Imprisoned for speaking out against the death penalty
Atena Daemi fights to end the death penalty in Iran. She writes Facebook and Twitter posts to criticize the country's execution record. She also handed out leaflets and taken part in a peaceful protest against the death penalty. These activities have been cited as “evidence” of her criminal activities, and now she’s been sentenced to seven years in jail. Earlier this year, she went on hunger strike to protest her transfer to a notorious prison. Her health has deteriorated alarmingly while in prison.
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