Global Protest Against the Stoning Verdict of Sakine Mohammadi Ashtiani!
Those responsible for stoning should be prosecuted in an International court.
In response to the plight of the children of Sakine Mohammadi Ashtiani, the Campaign to Save Sakine calls upon you to protest against this verdict in any possible way.
Sakine’s life and her children’s future are in danger. How could a child witness its own mother’s death by stoning and live a normal life? What is this savagery and barbarity which interferes in the most private matters of an adult individual’s life then judges and condemns that individual to a most violent death by stoning? This act of savagery must be confronted by a wave of opposition by everyone who has heard this horrendous news.
Sakine Mohammadi Ashtiani is confined in Tabriz prison, her two applications for pardon have not been answered, and her stoning verdict has been transmitted to Tabriz prison to be executed. The only way to save Sakine is through intensive global protest.
An appeal from Sakine’s children has so far been translated into 12 languages and published in hundreds of blogs. Numerous Farsi sites have echoed their letter and the interview with Sakine’s lawyer, Mr. Mohammad Mostafayi. During the past 24 hours, the Islamic regime’s officials have received 600 letters of protest with copies addressed to us.
We once again call upon all women rights organizations, advocates of human rights, and everyone across the world to assist us to save Sakine’s life. We must prevent this human catastrophe from happening.
Join us in protest on Friday, everywhere – in Iran, in Europe, Canada and the USA – everywhere in the world join us against stoning, this pure barbarity. We can not allow them to torture Sakine to death by stoning. This is savagery and should be stopped by any means possible.
Save Sakine Mohammadi Ashtiani Campaign
June 28th 2010
kill by stoning
rebellions throwing cobblestones. No
convicted to be killed
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
It is very sad indeed that the Iranian regime is following such draconian policies to harass its citizens. When will the Islamic world learn to respect human dignity, respect for life.ReplyDelete
Let us assume (though I have serious questions) that she was involved in an adulterous relationship. So?
I am not appealing to Iranian authorities as one can only appeal to people of knowledge, and wisdom. Mullah, unfortunately has none of them.