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Letter of filmmaker Mohammad Nourizad to Omid Kokabee

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“I feel so ashamed that during the 33 years after the revolution we as the Shia owners of this cursed land have not been either suitable neighbors, people or even citizen for you or for the people of the same faith as you. Before the revolution there was a good relationship between you and us. Apart from the particularities that ... ادامه متن »

Letters to Iran’s supreme leader: journalist sends protest mail to Ayatollah Ali Khamenei

20194

Mohammad Nourizad’s letter sparks campaign calling on Khamenei to apologise over crackdown on Iranian protesters. In the age of emails and tweets, writing old-fashioned letters has become the new way of  expressing dissent in Iran. The veteran journalist Mohammad Nourizad wrote his first open letter to Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, in the aftermath of the disputed 2009 election. It went ... ادامه متن »

Dissident Documentary Film Maker Mohammad Nourizad Threatened, Arrested & Later Released

20129

Mohammad Nourizad, documentary film maker known for his series of critical letters to Ayatollah Khamenei was reportedly detained on the streets of Tehran by unknown individuals on Thursday June 14th, 2012, kept in solitary confinement in an undisclosed location for several hours and eventually released on a street in Tehran at 11:30pm.Despite repeated direct and indirect threats by the security ... ادامه متن »

Movie “We Have Murdered People” released

20124

Filmmaker Mohammad Nourizad, who spent almost a year in prison for criticizing the regime in letters he sent to Khamenei, has renewed his sharp criticism in a new short movie, “We Have Murdered People.” The movie begins: We must believe that we have failed the 33-year test of the Islamic Revolution and the implementation of the promises that we made ... ادامه متن »

Mohammad Nourizad’s dissidence to the Iranian government comes in the form of admonishing, public letters.

In his letters, Mohammad Nourizad accused the “father” – Ayatollah Ali Khamenei – of being surrounded by corruption, and dared him to cease military rule to see what happens [EPA] Playa del Carmen, Mexico – Iranians around the globe these days are mesmerised in anticipation of the next public letter that Mohammad Nourizad will write to Ali Khamenei. Much is happening in Iran ... ادامه متن »

Revolutionary Guard Confiscated Confidential Footage to Fabricate Film, Says Nourizad

20161

Following the release of a private and confidential film about his personal life, renowned filmmaker and journalist Mohammad Nourizad spoke with the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran about the illegality of its release. Nourizad told the Campaign that security and intelligence officials confiscated personal footage and films from his home during his arrest, and used it to create ... ادامه متن »

“I Saw Prison Abuse,” Says Mohammad Nourizad

20161

In an interview with the International Campaign with Human Rights in Iran, Mohammad Nourizad, a filmmaker, journalist and prisoner of conscience currently on furlough, provided details about his own case as well as the abuse of other prisoners. “I saw a young man who had been beaten, his lips were torn, and he had been slapped in the face numerous ... ادامه متن »

Recently released prisoner’s request from Iranian Leader

20180

Mohammad Nourizad, the persecuted Iranian journalist and filmmaker who was recently released from prison, has called on Iran’s Supreme Leader to rule that each day a prisoner spends in solitary confinement will shave 10 days from his or her sentence. Nourizad was jailed for his letters critical of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei. On his personal website he writes: “My foremost ... ادامه متن »

Jailed journalist released after weeks on hunger strike

20180

Iranian filmmaker and journalist Mohammad Nourizad was released today after nearly two years in prison. Last week, Nourizad’s wife Fatemeh Maleki reported that her husband had been on a hunger strike for more than 40 days, refusing all calls and visitors. He had told the prosecutor’s office that he would continue with his strike until his demands were met. Nourizad ... ادامه متن »

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