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Iranian flag Embassy of Iran in Oslo

AddressDarmmensveien 88E
0244 Oslo 2
Norway
Phonelocal: 2255.2409
international: +47.2255.2409
Faxlocal: 2255.4919
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Helene Beck
Tue, 29 Jan 2013 12:34 EST
Monkeys Don't Belong in Space!
Dear Sir/Madam,
I hear in the media that Iran is attempting to reinvigorate its fledgling space programme by sending a live monkey into space within the next month. Senior figures within the Iranian Government have reportedly stated that the preliminary tests have all been completed and the monkeys (presumably macaques) are currently being kept in quarantine to await their fate. Sadly, there is a long history of animals being cruelly forced to go into space. The first macaque put into orbit was called Albert, sent up in 1949. Since then many animals have been forced to follow, including various species of primates, dogs, mice, fish and frogs, several of whom have never returned. PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) has urged Dr Hamid Fazeli, head of the Iranian Space Agency, to cancel the planned mission, pointing out that primates are no longer sent into space by the American or European space agencies.
Personally, I am horrified by photos in the media of a visibly terrified monkey crudely strapped into a restraint device in which he was allegedly launched into space by the Iranian Space Agency. Monkeys are highly intelligent and sensitive animals who not only are traumatized by the violence and noise of a launch and landing, but also suffer when caged in a laboratory before and – if they survive – after a flight.
The European Space Agency (ESA) – which represents Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK – has a very active space exploration programme and has publicly stated that it "- declines any interest in monkey research and does not consider any need or use for such results". The ESA instead employs modern technology such as the state-of-the-art simulators to assess health risks for astronauts. NASA ended the use of primates in space radiation experiments in the early 1990s, when it determined that the results were not relevant to human astronauts. In 2010, NASA’s plans to restart the programme were cancelled after PETA and others voiced strong ethical and scientific objections to the ill-advised plan.
Sending animals into space is cruel and totally unacceptable, and I write today to urge you NOT to continue any space-plans where live animals are involved. Whether Iranians want to travel into space is, - at least as far as I am concerned - their own business, but please leave the animals where they belong: safe and sound here on earth.
Thank you for considering my comments.
mohammad
Fri, 28 Dec 2012 15:09 EST
freedom
salam man mohammad hastam az aten mikhastam bebinam kasi aghaye shahin yeylaghiro toye oslo mishnase mano madaramo ba abjie 2 salam ovorde yonan va polemono khorde va mondim inja name face book in namard shahin yeylaghi ast agar kasi in agharo mishnase be ma 1 khabar bede name face booke man alexi tanha va email man alexi.tanha agar 1 hamvatan ghaste komak dare be ma ham 1 komak kopne age az dastesh kari bar miad
Bekymret Nordmann
Sun, 11 Nov 2012 10:57 EST
Menneskerettigheter i Iran
DEATH OF A 35 YEAR OD BLOGGER 8 DAYS AFTER HIS ARREST

Poor treatment and deaths suspectedin the prisons of Iran

The human rights situation in Iran keeps worsening. Mistreatment and suspicious deaths political prisoners in the variois prisons in the country has become the norm, especially in the Evin and Raja'i Shahr prisons.

The lives of numerous prisoners of concience are in danger. Among them,
Nargrs Mohammadi, Mohammad Kaboudvand, and Hossein Ronaghi-Maleni are gravely ill. In october, the International League of Human Rights and world Organisation agaist Torture ((OMCT) denounced the systematic punishment inflicted on the defensers of human rights. Fram harassment of lawyers to the arbitrary detention of of protesters, like that of mrs. Nasrine Sosoueh, imprisoned for2 years and whostarted a hunger strike since oct 22 nd 2012, to protest her detention. 

