- Posted by Maryam Namazie
- On February 18, 2015
- 6 Comments
- execution, Iran, Saman Nasim
19 February Update: Saman Nasim’s brother says his brother has not been executed according to officials. We must keep the pressure on. Listen to interview with Hesam Yousefi of International Committee against Execution here.
Saman Nasim is an alleged juvenile offender who was arrested when he was 17 years old. The Kurdish political prisoner has been transferred to solitary today raising fears that he will be executed tomorrow. He has been charged with moharabeh or waging against god (or enmity against god) for opposing regime.
Please do it now.
Here’s a photo of his parents hoping that the world will intervene on his behalf: