Erscheinungsdatum: 11/2009, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: An Introduction to the Political Economy of Islam, Titelzusatz: From Inquiry to Understanding Islamic States, Autor: Mortazavi, Saeed, Verlag: VDM Verlag, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Politikwissenschaft, Seiten: 152, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 243 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
The Chain murders of Iran or Serial Murders was a series of at least 15 murders and disappearances in the 1990s, apparently orchestrated, of Iranian dissident intellectuals who had been critical of the Islamic Republic system in some way. Various methods were used to kill the victims car accidents, stabbings, shootings in staged robberies, injections with potassium to simulate a heart attack in what some think was an attempt to avoid outside attention from the international community. The killings spanned over several years and the victims included more than 80 writers, translators, poets, political activists, and ordinary citizens. The subject of the murders came to a head in late 1998 when three dissident writers, a political leader and his wife were murdered in the span of two months. After great public outcry and journalistic investigation in Iran and publicity internationally, prosecutors announced in mid-1999 that one Saeed Emami had led "rogue elements" in Iran's intelligence ministry in the killings, but that Emami was now dead having committed suicide in prison
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Saeed Mortazavi is a controversial Iranian jurist and former prosecutor of the Islamic Revolutionary Court, and Prosecutor General of Tehran, a position he has held from 2003 to 2009. He has been called as "butcher of the press" and "torturer of Tehran" by some observers. Mortazavi has been accused of the torture and death in custody of Iranian-Canadian photographer Zahra Kazemi by the Canadian government and was named by 2010 Iranian parliamentary report as the man responsible for abuse of dozens and death of three political prisoners at Kahrizak detention center in 2009. He is now deputy prosecutor-general of Iran.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Saeed Taghipour (born February 9, 1960) is an Iranian journalist and former politician. He is the Chief of Board for Jahan-e-Eghtesad Economic Daily in Iran, which is the country''s first economic newspaper. In the final year of Mohammad Khatami''s presidency, Taghipour was General Manager of Published Media Relations in Iran''s Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance. He also maintained a previous General Manager position in Parliament Relations within the same ministry.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Saeed Emami was the deputy minister of intelligence under Ali Fallahian, and an intelligence officer under Ghorbanali Dorri-Najafabadi. He was charged with having independently organized assassinations of dissidents. Hojatoleslam Ali Fallahian, is an Iranian politician and cleric. He has served as a member of the 3rd Assembly of Experts of the IRI and as the Minister of Intelligence of Islamic Republic of Iran in cabinet of President Hashemi Rafsanjani. In 1987, he was appointed by Khomeini as chief prosecutor of the Special Court for the Clergy and led the trial against Mehdi Hashemi.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Tanzeem-e-Islami is an Islamic religious organisation based in Lahore, Pakistan. Founded in 1975 by religious scholar Dr. Israr Ahmed, it advocates the establishment of an Islamic Caliphate in Pakistan and worldwide. The Tanzeem was created after Israr Ahmed split from the Jamaat-e-Islami in 1957, when the latter party entered electoral politics in Pakistan. Currently, Hafiz Akif Saeed (Dr.Ahmed's second son) is the ameer of the Tanzeem. Among Jamaat-e-Islami's other leaders in Denmark is the former journalist Mohamed Saddique, who was for many years a correspondent for the party's paper in Karachi, Jasarat. He has also written for the Jamaat weekly Takbeer, which is also published in Karachi but has readership in Copenhagen.
Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh is a British-born militant of Pakistani descent with links to various Islamic-based organisations, including Jaish-e-Mohammed, Al-Qaeda, Harkat- ul-Mujahideen and Taliban.He was arrested and served time in prison for the 1994 kidnappings of Western tourists in India, an act which he acknowledges, he was released from captivity in 1999 and provided safe passage into Afghanistan with the support of Taliban in exchange for passengers aboard hijacked Indian Airlines Flight 814. He is most well- known for his role in the 2002 kidnapping and murder of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Yas-e No ( in Persian) was a reformist newspaper in Iran, unofficially an outlet of the Islamic Iran Participation Front. On February 18, 2004, the Iranian judiciary banned the newspaper, perhaps temporarily, only one day before the parliamentary election, after the paper published an open letter from some members of the outgoing parliament to Ayatollah Khamenei, the Supreme Leader. The letter was read to journalists by Mohsen Armin, one of the organizers of the sit-in by MPs criticizing the vetting of candidates by the Council of Guardians. Saeed Mortazavi, Tehran''s general prosecutor, announced that he had ordered the ban because of a request by the High Council of National Security. Hassan Rowhani, the council''s chair, and Mohammad Khatami, then the president, denied this assertion on February 20 and February 23, respectively, saying that the matter was not even discussed at the council''s meeting.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Saeed Sayyed Salama was arrested in June 1998, accused of membership in al-Jihad, as he was crossing into Egypt from Yemen. Other sources say he was arrested June 1, 1998 in Saudi Arabia. He was accused of overseeing several bomb attacks against American military targets within Saudi Arabia. At the Returnees from Albania case, he reported that the militant group had decided to shift their focus to attacking American and French targets after those two countries began helping apprehend and kill Islamic militants, and that targets were chosen to give the group a media platform and secure their "power and credibility".