Amnesty International nis starting an inquiry into the poor treatment of 9 women in the Evine Prison in Tehran, who had started a hunger strike to protest agains their mistreatment. The group MOTHERS FOR PEACE just learned of the death of Sattar Behesti, a 35 year old worker and a blogger, 8 days after his arrest on oct 38th 2012.Human Rights
DEATH OF A 35 YEAR OD BLOGGER 8 DAYS AFTER HIS ARREST

Poor treatment and deaths suspectedin the prisons of Iran

The human rights situation in Iran keeps worsening. Mistreatment and suspicious deaths political prisoners in the variois prisons in the country has become the norm, especially in the Evin and Raja'i Shahr prisons.

The lives of numerous prisoners of concience are in danger. Among them,
Nargrs Mohammadi, Mohammad Kaboudvand, and Hossein Ronaghi-Maleni are gravely ill. In october, the International League of Human Rights and world Organisation agaist Torture ((OMCT) denounced the systematic punishment inflicted on the defensers of human rights. Fram harassment of lawyers to the arbitrary detention of of protesters, like that of mrs. Nasrine Sosoueh, imprisoned for2 years and whostarted a hunger strike since oct 22 nd 2012, to protest her detention. 

Amnesty International nis starting an inquiry into the poor treatment of 9 women in the Evine Prison in Tehran, who had started a hunger strike to protest agains their mistreatment. The group MOTHERS FOR PEACE just learned of the death of Sattar Behesti, a 35 year old worker and a blogger, 8 days after his arrest on oct 28th 2012.
The group MOTHERS FOR PEACE and all of the Iranian community in Montreal are extreamly saddened by the news od his death during detention, probably as a result of torture. " This might result in more prisoners of concience" worries the group IRANIAN WOMEN OF MONTREAL. "We appeal to the Iranian authorities to shed light on the circumstances surrounding the inexplicable death of Sattar Behesti as well as the one of Zahra Kazemi, Canadian photographer of Iranian origin in 2003," says Mrs Machouf, who is sending an appeal to Canadian MPs, labor unions, jounalists, human rights groups to apply pressure on the Iranian authorities to) protect the lives of the prisoners of concience and end human rights violations in Iran.
"we will not wait for more detainees to succumb to torture"

MOTHERS FOR PEACE
Montreal, november 9th 2012

DETTE VAR EN OVERSETTELSE FRA FRANSK AV ET SKRIV SOM BLE GITT MEG AV EN IRANER PÅ GATA I MONTREAL. JEG HAR VÆRT I IRAN TO GANGER OG VAR IMPONERT OVER MENNESKENE DER. GENERØSE, VENNLIGE, GJESTFRIE MENNESKER. SOM VESTLIG TURIST FØLTE JEG MEG SVÆRT VELKOMMEN. SÅ INGEN SOM HELST RELIGIØS EKSTREMISME. DET ER SYND AT ET SLIKT FOLK SOM KAN VÆRE STOLT AV Å HA VÆRDENS FØRSTE MENNESKERETTIGHETSERKLÆRING (Cyrus den Store) FRA 2500 ÅR SIDEN SKAL BLI STYRT AV EN GJENG HATEFULLE EKSTREMISTER SOM ER I FÆRD MED Å STYRE LANDET UT I AVGRUNNEN.
Frank
Sat, 10 Nov 2012 14:45 EST
Human Rights
DEATH OF A 35 YEAR OD BLOGGER 8 DAYS AFTER HIS ARREST

Poor treatment and deaths suspectedin the prisons of Iran

The human rights situation in Iran keeps worsening. Mistreatment and suspicious deaths political prisoners in the variois prisons in the country has become the norm, especially in the Evin and Raja'i Shahr prisons.

The lives of numerous prisoners of concience are in danger. Among them,
Nargrs Mohammadi, Mohammad Kaboudvand, and Hossein Ronaghi-Maleni are gravely ill. In october, the International League of Human Rights and world Organisation agaist Torture ((OMCT) denounced the systematic punishment inflicted on the defensers of human rights. Fram harassment of lawyers to the arbitrary detention of of protesters, like that of mrs. Nasrine Sosoueh, imprisoned for2 years and whostarted a hunger strike since oct 22 nd 2012, to protest her detention.

