- Fakhredin Faraji Transferred to a Hospital in Birjand
- A Prisoner Executed in Shiraz
- 8 Facebook Activists Sentenced to 133 Years Imprisonment
- Report says US journalist in Iran to face trial 'soon'
- The best and worst of worlds: Tehran's public hospital wards
- Iranian Paper Shut Down for Publishing ‘Je Suis Charlie’
- McCain: Obama 'delusional' on possible Iran deal
- Iran not to agree on nuclear deal at all cost
- Iran, Russia keen to develop nuclear cooperation: Envoy
- Senate moves toward Iran sanctions
- Nuclear Talks With Iran Recess After 'Limited' Progress
- Sen. Tom Cotton: Congress Will Vote on Iran Nuclear Deal
- Iran to let foreign women watch men's volleyball tournament
- Iranian women stand united in protest and hope at Asian Cup
- Bahai Woman Died because of Lethal Poisoning in Shiraz
- Iran facing drug abuse crisis among women
- Iranian police arrested 50 women for 'un-Islamic' dress
- Female Prisoner of Conscience Transferred to Deplorable Gharchak Prison
- Commander: Inappreciative Individuals Want to Curtail the Guards
- Yemen Falls to Iranian Backed Fighters
- Did Iran Murder Argentina’s Crusading Prosecutor Alberto Nisman?
- Obama ‘encourages radical Islamic terrorists’
- Iran Building Missile Sites in Syria
- Iraq paid $10 billion for rusty Iranian arms
Saturday 29 July 2006
The organization for the defense of human rights in Kurdistan
Shamameh (Malak) Ghorbani, is a 34-year-old woman from the suburbs of the town of Naqdeh (province of Kurdistan); she is a mother of two children, a girl named Someyeh and a son, Ahmad; Shamameh was charged with in June of 2005 and was jailed. Within the recent weeks however the Islamic court in the city of Orumiyeh has re-sentenced her to execution through stoning.
Shamameh has been abandoned by her family and now alone and without anyone to turn to, has fallen victim to the barbarous and mysoginist Islamic laws. The organization for the defense of human rights in Kurdistan welcomes her as its honorary member and has begun a campaign to save her life. This organization calls upon the Islamic republic of Iran’s judiciary, the office of the United Nations High Commissioner on Human Rights as well as other human rights NGO’s to have this verdict overturned.