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Ahmad Batebi tells CNN's Anderson Cooper, in his 1st U.S. television interview how he was tortured چاپ ارسال به دوست
vokradio.com, Los Angeles, CA, USA   

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Ahmad Batebi : 60 Minutes

Ahmad Batebi interview on how he was tortured for 9 years
 

Torture In Iran

cbsnews.com; Ahmad Batebi tells CNN's Anderson Cooper in his 1st U.S. television interview how he was tortured for 9 years in an Iranian prison and how he managed to escape.
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A Report on Four Individuals Held for Allegations of Plotting to Overthrow the Iranian Government چاپ ارسال به دوست
HRA-Iran   

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A Report on Four Individuals Held for Allegations of Plotting to Overthrow the Iranian Government


Saturday, January 24, 2009

kamyar_arash_alaei.jpgThe Ministry of Intelligence has announced that the televised confessions of the four individuals allegedly held for seeking to overthrow the government will be soon broadcast. Two of these individuals are doctors who specialize in prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS. The Human Rights Activists in Iran has the latest update as follows:

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Iranian kurdish students in prison چاپ ارسال به دوست
parezeran.wordpress.com   

vokradio.com


Iranian kurdish students in prison
Currently there are at least 15 Kurdish students in Islamic Regime Prisons. These individuals are:

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Iranian Dissident Seeks Treatment and Asylum چاپ ارسال به دوست
Elise Auerbach   

vokradio.com

Dear Friends:
I just wanted to let you all know about this lovely piece written by New York Times columnist Jake Mooney on all the wonderful work done by Amnesty International group 11 in New York to help prominent Iranian student activist and former prisoner of conscience Ahmad Batebi. They have been devoting their efforts to helping Ahmad for several years and continue to do so. Please note the event the group is hosting on Thursday October 30 in Manhattan. It is free and open to the public (details below) so please tell anyone you know in the New York area about it. The kindness and dedication of these volunteer activists is truly inspiring.


Best wishes,
Elise Auerbach
AIUSA Iran Country Specialist

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October 24, 2008, 11:51 am

Iranian Dissident Seeks Treatment and Asylum

ahmad_batebi.jpg By Jake Mooney for nytimes.com

Dispatches Ahmad Batebi, a symbol of the 1999 student protests in Iran who is now seeking asylum in the United States, maintains a sense of responsibility to those he left behind. (Photo: Marilynn K. Yee/The New York Times)

When a New York chapter of Amnesty International , the human rights group, began working to help free Ahmad Batebi, in 2002, he had been in an Iranian prison for about three years after being arrested as part of a student protest in Iran.

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Kurdish Youth Club in DC was formed چاپ ارسال به دوست
Kurdish Youth Club-USA   
vokradio.com Washington DC
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Kurdish Youth Club in DC was formed

On Sunday August 3rd 2008, Kurdish Youth Club in DC was formed. The Youth Decided to establish Kurdish Youth Club DC (KYC DC). Like all the other branches of Kurdish Youth Club it will be an independent, non-political, and Kurdistani organization. Open to all Kurds from all parts and back grounds. It is also as welcoming to non-Kurds who believe in supporting the Kurdish cause
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Rand Report: Iran's Political, Demographic, and Economic چاپ ارسال به دوست
by Keith Crane, Rollie Lal, Jeffrey Martini,   
Iran's Political, Demographic, and Economic Vulnerabilities
 
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 "Iran is one of the United States' most important foreign policy concerns. It has also been an extraordinarily difficult country with which to engage. Ironically, while the leadership has been hostile to the United States, Iranian society has evolved in ways friendly to the United States and U.S. interests

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