Wednesday, May 26, 2021
The Egyptian Alliance for Human Rights and Development in Solidarity with Iranian Human Rights Activist Nargis Mohammadi
The Egyptian Alliance for Human Rights and Development on Wednesday, May 26, 2021, declares its solidarity with Iranian human rights activist Nargis Mohammadi, who was targeted and threatened by the Iranian authorities because of her human rights activities in Iran.
The Egyptian Alliance for Human Rights and Development (ADF) condemned the death sentences of human rights activist Narges Mohammadi for 30 months, 80 lashes, and a fine after Iranian authorities released the activist on October 8, 2020, and spent more than eight years in prison, during which she was subjected to arbitrary arrest and torture, but Iranian authorities continue to punish her for her work for human rights.
According to the Egyptian Alliance for Human Rights and Development, the attack is a model of the Iranian government’s vague and vague accusations of national security aimed at eliminating peaceful freedom of expression, reducing the civilian space for lawyers and human rights defenders.
The Egyptian Alliance for Human Rights and Development expresses its solidarity with the rights of the abused “Nargis Mohammadi”, condemns the violence inflicted on it, calls on the Egyptian Alliance for Human Rights and Development to protect the rights of human rights and women in general in Iran and calls on the Iranian government to immediately release all imprisoned jurists to practice their profession peacefully.