Alleged juvenile offender hanged in Iran

Alleged juvenile offender hanged in Iran

There are 49 comments on the Big News Network.com story from Jan 20, 2013, titled Alleged juvenile offender hanged in Iran. In it, Big News Network.com reports that:

A 21-year-old man has been executed in Iran for a crime he allegedly committed while apparently still a juvenile.

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Kar

Gdansk, Poland

#1 Jan 20, 2013
and?
usa and fellowship from western countries and their other brainless corrupt puppets have murdered millions of people including children, teenagers and have caused of death, mental and physical disability of millions of innocent people in their wars on oil and other natural resources popularely so called ,,wars on terror,, or ,,missions,, were fat criminal, neonazi bastards with weapon of mass destructions have fight and fight halfnaked, bad trained, bad armed insurgents:young people, teenagers,even children and civilians:women, children and other innocent people.

“bless the USA”

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#2 Jan 20, 2013
Hundreds of millions of people are alive today because of the USA's contributions in agricultural development, medicine, industry, space exploration, medical facilities and colleges, universities educating hundreds of thousands of foreign students, charity, and over 300 Nobel prizes. Your lies will not change that.

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#3 Jan 20, 2013
Peace for all

Calgary, Canada

#4 Jan 21, 2013
You offend a juvenile in Canada or US, you go to jail with severe punishment.

A thing that is bad in US or Canada is bad in Iran too.

I will never ever myself commit this kind of crime anywhere in the world.Countries other than Iran have as much severe laws against such crime.

Peace laden love is different than offending with crime.Peace love you only show without touching any one.

“bless the USA”

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#5 Jan 22, 2013
Peace for all wrote:
You offend a juvenile in Canada or US, you go to jail with severe punishment.
A thing that is bad in US or Canada is bad in Iran too.
I will never ever myself commit this kind of crime anywhere in the world.Countries other than Iran have as much severe laws against such crime.
Peace laden love is different than offending with crime.Peace love you only show without touching any one.
A juvenile offender in the USA, Canada, and most of the world cannot be executed for his or her crime. Iran violated International Law executing a person who participated in a crime as a juvenile.
ocxz

Cangey, France

#6 Jan 23, 2013
One might not agree with another country laws, but it is their laws.
there is no international law.
Deal with it.
Peace for all

Calgary, Canada

#7 Jan 23, 2013
ocxz wrote:
One might not agree with another country laws, but it is their laws.
there is no international law.
Deal with it.
I agree. In Canada, I care about Canadian laws. While visiting other countries, I have to care about laws of those countries while there.

“bless the USA”

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#8 Jan 23, 2013
ocxz wrote:
One might not agree with another country laws, but it is their laws.
there is no international law.
Deal with it.
Once again you support laws that discriminate against women, kill without a fair trial and appellate system, hang children, and persecute those of other religions. Using your logic, there was no problem with Germany exterminating Jews. There certainly is International Law. You are shameful. Disgusting.
ocxz

Sainte-clotilde, Reunion

#9 Jan 23, 2013
From a chap that is always boasting about his exceptionalism, i am the least surprised by your comment.
I would not risk myself using your logic to illustrate my point of view, simply because you don't have any logic.

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#10 Jan 24, 2013
ocxz wrote:
From a chap that is always boasting about his exceptionalism, i am the least surprised by your comment.
I would not risk myself using your logic to illustrate my point of view, simply because you don't have any logic.
Once again you support laws that discriminate against women, kill without a fair trial and appellate system, hang children, and persecute those of other religions. Using your logic, there was no problem with Germany exterminating Jews. There certainly is International Law.
ocxz

Sainte-clotilde, Reunion

#11 Jan 24, 2013
Kenhunt wrote:
<quoted text>Once again you support laws that discriminate against women, kill without a fair trial and appellate system, hang children, and persecute those of other religions. Using your logic, there was no problem with Germany exterminating Jews. There certainly is International Law.
yeah, sure.
You repeat yourself like a scratched record, running out of rational arguments again.
I said i respect the laws of my country and i would expect people that come and visit my country to abide by its laws, just as i would respect another country's laws and abide by its laws if i had to travel or live in another country.
Logic is a foreign word to you, i guess that's why you have so much trouble grasping what it means.
Just because you feel superior to others does not give you the right to judge them.

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#12 Jan 24, 2013
ocxz wrote:
<quoted text>
yeah, sure.
You repeat yourself like a scratched record, running out of rational arguments again.
I said i respect the laws of my country and i would expect people that come and visit my country to abide by its laws, just as i would respect another country's laws and abide by its laws if i had to travel or live in another country.
Logic is a foreign word to you, i guess that's why you have so much trouble grasping what it means.
Just because you feel superior to others does not give you the right to judge them.
It is about HUMAN RIGHTS. How can any thinking person justify killing children for any offense? What is logical about that? Treating women like dogs? That is logical to you? If you travel to a state where women are inferior creatures, you'd submit to that for your wife or daughters? Something is wrong with you, dude, very wrong. Feelings of superiority have nothing to do with it. Right and wrong, evil and good, discrimination and nondiscrimination have to do with it: those are clearly rational dichotomies.

