CNN interview with Nazanin about today's Wall of Shame rally

CNN interview with Nazanin about today's Wall of Shame rally
by SCE Campaign


Time: 12-2pm Date: September 23rd, 2008

Location: UN Headquarter New York Dag Hammarskjold Plaza (47th St. & 2nd Ave.)


President of Iran will have to get past the Ahmadinejad Wall of Shame - a visual display and demonstration across the United Nations Headquarters- before entering the opening of the General Assembly.

Groups and individuals participating in the Wall of Shame demonstration include those who have faced oppression under the current regime such as women under gender apartheid, students who have been imprisoned and tortured and ethnic and religious minorities who have been persecuted.

Focus will also be given to other human rights atrocities in Iran including stoning to death, dismembering of limbs, and throwing people from heights as methods of punishment. Stop Child Executions invites all media and the general public to join this demonstration for Human Rights. SCE will release the latest list of minors facing the death penalty, and an 8 part plan of recommendations addressed to Iran's heads of state, Parliament, Judiciary , United Nations and international community which will also be made available on the // website following the rally.

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ZioNazis are the happiest with Nazanin

by Mehdi on

On all their network they are repeating her dog and pony show with exuberance and joy. Nazanin definitely did a great service to the occupying regime and the land thieves. She also courageously saved our dear rapists, murderers and homosexuals. Without her who would support these victims? How could we ever thank Nazanin? Maybe send her a star of david? What do you guys think? :)


Thanks again Nazanin.

by skatermom (not verified) on

Thanks again Nazanin. Anonymous on, okay we give. We'll vote for Palin. You're right Sarah Palin will break the shackles of bondage for Iranian women. First though, Palin needs to prove to me that she can find Iran on the map.


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Only Gov. Palin has spoke about Iran's human rights abuses

by Anonymous on

Here is an excerpts of Gov. Palin remark about Iranian people women today. The only American politician who have mentioned Iranian women situation.

"Not even Iranian citizens are safe from their government's threat to those who want to live, work, and worship in peace. Politically-motivated abductions, torture, death by stoning, flogging, and amputations are just some of its state-sanctioned punishments. It is said that the measure of a country is the treatment of its most vulnerable citizens. By that standard, the Iranian government is both oppressive and barbaric. Under Ahmadinejad's rule, Iranian women are some of the most vulnerable citizens. If an Iranian woman shows too much hair in public, she risks being beaten or killed. If she walks down a public street in clothing that violates the state dress code, she could be arrested. But in the face of this harsh regime, the Iranian women have shown courage. Despite threats to their lives and their families, Iranian women have sought better treatment through the "One Million Signatures Campaign Demanding Changes to Discriminatory Laws." The authorities have reacted with predictable barbarism. Last year, women's rights activist Delaram Ali was sentenced to 20 lashes and 10 months in prison for committing the crime of "propaganda against the system." After international protests, the judiciary reduced her sentence to "only" 10 lashes and 36 months in prison and then temporarily suspended her sentence. She still faces the threat of imprisonment."

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I second that!

by IRANdokht on

I agree with my dear friends Azarin and Killjoy. 

Nazanin jan,

I wish I could have joined you today. You're a brave young lady and a source of pride for all Iranians.

Best regards



Dear Nazanin,

by Killjoy (not verified) on

I admire your courage and your tireless fight against the injustices pepetuated by the criminal regime in Tehran.



Azarin Sadegh

Thank you Nazanin!

by Azarin Sadegh on

Great initiative! Excellent interview...