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MFI Press Release: Japan’s Plans to Deport Iranian Human Rights Activist Prompts Second Embassy Protest

Since the June 2009 elections, the Islamic Republic of Iran continues to detain, torture and execute dissidents at home, while seeking international assistance in capturing and silencing anti-regime activists living abroad. At a time when the Islamic regime is brutally repressing peaceful protesters, journalists, students, and human rights activists within its borders, Japan is supporting … Continue reading

JAPAN! Give Gifts of Cherry Trees, Not Refugees! FREE JAMAL SABERI!

Camp out with us virtually in front of the Japanese Embassy while we wait for Sunday’s protest! Yes, we are doing it again. Mission Free Iran is staging another protest in front of the Japanese Embassy in Washington DC (2520 Massachusetts Ave NW) on Sunday March 28st at 3pm to demand a halt to the … Continue reading

MFI Press Release: Japan’s Move to Deport Iranian Human Rights Activist Prompts Protest at Japanese Embassy

PROTEST REPORT WITH PHOTOS IS NOW POSTED Since the June 2009 elections, the Islamic Republic of Iran continues to detain, torture and execute dissidents at home, while seeking international assistance in capturing and silencing anti-regime activists living abroad. At a time when the Islamic regime is brutally repressing peaceful protesters, journalists, students, and human rights … Continue reading

March 21st: Protest in front of Japanese Embassy in Washington DC on behalf of Jamal Saberi

Mission Free Iran will be organizing a protest in front of the Japanese Embassy in Washington DC (2520 Massachusetts Ave NW) on Sunday March 21st at 1pm to demand a halt to the deportation proceedings against Mr. Jamal Saberi, a vocal and long-time activist against the depredations of the Islamic Republic. RSVP via Facebook The … Continue reading

Iranian Women Take the Lead, and the World Must Follow: International Women’s Day 2010

by Siavash Sayid and Maria Rohaly Image courtesy of Shaho Nemati 31 years ago on this day, but from the streets of Tehran, a group of observers wrote: “We members for the Movement for Liberation of Women in France declared that when Iranian women come to the scene of movement, it indicates freedom and emancipation … Continue reading

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