I also saw my dear sister #SaharKhodayari who set herself on fire while facing a possible jail sentence for watching a game of football in the Azadi Stadium in #Iran.
What an ironic name; Azadi=Freedom
These women were candles whose flames triggered a thought. Why? Why is being a woman a crime? Why is wanting my initial rights a crime? Why is dreaming of a beautiful future a crime? All these whys slowly came together and formed the answer for me.
I do not follow politics; I am just an ordinary girl who yearns 4 freedom.I want to wear whatever I please, choose my own future and go to places. I want to be free! I found my answer in @Maryam_Rajavi.
Even if I didn’t know the history of MEK, just hearing the horrendous massacre of 30K prisoners in 1988 gives me the full picture of who they are. They are the symbol of hope, the symbol of freedom and our future.
30000 is not a number, those who said No and died on their feet instead of living on their knees, kissed their gallows and song the poem of freedom.
As an Iranian, I urge the int’l community to stand up against injustice and prevent another massacre from happening in #Iran by holding the regime accountable for its crimes.
That massacre did not stop in 1988, it’s happening every day in the dark corners of Iran. Break your silence, stop appeasing the mullahs; paving the path of our execution.