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“I Was Made A Scapegoat Because Of My Background “Syed Kazmi

Outlook Magazine | Dec 03, 2012   Sanjay Rawat interview ‘I Was Made A Scapegoat Because Of My Background’ The journalist accused of being part of an Iranian plot to attack Israeli diplomats in India speaks up Debarshi Dasgupta Interviews Syed Mohammed… Continue Reading →

US sanctions Iran over Internet, media censorship

(AFP) –  nOV 9, 2012 WASHINGTON — Washington unveiled sanctions Thursday against top Iranians and national bodies, including the communications minister and the culture ministry, hitting back for media and Internet censorship. The move against Communications Minister Reza Taghipour came… Continue Reading →

Calcutta High court grants ‘political prisoner’ status, to seven members of PUDR

  PEOPLE’S UNION FOR DEMOCRATIC RIGHTS                                                 7TH November 2012   Calcutta High Court Judgement and Political Prisoners The West Bengal High Court judgement of August 2012 granting ‘political prisoner’ status to seven members of the People’s Committee against Police Atrocities (PCPA)… Continue Reading →

Press Note: Supreme Court order granting bail to Syed Kazmi

  The Kazmi Solidarity Committee welcomes the Supreme Court order granting bail to Syed Mohammad Ahmad Kazmi after seven months in custody on charges of involvement in the bomb attack on an Israeli diplomatic vehicle. The committee deplores the obstructive… Continue Reading →

UN condemns Iran’s use of ‘stoning’ as ‘capital punishment’

  London, Oct. 12 (ANI): United Nations human rights officials have condemned Iran‘s use of stoning as a form of capital punishmentamong a number of “deeply troubling” rights violations, many of which are “systemic in nature,” according to a report. UN Human Rights Council‘s… Continue Reading →

Iraq: End harassment of oil union activists

Iraqi government agencies frequently interfere with internal union affairs, punishing union activists by imposing forced transfers, demotions, fines, travel restrictions, and other penalties allowed by Iraq‘s labor law, which dates from the Saddam Hussein regime, as well as the law… Continue Reading →

Anti-censorship software compromised with spyware

Popular Iranian proxy software found to include Trojan that reports user data Tags: Cyber crime,  Iran,  Malware,  Syria A compromised version of the Simurgh proxy has been sending user data to a remote site registered with a Saudi ISP. By Mark SuttonPublished June 3, 2012… Continue Reading →

Why Are Palestinians Paying For Germany’s Sins?

By Susan Abulhawa 15 April, 2012 Countercurrents.org  No matter who you are, no matter what greatness you’ve achieved in your life or what gifts you’ve given to the rest of humanity, if you criticize Israel, you must expect to become… Continue Reading →

Grassroots activists in Pakistan have set an example for digital rights activism.

Jillian C. York . Aljazeera Fighting online censorship when legal action fails A new plan for internet filtering could put Pakistan on par with Iran and Saudi Arabia, activists say [EPA] San Francisco, CA – When, in late February, Pakistan’s Telecommunications Authority… Continue Reading →

Citizens’ Statement on the arrest of Journalist Kazmi

March 10th, 2012, New Delhi The undersigned condemn the arrest of senior journalist Syed Mohammad Kazmi by the Delhi Police Special Cell in connection with the attack on Israeli diplomat last month. Mr. Kazmi’s arrest is reminiscent of the arrest… Continue Reading →

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