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An IRI Cleric shoots a youngester in the head!

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Ok this is a credible story:

 

A 20 year old boy in Karadj flirts with a girl on the street and a Mullah who witnesses it grabs the boy pulls his Gun and shoots the poor kid in the head and shattering his head into pieces all over the surrounding area!!! :bash::bash: :angry: :angry:

 

Worst of all, this case was handed to only a Cleric Court!!! :bash::bash:

 

Down with IRI!!! :bash:

 

 

And below are the sources:

http://www.baztab.com/news/24866.php

 

http://www.iran-newspaper.com/1384/...ual.htm#s472365

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r u serious????????????????????? :angry:

this is just going wayyyyyyyyy over the line :no: :no: :no:

down with IRI :blow: :angry:

it is just flirting

they just really need to get over it

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:angry:

:angry: :angry:

 

:angry: :angry: :angry: :angry:

:angry: :angry: :angry:

:angry:

 

 

 

 

 

:angry: :angry:

 

in my baba's home town......wat a disgrace.......i really feel for the boys family......wot happened to the girl? :c :c :c

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This is how i feel

 

 

 

 

:bash::bash::bash: :angry: :angry: :angry: :angry: :bash: :angry: :no: :angry: :bash:

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Here it is in English:

 

 

Iran’s senior security official, a mullah, focus of public rage after shooting a 20-year-old man to death

Tue. 31 May 2005

Iran Focus

 

 

img429d05437861b.jpg

 

 

Tehran, May 31 – New information has come to light on the shooting in cold blood of a 20-year-old man by a senior official of Iran’s paramilitary police, the State Security Forces, at an underground railway station in the city of Karaj, west of Tehran. The murder, witnessed by hundreds of rush-hour commuters, sparked clashes between angry protesters and security forces in several neighbourhoods of Karaj.

 

Hojjatol-Islam Asgar Najafi, who shot Ali Amini-Tehrani in the head at point blank at a crowded Pol-e Fardis Metro station late Wednesday evening, was a mullah serving as the SSF Deputy Commandant for Islamic Indoctrination and political and social affairs.

 

Eye-witnesses later described how Najafi ordered the young man to accompany him to the police station for “lewd behaviour”. When the young man refused, Najafi pulled out his gun, placed it on the back of the man’s neck, and fired.

 

As a large crowd gathered around the young man’s body lying in a pool of blood and angry shouts of “murderer, murderer” rose, security agents at the scene formed a protective ring around Najafi and led him to safety outside the station, where he was whisked away in a patrol car.

 

In the following days, the clerical regime’s authorities made a concerted effort to blame the victim, making claims that he was a drug addict or a member of a drug smuggling ring. Amini-Tehrani’s mother, who denies the accusations as a cover-up, has refused to allow the corpse to be buried, insisting that a full autopsy must first be conducted to prove that the allegations are false.

 

Facing public outrage over the cold-blooded murder, the authorities have decided to have Najafi tried by the Special Court for the Clergy, an extra-judicial body that exclusively deals with wrongdoings by mullahs. The SCC metes out extremely lenient sentences, such as defrocking of a cleric convicted of murder.

 

The incident has not died down since Wednesday when a crowd, infuriated by the murder and the impunity of the murderer, attacked vehicles belonging to the security forces outside the station.

 

Student protests have been met with paramilitary police reaction, with many of the student protesters in Karaj Free University being beaten up with truncheons. Clashes between young protesters and security forces continued for several hours in different parts of the city.

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they just had something about this on the tv.....they showed his madar.....

 

vai...man enghad gerye kardam ke nemidooni.....

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Here it is in English:

 

 

Iran’s senior security official, a mullah, focus of public rage after shooting a 20-year-old man to death   

Tue. 31 May 2005

Iran Focus

 

 

img429d05437861b.jpg

 

 

Tehran, May 31 – New information has come to light on the shooting in cold blood of a 20-year-old man by a senior official of Iran’s paramilitary police, the State Security Forces, at an underground railway station in the city of Karaj, west of Tehran. The murder, witnessed by hundreds of rush-hour commuters, sparked clashes between angry protesters and security forces in several neighbourhoods of Karaj.

