Sunday, 7 November 2010

Sakineh Ashtiani's new layer


Bruno Malattia, an Italian lawyer has taken on to defend Sakineh Ashtiani, her son Sajjad and Houtan Kian. Here is his first letter to the EU and copied to the heads of the Islamic regime in Iran.





S T U D I O L E G A L E M A L A T T I A
33170 PORDENONE – Via Cavallotti 1
Fax 27467
e mail: segreteria@studiomalattia.it


Avv. Bruno Malattia Avv. Augusto Cassini
Avv. Antonio Malattia Avv. Daniela Donadel
Avv. Cesare Malattia Avv. Sara Furlan
Dott. Gloria Favret


By e-mail
PRESIDENT OF EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT
Mr. JERZY BUZEK
Europarl.President.Press@europarl.europa.eu

copy to
SUPREME LEADER OF IRAN
ALI KHAMENEI
http://www.leader.ir/langs/en/index.php?p=letter

HEAD OF THE JUDICIARY
SADEQH LARIJANI
info@dadiran.ir

HEAD OF THE JUDICIARY
IN EAST AZERBAIJAN PROVINCE
MALEK-ASHTAR SHARIFI

SECRETARY GENERAL
HIGH COUNCIL OF HUMAN RIGHTS
MOHAMMAD JAVAD LARIJANI
bia.judi@yahoo.com


Pordenone, 6 novembre 2010


International Committee against Stoning –Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani

I write on behalf of the International Committee against Stoning, which asked for my legal assistance in all the initiatives that are taking place in Europe against the stoning of Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani.

The Committee I represent means to thank You and the European Parliament for the special commitment in Sakineh’s case and in Human Rights defence in Iran.

We want at the same time focus Your attention on the general climate of intimidation and threat that reigns in Iran and that puts lawyers in danger for their life or freedom, restraining them from the possibility to defend Sakineh and her family.

The Committee is confident that the European Parliament will make itself heard about these issues and will support all the actions that we mean to take to guarantee and protect not only the Right to Life of Iranian people but also their Right of Defence and to a fair trial.

With the highest esteem, Yours respectfully,


Bruno Malattia

5 comments:

  1. Namaste from Bucharest!

    I'm a 28-years-old Christian - Orthodox who found *in some sense* Jainism. And this theosophy speaks of "Ahisma", first and foremost; of *non-violence* in all cases.
    Now, what do I mean by "in some sense"?
    I mean that I can't always agree with so much... lack of reaction, even though Ahisma is invoked by Jains. Also, I have a long way to go until switching to a "Vegan" diet, which is extremely important for my Ahisma-based principle.
    As for Mrs. Sakineh Mohammad Ashtiani's case is concerned, to return to the object of discussion, I believe that Mr. Mallatia comes into her rescue... somewhat late. I hope it's not *too* late, but late nevertheless.
    This woman's alleged guilt... I can't prove nor disprove, but judging by the so many cases in which woman *and men* have been stoned or hanged or... beheaded for such "heinous" and invented crimes... I think I already know.
    Again, what can the E.U. Parliament do about such abuses that happen... on the other side of the Globe, in a sense? Not much. How about the U.N.? Pretty much... You'll ask: 'Yeah, but how?!' By adding some more sanctions on Iran, for starters. And, truth be told, Ahmadinejad can't do a single thing *without* having *the most support* of his fellow Iranian... "men". Also, of the "women"; of the older ones. So, in turn, what chance would the U.N. have to actually change the Iranian mentality, for starters? None. Not until the Iranian so-called men and women won't stand-up and *fight peacefully* for gaining their freedom of mind. Anyway, such methods of execution belong to the Dark Ages and... because we live under the same Sun and Moon, I don't think that the World can't play the innocent bystander's role anymore. But do they want it? Do you, dear Iranian men and women passing 30 or 40, want this freedom? Of sexual and ritualistic self-determination, for instance? Or do you want to be led by the Qu'ran 24/7... as written and published in your ultra-conservatory clerics' view? Make a refferendum! Because *nothing* can start from... the outside.

    P.S. Blood must and will be shed... even though you'll probably initiate peaceful, yet massive protest movements. Blood and pain to save yourselves... *from yourselves*. YOU must do it, not the Americans nor the Europeans!

    P.P.S. This personal opinion is what it is: a personal opinion; the Jain school of thought is NOT involved. I just hope that her and her son's nightmare will soon end... alive.

    Dhanyavad! / Shukria!

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  2. Namaste from Bucharest!

