Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Stop Child Executions In Iran

Child executions violate international law

[No] capital punishment... shall be imposed for offences committed by persons below eighteen years of age

Article 37(a) of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

According to the United Nations, a child is a person under the age of 18. Despite the fact that the government of Iran has signed International Covenants that forbid them to execute anyone who has allegedly committed an offence before the age of 18, they continue to do so.

Amnesty International has documented 31 executions of child offenders in Iran since 1990. In many cases, these minors have been imprisoned until the age of 18 and then executed. Currently, there are at least 95 minors on death row in Iran.

Help stop these brutal murder of the young in Iran. Please sign the petition to stop child executions

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Cross-posted at MPJ


Third Zionist Whore said...

Thank you Supersekrit, I love this. Iran is a signatory on "The Rights Of The Child" so is Saudi Arabia and the violate this all the time.

Third Zionist Whore said...

the=they along with a host of other Islamic countries.

Third Zionist Whore said...

and China does as well.