Iran's stolen election: the human rights fallout - Macleans.ca
 

Iran’s stolen election: the human rights fallout


 

The Iran Human Rights Documentation Center has released its latest report.


 

Iran’s stolen election: the human rights fallout

  1. In response, government authorities have stepped up police and Basij presence in and around university campuses at an unprecedented rate. Authorities have also resorted to measures such as partially opening university dormitories, sending students to dormitories further away from university campuses, intimidating family members, arbitrarily summoning students for interrogation, and forcing selected university professors into early retirement.

    What a crappy excuse for a country. May the totalitarianism crumble soon, before some moron decides a mushroom cloud somewhere would be cool.

  2. There's ZERO evidence that the elections were in fact "stolen" and TWO polls conducted by American NGOs have since shown that the Iranian people did elect Ahmadinejad.
    See

    http://www.iranaffairs.com/iran_affairs/2009/09/p