For the photo in the newspaper Arab was sentenced to public flogging

43-year-old resident of Iran Sakine Ashtiani (Sakineh Ashtiani), which is facing the death penalty, the court further sentenced to a public flogging, CNN reported, citing international human rights organizations.43-year-old resident of Iran Sakine Ashtiani (Sakineh Ashtiani), which is facing the death penalty, the court further sentenced to a public flogging, CNN reported, citing international human rights organizations.

According to human rights, an additional penalty of 99 lashes Iranian court appointed Sakine Ashtiani, after her picture with her head uncovered was published in the British newspaper The Times August 28.

In this edition of The Times says that although captions to photos indicated the name of Sakine Ashtiani, in fact the picture shows Iranian activist Susan Hedzhrat (Susan Hejrat), who lives in Sweden.Error, according to representatives of The Times, was revealed after publication.Photo editors gave former lawyer Sakine Ashtiani - Mohammad Mostafaei (Mohammed Mostafaei), gets shot in

his own words, from the son of his former client.

Sakine Ashtiani was sentenced in 2006 to death by stoning for adultery and complicity in the murder of her husband.Sakine Ashtiani's lawyers claim that the woman pleaded guilty under pressure.After the story Sakine Ashtiani has received considerable attention outside Iran, the authorities agreed to postpone enforcement of the sentence, and her case was sent for review.A retrial is not yet completed.

the case Sakine Ashtiani related scandal that erupted in late August 2010.After a petition in defense of Sakine Ashtiani signed the wife of French President Carla Bruni-Sarkozy in an Iranian newspaper published an article in which the first lady of France was called a prostitute.Iran's Foreign Ministry was forced to publicly condemn the publication, stressing that the Iranian government does not have to insult the wife of Nicolas Sarkozy irrelevant.