"The report is solely based on claims of 221 people that were questioned from November 2011 to July 2012. Based on those (one-sided) claims, Shaheed has accused Iran of human rights violations."
"In a part of the report it states that Iran's penal code contradicts with International law." Iran's General Prosecutor denied Shaheed's accusation as spurious distortions of truth.
Iran's constitution guarantees freedom of expression, religion, assembly and association. Tehran denied criticisms of its human rights record.
Shaheed, of course, wouldn't dare report accurately on America's human rights record or Israel's. Doing so would cost him his job. The same goes for media scoundrels. In service to Washington and other Western states, they skew their accounts one-way.
A Final Comment
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