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ICAE Statement: The mass execution of political prisoners in the summer of 1988 was genocide

During the summer of 1988, as a continuation of the massacres and political executions that had taken place from the moment that the regime took power [in 1979], the Islamic Republic perpetrated mass executions of political prisoners. In a hasty operation, several thousand imprisoned opponents of the Islamic Republic were “tried” in minute courts (1) … Continue reading

ICAE PR#68: Sept 12, 2010: Thousands Protested in Paris Today in Support of Sakineh Ashtiani

هزاران نفر از مردم پاریس در میتینگی خواهان آزادی سکینه و لغو سنگسار شدند مینا احدی در این تظاهرات از مردم فرانسه و جهان خواست برای سرنگونی جمهوری اسلامی از مردم ایران حمایت کنند اجتماع هزاران نفره امروز مردم پاریس در دفاع از سکینه محمدی آشتیانی و علیه مجازات وحشیانه سنگسار یک پیشرفت سیاسی مهم … Continue reading

ICAE PR#66: The Islamic Republic’s New Manoeuvre will be Thwarted

Press Release 66 September 8, 2010 The Islamic Republic’s new manoeuvre will be thwarted Under worldwide pressures to overturn the stoning and execution sentences against Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani and secure her release, Iran’s Islamic Republic has resorted to a new ploy. Vahid Kazem-zadeh, the District 7 Secretary of the regime’s Islamic Human Rights Commission, stated … Continue reading

ICAE PR#65: Sajjad, Sakineh’s son: “Continue the pressure against the Islamic Republic and don’t assume that the case is resolved.”

PR 65 Sep 8, 2010 Sajjad Ghaderzadeh: Our mother is innocent and should be released unconditionally. I ask the eight industrial countries and the governments of Turkey and Brazil and the entire world to continue the pressure against the Islamic Republic and don’t assume that the case is resolved. Announcement made by Sajjad Ghaderzadeh, Sakineh … Continue reading

ICAE PR#62: New Details on the Re-Lashing of Sakineh Ashtiani (ENG | FA)

PR 62: Sep 5, 2010 On Sakine Mohahammadi Ashtiani’s flogging for the second time The news of Sakineh Ashtiani’s recent flogging sentence and punishment by another round of 99 lashes due to “spreading corruption and prostitution” because an unveiled photo of her, which turned out to be from another individual, that was published in The … Continue reading

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