Thursday, February 19, 2009

Majid Movahedi - Iran State Supreme Court Rejects Appeal

In 2008 I wrote my first post about Ameneh Bahrami and Majid Movahedi. If you need to know more about this story and to see how horrific Ameneh's injuries really are, go to: Her Name is Ameneh Bahrami and She Wished No Harm........So Why Harm Her?.........Iran Acid Attack. In this second post - Ameneh Bahrami - Why Acid Attacks Will Continue on Muslim Women/Children in the 21st Century and Beyond - Information is provided about the establishment of Qisa Laws as well as the Iranian Constitution and Penal Code, which are responsible for Driving Inequality of Justice for the Physically Weak in Iran.

Ameneh's Bahrami's Website (As Shown on CNN) is
This site also has some information:
Both in the Persian Language, At the Moment.
Before transferring any funds to help Ameneh, PLEASE ask CNN to confirm bank details.

UPDATE: According to on 25 March 2009 (German Article) (English Article), Majid Movahedi Will Be Blinded on 15 April 2009.

Tuesday 3 February 2009 (Updated 19 February 2009)

Iran's State Supreme Court has upheld a sentence of blinding Majid Movahedi for throwing acid into the face of Ameneh Bahrami who spurned him, leaving her blind and disfigured, Iran state run press reported on Tuesday.

The defendant, identified only by his first name Majid, 27, was in November sentenced by a court in Tehran to be blinded in both eyes, under the Islamic eye-for-an-eye (qisas) penalty. The State Supreme Court on Monday rejected Majid's appeal and ruled that the initial verdict was lawful and could be carried out. Majid confessed to seeking revenge against his university classmate, Ameneh Bahrami, by throwing acid on her face when she refused his proposal of marriage four years ago.

Despite years of treatment in Spain, Ameneh 26, has lost sight in both eyes and still has serious injuries on her face and body.

"Take his eyes away from him to become like me," Bahrami was quoted as telling the Tehran court. "I don't demand qisas for myself. This is what the society wants. Majid must be punished so that such people know they cannot throw acid on a girl's face."

The date of Majid's execution has not yet been announced.


Woman Blinded by Acid Wants Same Fate For Attacker - 19 February 2009 - CNN (With 3 Videos)
VIDEOS - Return to the Attack Scene For The First Time / Clothes Still Reek of Acid / Watch How The Acid Destroyed Ameneh's Eyes (With Graphic Content)

"An Eye for An Eye" - Iran to Carry Out Gruesome Punishment - 3 February 2009 - Iran Focus

Iranian Faces 'Eye-For-Eye' Punishment - 3 February 2009 - Sydney Morning Herald


Anonymous said...

Majid - this was never LOVE! It was 100% Possession and Obsession, from the beginning.

Anonymous said...

Love? Utterly and completetly insane. Enjoy being blind.

Anonymous said...

It's not actually an execution...

AA-1177 said...

Having any of your five primary senses destroyed, is a form of execution.

His parents should have taught him as a child: a values system involving established laws, the difference between right and wrong as well as ensured he recognized and respected the Eye For An Eye, Qisa Laws before he reached 18.

His parents failed to educate Majid properly and they personally hold a degree of responsibility for this malicious and horrific act.

Anonymous said...

Fuck the courts. I'll do it to him myself. She should take the money and use it as needed, then when he's released we'll gouge his eyes out.

Andy said...

Does anyone know that final outcome of this case? Has the sentence been carried out yet? It is now January 2010.