Several Iranian bloggers have signed a petition (a letter) in which they asked freedom for political prisoner in Karaj Rejai Shahr Prison. Amnesty international, Red Cross and other humanitarian organisations have been asked to send delegations to this prison. We read in this petition:
“On the eighth week of the hunger strike of the political prisoners in Rejayi Shahr Prison, the government of Islamic Republic of Iran , has relocated the prisoners to facilities with harsher conditions, instead of assessing their demands.
Political prisoners in Iran live in the worst of conditions. Many of them have lost function in parts of their bodies as a result of the medieval tortures. The prisoners are constantly harassed, their cells raided and their belongings are looted regularly. Many political prisoners are kept in solitary confinements for prolonged periods. The Iranian government accepts no responsibility to provide food, medical care and even security for the lives of the political prisoners”.
Among bloggers who signed this petition, we see Zeytoun (Persian) an active Iran based blogger, Mr.Batebi, (Persian) a student who has spend several years in prison and more than twenty other bloggers out of 140 signatures in total.
Some bloggers talk about new military air plane crash which cost 13 lives including several revolutionary guards’ leaders. FM Sokhan ( Persian), an Iran based journalist and blogger, says Iran has just bought second hands Russian and Chinese airplanes. We must wait and see new crashes.
Zannevesht (Persian), Mrs Parastoo Dokohi from Iran, says we can not talk about conspiracy or technical problem concerning this crash. Because simply we have no access to information. NasimDasht (Persian), an Iran based blogger, says
“We must change our anti American policy and down with US slogans. Reality is that we need US to supply us airplanes or let European doing it“.
He adds Iran’s position has become weaker in the World and US is in our neighbourhood. It is time to change policy.
Caneh (Persian), an Iran based blogger, says he does not think about conspiracy to kill revolutionary guards. Many things simply don’t function in Iran because either nobody is right place or nobody cares about his/her job.