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July 24 Worldwide Demonstrations in Support of Freedom for Sakineh Ashtiani


SPRINGWOOD New South Wales, Australia: July 24, 10:30am, Town Square

SYDNEY Australia: July 24, 2pm, QVB (Town Hall end near statue) – please join me in holding an informal protest handing out flyers. (contact: Kathryn, 0439 309 080)

VIENNA Austria: July 24, 5pm, St. Stephan’s Platz – 1010 Wien
Stephansplatz (contact: Maria Rohaly)

OTTAWA Canada: July 24, 12-3pm, in front of Parliament Hill.

TORONTO Canada: July 24, 2-4pm, In front of CBC News (250 Front St. West of Spadina Ave).

VANCOUVER Canada: July 24, 5pm, in front of the Art Gallery on Robson Street. (contact: 604 727 8986)

BIRMINGHAM England: July 24, 2-4pm, in front of the central library.

CHICHESTER England: July 24, 2pm, Town Centre, East street, in front of the old boots shop

EGHAM England: July 23, 6pm, Royal Holloway College, University of London, South Quad, Founders Building, Egham, Surrey

LONDON England: July 24, 2-4pm, Trafalgar Square.

RICHMOND England: July 24, 11.30am, outside Richmond Railway station, Kew Road, Richmond Surrey

PARIS France: July 24, 2pm, in front of the Iranian Embassy in Paris, Ligue du Droit International des Femmes will submit a letter of protest.

TBILISI Georgia: July 24, 1-3pm, in front of the Embassy of Iran (address: 80. Tchavchavadze Ave)

BERLIN Germany: July 24, 2pm, Breitsheidtplatz, opposite of Gedächtniskirche (contact: 017624866317)

BREMEN Germany: July 24, 3-5pm, Marktplatz in city centre (contact: 0172-4037035)

COLOGNE Germany: July 24, 2pm, Dom Plate (contact: 01774844495)

FRANKFORT Germany: July 24, 7:30pm, Hauptwache in City Centre (contact: 015781688732)

MUNICH Germany: July 24, 4pm, informal protest handing out flyers and information on Tollwood, in front of the Buddha Bar

VENICE Italy: July 24, 11am, Venezia – Parco di Villa Franchin, Viale Garibaldi 155 – MINA AHADI speaking

AMSTERDAM Netherlands: July 24, 2pm, Beurs Plein (contact: 0651273261)

OSLO Norway: July 24, 2pm, in front of the Parliament

MANILA Philippines: July 24, around noon at the Iranian embassy compound (dar mari nias village alone hi way, near dusit hotel); Islamic Republic flag will be burned in protest (contact: Marshal Shokouhi, (+63) 0919 688 97 41).

EDINBURGH Scotland: July 24, 2pm, (bottom of) The Mound, Edinburgh

BORåS Sweden: July 24, 2-4pm, Stortorget. (contact: 0737-598566)

GOTENBURG Sweden: July 24, 2-4pm, Bronzparken. (contact: Abe Assadi, 0737-17 88 19)

MALMO Sweden: July 24, 2-4pm, at Davidshalls Bron between Triangeln and Gustav Adolfs Torg. (contact: Farideh Arman, 070-363 80 88)

STOCKHOLM Sweden: July 24, 2-4pm, Mintorget. (contact: Mamad Amiri, 0737- 80 15 10)

DALLAS Texas, USA: July 24, 6-8pm, corner of Houston & Alem, downtown

NEW YORK CITY, USA: July 24, 2pm, Union Square (we will be distributing flyers about Sakineh rather)

WASHINGTON DC, USA: July 24, 12-3pm, in front of the Islamic Republic Interests Section of the Pakistani Embassy (2209 Wisconsin Ave NW)

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International Committee Against Execution
International Committee Against Stoning


12 thoughts on “July 24 Worldwide Demonstrations in Support of Freedom for Sakineh Ashtiani

  1. SYDNEY AUSTRALIA, Saturday 24th July @ 2pm
    Queen Victoria Statue, QVB, near Town Hall.

    an informal protest; handing out flyers about Sakineh and others who are on death row and face execution by stoning or hanging.

    Please meet me there…

    Posted by kathryn gaffney | July 23, 2010, 4:05 am
  2. Do not shed each others’ blood. Do not break each others’ wings.I wish the dome of the world would collapse all the malaises and ill wills would be buried an everlasting spring would open its arms the world would float on a wave of beauty and goodness. How much roaming in an illusion with sorrow?!?!

    Posted by Negin Tehrani | July 23, 2010, 9:56 am
  3. MUNICH, Germany: July 24, 4pm
    Please join me in an informal protest just handing out flyers and information on TOLLWOOD, in front of the BUDDHA BAR.

    Posted by Petra | July 23, 2010, 10:15 am
  4. I’ll be at the Richmon, UK protest since it is very local. :) Good luck everyone and best wishes for the biggest impact!

    Posted by Shreen Ayob | July 23, 2010, 1:35 pm
  5. One other thing: tomorrow is a day for the ‘Life in a Day’ project.

    “Life In A Day is a global experiment to create a user-generated feature film: a documentary, shot in a single day, by you.”

    A great opportunity to spread the message of our protests if enough people submit videos, something might get through to the final cut.


    Posted by Shreen Ayob | July 23, 2010, 1:56 pm
  6. hi from SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA! just home from my ‘one woman’ protest at probably the busiest intersection in sydney’s CBD. It all went well and people were interested. I left the signs stuck to the plinth of the statue there, so many people will be reading them at least for tonight. I also ‘spammed’ all the bus shelters @ one of the busiest bus stops in sydney with signs and flyers right next to the timetables and people were reading them!

    good luck to all the other people protesting around the world. save sakineh!

    will be posting photos as soon as possible

    Posted by kathryn gaffney | July 24, 2010, 4:29 am
  7. Please God, save the life of this woman, her children need her and need her FREE.

    Posted by Mary Moschatos-Baker | July 24, 2010, 2:22 pm
  8. Too bad they cannot open their hearts to the truth: “He who is without sin, let him cast the first stone.” Jesus would stop stoning practices for adultry. He works through our hearts, hands and voices. Those who follow him must lead out and plead for the banishment of such practises.

    Posted by Lynda Ashcraft | July 24, 2010, 6:49 pm


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