Stop the tsunami of executions - add your name!

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The Islamic Republic of Iran is the execution capital of the world. Already in 2011, it has executed at least 86 people after unfair trials and forced confessions under torture - three times last year's rate. It is the worst rise in executions since the regime's massacre of political prisoners in the summer of 1988.

There has been one execution every 8 hours and at least 8 of those executed have been political prisoners. Some of those killed by the state include: Zahra Bahrami, 45 year old Dutch/Iranian national who was arrested during protests last year, Ali Ghorabat for apostasy and Jafar Kazemi and Mohammad Ali Haj Aghaie for enmity against god. Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani still faces execution.

We, the undersigned, demand an immediate end to this state-sponsored murder that aims to intimidate the protest movement in Iran and call on the United Nations and governments to exert pressure on the Islamic Republic of Iran for an immediate and unconditional halt to executions. A regime that slaughters its citizens must face diplomatic isolation.

Signed by: Shahla Abghari, University Professor, Human Rights and Women Rights Activist, USA; Nazanin Afshin-Jam, President & Co Founder of Stop Child Executions, Canada; Mina Ahadi, Spokesperson, International Committee against Stoning & Execution, Germany; Sayeed Ahmad, Coordinator, Ain o Salish Kendra, Bangladesh; Association Fenomena Kraljevo, Serbia; Russell Blackford, Writer and Philosopher, Australia; Caroline Brancher, UFAL, France; Helle Merete Brix, Journalist, Denmark; Roy W Brown, International Representative, International Humanist and Ethical Union; Richard Dawkins, Scientist, UK; Patty Debonitas, Spokesperson, Iran Solidarity, UK; Sanal Edamaruku, President, Rationalist International, India; Sonja Eggerickx, President, International Humanist and Ethical Union, Belgium; Caroline Fourest, Writer and Columnist, France; A. C. Grayling, Writer and Philosopher, UK; Rahila Gupta, Activist and Writer, UK; Maria Hagberg, Chairperson, Network Against Honour-Related Violence, Sweden; Trefor Jenkins, Professor Emeritus / Honorary Professorial Research Fellow, South Africa; Hope Knutsson, President, Icelandic Ethical Humanist Association, Iceland; Nevena Kostic, Women for Peace, Serbia; Hartmut Krauss, Social Scientist, Germany; Harold Kroto, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, USA; Terry Liddle, Freethought History Research Group, UK; Anne-Marie Lizin, Honorary Speaker of the Belgian Senate, Belgium; Marieme Helie Lucas, Founder, Secularism Is A Women's Issue, France; Ed McArthur, Freethought History Research Group, UK; Maryam Namazie, Spokesperson, One Law For All Campaign, Equal Rights Now – Organisation against Women’s Discrimination in Iran, and Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain, UK; Salman Rushdie, Writer, USA; Daniel Salvatore Schiffer, Philosopher and Writer, Belgium; Terry Sanderson, President, National Secular Society, London, UK; Michael Schmidt-Salomon, Spokesperson of the Giordano Bruno Foundation, Germany; Udo Schuklenk, Professor of Philosophy and Ontario Research Chair in Bioethics, Canada; Siba Shakib, Filmmaker and Writer, USA; Joan Smith, Writer and Activist, London, UK; Roy Speckhardt, Executive Director, American Humanist Association, USA; Annie Sugier, President, Ligue du Droit International des Femmes, France; Peter Tatchell, Human Rights Campaigner, UK; Giti Thadani, Writer and Filmmaker, India; Michele Vianes, President, Regards de Femmes, France; Eli Vieira, President, Secular Humanist League of Brazil, Brazil; and Women in Black, Belgrade, Serbia.

205 comments:

  1. It's sickening that the regime in Iran can perpetuate so much suffering on its own people. I hope with all my heart that they can be defeated.

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  2. Please add my name:
    Elizabeth McDonald - Help Stop Child Executions

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  3. Please add my name, too.

    In effect the international community is showing similar disbelief and slow motion action towards the Islamic state's cycles of ethtic cleansing of seculars and liberals in Iran, as it did towards ethnic cleansing operations in Balkan based on ultra nationalist supermacy ideas of ruling Serbs, Croats etc. It is time to expose mass executions of secular Iranians and if necessary to intervene by military force, should diplomatic isolation and sanctions not give any results...it hasn't since 1979! Regards, Pedram Kazemi-Esfarjani, secular, liberal member elect of the board, Fritiran (Free Iran), Denmark.