 

Hojjatol-Islam Asgar Najafi, who shot Ali Amini-Tehrani in the head at point blank at a crowded Pol-e Fardis Metro station late Wednesday evening, was a mullah serving as the SSF Deputy Commandant for Islamic Indoctrination and political and social affairs.

 

Eye-witnesses later described how Najafi ordered the young man to accompany him to the police station for “lewd behaviour”. When the young man refused, Najafi pulled out his gun, placed it on the back of the man’s neck, and fired.

 

As a large crowd gathered around the young man’s body lying in a pool of blood and angry shouts of “murderer, murderer” rose, security agents at the scene formed a protective ring around Najafi and led him to safety outside the station, where he was whisked away in a patrol car.

 

In the following days, the clerical regime’s authorities made a concerted effort to blame the victim, making claims that he was a drug addict or a member of a drug smuggling ring. Amini-Tehrani’s mother, who denies the accusations as a cover-up, has refused to allow the corpse to be buried, insisting that a full autopsy must first be conducted to prove that the allegations are false.

 

Facing public outrage over the cold-blooded murder, the authorities have decided to have Najafi tried by the Special Court for the Clergy, an extra-judicial body that exclusively deals with wrongdoings by mullahs. The SCC metes out extremely lenient sentences, such as defrocking of a cleric convicted of murder.

 

The incident has not died down since Wednesday when a crowd, infuriated by the murder and the impunity of the murderer, attacked vehicles belonging to the security forces outside the station.

 

Student protests have been met with paramilitary police reaction, with many of the student protesters in Karaj Free University being beaten up with truncheons. Clashes between young protesters and security forces continued for several hours in different parts of the city.

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elahi bemeram :c :c :c

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Here it is in English:

 

 

Iran’s senior security official, a mullah, focus of public rage after shooting a 20-year-old man to death   

Tue. 31 May 2005

Iran Focus

 

 

img429d05437861b.jpg

 

 

Tehran, May 31 – New information has come to light on the shooting in cold blood of a 20-year-old man by a senior official of Iran’s paramilitary police, the State Security Forces, at an underground railway station in the city of Karaj, west of Tehran. The murder, witnessed by hundreds of rush-hour commuters, sparked clashes between angry protesters and security forces in several neighbourhoods of Karaj.

 

Hojjatol-Islam Asgar Najafi, who shot Ali Amini-Tehrani in the head at point blank at a crowded Pol-e Fardis Metro station late Wednesday evening, was a mullah serving as the SSF Deputy Commandant for Islamic Indoctrination and political and social affairs.

 

Eye-witnesses later described how Najafi ordered the young man to accompany him to the police station for “lewd behaviour”. When the young man refused, Najafi pulled out his gun, placed it on the back of the man’s neck, and fired.

 

As a large crowd gathered around the young man’s body lying in a pool of blood and angry shouts of “murderer, murderer” rose, security agents at the scene formed a protective ring around Najafi and led him to safety outside the station, where he was whisked away in a patrol car.

 

In the following days, the clerical regime’s authorities made a concerted effort to blame the victim, making claims that he was a drug addict or a member of a drug smuggling ring. Amini-Tehrani’s mother, who denies the accusations as a cover-up, has refused to allow the corpse to be buried, insisting that a full autopsy must first be conducted to prove that the allegations are false.

 

Facing public outrage over the cold-blooded murder, the authorities have decided to have Najafi tried by the Special Court for the Clergy, an extra-judicial body that exclusively deals with wrongdoings by mullahs. The SCC metes out extremely lenient sentences, such as defrocking of a cleric convicted of murder.

 

The incident has not died down since Wednesday when a crowd, infuriated by the murder and the impunity of the murderer, attacked vehicles belonging to the security forces outside the station.

 

Student protests have been met with paramilitary police reaction, with many of the student protesters in Karaj Free University being beaten up with truncheons. Clashes between young protesters and security forces continued for several hours in different parts of the city.

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elahi bemeram :c :c :c

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midoonam....vai khoda.

:c

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Here it is in English:

 

 

Iran’s senior security official, a mullah, focus of public rage after shooting a 20-year-old man to death   

Tue. 31 May 2005

Iran Focus

 

 

img429d05437861b.jpg

 

 

Tehran, May 31 – New information has come to light on the shooting in cold blood of a 20-year-old man by a senior official of Iran’s paramilitary police, the State Security Forces, at an underground railway station in the city of Karaj, west of Tehran. The murder, witnessed by hundreds of rush-hour commuters, sparked clashes between angry protesters and security forces in several neighbourhoods of Karaj.

