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Demand the Gates of Ghezal Hesar be Opened to Inspection by the International Committee of the Red Cross!

The massacre at Ghezal Hesar Prison is only the latest and most visible manifestation of the conditions of complete repression of prisoners in Iran, and their utter lack of anything resembling rights. The repression of prisoners in Iran reflects the repression of the society as a whole. On March 15, 2011, at least 80 prisoners … Continue reading

Mission Free Iran Honors March 8 with Washington DC’s Iranian Left Unity at their Celebration of International Women’s Day

Mission Free Iran thanks Washington DC’s Iranian Left Unity organization for inviting us to speak at their Celebration of March 8, International Women’s Day. This event was held on March 13, 2011, and featured a number of inspiring speakers, artwork, as well as films depicting the history of the March 8 celebration. A video clip … Continue reading

The Torture of Houtan Kian, Defender of Sakineh Ashtiani: “I Will Keep My Eyes Open” (includes Letter-Writing Action)

Javid Houtan Kian is the lawyer who defended Sakineh Ashtiani as she fought to avoid a stoning execution under the barbaric shari’a laws of the Islamic Republic regime in Iran. Houtan Kian supported Sakineh’s son Sajjad Ghaderzadeh in his efforts to raise international awareness about his mother’s case. The campaign, implemented jointly by the International … Continue reading

ICAS: Sakineh Ashtiani Attempted Suicide But Survived

A full English translation of the International Committee against Stoning’s press release (Farsi below) on Sakineh’s suicide attempt will be out shortly. In summary, Sakineh Ashtiani has attempted suicide using a piece of broken glass. She was rushed to hospital and is still alive, but her psychological state is very bad, and she remains at … Continue reading

True Love: Mousavi, Karroubi, Khomeini – the Islamic Republic, Together Always

This is the only “valentine” the Islamic Republic – green or black – deserves. Thirty-two years of slaughter of Iranian people is thirty-two years too long. Screen-captured images, including adulatory image of genocidaire Ruhollah Khomeini, taken from the front page of the website that is the mouthpiece of Mousavi and Karroubi: kaleme.com. The hangman’s nooses … Continue reading

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