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  4. Pls add me
    David Flint, Chairman, North London Humanist Group

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  5. Please add my name:
    Deborah Barnard, Scotland

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  6. Please add Stephen Burrows

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  7. Archbishop Dorian A. Baxter B.A., O.T.C., O.P.P., M.Div.25 February 2011 at 18:45

    I am horrified beyond human expression to hear of such barbarous atrocities being perpetrated against humanity in general and indeed the courageous people of Iran in particular! Whilst we are praying fervently for the dispenation of God's Justice and Mercy, we are most anxious to know just how we might be able to help in a more tangible manner!

    Please add my name to the petition!

    Sincerely in Christ's Service,

    Archbishop Dorian A. Baxter B.A., O.T.C., O.P.P., M.Div.

    Archbishop of the Federation of Independent Anglican Churches of North America, Founding National Chairman of the National Association for Public and Private Accountability and the Canada Court Watch Programme.

    PS If it is possible to further simplify the process for signing the petition please do so, others (including myself) have had difficulty understanding how to sign the petition, hence my request to be signed up! Respectfully, D.A.B.

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  8. I have spent only two weeks in Iran, but that was enough to persuade me that nothing could be more alien to the sensitive, warm, hospitable character of the Iranian people than this murderous kleptocracy. Its self-righteous claim to be aligned with the new spirit sweeping across the region is an act of breathtaking hypocrisy. Please add my name to the petition.

    Charles Baily
    Chair, Bedfordshire Humanists.

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  9. The bloodbath of executions and stone lapidation
    in Iran, led by President Ahmadinejad and his government - has to stop at once. The people of Iran who thirst for liberty and freedom should follow the example of Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen and Lybia. The Middle Eas has at last realised that Israel is not the problem, and that it has been used for years as a scapegoat. The real problem is their despotic leaders and governments who enrich themselves on the backs of their own impoverished people. Iranian people take your fate bravely into our hands and revolt. Humanity and the world will be with you.
    THE IFLAC COMMITTEE
    The International Forum for the Literature and Culture of Peace

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  10. Please add my name too. We cannot tolerate the attrocities of the present Iranian regime.
    Thaddeus Hutyra - World Human Rights Centre

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  11. Please add my name:
    Johanna Graf, Germany

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  12. WITH BEST REGARD;

    more connections, more openness, more opportunities — and that is the secret to defeating any Iranian ambitions to tie the rest of the region to its regime's hostile, unconstructive, closed worldview.

    shahin

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  13. Add My Name Please.

    Rebecka Almond, Christian Humanitarian, UK.

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  14. Gunther Leobacher26 February 2011 at 09:02

    Please add my Name:

    Gunther Leobacher, Salzburg, Austria

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  15. I, too, would like to join the stand against injustice from where ever.
    P. John Langford

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  16. William A Carr supports this petition

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  17. Please add my name Lilithe Magdalene

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  18. Please add my name:

    Martin Weaver, Japan.

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  19. sylvia-Lily Smolar26 February 2011 at 10:23

    Let's use our freedom to liberate others.
    It's time for positive change in Iran like in the rest of Islamic world. Stop executions in Iran.

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  20. Please add my name: Maija Ritala, Finland

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  21. These executions are horrific - & totally un-Islamic. They must stop.
    Please add my name: Jenny Flintoft, UK

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  22. Catherine LEFEVRE, Ass.LAIQUES & UFAL-France26 February 2011 at 11:11

    STOP EXECUTIONS IN IRAN AND ALL OVER THE WORLD.

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  23. Eleanor van der Hoest26 February 2011 at 11:22

    Hope for the future of people suffering under this barbaric regime.

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  24. Someone said -in recent years, that the two things that would finally signal the demise of Tyrannical Regimes world wide -were the mobile 'phone and women being given the vote.
    I think they may be right. In the meantime, until that comes to fruition, we must all combine together to repeatedly shine the torch of truth onto the darker corners of these evil Regimes -where the word 'justice' is corrupted out of the language -the language itself, by the associated calumny, serves to act as a breakdown in honest debate and general genuine communication.

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  25. Executions are sickeningly primitive. They can never be undone.

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  26. Please add Mideastweb for coexistence

    Ami Isseroff

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  27. These executions are horrific and totally inhuman. They must stop. Please add my name: Jonah Elshout, The Netherlands

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  28. Please add my name to this list.

