Thursday, December 18, 2014

UN condemns human rights abuses in Iran

The United Nations General Assembly on Thursday slammed the violations of human rights by the Iranian regime.
The resolution criticizes the Iranian regime's use of inhuman punishments, including flogging and amputations, and its use of the death penalty against young people under age 18.
This is the 61st resolution by UN condemning the vicious and systematic violation of Human Rights in Iran.
This resolution by the UNGA censures the mullahs’ dictatorship ruling Iran for the rise in executions, public executions and execution of juveniles.
In this resolution, the UNGA has condemned the Iranian regime for cruel, inhumane and degrading punishments, especially flogging and amputation of limbs and hands.
It also denounces widespread and serious limitation of right to assemble, freedom of congregation and freedom of thought and speech.

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