Source: “Not a Single Mention of Release of Political Prisoners or Human Rights Violations” – an Iranian’s Opinion on the Lift of Sanctions
“Not a single mention of release of political prisoners, human rights violations, indictment of international criminals, free elections, gender equality and so much more. In the end it was about protecting interest.
Iran could continue to do whatever it wanted internally to its population as exemplified by the record number of executions in 2015 so long as it stayed off course for an atomic bomb.
If the West was serious about handling the Iranian regime it could have easily put further terms in the negotiations that meant release of all political prisoners and a return to free elections. In all likelihood they probably could have got the Iranians to agree sooner or later.”
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Human rights abuser #Iran in no position to moralize about #Saudi executions https://t.co/UzCwz6ZaBW pic.twitter.com/5dbMs5sfQH
— CJPME (@CJPME) 8 Janvier 2016
@movements_org This images tell us that Iran have no human rights pic.twitter.com/oUVJWJG37v
— rashed (@rashed2011n) 4 Janvier 2016
#Iran, please free human rights activists! #FreeBahareh #FreeAtenaFarghadani #FreeAtenaDaemi #FreeNarges, please RT pic.twitter.com/J75qzpBFv7
— Sahar (@moazan45ghj) 5 Janvier 2016