    There can be no place for this Stone Age mentality in the 21st century.

    Roger Hinchliffe

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  29. For the end of tyranny and oppression, and the flowering of Iranian people.

    Add my name to the list
    Liam Corkery

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  30. Please add my name to the list, I lost a friend during the revolution in the 70's, and I am deeply saddened to see the killing go on

    Sue Anderson UK

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  31. People have basic human rights--male and female. The rights are identical to both sexes. Isn't it time that Iran recognized this?

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  32. Babis Dermitzakis26 February 2011 at 14:08

    Please add my name

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  34. Please add my name.
    Misagh Parsa

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  35. Pleas add my name.

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  36. The total disregard of the right to life as enshrined in the UN charter and basic principles of Justice MUST be stopped! There is no excuse to this barbarity. Not even religion!
    Mberere.

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  37. Add my name: Terry Glavin, Canada

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  38. add my support to this petition

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  39. Please add me, where do you sign this petition? Am I signing it by doing this? I sign it totally. Iran and it's authorities make me physically ill. They are anti the human race. But maybe they are just totalitarian fanatic torturers, more than religious representatives.

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  40. I am outraged by the treatment of those persecuted by the Iranian religious authorities and their political lackeys. Please add my name to the petition.

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  41. Stop this senseless killing of innocents! Death to the evil Iranian leadership!

    Lois Calzone, Maryland USA

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  42. add my name: Kamand Kojouri, Canada

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  43. Please add my name
    Alina dollat france

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  44. Execute the reactionary leaders of the Iran, smash this blood-thursty regime and establish the Iranian proletarian dictatorship to construct the socialist Iran, in a socialist Near and Middle East, in a socialist world.

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  45. Please add my name to the petition
    Adele Marie

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  46. It is Islam again. The Cult of Muhammad is a far greater threat to the well-being of mankind than Fascism, Communism and the Hordes of Genghis Khan ever were Stuart Parsons Paignton Devon U.K

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  47. Executions belong to dark medieval times, have nothing to do with our general values in the 21st century.

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  48. Please add my name, Nancy L. Wade, Chicago, IL, USA

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  49. Only religion can make good men do bad things. However these Iranian fundamentalists seem to relish what they do. They will not escape the wave of reform sweeping through the Muslim countries.

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  50. Please add my name.
    Graham Ross-Smith, secular humanist and canadian citizen

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  51. Please add my name:
    Charlin Sawyer
    Woodacre, CA USA

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  52. Please add my name:
    Cipriano Babula
    Enfield, CT USA

    May also leave two questions. The outcry and support for the revolution of Egypt has been on every news channel and has much in terms of support and spotlight. But where was the coverage, support, and the outcry when the people of Iran cried out for freedom? And where is the denouncing of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for the executions?

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  53. Pleas add my name.

    Nina Lambert
    Southampton UK

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  54. please add my name
    Skye Howard - Portland, Oregon, United States

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  55. Add my name this must stop. why are world leaders not doing more. Paul Somerfield Aston Shropshire

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  56. Brainwashed as children, they never learned to think by themselves. The sad results are blind faith, violent intolerance and cruel oppression against non-believers. When will humanity finally surpass religious dogma?

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  57. Add my name this not human
    Richard Laenen Antwerp

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  58. Islam and many of her followers do not seem to respect or value human life, otherwise they would not find it so simple to carry out or call for all these executions/murders. Please add my name. Michael Brings Canada

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  59. People want to be free - women want to be free and have choice. Support will only grow - and conquer dictators. Add my name:

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  60. viviane roelants antwerp belgium

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  61. please add my name
    MATHY Patrick Bruxelles

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  62. Tomasz Gorski, Amsterdam

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  63. Please add our names - this is appalling, it just gets worse and needs to be stopped.
    Jean Fraser, Whitstable UK
    Rita O'Brien, Whitstable UK

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  64. Please add my name -

    Ophelia Benson
    Seattle, USA

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  65. Indeed, shame it is. So much oppression's going on...words are few to express my outrage,it must stop now. Please add my name
    Rumana Hashem, Bangladesh

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  66. you can count on me
    add my name

    Pedro Almeida, General Director of the Secular Humanist League of Brazil.

