Iran: Private Homes Raided for 'Immor...

Iran: Private Homes Raided for 'Immorality'

There are 1 comment on the Human Rights Watch story from Mar 28, 2008, titled Iran: Private Homes Raided for 'Immorality'. In it, Human Rights Watch reports that:

“In Iran, for some people, the spy at the bedroom window or the knock at the door can mean the threat of a death sentence”

The arrest of more than 30 men attending a party in a private home in the city of Esfahan signals renewed efforts by Iranian authorities to enforce "morality" codes, and highlights the fragility of basic rights ... via Human Rights Watch

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Abu jassem

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#1 Mar 29, 2008
Looks like one of those Ameer Taheries stories.

The incedent if it happened it must happned in his apt right where he lives, according to our intelligent report.

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