Kazemi affair leads to row between regime's institutions
SMCCDI (Information Service)
Aug 26, 2003
The International and Canadian pressures on the Islamic republic regime in reference to the murder of the Canadian-Iranian journalist have created an unprecedented row between the theocratic regime's institutions. The row seems to have been boosted by the publication, by the New York Sun, of an article quoting the "Int.' l Lawyers" investigation team envoy and SMCCDI on some facts related to Kazemi's death.
Rape and the injection of a special substance which increases the decomposition of the body were mentionned by the two sources speaking to Adam Daifallah of the New York Sun. The article was mentionned by most abroad based Iranian radio and TV networks broadcasting for Iran.
Same statements were made to the National Post of Canada which published, yesterday, an article written by Tom Blackwell on the affair.
Many of the regime's officials have started, in the last 72 hours, to take distance from those involved in the scandal and the regime's Information Ministry on Monday night branded the communique issued on Monday by the PR office of the General and Revolutionary Court on Zahra Kazemi`s death, as "Sheer lies."
Deputy Information Minister "Shafie" who spoke to the regime's official news agency, IRNA, stated: "Claims made by the prosecutor of Bench 1 of Tehran`s Criminal Court, in which two of the information ministry`s interrogators are accused of `being accomplices` in the `quasi intentional murder` of Ms Kazemi are sheer lies."
He further emphasized, "The Information Ministry has discovered the truth of the matter on the case related to the death of Zahra Kazemi, and is intended to publish it for public information in very near future."
The regime's Intelligence Ministry denied, yesterday evening, any involvment of his staff in Kazemi's death.
It's to note that the Islamic judiciary guided by the offices of the regime's Supreme Leader intends to save "Jafar Nemati", "Ala-Bakhshi" and "Saeed Mortazavi". The latters are members of the regime judiciary and the Intelligence unit of the Pasdaran Corp. which are related to the offices of the Supreme Ledaer.
Scapegoats have been pressured to make false confessions about their responsibility in the rape-murder affair.
Kazemi is not the first female raped by the Islamic regime's affiliates. It's a well known fact that thousands of young female marxist opponents of the regime were systematically raped by Islamic militiamen the night before their executions and following the reading of a Koran verset on "Temporary Marriage".
The forced ritual was enforced as according to Islamic texts a "Virgin girl has her place in paradise". http://www.daneshjoo.org/generalnews/article/publish/article_1950.shtml
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Here is the latest email from a group that put me on their email list-
Mostafa Piran has been freed
After 7 months of captivity alongside 17 fellow activists in GoharDasht Prison, Mostafa Piran, one of the leaders of the Teachers and Culturalist Movement, has been freed after undergoing pressures and torture.
In a short message to the freedom-fighting Iranian people, Mostafa Piran has rest assured that the righteous movement against the Islamic Republic dictatorship and in quest to victory will continue.
Alliance of Iranian Students
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posted on 08/26/2003 5:47:57 PM PDT
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