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  67. René Verachtert, Antwerp Belgium27 February 2011 at 21:11

    Stop this barbarity

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  68. Angela Grobben, Netherlands

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  69. Signing the petition:
    Ronald de Sousa, Professor of Philosophy, Toronto

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  70. In support
    Catherine Annabel, Sheffield

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  71. Please add my name.
    Many thanks,
    Rae Harrison, London.

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  72. Daniel Malcolm - UK

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  73. Charly Bouchara -- Montreal, Quebec

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  74. and me!

    David R Amies,
    Sawtell, NSW

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  75. Add my name too
    Susan Peterson
    Melbourne, Australia.

    Justice for All!!! Peace for All!!!

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  76. A god or a regime that needs protecting by killing people is a god that should be banished from the imagination of humans.

    David Nicholls
    President
    Atheist Foundation of Australia

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  77. Malgorzata Koraszewska
    Please add my name.

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  78. Please add my name.

    Miles McCullough
    Arkansas

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  79. Please add my name
    Andrzej Koraszewski
    Dobrzyn, Poland

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  80. Please add my name

    Peter Gaunt
    London
    UK

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  81. Please add me too.

    Ryszard Baster
    Cracow, Poland

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  82. Violence is a sign of weakness.
    Please add my name !
    Marc Grimot

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  83. Please add my name. Let's hope the changes in the middle east spread to Iran as soon as possible.

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  84. Add me too

    Wojciech Gładysz

    Poland

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  85. Colin Bramwell, Scotland

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  86. Tiziano Dal Farra, researcher
    Belluno, Italy
    ADD ME TOO, thanks!

    http://www.vajont.info/eNGLISH/indexArticles.html

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  87. Heidi Toivonen, Finland

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  88. add me too please:
    Daniel Chambinaud
    France

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  89. STOP THE KILLING... STOP IT

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  90. Add my name: Johanna Søndergaard, Denmark

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  91. whoever reigns with medieval cruelty will perish in medieval cruelty. Sooner or Later. Hopefully for the Iran People as soon as possible!
    M. Lell, Germany

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  92. Add myname Morteza .Rezvan

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  93. David L Young
    Edmonton, Alberta

    Put me down as a signatory.

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  94. Please add my name.

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  95. Please add my name.
    Gwen Meshorer
    Marina del Rey, California

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  96. The Iranian people and their spirit cannot be held hostage much longer. Cruelty must cede to compassion.

    Raf Wugalter, Gatineau, Canada

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  97. Add me Tomasz Lipnicki musician Poland.

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  98. martin stemp. oxford

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  99. Emilia Saukko, researcher, sociology. Helsinki/Finland

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  100. Please add my name. We need this campaign for the individuals who are being subjected to such unspeakable injustice and to spread the spirit for a revolutionary overthrowing of military and Islamist oppression sweeping the Arab world.

    Chris Howes, musician, writer, lecturer. London, GB

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  101. Please add my name as well: Himesh Patel, London

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  102. Count me in. Put my name down. Mick Wright, England. This crap's gone on long enough.

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  103. Please add my name: Qasim Bashir

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  104. Please add my name: Gordon Willis

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  105. laura spallanzani2 March 2011 at 12:53

    Please add my name: laura spallanzani, italy

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  106. Please add my name to the petition: Bucci Matteo, Italy. THANKS.

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  107. Please add my name - C.M.HEATHCOTE

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  108. Please, add me,Lucilla Nardari.
    This slaughter must end

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  109. Please add my name:
    Mari Buckingham.
    FREEDOM NOT FEAR !!!!

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  110. Please add my name
    Anne Denis, France

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  111. add me please

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  112. Add me please. James Kay, Crowthorne, UK.

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  113. Please add my name.
    Mitra Daneshi

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  114. Setareh Hooshmand

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  115. please add my name
    Amir.Hasnzadeh

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  116. Let's use our freedom to liberate others.

    Gabi Schmidt, Germany

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  117. Please add,

    jamal saberi

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  118. Please add our names
    Davide & Francesca Dalpane
    Italy

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  119. The Iran Judicial System is corrupt. I think that one of the primary duties of the IRI Leader is to ensure a Just Iranian Judiciary. One of the primary duties of the Iranian Assembly of Experts is to ensure that the IRI Leader is doing his job. I believe the IRI Leader and the IRI Assembly of Experts is responsible for this corruption either by promoting it, or failing to remedy it.