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#13 Jan 24, 2013
Peace for all wrote:
<quoted text>
I agree. In Canada, I care about Canadian laws. While visiting other countries, I have to care about laws of those countries while there.
"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing."
ocxz

Sainte-clotilde, Reunion

#14 Jan 24, 2013
Kenhunt wrote:
<quoted text> "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing."
"The path to hell is paved with good intentions"
ocxz

Sainte-clotilde, Reunion

#15 Jan 24, 2013
Kenhunt wrote:
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It is about HUMAN RIGHTS. How can any thinking person justify killing children for any offense? What is logical about that? Treating women like dogs? That is logical to you? If you travel to a state where women are inferior creatures, you'd submit to that for your wife or daughters? Something is wrong with you, dude, very wrong. Feelings of superiority have nothing to do with it. Right and wrong, evil and good, discrimination and nondiscrimination have to do with it: those are clearly rational dichotomies.
Why would you travel to a country where you consider women to be inferior ? Seeing that the death penalty has been abolished in my country because the majority of our people have mentally evolved in that respect, i could say "how can a thinking person justify killing anyone for any offense ?, What is logical about that ?"
Yet if i do travel to your country and i commit a crime which leads me to the death chamber, who do i have to blame but myself, because i did not follow the rules and i knew what the consequences would be.
Do i have the right to say that the USA is an evil country as such ?
It takes a big feeling of superiority and self-righteoussness to declare oneself apt to declare what is right or wrong, evil or good.
You would have to be an appointed judge, and a judge can only perform within his juridiction.
Are you a judge, do you have a special god given gift to actually decide what is right or wrong, evil or good ?

“bless the USA”

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#16 Jan 24, 2013
ocxz wrote:
<quoted text>
Why would you travel to a country where you consider women to be inferior ? Seeing that the death penalty has been abolished in my country because the majority of our people have mentally evolved in that respect, i could say "how can a thinking person justify killing anyone for any offense ?, What is logical about that ?"
Yet if i do travel to your country and i commit a crime which leads me to the death chamber, who do i have to blame but myself, because i did not follow the rules and i knew what the consequences would be.
Do i have the right to say that the USA is an evil country as such ?
It takes a big feeling of superiority and self-righteoussness to declare oneself apt to declare what is right or wrong, evil or good.
You would have to be an appointed judge, and a judge can only perform within his juridiction.
Are you a judge, do you have a special god given gift to actually decide what is right or wrong, evil or good ?
In reply to your questions" I don't. Nothing. Yes, you do. No, I am not. Yes, so do you.

None of that justifies your philosophy of just looking the other way while someone, in the name of a local law or Allah, throws acid on women. You may well look the other way with what is being done in the name of Allah in Africa, but now that your country has waded into that mess, you might want to look out your own window. Knock knock.
ocxz

Sainte-clotilde, Reunion

#17 Jan 24, 2013
Kenhunt wrote:
<quoted text>
In reply to your questions" I don't. Nothing. Yes, you do. No, I am not. Yes, so do you.
None of that justifies your philosophy of just looking the other way while someone, in the name of a local law or Allah, throws acid on women. You may well look the other way with what is being done in the name of Allah in Africa, but now that your country has waded into that mess, you might want to look out your own window. Knock knock.
It is not a question of looking the other way.
So you look which way, with your extraordinary exceptional eyesight which can see across the globe ?
Who is throwing acid right now ? which country ?
How do you know that it is in the name of Allah ?
As far as i know, my country has been asked by Mali to intervene to help them reconquer half of their national territory from rebels and they have a UN mandate.
A direct result of the infamous Lybia intervention to remove Gadaffi with the disastrous results that we know.
Lybia did not ask Western powers to intervene.
If there was any justice Sarkozy should be tried and jailed.
There is no international law.
I was against that intervention, you approved it.
Not quite like invading Iraq on false reasons following the mess your country had created by supporting Saddam Hussein because they were always (just like you) aiming at Iran and wanted to sap Iran influence in Iraq. The result was the opposite.
Iraq did not ask Western powers to intervene. If there was any justice, Bush & Cheney should be tried and jailed, i guess they have sorted out the problem by both buying big farms in Uruguay and not many are aware that there is no extradition treaty between the USA and Uruguay.
There is no international law.
I was against that intervention.
So i look out of my window and i see the sea waves breaking on the shore, i am satisfied.
What do you see when you look out of your window ?

