Nasim Soltan Beigi: Prisoner of the day

Student activist

CHRR: Nasim Soltan Beigi, a former Allameh Tabatabee University student and activist, returned to Evin Prison on October 13 to begin serving her six-year prison term.

On November 30, 2010, Branch 15 of Tehran Revolutionary Court sentenced the student activist to a total of six years in prison on charges of "acting against national security" (3 years), and "propaganda against the regime" (one year), including a prior two-year sentence from 2006. An appeals court reviewed and upheld the decision later.

Nasim Soltan Beigi is a leftist student who was arrested in December 2007, during the widespread crackdown on leftist students, and spent 56 days inside the Intelligence Ministry's Ward 209. She was released on bail of $50,000 later. Nasim Soltan Beigi was sentenced to the two years' suspended prison term after she was arrested for the first time in 2006 at a gathering of women's rights activists in Tehran.


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True Persian Patriot!

by Milan on

People like Nasim should take on Iran's future leadership positions. They are the true stewards of our motherland!


Free Nasim Now!

by shahrvand2 on

Student activists, political prisoners and all prisoners of conscience must be freed without delay!


درود بی پایان بر همه زندانیان سیاسی




یار دَربَندم،  دلم همراه توست


نسل جوان
وتشکیل شورای ملی


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چرا ایرانیان از آخوندها متنفر شده اند؟



by fate on

If I were younger I would have changed any regime for beautiful Nasim, no matter what. But now, I'm older and wiser; and I know that only a reform from within is the best remedy for today's social/political ill.


Regime change for Nasim's sake

by Fred on

Messianic Islamist Rapists, “reformers” and all, have proven to be reform-proof and doggedly anti-human rights.

Regime change by Iranians for Iranians with help from the sane worlds is the only way to end this 34 year long human rights nightmare.

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