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    ElIndio

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    Petition Iran

    Post  ElIndio on Tue May 11, 2010 3:52 pm

    From LabourStartSome of you will remember the jailed Iranian trade unionist Farzad Kamangar.

    He was the subject of a LabourStart campaign more than a year ago.

    Kamangar was accused by the regime of "endangering national security" and "enmity against God".

    He was convicted in a sham trial that lasted less than five minutes, sent to prison and tortured.

    Teachers' unions around the world campaigned for his release, backed by the labour movement and human rights groups like Amnesty International.

    Last weekend, the Iranian regime executed Farzad together with several other prisoners.

    He was hanged secretly, without his family being informed, in the notorious Evin prison in Tehran.

    As the one-year anniversary of Iran's fraudulent Presidential elections approaches, we have reason to fear that the regime will become even more brutal in its crackdown.

    Other trade unionists languishing in Iranian jails now fear for their lives too.

    We must act now to send a loud and clear message to Tehran -- no more executions!

    Please take a minute and send off your message.

    And afterwards, please make sure to spread the word in your union.

    We must act quickly to save the lives of our fellow trade unionists.

    At a time like this, we cannot remain silent.

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