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By ATWadmin On November 26th, 2006

795151-536769-thumbnail.jpgIran has been accelerating its programme of HANGING those unfortunates who disagree with the Mad Mullah’s regime. The shocking details of what is going on in Iran at this very time make stomach-churning reading but they provide us with further proof as to just how EVIL this terror regime is.  Can we all agree on that?

AND YET  – Tony Blair talks of engaging with Iran as a "stabilising force" in the region, echoing the thoughts of the French Foreign Minister Philippe Douste-Blazy who also claimed that Iran is "a great country, a great people, a great civilisation which plays a stabilising role in the region."

I suppose when you head towards the gallows for the crime of expressing disagreement with the Mullahs that "greatness" may not be so apparent. Whether it is political dissidents, people who are gay, adulterers …Iran favours the NOOSE as a way of dispensing justice. 

We are behaving towards Iran just as we did towards Germany in the 1930’s. The spirit of appeasement prevails and evil grows stronger.

6 Responses to “HANGING PEACE….”

  1. Are you sure about this David. I noticed a lot of articles condemning the death penalty recently but they were about the neighboring country Iraq.

    I’m sure the media would not ignore it if it was happening right next door too.

  2. David, there are pictures/video clips easily foumd on the net which show vividly just what we are facing in the Muslim world. The MSM has refrained from showing these examples in order to not offend our sensibilities. I wonder whether it is now time that our sensibilities are offended and whether such offence will bring home to the British public the true nature of militant Islam and counter the denial which is so prevalent?

  3. Henry,

    Oh yes, I am certain. Being a Sunday I just left out the more graphic links.

  4. http://www.hrw.org/doc?t=mideast&c=iran

  5. I don’t approve of the death penalty anyway. Of course, it is even worse when it is in the hands of people who just want silence the opposition as opposed to reserving it for cold blooded murder.

  6. As the Observer artivcle concludes:

    "Tehran has now been condemned on more than 50 occasions by the UN for severe human rights violations.

    The Broudjerd video has been obtained by an exiled opposition group – the National Council of Resistance of Iran. At the House of Commons on Tuesday, it will be shown to cross-party MPs to encourage the British government to reconsider what the National Council regards as a policy of appeasing the Iranian regime. The group will unveil documents on the execution of more than 20,000 political victims, including evidence for the involvement of President Mohammad Ahmadinejad."

    Any chance of this scumbag being indicted for human rights violations? No, I thought not.