Mr. Asakereh was married and had two children. He resided in the town of Sarbandar, near [the city of] Mahshar, in the south of Khuzestan Province and had a college education.
"Interrupted Lives" is a traveling exhibit that tells the story of Iranian students who have been punished for expressing their beliefs. Thousands have been victims of politically motivated arrests or executions during the past three decades.
This timeline examines four decades of persecution of lawyers in Iran. It is the first phase of a project that seeks to provide an understanding about the root causes for systematic persecution of human rights defenders, journalists, lawyers and others who have called for reform.
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November 29, 2019
Human Rights Library
“They Arrest You First, Then They Come up with a Charge”: Shirin Ebadi Recounts Persecution for her Legal WorkView More ❯