Reza Ansari Rad: Prisoner of the day


Melli Mazhabi Website: Reza Ansari Rad, a freelance journalist who has worked for reformist newspapers, was summoned on May 3 to serve a one-year prison term in Evin Prison, according to Iran's Committee of Human Rights Reporters, a leading organization of journalists who document human rights abuses.

In September 2011, a Tehran Revolutionary Court sentenced him to prison for "propagating against the regime," news reports said.

Rad is in poor physical condition and has suffered multiple seizures during his arrest, news reports said.

Reza Ansari Rad has not been allowed in-person visitation with his family during his detention.


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by First Amendment on

Regime change for a Reformist?.......You gotta be kidding.......right?


درود بر تمام زندانیان سیاسی


ننگ بر آنانیکه از این زندانیان شجاع برای هدف شخصی خود سؤ استفاده میکنند

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. 

 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 



درود بی پایان بر همه زندانیان سیاسی




یار دَربَندم،  دلم همراه توست

ملک ایران زنده از فریاد توست


  راهی روشن برای مبارزان راستین



Regime change for Reza's sake

by Fred on

Regime change is the only way to end this 34 year long gross violation of human rights by the Messianic Islamist Rapists, “reformers” and all.

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