Friday, 23 July 2010

Rallies and events for International Sakine Mohammadi Ashtiani Day

Below are rallies and events organised for International Sakine Mohammadi Ashtiani Day: World Citizens against Stoning. If you are organising something in your area, please email us at iransolidaritynow@gmail.com.
Updated: 24 July

Leaflet for distribution on 24 July 2010

Press release for distribution about 24 July 2010

Posters for distribution on 24 July 2010. Posters were made by Cat MacTier and Rhett Schofield.



AUSTRALIA

Springwood, New South Wales
24 July 2010
Time: 10:30am
Place: Town Square

Sydney
24 July 2010
Time: 1400pm
Place: QVB (Town Hall end near statue)
Please join me in holding an informal protest handing out flyers.
Contact: Kathryn, 0439 309 080

AUSTRIA

Vienna
24 July 2010
Time: 17:00pm
Place: St. Stephan’s Platz
Contact: maria.rohaly@gmail.com

BRAZIL

24 July 2010
Time: 14:00
Place: Secular Humanist League of Brazil will post their protest online.

CANADA

Ottawa
24 July 2010
Time: 12:00 noon to 15:00
Place: In front of Parliament Hill

Toronto
24 July 2010
Time: 14:00 to 16:00
Place: In front of CBC News, 250 Front St. West of Spadina Ave.

Vancouver
24 July 2010
Time: Information Table from 14:00pm; rally at 17:00pm
Place: In front of Art Gallery on Robson Street
Contact: 604 727 8986

GEORGIA

Tbilisi
24 July 2010
Time: 13.00-15.00
Place: In front of the Embassy of Iran (address: 80. Tchavchavadze Ave)

FRANCE

Paris
24 July 2010
Time: 14:00
Place: Iranian Embassy in Paris
Ligue du Droit International des Femmes will submit a letter of protest.

Tolouse
23 July 2010
Time: afternoon
Place: Place du Capitole

GERMANY

Berlin
24 July 2010
Time: 14:00
Place: Gedächtniskirche
Contact: 017624866317

Bremen
24 July 2010
Time: 15:00-18:00
Place: Marktplatz in city centre
Contact: 0172-4037035

Cologne
24 July 2010
Time: 14.00
Place: Dom Plate
Contact: 01774844495

Frankfurt
24 July 2010
Time: 19.30
Place: Haupt Wache in City Centre
Contact: 015781688732

ITALY

Venice
24 July 2010
Time: 11.00am
Place: Parco di Villa Franchin
Viale Garibaldi 155

NETHERLANDS

Amsterdam
24 July 2010
Time: 14:00pm
Place: Beurs Plein
Contact: 0651273261

NORWAY

Oslo
24 July 2010
Time: 14:00pm
Place: In front of the Parliament

PHILIPPINES
Manila
24 July 2010
Time: Around noon
Place: Iranian embassy compound
Contact: Marshal Shokouhi, (+63) 0919 688 97 41

SWEDEN

Borås
24 July 2010
Time: 14.00-16.00
Place: Stortorget
Contact: 0737-598566

Gothenburg
24 July 2010
Time: 14:00-16:00pm
Place: Brunnsparken
Contact: Abe Assadi, 0737- 17 88 19

Malmö
24 July 2010
Time: 14:00-16:00pm
Place: Davidshalls Bron between Triangeln and Gustav Adolfs torg
Contact: Farideh Arman, 070-363 80 88

Stockholm
24 July 2010
Time: 14:00-16:00pm
Place: Mynttorget
Contact: Mamad Amiri, 0737- 80 15 10

UK

Birmingham
24 July 2010
Time: 14:00
Place: In front of central library

Chichester
24 July 2010
Time: 14.00
Place: Town Centre, East Street, in front of the old Boots shop

Egham
23 July 2010
Time: 18:00
Place: Royal Holloway College, University of London
South Quad, Founders Building, Egham, Surrey

London
24 July 2010
Time: 14.00-16.00
Place: Trafalgar Square

Richmond
24 July 2010
Time: 11.30am
Place: Outside Richmond Railway Station, Kew Road, Richmond, Surrey

USA

Dallas
24 July 2010
Time: 18.00-20.00
Place: Corner of Houston and Alem, Downtown

New York City
24 July 2010
Time: 14:00
Place: Union Square

Washington, DC
24 July 2010
Time: 12.00-15.00
Time: In front of the Islamic Republic’s Interest Section of the Pakistani Embassy (2209 Wisconsin Ave NW)

For more information on how to save Sakine and others facing stoning to death and execution, donate, or volunteer contact: Mina Ahadi, Germany, International Committee Against Stoning and International Committee Against Execution Coordinator, minaahadi@aol.com, 0049 1775692413; Ahmad Fatemi, International Committee Against Execution Public Relations, fatemimark@gmail.com, 0046 0735203817; Maryam Namazie, UK, Iran Solidarity Spokesperson, iransolidaritynow@gmail.com, 0044 7719166731; Maria Rohaly, USA, Mission Free Iran, maria.rohaly@gmail.com or visit websites: International Committee Against Executions: http://notonemoreexecution.org/; International Committee Against Stoning: http://stopstonningnow.com/wpress/; Iran Solidarity: www.iransolidarity.org.uk; and Mission Free Iran: http://missionfreeiran.org/.

