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    Masih Alinejad urges International Community to hold Iran for the execution of Navid Afkari

    Masih Alinejad Iranian journalist and political activist who was the voice to the world for the mother of now-executed wrestler Navid Afkari shared on Twitter urges the International to do what is necessary. She talked about the execution of Navid Afkari, who was a wrestler who was tortured and sentenced to death by the government of the Islamic Republic of Iran for a murder that occurred during the 2018 Iranian protest. Navid Afkari was executed on 12 September in the Adel-Abad prison in Shiraz.

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    Afkari was charged with murdering Hasan Turkman, a government water and sewage department security agent during the 2018 Iranian protest. For this claim, a confession was issued by Afkari, which later claimed he had been tortured into making the false confession. In this same case, Afkari’s brothers were also sentenced to 54 and 27 years in prison.

    Masih Alinejad wrote on Twitter, “We Iranian people are furious because the Islamic Republic killed one of us for the crime of protesting and this is not acceptable in the 21st Century. Here what we demand from the international community. If you agree please support.”

    Masih also shared a video of Navid Afkari, before his execution, asking the Iranians and everyone to speak and support him.

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    She wrote posting the audio message from Afkari, “Listen to NavidAd Kari’s heart-breaking ordeal.

    This is what Navid had sent to the world in an audio message before from jail his execution. He had asked the world to hear his voice and the injustice he suffered from & what the regime did to his family. Today, they killed him.”

    Sajjadh Muhammed
    Sajjadh Muhammed
    Sajjadh Muhammed is a Graduate in Journalism with an excellent taste for online stories and Visual Media content.

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