Amnesty International nis starting an inquiry into the poor treatment of 9 women in the Evine Prison in Tehran, who had started a hunger strike to protest agains their mistreatment. The group MOTHERS FOR PEACE just learned of the death of Sattar Behesti, a 35 year old worker and a blogger, 8 days after his arrest on oct 38th 2012.
The group MOTHERS FOR PEACE and all of the Iranian community in Montreal are extreamly saddened by the news od his death during detention, probably as a result of torture. " This might result in more prisoners of concience" worries the group IRANIAN WOMEN OF MONTREAL. "We appeal to the Iranian authorities to shed light on the circumstances surrounding the inexplicable death of Sattar Behesti as well as the one of Zahra Kazemi, Canadian photographer of Iranian origin in 2003," says Mrs Machouf, who is sending an appeal to Canadian MPs, labor unions, jounalists, human rights groups to apply pressure on the Iranian authorities to) protect the lives of the prisoners of concience and end human rights violations in Iran.
"we will not wait for more detainees to succumb to torture"

MOTHERS FOR PEACE
Montreal, november 9th 2012
JALAL NAJI HUSSEIN
Mon, 29 Oct 2012 15:11 EDT
VISA TO IRAN
I AM FROM IRAQ I NEED VISA TO IRAN FOR ONE MONTH I HAVE NORWAY TRAVEL DOCUMENT
roua Abulkassim
Tue, 16 Oct 2012 19:42 EDT
I need visa or no to visite Iran
Dear
My husband from Iran and I would like to viste iran. My passport is Iraq I would like to know I need visa to viste get visa before travel to iran or i got the visa in the airport , I live in Uk
naim hisanawi
Mon, 8 Oct 2012 11:17 EDT
004740301430
salam alikum
inedd viset iran for 10 days
i have norwegian passport
kan i taket visa in tehran airport
or i must komme to ambassy in oslo to take visa
thank you
regardes
naim hisanawi
Kamran
Wed, 20 Jun 2012 05:23 EDT
My child passport
Passport
با سلام 
من كامران هستم ساكن لندن و ميخواستم براي پسرم كه چند هفته اي است به
دنيا آمده پاسپورت و شناسامه ايراني بگيرم 
من از شما و يا كساني كه ميتونن من رو راهنمايي كنه ممنون 
ميشم.چون سفارتخانه ايران در لندن تعطيل مي باشد
با تشكر
كامران 
kamranmoradi82@yahoo.com
Ali Shirian
Tue, 3 Apr 2012 08:38 EDT
ایرانیان مقیم انگلستان - تعویض پاسپورت
سر کنسولگری ایران در هامبورگ آلمان تعویض پاسپورت و همه خدمات کنسولی را غیر حضوری و از طریق پست انجام میده،این لینک رو ببینید.
http://www.generalkonsulatiran.de/passport-uk.php
Fereydoon MEHDINEJAD
Wed, 11 Jan 2012 21:49 EST
URGENT My Iranian Passport renewal
Salam, man Fereydoon Mehdinejad saakene London (England) hastam, passporte Irani man yek mahe pish beh etmam resideh, chon sarian ghasde safar beh Iran ra daram beh elate bimarye shadide motharam (70 saleh).

Moltamesaneh, khaheshmandam beh elate basteh boodan sefarat va consolgarye Iran dar Englestan, lotfan rahnamaee befarmaeed keh jehate tamdide passport beh koja bayesty morajeeh konam Iposty ya hozoory) va rahnamaeeihaye lazemeh ra befarmaeed.

Ba tashakor az lotf shoma.

Eradatmand,

Fereydoon MEHDINEJAD
email: edgelinked@yahoo.com


To Iranian Embassy in Dublin. Ireland,

Hi!
I Fereydoon Mehdinejad living in London. UK, my Iranian passport is expired now and need to be changed. Can I send it by post to you? How long does it take and how much is the cost? Which documents I need to provide? Please let me know all the relevant information that I should know in this regard.

Best Regards,
Yours Sincerely,

Fereydoon MEHDINEJAD
email: edgelinked@yahoo.com

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