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Mission Free Iran Condemns Violent Arrest and Detention of Political Prisoners’ Family (Habibollah Latifi)

Mission Free Iran condemns the violent arrest and detention of the family of political prisoner Habibollah Latifi, calls for their release and the release of all political prisoners in Iran, and demands that governments take immediate steps to close the doors to the Islamic Republic’s Embassy in their respective countries. December 27, 2010, Washington, DC … Continue reading

Mission Free Iran (Misión Irán Libre) condena Arresto Violento y Detención de Presos Políticos (Habibollah Latifi)

Mission Free Iran condena el arresto violento y detención de la familia de preso politico, Habibollah Latifi, apela a que se ponga en libertad y para el poner en libertad de todos presos politicos in Irán y demanda que los gobiernos tomen medidas para cerrar las puertas de la embajada Iranesa en sus países respectivos. … Continue reading

Habibollah Latifi’s Family: “Remaining silent is NOT an option. Defending Habib and others sentenced to death is defending humanity.”

Sources: Rawa News (FA), Banooye Sabz Irani’s blog (ENG) December 24th, 2010 – Habiballah Latifi is scheduled to be executed on Sunday December 26th, 2010. His lawyer, Saleh Nikbakht was only informed of this fact on Thursday December 23rd. In an interview with Kurdish Perspective, Habibollah’s family confirm the news of his scheduled execution and … Continue reading

Activists in Iraqi Kurdistan Call for Protests Tomorrow: Stop Execution of Habibollah Latifi!

A rally will be held December 25th in Suleimaniah, a city in Iraqi Kurdistan, to protest Habibollah Latifi’s imminent execution. Rawa News: A group of Kurdish political and civil activists, human rights activists and journalists have issued a statement asking people of Kurdistan to take part tomorrow in a protest at Freedom Park in the … Continue reading

16 Azar – Students’ Day in Iran (1953-2010)

16 Ãzar is a day of celebration: a day of celebrating the precious memory of Iranian students: all those fallen, jailed, beaten and brutalized, yet who, in the darkest nights of the brutality and oppression, kept alive the torch of hope and conviction for a better world. 16 Ãzar is: The day of renewal of … Continue reading

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