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Pedram Nasrollahi: Prisoner of the day

Labor activist

Kaleme: Labor activist Pedram Nasrollahi was arrested after he appeared in court on Wednesday, November 14, 2012. According to the website of the Coordinating Committee to Assist Establishment of Labor Organizations, Pedram Nasrollahi was a member of the Committee. He was transferred to Sanandaj Central Prison in Kurdistan Province to begin serving his 19-month prison sentence. In 2008, the Intelligence Ministry detained Pedram Nasrollahi in its Sanandaj Detention Center for 3.5 months. He was also arrested and detained in 2011.

Charges leveled against Pedram Nasrollahi were "membership in the Coordinating Committee to Assist Establishment of Labor Organizations," and "dispatching news to an opposition website," for which the Sanandaj Revolutionary Court initially sentenced him to three years in prison. A Kurdistan Province appeals court later reduced his sentence to 19 months in prison.

23-Nov-2012
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Zendanian

Support Pedram Nasrollahi NOW! Don't wait for "Regime change."

by Zendanian on

Dear friends, contrary to war mongers on

this site, Political Prisoners in Iran need our support in their
defense NOW, without any delay,and can not wait for a "regime change" or
sanctions
to come to free them from their prison cell.

Keep in mind that all these political prisoners inside Iran also oppose sanctions, and war, Coordinating Committee and all its members have a long established policy of opposition to Sanctions and War.

Also, please recall, there have been many cases of Iranian Political
Prisoners being freed from jail due to public pressure put on officials
of IR. With all the resources at our disposal, it would take only a
moment to write a letter of protest in support of Political Prisoners in
Iran. But such small actions will go a long way for our most brave
Political Prisoners in Iran. Lets not leave them alone in their hour of
need. 

Please do take a minute out of your schedule and send this protest letter below, or you own version. Many thanks in advance 

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I (we) am writing to protest the continued persecution of  labor  activists and the gross violation of Human Rights in Iran. We
continue to witness many laboractivists brutally persecuted and unjustly imprisoned in Iran.

In particular, this letter is written to express my (our)
serious concern about the health and well being of
Mr. Pedram Nasroolahi who has been unjustly incarcerrated only because of his independent views and social activitism.

 

I (we) demand the immediate and unconditional freedom
of
Mr. Pedran Nasrollahi, and  all other political prisoners in Iran and call on the
Islamic Republic of Iran to respect the right of  all Iranians   to
organize, assemble and freedom of religion, association and expression.  

Name:

Organization:

Position:

Please send your protests letters to:  

info@leader.ir,

info@judiciary.ir,

dr-ahmadinejad@president.ir;

iran@un.int;

ijpr@iranjudiciary.org,

info@dadiran.ir,

office@justice.ir,

support@irimlsa.ir;

info@humanrights-iran.ir;

avaei@Dadgostary-tehran.ir;

info@mlsa.ir;

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An injury to one, is an injury to all.


Roozbeh_Gilani

Freedom for Pedram and all labor activists

by Roozbeh_Gilani on

Pedram has committed no crimes. All he is asking for is the right to organise an independent Trade union for his fellow workers. 

Publicize pedram's case by contacting your local newspaper, TV stations, elected representative. He had been arrested and released under international pressure once before....

http://www.marxist.com/iran-pedram-nasrollahi-freed-prison.htm

"Personal business must yield to collective interest."


Fred

Regime change for Pedram's sake

by Fred on

After 34 years of barbarity by the Messianic Islamist Rapists, "reformers" and all, the only way out is regime change.

backbreaking airtight sanctions plus air/navalquarantine is a must.


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