Iranian regime is going to execute “silently” a woman fearing International pressure

Haghighat-Pajooh murdered her "temporary husband" for attempted rape of her 15-year-old daughter, from her first marriage and in 1997 was charged with murder, by the misogynist Mullah judiciary and sentenced to death.
Haghighat-Pajooh was originally scheduled for execution in 2002 however due to international pressure the execution was stayed. Once again however, the Islamic Republic of Iran's high tribunal has reinstated the ruling and has every intention of seeing the execution through .
Her execution, is reportedly scheduled to take place by or before April 1st, which is the last day of the Persian New Year.
According to various received reports, the Islamic regime is planning to execute her quietly so that any ressure from the international human rights groups can be foiled. The Islamic regime, fearing any further protests and challenges by Iranian women, plans to use Haghighat-Pajooh's case in order to strike more fear and intimidation in the hearts of Iranian women.
Fatemeh's daughter appeals to all freedom-loving people around the world as well as international human rights groups for immediate attention to her mother's case

HT: Sugiero.

Gateway Pundit also mentions this.

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2 responses to “Iranian regime is going to execute “silently” a woman fearing International pressure

  1. dag

    The solution to this is fairly straight forward for those who think in straight foward lines: If the woman in question ican be considered “one of ours,” i.e. a victim of and enemy of Islam and the Iranian regime, then we defend her by attacking one or more of “theirs.” Theirs, in my considered opinion, is to mean government, cultural, and business officials. Ideally, this happens at a state-to-state level. If the Iranian government captures a civilian, we retaliate by doing the same. If ours is harmed, then we in turn pressure the Iranians to compensate us.

    What, if anything, does this mean? I suggest that for those who are enterprising in a private sense they will take action where and as required to express the less diplomatic side of our culture’s disgust with the treatment of civilians in Iran. But that’s just me.

  2. A quiet execution is still an execution.

    Islam terrorizes women. When will the world recognize this fact?

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