    Russ Bennett

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  120. I hope the bravery of other nations inspires the people of Iran to find the enormous courage required to rid themselves of this foul regime. Please add my name.

    Tom Dussek

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  121. Schuster,dieter4 March 2011 at 12:03

    PLZ. Add my Name

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  122. I'm here, with all of you
    Lucilla Nardari

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  123. Plz add my name...Iran/Persia was a great country, beautiful and educated peeps, how can they stand a fascist/theocratic regime ruled by ignorant & savage priests or wtf they are, that kill their youth left and right ??
    Even worse than the american possesed Shah and his Savak.
    Bearded idiots represing everybody, in the name of that reactionnary thing they call Sharia or wtf.

    My full name:

    António Luís Cid da Costa Álvares

    My ID card:

    2321019 (PT)

    I hope (I just hope) I won't have to go there and kill those imbecils very much dead, 'cos I'm not in my prime.
    But if necessary, will do so.

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  124. Hi there, When the American government did not agree with Saddam Hussein's regime they asked Mr. Blair to join them in what turned out to be an illegal invasion of another country. The human rights abuse by American and British personnel were massive against the Iraqi people. Can you do something positive for once and stop the inhumane stoning of this woman who has committed no crime? Sapna Ramnani

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  125. add my name please:
    hari stathatou, writer, athens, greece

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  126. OUTRAGEOUS.. The IRI gov is corrupt..
    Haley Houshmand
    Boston, MA

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  127. Mehran Mahbobi
    Children First Now - Branch in Canada
    That is outrageous! But we are many and we should stop this, the most cruelty which can any state do to its own most dissent citizen as Houtan Kian! Houtan Kian name should be in our mind and heart for long time comes!

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  128. islamic rezhim must go...
    tania ahmadi
    germany-munchen

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  129. Sadly, I think to myself what might have been had we not supported the terrorist despots of the middle east since taking the regions security from the British in 1946? I am outraged by the executions in Iran, sickened by the slaughter in Libya, but no where do I see any sense of collective responsibility for or moral persuasion towards a definitive statement that we (The West)will not support dictators anywhere, anytime, anyplace. This of course includes the Theocratic dictators and their puppets in Iran.

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  130. Tom Silvest

    http://windylookout.wordpress.com/

    Germany

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  131. Jessie Forster

    Utah, USA

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  132. Matthew Talarico4 March 2011 at 23:05

    Add my name.

    Ontario, Canada.

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  133. Chris Roberts

    Ontario, Canada.

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  134. Please add my name.
    It is shameful our leaders do not condem these barbaric regimes.
    Ben Kerr, UK

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  135. the right...to rights

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  136. Please add my name:

    Malte Schulz-Sembten
    Germany

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  137. Please add my name.
    Dr Brian Robinson, Bucks, UK

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  138. Dr Sylvia Chandler, Worcs., UK10 March 2011 at 14:11

    Please add my name.

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  139. Colette Hargreaves11 March 2011 at 01:26

    How can such things still go on?

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  140. Please add my name.

    Alfredo Louro, Alberta, Canada

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  141. Naomi Wimborne-Idrissi12 March 2011 at 21:53

    I wish to be associated with this plea for humanity and justice.

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  142. I support justice for citizens in Iran, US, Palestine, Egypt, Libya, everywhere. We are all from the same human family and if we stand firm by the declaration of human rights we could be living in a much safer, and more generous world. I would expect more from the Iranian leadership. By carrying out these executions they harm not only the victims but themselves.

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  143. People everywhere have the right speak the truth and to live in safety without fear of imprisonment, torture and execution. This is a basic human right that people of conscience uphold everywhere. This courageous lawyer should be released.

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  144. Please add my name: Majid Hamidian, Gothenburg - Sweden. Worker-communist Parti of Iran-WPI.

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  145. Please add my name Nancy Irandoust Virginia, U.S.A.to the petition for justice in Iran and for Iranian people. It must stop executions in Iran and the world. Islamic republic of Iran must go.

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  146. please, add my name too Robin Niubo, Czech Republic, lets help Iran come out of the mediaeval ages it is living now in, and become a secular, healthy and modern country.

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  147. Please add me.Lloyd Copper, Queensland, Australia.It is brutal what is going on.

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  148. Hey, you can add my name.
    Szymon Grymuza, Poland

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  149. Please add: Stéphane Julien, Émancipation syndicale (France)

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  150. Please add: Adam Pruett, California, United States

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  151. please add my name.

