Amir Khosro Dalirsani: Prisoner of the day

Political activist given 4-years imprisonment for acting against "national security"

Amir Khosro Dalirsani is a nationalist-religious political activist and a member of Jonbesh-e Mosalmanan-e Mobarez. Arrested on 3 January 2009, Dalirsani was sentenced to four years in prison in May 2010 on the charge of "assembly and collusion with the intent to commit crimes against national security." An appeals court upheld the sentence subsequently. Following signing several open letters, several hunger strikes, and providing testimony about prison negligence that led to political activist Hoda Saber's death, Amir Khosro Dalirsani was transferred to the Intelligence Ministry's Ward 209 at Evin Prison and subjected to further interrogations. Dalirsani has not been allowed furlough and in-person visits with his family for the past year.


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Link to a list of prisoners of conscience

by maghshoosh on

As of now, these prisoners of conscience that are featured daily seem to be categorized under "Iranians of the day," which also includes non-prisoners.  Maybe, the prisoners of conscience should have their own exclusive list that is linked to at the home page of this site.


Doorood bar tamame Iranian e mobarez...

by Bavafa on

Acting against "National Security" has been a charge that IRI has been leveling off against any one they deemed in collision course with.  It is stupid and unjust.

A sustain campaign to free all political prisoners is duty of all freedom seeking Iranians.  These brave bunch have risked much and should get our respect and support for their unconditional freedom.

'Hambastegi' is the main key to victory 




by Zendanian on

Your proactive approach to those individuals is duly acknowledged and commended.




Tiger Lily


by Tiger Lily on

 have been and doing more than you might think....:)


اخ که چقدر خر تو خره... دادا تو هم ول کن دنیا که کربلا هستش







Your attention on that email and other addresses, on that list

by Zendanian on

is appreciated.

That list is a collection of emails for Khamenei, AN, Larijanis,... They should recieve as many protest letters as possible.

Out of curiosity, have you actually sent any protest letters to those emails?



Tiger Lily

Zendanian, I like that first email address

by Tiger Lily on

 I think I might be inspired to write a "dear leader/john"letter.


اخ که چقدر خر تو خره... دادا تو هم ول کن دنیا که کربلا هستش





Defend Amir Khosro Dalirsani

by Zendanian on

Sample Protest letter:

Please take a moment to send this protest letter or use your own version:


Free Amir Khosro Dalirsani!

I (we) am (are) writing this to condemn persecution and arrests of Human Rights activists in Iran. Human Rights activists in Iran are being constantly harassed and arrested by the Iranian government authorities. In particular, this letter is written to express my (our) serious concern about the health and well being of Amir Khosro Dalirsani who has been incarcerated since Jan, 2009.

I (we) condemn the continuous gross attacks on all activists in Iran. I (we) demand the immediate and unconditional freedom of Amir Khosro Dalirsani and all other jailed activists and call on the Islamic Republic of Iran to respect the right of all Iranians to organize, assemble and freedom of association and expression.




Send Copy of your Protest Letters to:

info@leader.ir, info@judiciary.ir, dr-ahmadinejad@president.ir; iran@un.int; ijpr@iranjudiciary.org, info@dadiran.ir, office@justice.ir, support@irimlsa.ir; info@humanrights-iran.ir