به مدت چند ساعت مورد بازجويي قرار گرفت.   (خبرنگاران بدون مرز- 27/10/1390)

Khorasan state-run daily :
According to a new government order to executive systems and Provincial Offices, all new employees are obliged to present permits showing that they have gone through Quran lessons in addition to the anticipated lessons. Employees who do not have such a permit have to go through Quran fluency lessons and then go to work.

آموزش قرآن براي کارمندان جديد دولت اجباري شد
روزنامه خراسان : بر اساس دستور جديد دولت به دستگاههاي اجرايي و استانداري ها، همه کارمندان جديدالاستخدام علاوه بر طي دوره هاي آموزشي پيش بيني شده، ملزم به ارائه گواهي گذراندن دوره آموزشي قرآن کريم هستند. کارمنداني که چنين گواهي نداشته باشند، بايد دوره آموزشي روانخواني و روخواني قرآن کريم را طي کنند و سپس مشغول به کار شوند. (روزنامه خراسان  - 26/10/90)
Mehr state-run News Agency :
A University professor and Family Specialist believes that the officials of an Islamic society have to establish a special work system for women so that their main duties are not disrupted.
 Hamid Ahmadi cited the statements of the Supreme Leader about the conditions of women’s employment in the society and said, “It has been stressed in Islamic teachings that the main duty of women is centralized in the home”. “The main [duty] of the man is to provide home expenses outside of the home and the woman has the responsibility of managing the home”, he added.
This family specialist said that a women’s main duty was summarized in the three areas of housework, caring for husbands and rearing children.
 “There is a division of responsibility behind each Islamic marriage and these three responsibilities have been given to women and the more a woman is successful in these three areas, the man will be more successful in the society”, he said. “According to Islam, women cannot be categorized into unemployed women and employed women. According to Islamic teachings, we have no unemployed women and only women who do not carry out these three duties are unemployed”, he said...
 Ahmadi stressed that the work environment has to be secure for women on terms of Islamic issues and laws and said, “Men and women should not have haram [banned in Islam] relations in the workplace but should rather have security. Even being mixed [with men] more than a certain extent can affect work results”.
 This family expert said that the physical condition of men and women was another factor in women’s choice of employment. “A Woman’s demeanor is delicate and they cannot tolerate the pressures of hard work. They should not lose their physical and mental delicacy by choosing occupations that are not coordinated with their physical abilities because these pressures will also affect their duties in the house. Therefore some occupations are abhorrent for women in Islam, such as [being a] judge, because it is not coordinated with their mental state”.

در گفتگو با مهر عنوان شد:
ضرورت تدوين نظام کاري ويژه زنان/ در اسلام زن بيکار و شاغل نداريم
يک استاد دانشگاه و کارشناس مسائل خانواده معتقد است: مسئولان جامعه اسلامي بايد نطام کاري ويژه‌اي براي بانوان تدوين کنند تا لطمه‌اي به وظايف اصلي آنها در خانواده وارد نشود.
حميد احمدي، استاد دانشگاه در گفتگو با خبرنگار مهر با اشاره به سخنان مقام معظم رهبري در خصوص شرايط  اشتغال زنان در جامعه گفت: در روايات و آموزههاي اسلامي تاکيد شده است که وظيفه اصلي زن در خانه متمرکز است...
وي ادامه داد: اشتغال زنان با اهداف ويژه و در شرايط خاصي منعي ندارد اما اصل کلي تامين هزينه هاي خانه توسط مرد در بيرون منزل است و زن مديريت خانه را بر عهده دارد.
اين کارشناس مسائل خانواده با بيان اينکه وظيفه اصلي زن در سه حوزه خانه داري، شوهرداري و تربيت فرزندان خلاصه مي شود گفت: پشت هر ازدواج اسلامي تقسيم کاري صورت گرفته است که اين سه وظيفه بر عهده زنان گذاشته شد و هر چه زن در اين سه حوزه موفق تر باشد موفقيت مرد در جامعه بيشتر است.
احمدي اضافه کرد: بر اساس اسلام نمي توان زنان را به زنان شاغل و بيکار تقسيم کرد. بر اساس آموزه هاي اسلامي ما هيچ زن بيکار نداريم و زني بيکار است که به اين سه وظيفه خود عمل نکند...
احمدي با تاکيد براين که بايد محيط کار براي زنان از لحاظ مسائل و احکام اسلامي امن باشد گفت: نبايد زن  و مرد در محيط هاي کاري اختلاط حرام داشته باشند بلکه محيط کاري بايد از امنيت برخوردار باشد. حتي ين اختلاط بيش از اندازه مي توان درراندمان کاري نيز تاثير گذار باشد...
اين کارشناس خانواده در نظر گرفتن شرابط جسمي زن و مرد را شرط ديگري براي انتخاب شغل در ميان زنان دانست و گفت: اسلام زن را ريحانه مي داند و خلقت زن  لطيف است و تاب و توان فشارهاي کاري سخت را ندارد. نبايد با انتخاب شغلهايي که تناسبي با شرايط جسمي وي ندارد لطافت روحي و جسمي خود را ازدست دهد زيرا اين فشارها بر وظايف وي در درون خانه نيز تاثير مي گذارد. به همين دليل برخي شغل ها در اسلام براي زن مکروه است زيرا با شرايط روحي وي تناسبي ندارد مانند قضاوت.
(مهر – 27/10/90)

