UN calls out Mahmoud Ahmadinejad over step up in Iranian human rights violations

by Kal El on September 16, 2008 · 3 comments

Do you like this story?

Wow, I am impressed that the UN is actually badmouthing someone who is muslim. Not that the UN ever plays favorites or anything…

President Ahmadinejad Will Face “Wall of Shame” at the UN Headquarters via Stop Child Executions

NEW YORK, NY, Sep 11, 2008 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX) — The President of Iran will have to get past the “Ahmadinejad Wall of Shame” — a visual display and demonstration across the United Nations Headquarters — before entering the opening of the General Assembly.
The rally will run from 12-2pm on September 23rd at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza (47th St. & 2nd Ave.) and feature Iranian/American groups each directly challenging Ahmadinejad on the surge in human rights abuses in Iran.
Organizing the event, Nazanin Afshin-Jam, an international human rights activist and former Miss World Canada, will lead off the line up of the “Wall of Shame” by asking: “Ahmadinejad why are you executing children?”
Nazanin’s actions on behalf of the children on death row in Iran began when she was told of a young girl on her namesake that was going to be executed for stabbing one of three men who attempted to rape her. Nazanin was instrumental in saving this girl and since then has been dedicated to saving more lives.
“There has been 6 children hanged this year alone in Iran and over 130 children on death row awaiting execution,” said Nazanin Afshin-Jam, President and co-founder of the Stop Child Executions (SCE) organization.
“While the UN legitimizes Ahmadinejad as the leader of Iran by having the door open to him at the General Assembly, the Iranian people feel betrayed by the false representation. In face of the west’s obsession with Iran’s nuclear development, the voices of the Iranian people have been stifled and human rights abuses have been overshadowed. This ‘Wall of Shame’ demonstration is hoping to give a ‘voice to the voiceless’ and address the concerns of the vast majority of Iranian people who believe in a united, secular, democratic Iran based on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and no military intervention on Iran,” said Nazanin.

Groups and individuals participating in the “Wall of Shame” demonstration include those who have faced oppression under the current regime such as women under gender apartheid, students who have been imprisoned and tortured and ethnic and religious minorities who have been persecuted. Focus will also be given to other human rights atrocities in Iran including stoning to death, dismembering of limbs, and throwing people from heights as methods of punishment.
Nazanin states, “The government of Iran cannot on the one hand expect the international community to trust its leaders with nuclear energy while it openly disregards the most basic internationally recognized child rights conventions such as the UN’s International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) and the Charter of the Rights of the Child (CRC) to which it is state party.”
Stop Child Executions invites all media and the general public to join this demonstration for Human Rights. SCE will release the latest list of minors facing the death penalty, and an 8 part plan of recommendations addressed to Iran’s heads of state, Parliament, Judiciary, United Nations and international community which will also be made available on the http://www.stopchildexecutions.com/ website following the rally.

You know, I have been looking and searching and digging, but I simply can’t find any example of any country BUT a muslim run country that executes juveniles. That’s pretty sick, and revealing about the barbarity of islam. I bet you won’t hear a word of condemnation from ‘moderate’ muslim groups like CAIR, MAS, or ISNA. They are all far too busy trying to turn the United States into an islamic sh*thole like Iran or Saudi.

Related posts:

  1. Mitt Romney to UN: Ban and indict Ahmadinejad
  2. Setback for Iranian President
  3. UN Human Rights Council holds moment of silence for Gaza "martyrs"
  4. Amnesty International stands up for terrorists human rights
  5. Iranian blogger protest: Sets fire to Koran; lashes out at Islamic "moderates"
  • http://chuckthinks.blogspot.com/ Chuck

    I’m confused, I didn’t see any criticism of the US in here. I thought the UN’s function was to attack the US. Seriously though, it is nice to see them get called for their right’s abuses for a change.

  • Tonto (USA)

    Must have been a big, fat payoff somewhere….those UN boys are tough traders!  And they don’t bullshit for free!

  • jennyjen

    The UN is attacking Iran, holy shit Batman!
    I wonder if the MSM will pull off Obamasan and actually provide coverage of the “Wall of Shame” and this UN meeting? It would be nice if the press would actually cover the news instead of reporting the Obama fluff.