Sunday, May 3, 2009

'Mother, they're going to kill me'

The sudden execution of 23 year old Delara Darabi is a power play demonstrating Iran's contempt for Obama and the West. After Obama's groveling-to-Islam world tour, this is Iran's way of giving Obama the traditional slap on the head inflicted on all who present the Jizia to their Muslim masters.

The cynical use of this terrified woman to make a phone call just prior to her execution, and allowing that call to be made known to the world shows Iran's hardening and readiness to press on with it's plans to dominate the Middle East.

Now that Obama and the West have been directly challenged, what are they going to do about it?

The answer is more posturing and meaningless threats, if that.


'Mother, they're going to kill me': Outrage as Iran executes woman, 23, for alleged murder when she was just 17
By Daily Mail Reporter

Last updated at 10:37 PM on 02nd May 2009

A 23-year-old woman made a frantic phonecall to her mother begging for help before Iran authorities held a rushed execution - disregarding a stay-of-execution and allegedly without informing her lawyer.
'Mother they are going to execute me, please save me,' Delara Darabi
screamed, before a prison official grabbed the phone and told her mother: 'We are going to execute your daughter and there's nothing you can do about it.'
She was just 17 when she confessed to the killing of her father's cousin, before retracting her confession, saying she had been defending her 19-year-old boyfriend.

Delara Darabi was just 17 when she was accused of killing her father's cousin. She has now been hanged in a rushed execution
Miss Darabi has become a figurehead for human rights, and her case gained widespread attention after moving paintings and drawings that she made in her prison cell were shown around the world.