The Abolitionist Movement in Iran
By Ali Shirzadi,
On the Death Penalty in Iran, " The Abolitionist Movement in Iran "pub: Together against the Death Penalty (Ensemble contre la peine de mort - ECPM) ,P 104 – 108
Moving Beyond Sanctions
Published on The weekly Aseman(Sky) The Persian Magazine No. 62 Saturday,5 oct 2013 (Persian date Mehr 12 1392) Page 40 As: Disapproval of sanctions: Attempt to moralize politics
Message to 5th World Congress Against the Death Penalty
The following is the manuscript of Emadeddin Baghi's speech delivered in 5th World Congress Against the Death Penalty on 12 June 2013.
because Emadeddin Baghi Was prohibited from leaving his country His message was read by his representative.
The following text has been reflected in inner Medias, Persian radios outside of Iran such as BBC, German, French and Farda Radio. They have done some interviews about this text.
Appeal to Stop the Death Penalty and a Fair Process for the Cases of 9 Charged in Ahwaz
This letter has been published completely and/or briefly in domestic press and Persian sites
Iran’s new era: nine lessons for reformers
Emadeddin Baghi is one of Iran’s leading dissident intellectuals. He is the author of twenty books (six of which have been banned) and has been an editor and writer for myriad reform publications, most of which have been shut down.
In his book The Tragedy of Democracy in Iran (1998), he accused top government officials of complicity in the assassination of political dissidents. In 2000 he was sentenced to seven years in prison (reduced to three years on appeal) for “insulting sanctities”, “undermining national security”, and “putting out false news”.
In 2004 Emadeddin Baghi was awarded the Civil Courage Prize, but was, at the final hour, prohibited from leaving Iran to accept it. He remains in Iran today, with the threat of re-imprisonment constantly hanging over his head. His website is at www.emadbaghi.com/en.