Quantcast

Monthly Archive: March 2010

Mar 23 2010

Women and Theocracy

Date: Wednesday, 24 March 2010 Time: 18:00 – 19:30 Location: ABF-huset, Sveavägen 41, Stockholm, Sweden Maryam Namazie and Kajsa Klein will be speaking on “Women under theocracy: A discussion,” focusing on the oppression of women living under religious regimes. The event is sponsored by Independent World Report in collaboration with Swedish PEN Centre and ABF …

Continue reading »

Mar 19 2010

Happy New Year (Nowrooz)!

Happy Nowrooz!

Mar 16 2010

Maryam on BBC The World on Sharia law in Britian

To hear my interview on Sharia arbitration in Britain on BBC The World on 15 March 2010, click here. Of course the BBC has made me a Muslim and also cut out the bit where I said sharia courts are on the rise like the burqa is on the rise because of the political Islamic …

Continue reading »

Mar 12 2010

Iranian activist detained and in danger of imminent deportation to Iran

Hambastegi – International Federation of Iranian Refugees(IFIR) Press Release 12 March 2010 The International Federation of Iranian Refugees (IFIR) has set up the Free Jamal! 2010 campaign to save the Iranian activist Jamal Saberi (Jalal Amanzadeh Nouei) from deportation to Iran. IFIR today urged the Japanese government to release Jamal Saberi (Jalal Amanzadeh Nouei) immediately …

Continue reading »

Mar 11 2010

Warning to the Japanese Government – Do not deport Jamal

By: Farshad Hoseini Mr. Jamal Saberi was arrested by Japanese immigration authorities in 2010, 03, 04 and now in risks to be deported to Iran. He is a tireless activist against the IRI for the last 18 years and has been intensively active for the last two decades by being interviews and posting tens of …

Continue reading »

Mar 09 2010

Save activist Jamal Saberi from deportation to Iran

Jamal Saberi (Jalal Amanzadeh Nouei) was arrested on Thursday 4 March 2010 by the Japanese Immigration Bureau in Tokyo with the intention of deporting him to Iran. Mr. Jamal Saberi is a well known political opponent of the Islamic Republic of Iran and has been politically active for the last 18 years in Japan. His …

Continue reading »

Mar 08 2010

Long Live International Women’s Day

Mar 07 2010

Maryam quoted in today’s Sunday Herald Scotland

To see the article entitled Scots Lawyers lead way with Sharia advice, Sunday Herald Scotland, 7 March 2010, click here.

Mar 06 2010

International Women’s Day at Trafalgar Square

To see photos of our action on March 6, go to Iran Solidarity’s blog.

Mar 04 2010

IWD Events Reminder: 8 March Seminar on Sharia Law and 6 March solidarity action with women’s rights movement in Iran

One Law for All is holding a seminar on Sharia Law in Britain for International Women’s Day. The seminar will be held on Monday 8 March 2010 at Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, Holborn, London WC1R 4RL from 1830-2030hours. The seminar aims to bring together campaigners, lawyers, and experts to discuss ways in which …

Continue reading »

Mar 03 2010

Maryam Namazie’s interview on 8 March on New Jersey’s FM Progressive Radio Show

New Jersey’s Only FM Progressive Radio Show returns. This week Bob analyzes last Thursday’s Health Care Summit… 30 minutes into the show, In our main interview, journalist, activist and correspondant, Eddie Goldman speaks with one of the most noted rights activists in the world, Maryam Namazie. Originally from Iran but now based in London, Maryam …

Continue reading »