Protesters call for Iran rights

It is nearly 3,000 miles to Iran from Belfast, but the plight of protesters in the Islamic republic drew about 40 people to the City Hall on Saturday afternoon. Some of them were from Iran, among them one man who left 33 years ago and another who fled last year.

Saturday’s demonstration, organised by Amnesty International, was part of a Global Day of Action for Iran. Patrick Corrigan of Amnesty NI said the human rights of the Iranian people had to be respected and that they were “deeply concerned” about those under arrest, stating some were being held in prisons “notorious for abuse”.


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