Zahra Bahrami

February 4, 2011

Ebadi: Dutch Lawyers Could Have Shed Light on Bahrami’s Case Facts

In an interview with the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran, Shirin Ebadi, the 2003 Nobel Peace Laureate and Head of the Defenders of Human Rights Center questioned the review process in the case of Zahra Bahrami, a prisoner who was executed last week. Ebadi told the Campaign that if, according to normal diplomatic protocols, the Dutch Ambassador had been allowed to visit with Ms. Bahrami, a Dutch citizen, and if the attorneys selected by the Dutch government had been allowed ... read more
February 3, 2011

Iran Uses Media Stunts in Lieu of Fair Trials

Iran Uses Media Stunts in Lieu of Fair Trials Iranian officials should base convictions on reliable evidence and due process.... read more
January 26, 2011

Daughter of Iranian-Dutch Prisoner on Death Row Pleads For Help

Daughter of Iranian-Dutch Prisoner on Death Row Pleads For Help In an interview with the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran, daughter of imprisoned Iranian-Dutch citizen, Zahra Bahrami who is facing the death sentence on charges of drug trafficking, expressed that the charges waged against her mother are not true, and that her mother has made confessions against herself under duress. Bahrami’s daughter told [...]... read more