The Iranian Secular Society calls upon groups and individuals to join the protest against this barbaric sentence of Parwiz Kambakhsh and demand his immediate and unconditional release, including by joining the London protest, organising protests in various cities, writing letters of protest and more.
Venue: Afghanistan Embassy, 31 Princes Gate, London, SW7
Since October 2007, Parwiz Kambakhsh, a 23 year old Afghan journalist, has been in prison in Balkh province, Northern Afghanistan and sentenced to execution for blasphemy by a local Sharia court in Mazar-e-Sharif. His ‘crime’ was distributing articles downloaded from the internet that questioned the condition of women under Islam. The Afghan government has supported the Islamic court’s ruling.
On Thursday, January 31, 200 people demonstrated for his freedom in Kabul. International public opinion and pressure must join them to save his life.
The Iranian Secular Society calls upon groups and individuals to join the protest against this barbaric sentence and demand the immediate and unconditional release of Kambakhsh, including by joining the London protest, organising protests in various cities, writing letters of protest and more.
Fore more information, contact:
Telephone: 077 191 66731
The demonstration is endorsed by: Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain, National Secular Society and the Worker-communist Party of Iran-UK committee
All Day (Friday)