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Friday, August 5, 2016

Iran tricks families of executed prisoners

This is the country we've made a nuclear deal with and President Obama believes is living up to the deal, as bad as it was in the first place--Iran, a place where chants of "Death to America," "Death to Israel" are a daily ritual.

And it's death that Iranians seem to excel in over all other things except for praying five times a day to their god they call Allah, the Pagan moon god.

The families of at least 20 Iranian prisoners scheduled for death by hanging were called by the Islamic government of Iran. They were told that this would be their last opportunity to say goodbye to their loved ones.

When they got to the prison, they were told to pick up the body of their loved one instead--they had already been hanged with some of them hastily buried. And the family members of those still above-ground were told to pick up the bodies at the prison morgue.

Coincidentally, all the dead were Sunnis while the large majority of Iranians are Sh'ite Muslims.

The government accused them of sundry crimes ranging from murder, bombings, robberies and undermining national security. (Thankfully, Hillary Clinton was never in Iranian government.)

Some of the prisoners were accused of participating in attacks by a Takfiri Salafist group known as "Monotheism and Jihad." Iranian intelligence authorities claim were responsible for two dozen attacks which killed 21 Shi'ites over a 2 year period.

The families of the prisoners and rights groups say the prisoners never received fair trials and they were tortured into making their confessions while liberals here opposed pouring water on the heads of terrorists in order to gain information that might save American lives.

One young Kurdish man, Shahram Ahmadi, 28, was tortured for 43 months while kept in solitary confinement. His charge was "emnity against God."

Kurdish lives matter.

Iran has a fine reputation of killing their prisoners and then notifying the family Shahin Gobadi said. Gobadi is a member of the National Council of Resistance in Iran Foreign Affairs Committee. "One explanation for this is that the regime is afraid of public backlash and protests outside the prison by families to halt the executions."

It should tell you pretty much all you need to know as to what kind of people the Iranian government is comprised of, and just how much we can trust them with the nuclear deal.

They even hate dogs.

The notion that human rights exists at all in Iran is as crazy as someone thinking the $400 million dollars we paid to them wasn't ransom money.