    I'm a 28-years-old Christian - Orthodox who found *in some sense* Jainism. And this theosophy speaks of "Ahisma", first and foremost; of *non-violence* in all cases.
    Now, what do I mean by "in some sense"?
    I mean that I can't always agree with so much... lack of reaction, even though Ahisma is invoked by Jains. Also, I have a long way to go until switching to a "Vegan" diet, which is extremely important for my Ahisma-based principle.
    As for Mrs. Sakineh Mohammad Ashtiani's case is concerned, to return to the object of discussion, I believe that Mr. Mallatia comes into her rescue... somewhat late. I hope it's not *too* late, but late nevertheless.
    This woman's alleged guilt... I can't prove nor disprove, but judging by the so many cases in which woman *and men* have been stoned or hanged or... beheaded for such "heinous" and invented crimes... I think I already know.
    Again, what can the E.U. Parliament do about such abuses that happen... on the other side of the Globe, in a sense? Not much. How about the U.N.? Pretty much... You'll ask: 'Yeah, but how?!' By adding some more sanctions on Iran, for starters. And, truth be told, Ahmadinejad can't do a single thing *without* having *the most support* of his fellow Iranian... "men". Also, of the "women"; of the older ones. So, in turn, what chance would the U.N. have to actually change the Iranian mentality, for starters? None. Not until the Iranian so-called men and women won't stand-up and *fight peacefully* for gaining their freedom of mind. Anyway, such methods of execution belong to the Dark Ages and... because we live under the same Sun and Moon, I don't think that the World can't play the innocent bystander's role anymore. But do they want it? Do you, dear Iranian men and women passing 30 or 40, want this freedom? Of sexual and ritualistic self-determination, for instance? Or do you want to be led by the Qu'ran 24/7... as written and published in your ultra-conservatory clerics' view? Make a refferendum! Because *nothing* can start from... the outside.

    P.S. Blood must and will be shed... even though you'll probably initiate peaceful, yet massive protest movements. Blood and pain to save yourselves... *from yourselves*. YOU must do it, not the Americans nor the Europeans!

    P.P.S. This personal opinion is what it is: a personal opinion; the Jain school of thought is NOT involved. I just hope that her and her son's nightmare will soon end... alive.

    Dhanyavad! / Shukria!

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  3. Namaste from Bucharest!

    I'm a 28-years-old Christian - Orthodox who found *in some sense* Jainism. And this theosophy speaks of "Ahisma", first and foremost; of *non-violence* in all cases.
    Now, what do I mean by "in some sense"?
    I mean that I can't always agree with so much... lack of reaction, even though Ahisma is invoked by Jains. Also, I have a long way to go until switching to a "Vegan" diet, which is extremely important for my Ahisma-based principle.
    As for Mrs. Sakineh Mohammad Ashtiani's case is concerned, to return to the object of discussion, I believe that Mr. Mallatia comes into her rescue... somewhat late. I hope it's not *too* late, but late nevertheless.
    This woman's alleged guilt... I can't prove nor disprove, but judging by the so many cases in which woman *and men* have been stoned or hanged or... beheaded for such "heinous" and invented crimes... I think I already know.
    Again, what can the E.U. Parliament do about such abuses that happen... on the other side of the Globe, in a sense? Not much. How about the U.N.? Pretty much... You'll ask: 'Yeah, but how?!' By adding some more sanctions on Iran, for starters. And, truth be told, Ahmadinejad can't do a single thing *without* having *the most support* of his fellow Iranian... "men". Also, of the "women"; of the older ones. So, in turn, what chance would the U.N. have to actually change the Iranian mentality, for starters? None. Not until the Iranian so-called men and women won't stand-up and *fight peacefully* for gaining their freedom of mind. Anyway, such methods of execution belong to the Dark Ages and... because we live under the same Sun and Moon, I don't think that the World can't play the innocent bystander's role anymore. But do they want it? Do you, dear Iranian men and women passing 30 or 40, want this freedom? Of sexual and ritualistic self-determination, for instance? Or do you want to be led by the Qu'ran 24/7... as written and published in your ultra-conservatory clerics' view? Make a refferendum! Because *nothing* can start from... the outside.

    P.S. Blood must and will be shed... even though you'll probably initiate peaceful, yet massive protest movements. Blood and pain to save yourselves... *from yourselves*. YOU must do it, not the Americans nor the Europeans!

    P.P.S. This personal opinion is what it is: a personal opinion; the Jain school of thought is NOT involved. I just hope that her and her son's nightmare will soon end... alive.

    Dhanyavad! / Shukria!

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  5. Good morning! I did not intend on spamming this editorial, btw. So, please, delete my duplicates; keep only the first one. And may this woman - and others like her - don't suffer the same fate...

    ~ Silviu Marin ~

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