39 comments:

  1. please post details of sydney protest as soon as possible... everyone i ring say there's nothing happening on saturday! i've been trying to organise something personally, but have had no luck. anyone in sydney australia interested in protesting, please contact me urgently!

    kathryn gaffney
    http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/profile.php?id=570954055

    or katgaf@bigpond.net.au

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  2. I hope I can see the end of Islamic Regime in Iran

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  3. You have our support from Portland, OR

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  4. Northern California supports you!

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  5. You have our support from Denver, CO

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  6. Well we showed up for the Union Square rally in New York and no-one was there not even the organizers. Its not nice and it makes people think twice about attending future gatherings. If you post a notice for a rally make sure someone is there.

    AS

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  7. Everyone seems to have hopes, thats fine. But some form of action is needed, I hope that people are doing more then just hopeing, like writing letters to thier respective government officals and signing petitions so this crime does not happen.

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  8. To those who went to Union Square in NY. Our apologies for your not finding the activists there. A group went there and handed out 150 flyers. Given that it was so crowded I suppose you missed them.

    The organisers there asked me to send their apologies to those who didn't find the group.

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  9. Hilarious... you know, the type of funny that will make you cry.

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  10. supports from England Somerset

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  11. Supports from Logan Utah, USA.

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  12. Supports from Lompoc California, USA

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  13. This is unjust

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  14. I say no to stoning.

    Halmstad, Sweden

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  15. By these actions the Iranian government proves it is inept and holds onto power solely through the use of fear. Cherry picking sentences from a holy book to justify medieval attitudes would be laughable if the consequeces were not so tragic.

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  16. I say no never to stoning.

    Fight evil but do not be evil because stoning is inhuman and evil

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  17. SWEDEN
    SAY ...
    NO TO STONING !

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  18. You have our support, from UK and Norway. NO IDIOT THINKING!

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  19. Supports from GERMANY !

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  20. You have support in New Mexico, United States of America.

    I hope to see the day when rational thought determines the laws world wide.

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  21. Stop the murder! Don't scar history once again...

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  22. From the Netherlands, you have all my support, stoning belongs to the past.

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  23. From Venezuela, I hope reason reaches the ones in control of your future.

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  24. I hope that this islamic regime comes to an end and such atrocities become a thing of the past. I hope her execution is stopped, she does not deserve to die. You have my support from the USA, though I cannot attend a protest in person as I am too far away (I live too far away from dallas, washington DC or any of the other cities listed.)

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  25. From West Palm Beach, Florida. You have all my support.

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  26. Stop the MORDER in IRAN!!!
    You are perfect, you give the first STONE!!!
    FREDEN; PEACE; BRASIL!!!
    Leonardo Mazzini

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  27. you can't deal with iranian gov without international media,experince shows iranian gov have really interesting reaction to intenational media specialy to the main media such as :
    BBC(UK), CNN(USA) , ITV(UK),SKY NEWS,and even asian news specialy ALJEZIRA
    Iranian gov reaaly get panic when tey relise they'v een watch?

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  28. Say no to this execution

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  29. I say no to stoning .....Bridgetown, Barbados

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  30. This is just incredible, I say no to stoning! Buenos Aires, Argentina

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  31. I say yes to life, not death.If women's rights.not the abuse.thanks for listening yo my opinion. Comodoro Rivadavia(Argentina)

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  32. I wish to stop this brutal punishment. It's nonsense. I hope many Asian people also notice an international sadness. Save Sakineh!

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  33. Stop this cruelty and live in harmony! IRAN hear our words and be just to your own citizen! a person did not choose to be born into any gender!

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  34. Since when was killing someone right? I'll tell you never! So why kill someone for something even if didn't do what he or she admits to it, that woman didn't even do what she did admit to!!!

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  35. Vasilios Petropoulos10 November 2010 at 23:38

    i will pray for hope and freedom for Mother Sakineh. this is very digraceful to the goverment and islam . God doesnt punish people to death twisted evil humans do.

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  36. There is no room in our society for barbaric and archaic laws which exist in this time and age. I wonder what the rules would be like if the shoe was on the other foot and women were the ones to pass judgement? FREE SAKINEH!!!!!!

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  37. I hope that these cruel crimes will be stopped!

    Best regards,
    Timo from Finland

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