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Monthly Archive: January 2010

Jan 08 2010

2010 must be the year that will herald a new dawn

Hello and Happy New Year! 2010 looks to be a very promising year indeed. The escalation and radicalisation of protests in Iran against the Islamic Republic bring with it the hope for a very different world to the one we live in. Don’t forget, the suppression of the 1979 Iranian revolution by the Islamists changed …

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Jan 07 2010

Bulletin of the International Committee Against Executions

Bulletin of the International Committee against Executions January 2010 Editor: Farshad Husseini Warning to the people around the world Islamic Republic of Iran is preparing for a series of executions. We need to move the world against all these political executions. The court session of seven protesters is beginning in Tehran. Before the start of …

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Jan 07 2010

A rough road to justive for a girl from Leo Igwe

Here is a press release from Humanist Leo Igwe on his recent arrest: PRESS STATEMENT: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MY ARREST: A ROUGH ROAD TO JUSTICE FOR A GIRL CHILD, FAMILY AND COMMUNITY MEMBERS IN NIGERIA On Tuesday January 5, at about 7.00am some police officers and soldiers led by two crime merchants in my community, …

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Jan 06 2010

One Law for All Art Competition Winners and upcoming fundraiser

One Law for All Campaign is pleased to announce the winners of 2009’s art competition, Passion for Freedom, which was organised to promote universal and equal rights and expose the discriminatory nature of religious laws. Winners of the competition are as follows: ID and Stoning by Julie, first prize Sharia law in Iran by Gaby, …

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Jan 05 2010

Some video footage and photos of December 27 battle with Islamic regime of Iran

See some video footage of the people’s battle against the Islamic regime of Iran on December 27: In this one the protesters beat the special guards in memory of Neda: Here you see people tearing Khamenei’s poster and shouts of ‘down with dictator’ and with someone shouting ‘the 1388 revolution’: Here are some photos:

Jan 05 2010

Scenes from the heroic fight against the Islamic regime of Iran on December 27

A Report by Siyavash Shahabi from Tehran 27 December 2009, Tehran Around 11.20am furious crowds opened their way toward College Bridge through southern alleys of Enqelab Street. People had already been involved in fighting against the Special Force motor-bikers; in response to continuous use of tear gas by Special Forces people burned the trash bins …

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Jan 04 2010

A New Phase in People’s Struggle Against the Islamic regime of Iran

27 December saw one of the most critical days following the June / July protests in Iran. It supposedly was meant to be a day of religious mourning in Iran. It was to be the day that the most reactionary Islamist groups who use such ceremonies to impose the darkest of the dark on the …

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