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Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani’s son Sajjad Ghaderzadeh, and her lawyer, Houtan Kian

This is the first photo of Sajjad, Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani’s 22 year old son. He is with Houtan Kian, Sakineh’s lawyer. This photo may be used without permission. Credit, however, must be given to the International Committee against Stoning. A new handwritten letter from Sajjad in Persian follows; the English translation appears below the letter. … Continue reading

Mission Free Iran’s Statement at the September 23 Protests on the Occasion of the UN General Assembly Meeting in New York City: THE ISLAMIC REPUBLIC IS THE MURDERER OF PEOPLE IN IRAN, NOT THE REPRESENTATIVE OF PEOPLE IN IRAN

(note: this statement was read several times during the course of the September 23 protests against the presence of Ahmadnejad as the representative of the Islamic Republic at the United Nations General Assembly meeting in New York City. This statement was read very loudly in front of the hotel where the criminal and mass-murderer Amadinejad … Continue reading

September 23: Join the Day of Action in NYC to Demand Freedom in Iran & Stand against the Brutality of the Islamic Republic

Join Mission Free Iran for a day of action in New York City on the occasion of the UN General Assembly meeting, at which the Islamic regime will pretend once again to represent Iranian people! Unlike the United Nations, we do not believe that the murderers of the Iranian people should be permitted to be … Continue reading

Standing with Iranian People, and with the Sheikh Jarrah Campaign against Israeli Government Occupation and War [FA]

This article by Ahmad Fatemi originally appeared in the publication Anternasional. “معان” يكي از دوستان من يك دختر یهودی اسراییلی‌ جوان است که از همان روزهای نخستین شروع تظاهراتها و خيزش مردم عليه حكومت اسلامي در ايران در سال گذشته فعالانه در رسانه‌های اجتماعی‌ حضور داشته و به سهم خود از منافع مردم ایران دفاع … Continue reading

Event Report: September 18, 2010: Protest against Attendance of the Islamic Republic at the 2010 UN General Assembly

In coordination with 35 other cities around the world, the Washington DC community demonstrated on September 18 outside of the United Nations Information Center (1775 K St NW). The protest condemned the Islamic Republic and its reliance on stoning and flogging to maintain power in Iran. But the primary target of the day’s demonstration was … Continue reading

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