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Hamzeh e Loghman si amano: Allah li uccide, Javè tace. Tu che fai?

Posted on: gennaio 28, 2008

In Iran, per l’ennesima volta, due persone vengono uccise perché si amano.

Sono maschi, sono giovani, sono innocenti.

———FIRMA LA PETIZIONE ON LINE

Grazie all’impegno di molti, la notizia è già arrivata alla prima pagina del corriere, con tanto di link alla petizione on line che puoi firmare cliccando qui.

———INVIA MOLTE MAIL CON UN CLICK

Ma possiamo fare qualcosa di più: possiamo inviare una mail alle istituzioni principali, che si sommeranno alla petizione che ha già sottoscritto un gran numero di firme.

Maggiore è la varietà del testo delle mail, migliore sarà l’effetto. Per chi non riesce ad esprimere a parole proprie il dissenso (in lingua inglese) per ora si può copiare e incollare questo testo preso direttamente dalla petizione.
A breve, sarà prsente un modulo per l’invio automatico delle mail, grazie ai nostri amici di QueerWay, ai seguenti indirizzi:
dr-ahmadinejad@president.ir
info@dadgostary-tehran.ir
infoDesk@ohchr.org
iranembassy@hotmail.com
info@iran-embassy.org.uk

———-INVIA FAX ALLE AMBASCIATE

Ambasciata iraniana in Italia
00162 Roma (RM)
Via Nomentana, 361
06 86328493
06 86391029

Iranian Ambassador
Embassy of Iran
16 Prince’s Gate
London SW7 1PT
info@iran-embassy.org.uk
Tel: 020 7225 3000
Fax: 020 7589 4440

Per ulteriori informazioni, puoi contattare il Gruppo EveryOne:

info@everyonegroup.com :: www.everyonegroup.com

Telefono: +39 334 8429527 – Fax: +39 055 0518897 ****

The Islamic Republic of Iran is persecuting homosexuals, dissidents and free thinkers, and carrying out political crimes towards them.
Homosexual relationships in Iran are considered a crime liable to sadistic corporal punishment and the death sentence. On January 23rd, 2008, Hamzeh Chavi and Loghman Hamzehpour, two homosexual young men of 18 and 19, were arrested in Sardasht, in Iranian Azerbaijan. The authorities use physical and psychological torture to obtain confessions from people who fall into their hands, and the two young men admitted to being in love and having a relationship. Their confession was enough for the Islamic court to commit them to trial with two very serious charges: Mohareb, the crime of those who are “enemies of Allah” and Lavat, sodomy. Iranian criminal law envisages the gallows for homosexuals, who are considered “enemies of Allah”.
Nevertheless, there are many moderate political and religious figures in Iran who would like to change things and prevent the loss of so many innocent lives. The majority of Iranians are against the horrors of capital punishment through hanging and stoning; only a few extremists believe torture and flogging are admissible methods. The clandestine human rights movements are fighting heroically against these barbaric practices, risking their own lives in an effort to build a better Iran, a country in which minorities are respected and human life becomes a value once more. Thousands of Muslims believe Allah is a God of love, that the death sentences and brutal corporal punishment are crimes against humanity. On December 5th, 2007 an innocent Iranian boy was martyred by the Teheran regime and then murdered on the scaffold. From all over the world, in answer to the campaign for the life of Makwan Moloudzadeh – promoted by EveryOne Group – thousands of Muslims, Christians, Hindus, Buddhists and non-believers sent red and white flowers to President Ahmadinejad and the Iranian judges: red, in an attempt to avoid the spilling of innocent blood; white to implore his executioners to spare the life of yet another blameless condemned man. This vast international campaign served only to delay an execution which had already been decided.
Today Makwan is the symbol of the martyrdom of the many innocent victims of a ruthless regime. Let us also remember Pegah Emambakhsh, the Iranian lesbian woman who is still waiting for the result of her appeal in the United Kingdom, and who risks being deported to Iran, where torture and stoning await her. EveryOne has received worrying news from the United Kingdom, where the Court of Appeal does not appear inclined to grant Pegah political asylum – in defiance of all the international conventions. Pegah is crushed by the attitude of the British Government and has told us she is tired of fighting, she is reluctant to appear in the newspapers and no longer believes in what Anne Frank defined as “man’s inner goodness”. We must respect Pegah’s wishes, but we have to be ready to say no to the ritish Government, which has abandoned the path of respect for the rights of women, homosexuals and refugees. We have to be ready to raise a chorus of protest, throughout the world, in order to stop the hand of the executioner and his accomplices.

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PS: Ricordate Pegah?Rischia di essere nuovamente rispedita in mano ai suoi assassini. Per sostenere la campagna di concessione dell’asilo a Pegah Emambakhsh, invia anche un’e-mail di protesta a:

smithjj@parliament.uk
public.enquiries@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk
asylum@iglhrc.org

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2 Risposte to "Hamzeh e Loghman si amano: Allah li uccide, Javè tace. Tu che fai?"

naturalmente firmo e sottoscrivo tutto..però credo in questo casi ben poco possiamo fare noi e queerway, c’è bisogno delle ONG e degli organismi internazionali per i diritti umani come il partito radicale transnazionale ed Amnesty International! Confido che anche loro si stanno mobilitando, in modo da firmare direttamente le loro petizioni!

Letto e sottoscritto 🙂

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