Sunday, 30 August 2015

Seriously? These are the civilised people EU and US wishes to give nuclear power to

How can US and EU support this sort of regime? 

Take a look at these facts please: 
These are photos showing a 14-year-old boy getting married to his 10-year-old partner in Iran have gone viral on social media.  The couple, who are under the legal marriage age in Iran, reportedly got married on Aug. 14, after having obtained permission from authorities. The pair were seen with their proud families in some of the pictures.

In the Islamic Republic Iran, girls can marry as young as 13 provided they have the permission of their father. Boys can marry from the age of 15.

Despite being legally dubious, as many as 42,000 children aged between 10 and 14 married in 2010, according to Iranian news website Tabnak.

And how about this US and EU leaders, you also support this sort of torture as you do deals with the regime that has no intention at all to become humane as the gruel Sharia laws are endemic in their way of life as its a state based on one book alone and that the Koran. 

Laws cant be taken away from their book just like anything else cant be taken away.
US and EU needs to learn this.

Iran regime sentences man to have eyes gouged out and US and EU thinks all is fine!
The mullahs' inhuman regime in Iran has sentenced a young man to be blinded.
The cruel and medieval sentence was handed down on Saturday (August 1) to the 27-year-old man only identified by his first name Hamed.

Hamed had told the regime's court that in March 2011, when he was 23 years old, he unintentionally caused an eye injury to another young man in a street fight, according to the official state-run Iran newspaper.

What Obama and his EU leader friends don't seem to understand is that these savage acts which constitute torture are enshrined in the Iranian regime’s laws. In other words its common day justice in Iran....

At least four people were hanged in public in Iran last month. Such public hangings also constitute a form of public torture. Especially as the hanging is slow and barbaric and the person is usually lifted up slowly and strangled to death slowly.
When people are urged to go to the scene, everyone who is faced with that sight is also tortured by that barbaric act. One must ask: Why has the US and EU and UN closed its eyes to these atrocities.” ?

The Iranian regime's judiciary officials have publicly defended limb amputations, eye gouging, and even stoning to death as a very real part of their judicial law.

Utterly ironically Mohammad-Javad Larijani, the head of the Iranian regime's 'Human Rights Council', said on April 10, 2014: “The problem is that the West does not understand that Qisas (law of retribution) is different from execution. We are not ashamed of stoning or any of the Islamic decrees.” 
“No one has the right to tell a judge to avert some sentences because the United Nations gets upset. We should firmly and seriously defend the sentence of stoning.”
He has also said: "Retaliation and punishment are beautiful and necessary things. 
He further continued:It’s a form of protection for the individual and civil rights of the people in a society. The executioner or the person administering the sentence is in fact very much a defender of human rights. 
One can say that there is humanity in the act of retaliation."

And so the story continues just like nothing has happened and while the US and EU leaders watch the TV news...
The Iranian regime amputated the hand and foot of an inmate in a prison in Mashhad, northeast Iran. The prisoner, only identified as Rahman K., had his right hand and left foot severed by the authorities. 
A second prisoner is awaiting the same sentence imminently.
On June 28 this year the fundamentalist regime amputated the fingers of two prisoners in the same prison in Mashhad.

Since Hassan Rouhani took office as president of the clerical regime in 2013, more than 1,800 people have been executed and hundreds more have been subjected to degrading and inhumane punishments such as amputation, flogging in public and being paraded in streets.

In May 2015, a high ranking Iranian cleric, who is the representative of the regime’s Supreme Leader in Hormozgan province (southern Iran), called for more inhumane punishments of hand amputations to be carried out.
While visiting Mashhad, Ghulam-Ali Naeem Abadi said: “If the hands of a few of those who commit theft in society are cut off, they would serve as examples for others and security will be restored.”
“Security would be restored in society by amputating a few fingers; why then are such punishments not being fully implemented?” he asked.

Last December, the United Nations General Assembly slammed the flagrant violations of human rights by the Iranian regime. The resolution criticised the Iranian regime's use of inhuman punishments, including flogging and amputations. But what good does any UN resolution do today when its hardly even noticed by the media.

The UN’s 61st resolution on human rights abuses in Iran also censured the mullahs’ dictatorship for the rise in executions, public hangings and the execution of juveniles.
It may be so but as long as the leaders don't get these reports shown to them and why these resolutions are made the entire UN is of no use or help to the needy.
The atrocities get even worse as the Iranian regime notices that not even the western media are allowed to report in detail how sick the punishments are in the news.
This can be proved many times over .....

Did you think the EU and US leadership did know that the Iranian regime unveiled a terrifying device in 2013 to the public which is uses to chop off fingers? 

The device that looks like something devised for a grisly horror movie operates as a circular saw that guillotines prisoners’ fingers.

Naturally the western media did use their time for better and looked comfortably the other way....

The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) has repeatedly condemned the medieval punishments carried out by the clerical regime in Iran and has called for the referral of the regime's appalling human rights record to the UN Security Council.
But that helps just as little as this article will.

EU and US leadership need´s to find back to human values before it´s too late
and all the world becomes like Iran or Hitlers 3rd Reich. Because that's what is in the making unless we do something now....