Mashhad police arrest 9 men and women in party

Khorasan state-run daily, Asre Iran state-run website :
A number of the residents in a residential block in west Mashhad called the police to inform them that a number of unknown men and women had come to an apartment to hold a party.
 The Patrol and Operational Units of Police Station number 20 [stormed] and searched the apartment immediately after being informed and following necessary coordination with judicial officials.
 In this operation, seven men and two women were arrested and one of the suspects who intended to escape from the roof suffered a broken hand.
 Those who had held the party were handed over to judicial officials after cases were made for them.

بازداشت ۹ زن و مرد در پارتي شبانه
تعدادي از اهالي يکي از مجتمع هاي مسکوني شهرک غرب مشهد در تماس با فوريت هاي پليسي 110 از رفت و آمد مشکوک چند زن و مرد ناشناس به داخل يک آپارتمان مسکوني و برپايي مجلس پارتي خبر دادند.
گروه هاي گشت و عمليات کلانتري 20 مشهد به محض دريافت اين گزارش بلافاصله هماهنگي هاي لازم را با مقام قضايي به عمل آوردند و محل موردنظر را به طور ضربتي مورد بازرسي قرار دادند.
در اين عمليات 7 مرد و 2 زن دستگير شدند و يکي از متهمان که قصد داشت از طريق راه پشت بام فرار کند نيز دچار شکستگي استخوان دست شده است.
گردانندگان پارتي با تشکيل پرونده به مراجع قضايي معرفي شدند. (روزنامه خراسان, عصر ايران – 22/10/90)
Asre Iran state-run website :
The sentence for Mohsen Armin, a member of the Revolutionary Mojahedin Organization who was tried in the 15th branch of the Revolutionary Court presided over by Judge Salavati was announced.
 Mohsen Armin was sentenced to five years of prison on charges of assembling, conspiring and acting against national security.
 Armin was also sentenced to one year of prison and a five year ban on membership in political parties and groups and a ban in participating in advertising activities for propagating against the government.
 This member of the Central Council of the Revolutionary Mojahedin was sentenced to six years of prison all together.

