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Rose, Amnesty International Australia <actioncentre@amnesty.org.au> Unsubscribe

3:03 PM (1 hour ago)

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Dear Neville,

“For a long time, I won’t be able to see their innocent faces, I won’t be able to hear their voices. I won’t be able to smell them while holding them in my arms.”

These are the desperate words of Narges Mohammadi, a mother of two, imprisoned by Iranian authorities for advocating against the death penalty. Will you take action demanding the Iranian authorities release Narges?

 

The authorities are denying Narges access to her young kids, as well as urgent medical attention. She’s currently suffering from paralysis and a potential blood clot in her lungs.

 

Doctors have told the Iranian authorities that Narges needs proper medical care for these serious conditions. The authorities are ignoring these warnings and Narges’ health is deteriorating. Help Narges before it’s too late.

 

Narges has been imprisoned many times for her peaceful activism. This time, the authorities are denying her even a phone call from her eight-year-old twins. She hasn’t heard her childrens’ voices since last month.

Narges stood up for human rights in Iran and now she’s paying a terrible price. Together we must stand up for Narges’ human rights.

 

In hope,

 

Rose Kulak

Individuals at Risk Coordinator

Amnesty International Australia

PS. We worked together to free Iranian human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh and reunite her with her two children and husband. Now I’m asking you to help free Narges.

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