100 Cities

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100 Cities – August 28: Tokyo, with Jamal Saberi in the Lead, Tells the Islamic Republic NO to Stoning!

This is what freedom, and the demand for freedom, looks like. Jamal Saberi, recently released from his near-miss deportation to the Islamic Republic, stands up once again for the voiceless. Jamal says: “I think who need and like freedom never dont stop yourself fighting for get that. LONG LIFE FREEDOM AND EQUALITY FOR ALL OF … Continue reading

100 Cities – August 28, 2010: The Gay Movement of Alfenas, Minas Gerais, Brazil Stands Against the Inhuman Punishments of the Islamic Republic in Iran

Submitted by Adelia Maria Batista The NGO MGA -Gay Movement of Alfenas and region – joined the August 28 protest of 100 Cities against Stoning and Execution in Iran. In this photo is Sander Simaglio, the founder and the alderman reponsible for the Repudiation Motion (see below the photos) against the inhuman punishments of Islamic … Continue reading

100 Cities – August 28, 2010: Ottawa Says No! to Stoning and Down with the Islamic Republic!

Sohela Bayani writes: We got lot of support from people of different nationalities. We had one local (Iranian) news and one international news (Reuter). We had a good demonstration because we got lot of support and many people signed the petition.

100 Cities – August 28, 2010: Tbilisi Georgia Raises Its Voice for the Persecuted in Iran and Demands and End to Stoning Worldwide

Report submitted by Tiko Japaridze 100 CITIES OF THE WORLD AGAINST STONING in Tbilisi, Georgia Georgian citizens marked the 28 August, 2010 worldwide protest action by 100 CITIES OF THE WORLD AGAINST STONING. This was the fourth protest action organized by Georgian citizens. This time, around 25 people gathered in front of the Embassy of … Continue reading

100 Cities – August 28, 2010: Berlin’s Sohela Jandi and CODE e.V

Submitted by Bettina Kalisch and Sohela Jandi Our public outreach and protest yesterday as part of the 100 Cities against Stoning protests was very successful. We presented the film “The Stoning Of Soraya” on a wide-screen television; we also displayed laptops other videos about state-sponsored violence and punishment in Iran. People were very interested and … Continue reading

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