حکم محسن آرمين صادر شد
حکم دادگاه محسن آرمين از اعضاي سازمان مجاهدين انقلاب که در شعبه 15 دادگاه انقلاب اسلامي به رياست قاضي صلواتي محاکمه شده بود اعلام شد.
محسن آرمين به جرم اجتماع، تباني و اقدام عليه امنيت ملي به 5 سال حبس محکوم شد.
آرمين همچنين به جرم تبليغ عليه نظام به يک سال حبس و 5 سال محروميت از عضويت در احزاب و گروه هاي سياسي و فعاليت هاي تبليغي محکوم شد.
اين عضو شوراي مرکزي سازمان مجاهدين مجموعا به تحمل 6 سال حبس و 5 سال دوري از فعاليت هاي سياسي – تبليغي و عضويت در احزاب و گروه ها محکوم شد. (عصر ايران – 21/10/90)
Asre Iran state-run Website :
Representatives of the Islamic Council Majlis [Iranian parliament] ratified the Bill to Counter the Trafficking of Goods and Currency after studying the details. In this bill, organized traffickers of goods and currency who [traffic goods] with the aim of opposing the government will be recognized as corrupt on earth [which carries the death sentence] and will be charged according to Islamic Law.
 According to reports from today’s public meeting in the Majlis, with the ratification of article 25 of this bill, if the organized trafficking of goods or currency is carried out with the aim of opposition with the Islamic Republic of Iran or with the knowledge that this action would be effective and would lead to widespread destruction in the internal production, currency, commercial and trade systems, he\she will be recognized as corrupt on earth and in addition to the confiscation of property, he\she will be sentenced to punishment according to the Islamic Penal Code.

قاچاقچيان سازمان يافته كالا و ارز، مفسد في‌الارض شناخته مي‌شوند 
نمايندگان مجلس شوراي اسلامي، با بررسي جزئيات لايحه مبارزه با قاچاق كالا و ارز تصويب كردند كه قاچاقچيان سازمان يافته كالا و ارز با هدف مقابله با نظام، مفسد في‌الارض شناخته شده و مطابق قانون مجازات اسلامي محكوم شوند.
به گزارش خبرنگار پارلماني خبرگزاري دانشجويان ايران (ايسنا)، نمايندگان در جلسه علني امروز (چهارشنبه) مجلس، با تصويب ماده 25 لايحه مبارزه با قاچاق كالا و ارز مقرر كردند در صورتي كه ارتكاب قاچاق سازمان يافته كالا و ارز به قصد مقابله با نظام جمهوري اسلامي ايران و يا با علم به موثر بودن آن صورت گيرد و منجر به اخلال گسترده در نظام توليد داخلي، ارزي، بازرگاني و تجارت قانوني شود مرتكب، مفسد في‌الارض شناخته مي‌شود و علاوه بر مصادره اموال، به مجازات آن مطابق قانون مجازات اسلامي محكوم مي‌گردد. (عصر ايران – 21/10/90)
Asre Iran state-run website, Mehr state-run News Agency :
The death sentences for 12 people were carried out today on Sunday in Shiraz.
 According to reports, seven of these people were narcotics traffickers who were hanged in Shiraz Prison while five others were publicly hanged.
 These five men were convicted of kidnapping, rape, murder and armed robbery...
R.H was one of these five people hanged in public in Shiraz...
 M.T and R.T were hanged today in pubic in Shiraz. They were convicted of rape and six counts of kidnapping...
 A.H and A.H were two other who were hanged in public.
They were charged with armed robbery.

حکم اعدام 12 جنايتکار در شيراز اجرا شد
مهر: حکم اعدام 12 نفر بامداد امروز يکشنبه در شيراز اجرا شد.
به گزارش مهر، از اين افراد هفت نفر قاچاقچي مواد مخدر در زندان شيراز و پنج نفر نيز در ملاء عام اعدام شدند.
جرائم پنج نفر ديگر نيز آدم ربايي، تجاوز به عنف، قتل، سرقت مسلحانه و... بوده است.
بر اين اساس "ر-ح" يکي از اين پنج نفر بود که در ملاء عام در شيراز اعدام شد...
"م-ت" و "ر-د" نيز دو نفر ديگر بودند که امروز در شيراز و در ملاء عام اعدام شدند...
"الف -ح" و "ع- ه" نيز دو نفر ديگر بودند که امروز در ملاء عام اعدام شدند.
جرائم ارتکابي اين افراد نيز شامل سرقت مسلحانه... بوده است. (سايت عصر ايران (رژيم)- 25/10/1390)