Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Messages From Iran prisons,solidarity with Iran uprising
Golrokh Iraee calls on protesters to endure, pay the price of freedom
Freedom-loving writer and human rights activist, Golrokh Ibrahimi Iraee, sent out an open letter from behind bars of Evin Prison on January 9, 2018. The political prisoner imprisoned in the Women’s Ward of Evin declared solidarity with the Iranian people’s uprising and called on Iran’s youths to continue their presence (in the streets), unite for their common cause and pay the price of freedom.
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She reiterates in her letter, “For a long time, it’s been the government that’s been sowing violence and now they are reaping its product.”
While expressing her desire to be free and alongside her people, Atena writes in her open letter, “If desiring freedom and basic rights is considered a crime, I stand by you and proudly call myself a criminal.”
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Iranian Political Prisoner Ali Moezi: Regime's Time Has Come to End
In a message solidarity with Iranian people’s nationwide protests, political Prisoner Ali Moezzi supporter of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK) praised the protesters pledging continue their struggle until victory is reached.
”The time for the regime that has committed all types of crimes has come to the end and is stuck in a whirlpool of death,” he said.
He expressed hope that the downfall of “the regime of Velayat-e faqih will come to end” and a future government elected by the people would be established.
On Tuesday, the nationwide protests by the Iranian people has entered in sixth day despite repeated warnings by the regime and crackdown protests that has left over 30 protesters killed and over a 1000 arrested by the regime’s Revolutionary Guards (IRGC).
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