International Action to stop executions sentences in Iran

 Saturday, November 14, 2015 12:21:33 PM

Join us to halt execution of Shahram Ahmadi

Shahram's Mother: "My son's age is below 30, for which crime you are killing our children?"

Mr. Shahram Ahmadi was arrested in May 2009 and had been interrogated and tortured during 43 months of his imprisonment in solitary confinements in the cities of Sanandaj and Zanjan in Iran. Regime was forcing Shahram to write false confession.

After being kept in prison for several months, Shahram was sentenced to death by execution on the charge of Moharebeh "Waging War against God". His so-called trial lasted only five minutes while his lawyer was just a public law defender and they could not meet each other before the court!

Shahram's brother Mr. Bahram Ahmadi and some of his friends including Mr. Hamed Ahmadi also were executed because of similar charges on the same year.

Shahram Ahmadi is currently kept in Rajaei Shahr prison in the city of Karaj in Iran.  His execution sentence has been confirmed and is sent to the Execution Department which means he is now in imminent danger of being executed.

To halt his execution, we should act immediately. The international human rights organizations have to force the Islamic regime of Iran to overturn Shahram's execution sentence. His only "crime" is practising his freedom of expression.

It is possible to stop regime from carrying execution sentences in Iran. Only through an international campaign we can save Shahram Ahmadi.  

We call on all freedom-loving people all over the world, to take an action to save Shahram Ahamadi's life.  Protest against his execution sentence by signing the following petitions and/or communicate with the international human rights organizations to urge them to support this prisoner of conscience. 


Campaign to free political prisoners in Iran (CFPPI)

Sarvar Kardar


Shiva Mahbobi


[email protected]


 Not One More Execution

Hormoz Raha


Mothers against Execution


[email protected]


Broujerdi Civil Rights Group

Maryam Moazen Zadeh

[email protected]