 

Hojjatol-Islam Asgar Najafi, who shot Ali Amini-Tehrani in the head at point blank at a crowded Pol-e Fardis Metro station late Wednesday evening, was a mullah serving as the SSF Deputy Commandant for Islamic Indoctrination and political and social affairs.

 

Eye-witnesses later described how Najafi ordered the young man to accompany him to the police station for “lewd behaviour”. When the young man refused, Najafi pulled out his gun, placed it on the back of the man’s neck, and fired.

 

As a large crowd gathered around the young man’s body lying in a pool of blood and angry shouts of “murderer, murderer” rose, security agents at the scene formed a protective ring around Najafi and led him to safety outside the station, where he was whisked away in a patrol car.

 

In the following days, the clerical regime’s authorities made a concerted effort to blame the victim, making claims that he was a drug addict or a member of a drug smuggling ring. Amini-Tehrani’s mother, who denies the accusations as a cover-up, has refused to allow the corpse to be buried, insisting that a full autopsy must first be conducted to prove that the allegations are false.

 

Facing public outrage over the cold-blooded murder, the authorities have decided to have Najafi tried by the Special Court for the Clergy, an extra-judicial body that exclusively deals with wrongdoings by mullahs. The SCC metes out extremely lenient sentences, such as defrocking of a cleric convicted of murder.

 

The incident has not died down since Wednesday when a crowd, infuriated by the murder and the impunity of the murderer, attacked vehicles belonging to the security forces outside the station.

 

Student protests have been met with paramilitary police reaction, with many of the student protesters in Karaj Free University being beaten up with truncheons. Clashes between young protesters and security forces continued for several hours in different parts of the city.

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elahi bemeram :c :c :c

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midoonam....vai khoda.

:c

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chizi ke mano khely narahat meekone ke faghat 20 saalesh bood bichare :c

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oh my gosh r u serious? :c :c :c :c

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oh my gosh r u serious? :c  :c  :c  :c

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yeah....he lived 3 doors away from doostam lara joon.....

 

she was really upset...he was a family friend and all.....

:c

 

 

 

 

:c :c :c :c :c :c

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i heard that the case isnt going to the clerics court any longer....its going straight to the civil and that damn mullah may face the death penalty....i hope he does....ppl like him dnt deserve to live. :angry: :angry: :angry: :angry: :angry: :angry: :c :c :c :c

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oh my gosh r u serious? :c  :c  :c  :c

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yeah....he lived 3 doors away from doostam lara joon.....

 

she was really upset...he was a family friend and all.....

:c

 

 

 

 

:c :c :c :c :c :c

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oh i am so sorry hun :c

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oh my gosh r u serious? :c  :c  :c  :c

93185[/snapback]

 

yeah....he lived 3 doors away from doostam lara joon.....

 

she was really upset...he was a family friend and all.....

:c

 

 

 

 

:c :c :c :c :c :c

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oh i am so sorry hun :c

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its ok....thnx... :friends:

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akhay delam barash misozeh..makhsozan baray khanevadash...

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oh my gosh r u serious? :c  :c  :c  :c

93185[/snapback]

 

yeah....he lived 3 doors away from doostam lara joon.....

 

she was really upset...he was a family friend and all.....

:c

 

 

 

 

:c :c :c :c :c :c

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sadly he wont.......HE WILLL GET AWAY WITH IT....hes a mother ****** mullah .....what do u think he will do....hes difinantly gettin away with it ( spelling )

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They're sick in the head I swear... when the opportunity comes, they'll rape a girl themselves. I hope he gets the death penalty, but most probably he won't. So what is it that these so-called religious figures want? For guys to turn gay and girls lesbian?

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They're sick in the head I swear... when the opportunity comes, they'll rape a girl themselves.  I hope he gets the death penalty, but most probably he won't.  So what is it that these so-called religious figures want?  For guys to turn gay and girls lesbian?

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beghoran.....midonam......khaak bar sareshoon. :angry: :angry:

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