Wednesday, March 5, 2014

IRANIAN MAN'S EYES TO BE GOUGED OUT, EARS & NOSE CUT OFF AS PUNISHMENT FOR POURING ACID ON GIRL'S FACE


The Iranian regime's judiciary in Tehran has condemned a young man to have his eyes gouged and his right ear cutoff, a state-run daily Shraq reported.

The man identified by his first name Jamshid was convicted of deliberately pouring acid on the face of a girl named Shirin which caused her to lose eyesight and right ear.

The Iranian regime's judiciary officials have publicly defended the cutting off of hands and feet, the removal of a “defendant’s” eye, and even stoning as very real part of their judicial law.

On May 1, Mohammad-Javad Larijani, who was at the time the head Human Rights Council in the mullahs' judiciary said: " Retaliation and punishment are beautiful and necessary things. It’s a form of protection for the individual and civil rights of the people in a society. The executioner or the person carrying out the sentence is in fact very much a defender of human rights. One can say that there is humanity in the act of retaliation."