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Mission Free Iran Hosts New York City Action for International Day in Support of Political Prisoners in Iran

On 20 June 2012 in New York City, Mission Free Iran will host one of 28 global demonstrations to support political prisoners in Iran. Information about the event is as follows: Location, Time & Contact Information Date: 20 June 2012 Time: 11am-3pm Place: Dag Hammarskjold Plaza and 1st Ave Contact: Maria Rohaly: maria.rohaly@gmail.com; (240) 812-9234 Schedule 11:00 … Continue reading

Call to Action: 20 June – International Day in Support of Political Prisoners in Iran

20 June is the anniversary of mass executions of political prisoners in Iran in 1981. It is also the date on which Neda Agha Soltan was killed during the 2009 uprisings in Iran. On 20 June 2011, the date was designated as the International Day in Support of Political Prisoners in Iran, and more than … Continue reading

Reports from People Calling to Isfahan Prison to Stop the Executions of Mohammad and Abdollah Fathi

Numerous people have been calling Isfahan Prison to pressure the authorities there by demanding that the executions of young brothers Mohammad and Abdollah Fathi be halted. The boys, who are being executed because some of their family members have been political activists, are scheduled to be executed on 17 May 2011 (background). It is our … Continue reading

جهت اقدام: جمهوری کشتار و شکنجه اسلامی از سازمان ملل اخراج باید گردد

مدخل نامه ای به سازمان ملل متحد موج اخیر اعدامها، تائید احکام اعدام، و بازداشت های گسترده در ایران به شعله اعتراضات مردم چه در داخل و چه در خارج ایران دامن زده است. این جرایم نیازمند پاسخی از سوی دولتها و سازمانهایشان در سراسر جهان اند با این همه یک بار دیگر، دولتها و … Continue reading

TAKE ACTION: Demand that the Islamic Republic of Torture & Execution be Expelled from the United Nations || جهت اقدام: جمهوری کشتار و شکنجه اسلامی از سازمان ملل اخراج باید گردد

(ترجمه فارسی را در پایین متن انگلیسی میخوانید) The recent wave of executions, death sentence implementation orders, and widespread detentions in Iran have ignited the protests of people inside and outside of the country. These events demand a response from governments worldwide and their organizations. Yet once again, governments and the United Nations refuse to … Continue reading

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