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  • Women’s Rights Activist Alieh Eghdam Doust Released After Serving Three Year Prison Term

    8 January 2012, by Sadmin
    Change for Equality: Alieh Eghdam Doust, women’s rights activist was released from prison today on January 8, 2011 after serving a three year prison term. Alieh was sentenced to serve three years in prison after she was arrested on June 12, 2006 along with nearly 70 other protesters in Haft-e Tir Square, during a protest demanding equal rights for women. Alieh was subsequently tried in Branch 15 of the Revolutionary Courts, on charges of acting against national security and sentenced to 3 (...)

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