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#18 Jan 24, 2013
ocxz wrote:
<quoted text>
It is not a question of looking the other way.
So you look which way, with your extraordinary exceptional eyesight which can see across the globe ?
Who is throwing acid right now ? which country ?
How do you know that it is in the name of Allah ?
As far as i know, my country has been asked by Mali to intervene to help them reconquer half of their national territory from rebels and they have a UN mandate.
A direct result of the infamous Lybia intervention to remove Gadaffi with the disastrous results that we know.
Lybia did not ask Western powers to intervene.
If there was any justice Sarkozy should be tried and jailed.
There is no international law.
I was against that intervention, you approved it.
Not quite like invading Iraq on false reasons following the mess your country had created by supporting Saddam Hussein because they were always (just like you) aiming at Iran and wanted to sap Iran influence in Iraq. The result was the opposite.
Iraq did not ask Western powers to intervene. If there was any justice, Bush & Cheney should be tried and jailed, i guess they have sorted out the problem by both buying big farms in Uruguay and not many are aware that there is no extradition treaty between the USA and Uruguay.
There is no international law.
I was against that intervention.
So i look out of my window and i see the sea waves breaking on the shore, i am satisfied.
What do you see when you look out of your window ?
Of course it is! You say it is some other country's legal system, why should you be concerned? THAT is looking the other way.

The acid comment was metaphorical. But if you want to know where women are being treated as second-class citizens, where the clergy condones beating one's wife, where women are forbidden to go to school...I can tell you. But I rather think you already know. And you know that all of that is in the name of Allah.

So if a UN mandate makes your country's involvement in Mali OK, well, that shoe would fit the USA as well, yes? And they are not just rebels (they are Islamic terrorists) and many not even from Mali...as you must know since you dragged Libya into the discussion.

Libya BEGGED the Western powers to help defeat goofy Qadaffi and his fellow despots! You did not know that?

We did not support Hussein in any significant way. Again, if you want to know where his support came from, look at all the military gear and training in Iraq up to the end of the second Gulf war.

I agree with you on Bush. I am not sure what Cheney's offense was. I think Bush bought land in Paraguay. That would have nothing to do with extradition. He is a rancher, so maybe that was his purpose. Remember that almost half of Cuba belonged to a Texan named King (The King Ranch).

Why do you keep saying there is no international law, since there clearly is?

Were you against the Lockerbee bombing and the return of its primary perp to the open arms of Qadaffi?

Out my window, I see the Appalachians and the Tennessee river.

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#19 Jan 24, 2013
ocxz

Paris, France

#20 Jan 24, 2013
Kenhunt wrote:
<quoted text>
Of course it is! You say it is some other country's legal system, why should you be concerned? THAT is looking the other way.
The acid comment was metaphorical.
First you pass it on as a fact, now it is a metaphor.
Metaphor is not a fact.
So i take it it is the same for all your accusations ?
Kenhunt wrote:
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But if you want to know where women are being treated as second-class citizens, where the clergy condones beating one's wife, where women are forbidden to go to school...I can tell you. But I rather think you already know. And you know that all of that is in the name of Allah.
Women around the world including western countries have always been treated as 2nd class citizens. When did they get the right to vote in france, in the Usa ? Google it. it is a never-ending struggle.
Kenhunt wrote:
<quoted text
So if a UN mandate makes your country's involvement in Mali OK, well, that shoe would fit the USA as well, yes? And they are not just rebels (they are Islamic terrorists) and many not even from Mali...as you must know since you dragged Libya into the discussion.
Libya BEGGED the Western powers to help defeat goofy Qadaffi and his fellow despots! You did not know that?
Lybia never begged anyone to help defeat Ghadaffi.
Kenhunt wrote:
<quoted text>
We did not support Hussein in any significant way.
if you want to know where his support came from, look at all the military gear and training in Iraq up to the end of the second Gulf war.
See post below.
Kenhunt wrote:
<quoted text>
I agree with you on Bush.
You agreed before he intervened, or with hindsight ?
Kenhunt wrote:
<quoted text>
I am not sure what Cheney's offense was. I think Bush bought land in Paraguay. That would have nothing to do with extradition. He is a rancher, so maybe that was his purpose. Remember that almost half of Cuba belonged to a Texan named King (The King Ranch).
Partners in crime. It has to do with evading justice, just like Bush declared that american soldiers were not to be held responsible for any exactions in Iraq. dixit the use of private contractors ie Blackwater so that the USA army would not be exposed to justice.
Kenhunt wrote:
<quoted text>
Why do you keep saying there is no international law, since there clearly is?
What international law, where ? Where is your link ?
Kenhunt wrote:
<quoted text>
Were you against the Lockerbee bombing and the return of its primary perp to the open arms of Qadaffi?
Was not Lybia, Meghrabi was framed, so much he was released by the british, that caused a furor in the USA. No tangible proof.
The truth is related to the Iran Air flight that was shot down by USS Vincennes.
Kenhunt wrote:
<quoted text>
Out my window, I see the Appalachians and the Tennessee river.
Must be a nice view.

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