    Manpreet Dhillon, New Delhi, India.

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  152. Nicola Abu-Khalil
    Refugee Council Schleswig-Holstein, Germany

    Please stop your inhumanity. Massacring people demonstrates your brutality and non-acceptance of your regime by the people of your country and the rest of the world

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  153. Pls add my name-

    Preeta Suresh, Mumbai, India!

    Show the world you do not live in the dark ages, Iran. The world is watching!

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  154. Please add my name.

    Eve Kelemen
    Phoenix, Arizona, USA

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  155. Please add my name, and accept my very best wishes and hopes for your success

    Jayne Hunter
    Island Bay
    Wellington
    New Zealand

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  156. Please add my name :
    Tricia Neda Sutherland
    London, UK

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  157. Please add my name:
    Geev Zandi
    Germany

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  158. Kindly add my name to the list in hopes of greater changes as an end result.
    Danna Halstenson
    Palm Springs CA

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  159. please, add my name:
    Eva Sonneborn
    Germany

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  160. please, add my name:
    Sara Banu
    Germany

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  161. Please add my name:

    John S. Burke - Green Activists For A Democratic Iran

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  162. Please Add my Name:
    Shary Faramarzi
    Germany

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  163. Human being are members of a whole,
    In creation of one essence and soul.
    If one member is afflicted with pain,
    Other members uneasy will remain.
    If you've no sympathy for human pain,
    The name of human you cannot retain!
    - Persian poet Saadi
    Please add my name: Nader Moavenian - Human Rights activist, USA

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  164. Please add my name: Massoud Najari, Human Rights Activist. British Columbia,Canada

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  165. Please add my name:

    Sarah Maitland Parks
    UK

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  166. Please add my name. These executions grave grave injustice, these murders must be stopped.

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  167. Please add my name:
    Kate Penning
    UK

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  168. Peter Calluy.

    Atheist group - Humanist society Flanders/Belgium.

    I am offended by you Ayatollah !

    No god, no master.
    Ni dieu, ni maitre

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  169. Please add my name too. In name of God, this execution must be stopped!
    Elena Ivanova,
    Moscow, Russia

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  170. Please add my name to the list.
    Jose F Velasco
    Seattle, WA USA.

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  171. Please add my name
    Karen Gentleman
    Isle of Wight, UK

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  172. اعدام به هرشکلی وحشیانه ترین نوع کشتار است . اعدام زنی بیگناه با دو فرزند در سال ۲۰۱۱ که بشریت از آگاهی و علم صحبت میکند عملی بسیار بسیار وحشیانه است. اعدام در جهان باید ممنوع شود و آزادی خانم سکینه محمدی آشتیانی باید خواسته همه جهانیان باشد. فرخ

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  173. Please add my name
    Paul Jones
    UK

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  174. lease add my name and support.
    Jane Hawksworth
    UK

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  175. Please add my name to this letter. Jaci Daly Fraser. Canada.

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  176. Ad my name. Bjarne Kim Pedersen

    Cut the rope I

    cut the rope from
    the neck of the convicted
    and bind the judge



    Cut the rope II

    put the judges to court
    and give them a fair trial
    for their death sentences



    Cut the rope III

    life is sacred
    no one may steal the right
    to breathe freely

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  177. Please add my name. Addie Stone

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  178. Please add my name. Jo Chumas.

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  179. Add my name, too, please: Erik Christensen,Canada

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  180. Please add me too. Lisa P., Pennsylvania, USA

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  181. I wish to add my name to this list, Jacqui Lovell from the United Kingdom

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  182. Please add my name. David Terhune, United States.

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  183. Please add my name. Reza Mashayekhi, United States.

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  184. Please add my name to the list of the outraged. No regime can justify the taking of a life!
    Paul Cheneour UK Musician,composer & teacher.

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  185. Please add my name:
    Roger Scott
    Queensland, Australia

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  186. Please add my name to the list. Marianne Billing, Oslo, Norway

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  187. Please add my name to the list. Nora Matthews, London, United Kingdom

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  188. Please add my name:
    Rhonda Mangus,
    New York, USA

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  189. This a typical response by desperate regime facing a new generation that has every reason to despise them. Their crackdown is only escalating the problem.

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  190. True religion inspires through love, false religion through hate and fear.

    Add my name.

    John Irvine - NSW Australia

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