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Hold states accountable for killing its citizens through executions

October 28, 2011

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A couple of weeks ago, we did not celebrate the the World Day Against Death Penalty. Although, we did make the world aware about the existence of this cruel, inhuman and degrading punishment. This ultimate mental and physical method of torture is irrevocable and we need to talk more about the aftermath of an execution. […]

The Loss for Iran

October 25, 2011

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The stories about Iran never seems to end, everything can be said about that regime and it is most needed as long as the government act as they do against it citizens. In this post I have concentrated my power at President Ahmadinejad and the ones that is reading the message down below will probably […]

Despite appeal for 91-year old women, Sweden send her back to Ukraine

October 17, 2011

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A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about a 91-year old women who would be sent back to her home-country, although, suffering from senile dementia, nearly blind and heart-problems. The deportation was stopped and everyone with a heart filled of empathy were cheering that decision, but as usual when it comes to authorities, the happiness […]

Appeal for actress Marzieh Vafamehr

October 16, 2011

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Dear Reader, Hope the world today have brought you sunshine wherever you are! As we are all aware of (except governments of the world) the regime in Iran is no good for its wonderful citizens. They punish them for many petty crimes and they do it harsh. Executions, amputation and the topic of this post: […]

Not celebrating World Day Against Death Penalty

October 10, 2011

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Today, if we would have lived in an enlightened world we would not have to make an effort to make the world aware of this cruel, inhumane and degrading punishment. But sadly, there is a lot of countries that is working in this deadly serious way and kills its citizens. I could waste some space […]

India: Commute the death sentence for Murugan, Santhan and Perarivalan

October 10, 2011

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Dear Reader, Although, not a day to celebrate, I hope You are having a wonderful day! Today it is the World Day Against the Death Penalty, which must be told about. A chance to speak out against the most cruel, inhumane and degrading punishment. Therefore, I would like to give You a chance to try […]

Manning & Diaz = Heroes?

October 2, 2011

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If an individual takes its responsibility and make the world aware about terrible violations against a human being, should that one be held accountable in a justice system? From the perspective of the common sense, the obvious answer should be: no one should be held accountable for reporting human rights violations. Unfortunately, this is something […]