Mojgan Mohammadian: Prisoner of the day

Civil activist

CHRR: Mojgan Mohammadian, a civil activist, is serving her six-month prison term on charges of "assembly and collusion with the intent to disrupt national security." Following receiving telephone summons, Mojgan Mohammadian appeared at Evin Prison on May 23, 2012, and she was immediately transferred to the Women's Ward at Evin.

Security forces, including forces from the IRGC Intelligence Organization and the Security Police, stormed Mojgan Mohammadian's home on March 2, 2010, and after searching the premises and collecting her laptop computer, a satellite receiver unit, and her personal documents, they arrested and transferred her to an undisclosed location. After three days' detention and interrogations, she was transferred to Evin Prison and was released on bail a week later.

Her first trial session was on October 6, 2010 at Branch 28 of Tehran Revolutionary Court under Judge Moghisseh, and her husband, Shahin Shobeiri, was also arrested and transferred to Evin Prison at that court session. After the last court session, Judge Moghisseh sentenced Mojgan Mohammadian to two years in prison on charges of "assembly and collusion with the intent to disrupt national security," and sentenced her husband, Shahin Shobeiri to six months in prison. After she appealed the court ruling, her case was reviewed in Branch 54 of Tehran Revolutionary Court under Judge Movahed in June 2011, and her sentence was reduced to six months in prison and another 18 months' prison term, suspended for five years.


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درود بر تمام زندانیان سیاسی


Iranians of all walks of life taking a stand for their freedom and just rights.  They are to be commanded and supported by all freedom loving folks.


  Iranians need to stand united in their support for these brave souls, support their goals and aspiration for a  free independent and prospers Iran.  Support these brave Iranians, don't aim to break their back or starve their family.

 Foreign nations which thru their apartheid policy practice the same insanity and unjust detentions cannot be a good example for the future of Iran and need not to apply. 


'Hambastegi' is the main key to victory 



Regime change for Mojgan’s sake

by Fred on

Sympathy is good, but, the only way to emancipate the legions of imprisoned Iranian victims of the Messianic Islamist Rapists is regime change.

As in this case, the regime goes after the entire family unit,  Mojgan’s case is not unique at all, it is the norm. 

Backbreaking airtight sanctions plus air/naval quarantine is a must.