100 Cities – August 28, 2010: Iceland Raises Objections to Stoning!

submitted by Hope Knutsson, president of Sidmennt

Iceland has a tiny population and our organization, Sidmennt, the Icelandic Ethical Humanist Association, is small as well. So we held a meeting of one of our discussion groups and focused on the issue of stoning and Sakineh’s case in particular. We just wanted to show in our own small way that we care about the victims of the barbaric Iranian Islamist “laws” and participate in the worldwide solidarity of this demonstration.

Björgum Sakineh Ashtiaani – Save Sakineh Ashtiaani
Stöðvum fjöldamorðin – Stop the murders
Stöðvum grýtingu til dauða – Stop stoning people to death
Stöðvum miðaldar hugsunarhátt klerkaveldis íslamista í Íran – Stop the medieval mentality of the Islamist theocracy in Iran


One thought on “100 Cities – August 28, 2010: Iceland Raises Objections to Stoning!

  1. Thankyou guys!

    Posted by BRIAN JONES | August 30, 2010, 4:30 am

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