PDFs and Docs to Download
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Flyers to Distribute - December 1, 2023
Toomaj Rearrested one-page flyer
Narges Mohammadi one-page flyer
9 Political Prisoners Letter - Our Responsibility Re Gaza (2-sided)
Farsi statement from Burn The Cage Sept 2022: Political Prisoners Must be Freed!
Poster of Emergency Appeal as published in NY Review of Books 2021
Statement by Satar Rahmani for Mehran Raoof
Narges Mohammadi: Don't Let this Fearless Resister be Silenced
Download Emergency Appeal to distribute and collect signatures:
Share as text:
World-renowned Argentine-Chilean-American novelist, playwright, and human rights activist Ariel Dorfman writes:
“Good-hearted people are constantly being bombarded with so many requests to sign petitions about important issues, that it is natural that they should feel overwhelmed, asking themselves what good will it do, wondering how one signature can possibly make a difference. If I have signed on to the Emergency Campaign to Free Political Prisoners in Iran, it is because I know that this initiative will effectively call attention to the situation of men and women in that country who, if enough pressure is brought to bear on its leaders, could tomorrow be liberated from terrible conditions and extraordinary injustice. And even if those leaders do not listen, I am convinced – from personal experience – that the prisoners themselves are given strength to survive and persevere, they are listening. They know others, faraway, care what happens to them, and we should not let them down.”
Materials to Share on Social Media
Download images by right clicking image and "save as" to your desired location. Then upload to your social media. Please tag @IranPrisonEmerg.
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Link to Farsi translation of the statement by Satar Rahmani, spokesperson for Mehran Raoof: https://tinyurl.com/RaoofPR
From a supporter: Share this image for Twitter storm and social media with #FreeSepideh!
Starting clip of Emergency Appeal (1:25)
url to embed: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RSple4JOl8
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