Ali Mohammad Parisai

#AliMohammadParisai, 34, from Dahdasht who fought so bravely in the ‪#IranRevolution for freedom and democracy was arrested on December 3.

In a call from the prison, he informed his family about his serious physical condition. The army forces broke his ribs and his legs were severely injured. He had his nails pulled and tortured on the first night of his detention.

After several days, he was transferred to Yasuj prison, where he received intensive treatment before entering the quarantine, so that no one notices his dire situation!

Ali Mohammad has no voice nor media, he is from one of the most deprived cities in Iran where poverty, oppression and discrimination are the only gifts from government.

According to his relatives, the repressors of the Islamic Republic have accused him of being the leader during protests in the south of the country, including Kohgiluyeh, Bobayrahmad, and Khuzestan, and going to charge him with Moharebeh “waging war agains God”. He’s in danger of being executed.

Be the voice of the most anonymous and deprived protesters  in prison.

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How to Help:

You can tweet using the example in the “Tweet Me” section or click on the Twitter/ Facebook icons at the bottom of each page. You can also reach out to your senators, parliament members, and other representatives and request immediate action to put pressure on the Islamic Republic. Ask them to give political sponsorship to our revolution prisoners who are at risk of the death penalty at any moment. You can help us to stop this crime by raising the political cost of executions for the Islamic regime!

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#AliMohammadParisai, who fought so bravely in the #IranRevolution for freedom and democracy is indanger of execution. Be his voice #StopExecutioninIran

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Sample Letter:

To Whom It May Concern,

Since September 16th, after the murder of a 22-year-old woman, Mahsa Amini, by the so-called morality police, Iranians have been protesting for freedom, human rights, minority rights, and women’s right to self-expression.

The Islamic Republic of Iran has responded with a lethal reaction, killing hundreds of its citizens nationwide with military artillery and arresting thousands.

The ruthless suppression of Iranian demonstrators has reached entirely new heights.

Two detained protesters, Mohsen Shekari and Majid Reza Rahnavard, were put to death on December 8th and 12th, respectively, without going through a fair trial, having access to independent counsel, or having the option to ask for an appeal.

The IR regime is about to execute hundreds of people.

Members of the German parliament, such as Ye-One Rhie, Carlos Kasper, and Martin Diedenhofen, were the first to decide to be political sponsors of several arrested protestors who were given death sentences. Politicians’ backing is vital. When elected officials publicly defend a political prisoner, more attention is attracted to their fate. The media cover their activism, and the attention serves to safeguard innocent prisoners.

We need your help, and we urge you to act quickly to stop this massacre. Your actions can include, but are not limited to, the following:

– Announce your political sponsorship or advocate for the prisoners in imminent danger [1], [2].

– Publicly call on all nations to recall their ambassadors from Tehran and to remove all the regime’s diplomats.

– Declare all regime associates, including the IRGC, and the Supreme Leader Khamenei, as terrorist organizations and impose swift sanctions against them.

– Demand that UN specialists keep a close eye on the situation and urge the authorities to take extraordinary measures to halt executions.

I appreciate you taking the time to read this important, sensitive message and offer your support to save lives and the values Iranians are fighting for.




[1] https://www.amnesty.org/en/location/middle-east-and-north-africa/iran/

[2] https://stopexecutioniniran.com


Know More About Ali Mohammad:

On a phone call from prison, he explans how they tortured him: "They did things to me that I never imagined a human could do to another human".

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