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What Sakineh needs now …
Iran, Sakineh Ashtiani, Ending stoning, Eliminating the death penalty -

What Sakineh needs now …

woensdag 10 november 2010 16:37
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Our global outcry worked andSakineh is still alive! The next step is to fund international experts to strengthen Sakineh’s legal defense and work with officials in Iran to resolve this shameful situation. Let’s build on our 900,000-strong outcry andfund the next steps to win her freedom once and for all. Click below to help: 

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Sakineh is still alive! We stopped her stoning sentence, postponed an attempt to hang her quietly and let the Iranian government know that the world is watching and outraged. Now is the time to save Sakineh for good.

Last week over 900,000 of us sent messages and made calls to key government officials. But now we’re at an impasse and have to give Iran a way out of this dilemma. The next step towards freeing Sakineh is to fund international experts to strengthen her legal defense and work with officials in Iran to resolve this shameful situation. If thousands of us donate in the next three days we can hire an elite team of advocates, keep campaigning to free Sakineh and work on behalf of others facing brutal injustice. Click on the link below to support Sakineh:

Iran has tried everything to keep Sakineh in jail. They accused her of adultery and sentenced her to stoning despite the fact that the alleged adultery took place after her husband’s death. They sentenced her to death for the murder of her husband even though she had already been acquitted, and another man convicted and sentenced for the murder. They even arrested her son and lawyer and forced the rest of the legal team into exile. After massive international pressure, Iranian officials must be desperate for a face-saving way out of this mess.

And now, for the first time, there is dissent within Iran from Conservative forces about the treatment of Sakineh and the way her case has been handled by the Iranian government. Some are calling for her acquittal of all charges. 

A team of diplomatic and legal experts could build on this dissent and work within Iran to secure Sakineh’s release. Our call, 900,000 voices strong, in combination with pressure from inside Iran for Sakineh’s release is the best chance we have to save Sakineh. Now is the moment to give whatever we can to end her brutal persecution: 

In the campaign against the death penalty worldwide, Sakineh’s survival is an important beacon of hope. We have shown unprecedented support for her through an explosive petition, strategic ads in Iranian-allied countries and a flood of messages to world leaders generating an international outcry. Join us in this next step towards freeing Sakineh, ending stoning, and eliminating the death penalty across the globe. 

With hope and determination, 

Emma, Alice, Stephanie, Ricken, David, Graziela, Iain and the rest of the Avaaz team. 

Tehran regime starts to split over Ashtiani death by stoning verdict

Brazil President Elect speaks against Iran stoning

Sarkozy threatens to suspend dialogue if Sakineh was executed.

Canada condemns possible execution: 

UK calls for halt of execution

US demands no execution:

Letter of thanks: Stop Stoning International

Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani: A life in the Balance (Amnesty International) 

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