Nasrin Sotoudeh: Campaign for Freedom

Tell Iranian officials and the world you support her release

Join the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran in calling for the release of lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh, who is in prison simply for defending her clients and insisting that Iranian authorities respect human rights. Since Sotoudeh’s arrest, her family has been working tirelessly to secure her release and you can help them. Take action by sending the two letters below. Tell Iranian officials you support Sotoudeh and demand her freedom. And urge the foreign ministers of 25 countries, from across the globe, to call for Sotoudeh’s release. When you're done, email this action page to six friends, share it on Facebook, and Tweet it far and wide! To learn more about Sotoudeh and ways to support her, watch our video to the right and visit the Free Sotoudeh Project >>>


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by yolanda on

Who is going to forget these images?


Freeing political prisoners are more important than stopping the nuclear program!

Thank you, IC, for posting this video! It is my favorite!

This lady is my heroine!


what can I say about this sheer-zan that has not been said...

by Bavafa on

Only that Iranian people owe her their gratitude and ALL the support they can give her as she is worthy of such gratitude and has earned it.

  She surely has my respect, gratitude and full support.  With the hopes of seeing her freed soon and in a far better system/environment that is worthy of her

'Hambastegi' is the main key to victory 



A Lady of Lion Heart

by Leonis on

Had the Iranian men a fraction of courage of Iranian Ladies, there wouldn't be an Islamic Republic of sh... today.

I am so humbled by the honosty and courage of these ladies.

 How can we help? 


I share Amirparviz's sentiments and

by Milan on

will do my part to help this campaign, but it'll probably be to no avail. I have a feeling that writing letters to these "Iranian Officials" or asking foreign officials to intervene somehow brings about the assumption that we're dealing with a legitimate government, which is farthest from the truth. You cannot reason people out of something they never reasoned into.


How the F&^%$ &^%L Can a person be in prison for being a Lawyer?

by amirparvizforsecularmonarchy on

What is her crime?  Am I missing something?  She is being charged with using the law to defend her clients? 

What is this a sick joke?  Is this really how the government wants people to remember Islam in Government, they don't care, crazy!


Good cause

by Rea on

Will share.

PS. of the 6 ex-Yu republics, only Bosnia is listed under "message to foreign diplomats. Unusual.



by yolanda on

She deserves a Nobel Prize!

Mona 19

ستوده باد/ چنین زنی‌ ...

Mona 19

گشوده باد هميشه دربهاي افتخار
به روي اين چنين زني
گشاده باد
دست‌هاي اين چنين زني
ستوده باد
اين چنين زني ! . . .

سروده ای از زندان برای نسرین ستوده

Jahanshah Javid

Freedom for all

by Jahanshah Javid on

Thank you for this campaign. Sotoudeh had worked tirelessly and effectively to defend the rights of political prisoners. Extremely brave and honorable. The least we could do is demand her freedom.

Maryam Hojjat

Payandeh Bad Nasrin Setoodeh This

by Maryam Hojjat on

Shir e Zan IRANI.  All Iranians must learn from her struggle for humanity in IRAN.