Sep 08, 2017

Iran: Sholeh Pakravan Stages Hunger Strike in Support of Political Prisoner Arash Sadeghi - National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI)

NCRI - Sholeh Pakravan, mother of Reyhaneh Jabbari a young Iranian interior decorator who was hanged on 25 October 2014 for the simple reason of having defended her dignity at the age of only 19 when an agent of the regime had tried to sexually as...

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