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Be the voice of a political prisoner

The Campaign to Free Political Prisoners in Iran (CFPPI) has organised an eight-month-long campaign that aims to draw international attention to the situation of political prisoners in Iran. This campaign will work to establish a worldwide solidarity with political prisoners and their families. It also aims to pressure the Islamic regime of Iran to free … Continue reading

Mark Your Calendar: December 11, 2010 – Mock-Stoning Sit-In Protest at the UN Headquarters, NYC

Date/time: December 11, noon Place: Staging is at 2nd Ave and 47th St, NYC, NY Organizer: Contact: Action: Includes mass mock-stoning sit-in in front of UN; see website for full agenda. Demands: 1) condemn UN silence on the stoning sentences of Sakineh Ashtiani and others, 2) demand removal of the Islamic Republic and … Continue reading

ICAE PR#81: Court hearing tomorrow, Tuesday 19 October for Sakineh Ashtiani’s son Sajjad Ghaderzadeh and her lawyer Houtan Kian

PR 81 – Court hearing tomorrow, Tuesday 19 October for Sakineh Ashtiani’s son Sajjad Ghaderzadeh and her lawyer Houtan Kian 18 October 2010 ICAS and ICAE has received news that at least two of the four people arrested last Sunday in Tabriz, Iran are due to appear in court tomorrow, Tuesday 19 October 2010. Sajjad … Continue reading

MFI Sample Letter Demanding UN Advocacy for Sajjad Ghaderzadeh, Houtan Kian, Sakineh Ashtiani and the Two German Journalists

Below is a sample letter (also available in pdf) that you can adjust according to your needs and send to Ban Ki-Moon either by email or regular post: email: post: UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon, UN Headquarters, First Avenue at 46th Street, New York, NY 10017, USA To Mr. Ban Ki-Moon, Secretary General of … Continue reading

On Sunday, October 17, 2010, Stand Up for Sajjad Ghaderzadeh, son of Sakineh Ashtiani, abducted by Islamic Republic agents along with Houtan Kian and 2 German journalists

City: Washington DC Date/Time: Sunday October 17, at 2pm Action: Meet for a ~*brief*~ demonstration in front of the Islamic Republic’s offices at the Pakistani Embassy; we will then proceed to M St in Georgetown to hand out flyers and discuss the case of Sakineh, Sajjad and Houtan with the public. Contact: (Please be … Continue reading

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