Nouri’s son addressed Narges Mohammadi: “Foolish enemy”
WANA (Dec 16) – Narges Mohammadi, the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2023, who is currently in prison in Iran, has sent a letter to the Prime Minister of Sweden against Hamid Nouri, an Iranian prisoner in Sweden while claiming to prevent any contact with outside Evin prison.
In response to this letter, Hamid Nouri’s son said, “She (Narges Mohammadi) is trying to strengthen my father’s court. She is helping us with her stupidity. She made it clear whether Evin’s prison in Iran is dangerous or Sweden’s prisons!. The foolish enemy is suitable in these situations”
Hamid Nouri’s son means that Narges Mohammadi can freely correspond with any official, even foreign officials, but his father is in prison in Sweden under formidable conditions.
Nobel Prize, delusional respiration for Critics of Iran’s government
WANA (SEP 07) – “Well, I was delighted. I hope this will give more attention to Iranian women looking for their rights.” Sajad Nejati, an Iranian university student, commented on the Norwegian Nobel Committee’s 2023 prize to Narges Mohammadi, an Iranian woman imprisoned. On Friday, October 6, the Norwegian Nobel Committee announced that they […]
The Nobel Peace Prize laureates from Evin prison wrote a letter to the Prime Minister of Sweden, asking for the trial of Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi and Hamid Nouri.
Narges Mohammadi recently received the Nobel Peace Prize for her activities, which was against the Islamic Republic, the claim that she was prevented from visiting her children, and the claim that she could not contact outside the prison. Since 2021 she in jail due to charges such as propaganda against the system, defamation, etc.
Hamid Nouri is an Iranian citizen who has been in solitary confinement in Swedish prisons for more than four years on charges of “war crime” and “intentional murder.”
WHO IS NARGES MOHAMMADI
Narges Mohammadi is an Iranian human rights activist. She was born on April 21, 1972, in Zanjan, Iran. Mohammadi has been involved in various human rights campaigns, including those related to the abolition of the death penalty, the rights of political prisoners, and the defense of women’s rights.
Narges Mohammadi was the vice president of the Defenders of Human Rights Center (DHRC) in Iran, an organization co-founded by Nobel Peace Prize Shirin Ebadi. The DHRC was shut down by Iranian authorities in 2008.