The children of imprisoned Iranian activist Mohammadi collect the Nobel in her name and convey her message to the world: “The resistance is alive and the struggle endures”


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Kiana and Ali Rahmani, his two 17-year-old twin children, have read a speech written from Tehran prison

The children of the Nobel Peace Prize winner collect the award while being imprisoned in Iran

The imprisoned Iranian activist Narges Mohammadi has claimed this Sunday, through his children, upon receiving the Peace Nobel in Oslo city hall, international support to end an Iranian regime “at its lowest level of legitimacy and popular support.”

“Today, the youth of Iran have transformed the streets and public spaces into a scene of widespread civil resistance. The resistance is alive and the struggle endures,” said Mohammadi in a speech written from Evin prison (Tehran) and read by Kiana and Ali Rahmani, his two 17-year-old twin sons.

Mohammadi51 years old and who today will begin a new hunger strike to show solidarity with the persecution of the Bahá’í religious minority in her country, was “confident” that “the light of freedom and justice will shine brightly in the land of Iran.” “.

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