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جمهوری اسلامی مردی را سنگسار کرد

علیرغم لغو رسمی مجازات سنگسار در ايران از سال ۲۰۰۲، مردی به جرم داشتن روابط نامشروع سنگسار شده است.

يک مقام قضائی جمهوری اسلامی ايران روز سه شنبه گفت جعفر کيانی روز ۵ ژوئيه سنگسار شد.

مکَرّمه ابراهيمی، زنی که او با وی ارتباط داشت نيز به همين مجارات محکوم شده است. آنها قرار بود ماه پيش اعدام شوند، اما فشار بين المللی مقامات را وادار ساخت اجرای احکام را به تاخير بياندازند.

اينک با سنگسار کيانی اين نگرانی افزايش يافته است که ممکن است ابراهيمی نيز به سرنوشت مشابهی نزديک باشد. در اين ميان، سخنگوی قوه قضائيه اعلام کرد در روزهای آينده ۲۰ نفر که او آنها را ارازل و اوباش توصيف کرد، در تهران اعدام خواهند شد.

به گزارش خبرگزاری فارس، عليرضا جمشيدی روز سه شنبه در يک کنفرانس خبری گفت دادستانی تهران احکام را اجرا خواهد کرد و افزود کيفر خواست برای ۱۵ نفر ديگر از اشرار نيز در دست تهيه است. در رويدادی ديگر، اعضای شورای مرکزی جبهه مشارکت، در جلسه ای در دوشنبه شب، بازداشت اعضای شورای مرکزی دفتر وحدت و نيز صدور احکام سنگين برای تعدادی از فعالان حقوق زنان را محکوم کردند و چنين اقداماتی را نشانه هائی از وجود اراده ای برای تحميل تنش و استيلای فضای امنيتی و پليسی در جامعه دانستند.

Courtesy of VOA

Top Iranian regime's official defends stoning

Sunday, 15 July 2007

TEHRAN (AFP) - A top Iranian official Sunday defended the use of execution by stoning after a sentence was carried out on an adulterer, saying the punishment was legal and in line with Iran's rights commitments.

Mohammad Javad Larijani, the head of the Iranian judiciary's human rights committee, said the judiciary supported the principle of stoning after confirmation last week of the stoning sparked international condemnation.

"Stoning is based on Islamic Sharia law and it is not contrary to any of our international obligations," Larijani was quoted as saying by state television's Web site.

"We have signed four important treaties on human rights. None of them has any opposition to stoning.

"But since Westerners have their own interpretations of the articles and the contents of these documents, they oppose stoning," said Larijani, the brother of Iran's top nuclear negotiator Ali Larijani.

The stoning to death of Jafar Kiani in a village in the northwestern province of Qazvin was the first time Iran had confirmed such an execution in five years, and came despite a 2002 directive to suspend the practice.

The Iranian judicary has since launched a probe into the local judge who ordered that the sentence be carried out, saying it was contrary to the directive issued by judiciary chief Ayatollah Mahmoud Hashemi Shahrudi.

A stoning sentence involves members of the public hurling rocks at the convict who is buried up to his waist in earth.

Asked by state television whether the Qazvin verdict went against the judiciary's will, Larijani repeated that the punishment of stoning was within Islamic law.

"The holy lawgiver made such a verdict not as a way of revenge, but deterrence.

"Coming up with such a verdict and executing it has its own special intricacies. Mr. Shahrudi is not opposed to the principle of a [stoning] verdict which is based on Islamic Sharia."

However, Larijani, who also advises the judiciary on international affairs, stressed that the Iranian authorities took "meticulous" care before issuing any stoning verdict.

"It is not because the Westerners put pressure on us that we take great care with these kinds of verdicts," he emphasized.

Western human rights groups have said that other stonings have taken place in Iran since 2002, but the has judiciary never confirmed these.

Kiani was arrested 11 years ago while living with Mokarrameh Ebrahimi when both were reportedly married to others. Ebrahimi has also been sentenced to death by stoning, but the carrying out of her verdict has been halted.

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    Executions by hanging are carried out in Islamic Republic of ayatollahs in accordance with the Islamic "eye-for-an-eye" law of retribution, otherwise known as "qesas".

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