Thursday, October 12, 2017

Iran-Who is Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe? &Latest news of her

Actress Emma Thompson to lead mothers’ march for jailed Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe
On Saturday, the Oscar winner will join a march of families in West Hampstead and has added her name to the mothers’ letter to be sent to Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran’s supreme leader, urging him to free her so she can be reunited with her husband, Richard Ratcliffe, and their daughter, Gabriella, now three.
The letter and march has been organised by the Pramstead Facebook group for North London parents and has been supported by the Ham&High, which called in last week’s editorial for parents to support the letter which has now reached 2,900 signatures.
As reported in the Ham&High, Nazanin was on holiday with daughter Gabriella, one, in Tehran, visiting family, on April 3 2016 when she was seized and falsely accused of plotting to topple the state.
After being kept in solitary confinement Nazanin was transferred to Tehran’s notorious Evin prison where she is serving a five-year sentence.
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Iran's unjust imprisonment of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe should be a wake-up call for MPs
Westminster is waking up to the reality that elements in Iran have meant us harm for some time and that the nuclear deal we supported is silent upon much of it.
Parliament never debated the agreement struck with Iran in 2015, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), in contrast to the U.S Congress who haven’t stopped discussing its merits or failings, whichever way one looks at it.
In the preceding years the House of Commons had scarcely discussed Iran’s support for armed insurgents in Iraq and Afghanistan who killed British troops with the deadly IED’s and the training Iran supplied.
There had been little discussion of the concerns expressed by our allies in the Gulf or in Israel at the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps’ growing influence in Syria, Lebanon and elsewhere in the region.
Sentiment that we, like the U.S,. had stepped back or even that Iran had won, left allies feeling...
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Boris Johnson to Visit UK Aid Worker Unjustly Imprisoned in Iran
Boris Johnson, the UK’s Foreign Secretary, has finally condemned the false imprisonment of British aid worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe by the Iranian Regime and has offered to visit her in the notorious Evin Prison where she is being held.
Johnson has been widely criticised for his failure to speak out against her imprisonment since her initial arrest by Iran’s Revolutionary Guard in 2016, whilst taking her baby daughter, Gabriella, to visit relatives for Iranian New Year.
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Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe Is a British-Iranian dual citizen charity worker. who has been detained in Iran since 3 April 2016. On 10 September 2016, it was revealed that she was sentenced to five years imprisonment. The charges are unknown.
Zaghari-Ratcliffe, a project manager with the Thomson Reuters Foundation, the Canadian news agency Thomson Reuters's charitable arm, travelled to Iran on 17 March 2016 to visit her family for Nowruz (Persian New Year) with her 22-month-old daughter Gabriella. On 3 April 2016, members of Iran's Revolutionary Guard arrested her at the Imam Khomeini Airport as she and daughter were about to board a flight back to the UK.[2][3] Her daughter's British passport was confiscated during the arrest, and the 3-year-old remains in Iran under the care of her maternal grandparents.
Amnesty International suggests that the arrest of Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who used to work for the BBC international charitable project Media Action, is linked to a BBC training course offered to Iranian journalists, who were punished on their return to Iran, in 2014

Nazanin Zaghari faces additional criminal charges
Nazanin Zaghari faces additional criminal charges
Prisoner of conscience Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, detained on baseless charges in Iran since April 2016, may be facing new criminal charges which could extend her prison sentence to 16 years.
Ms. Zaghari was called to the Evin Prosecutor’s court on Sunday, October 8, 2017, and informed that the Revolutionary Guards Corps has accused her of three new charges, including membership in organizations that seek the soft overthrow of the Iranian regime, receiving money from Reuters and BBC, and participating in demonstrations in front of the Iranian Embassy in London.

Nazanin Zaghari-RatcliffeA Letter From the Iranian- British Citizen Who Is Jailed by the IRGC

Nazanin Zaghari, has in a letter to her daughter complained about being subjected to such a ‘horrifying and painful fate’ in her own birthplace.. She has asked her daughter in a letter to forgive her mom for being forced to leave her little daughter alone.

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Outrage at Confirmation of 5-Year Jail Sentence on Young London Mother in Iran

A British-Iranian woman sentenced to five years in jail in Iran on unspecific charges relating to national security has had her conviction upheld in the appeals court, according to judiciary officials. ‘The guardian,’ reported on January 23, the following is a part of this article.
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