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Sentenced for defending human rights in Iran

A prominent Iranian human rights lawyer, Nasrin Sotoudeh was unfairly sentenced to 38 years in prison and 148 lashes because of her work defending women’s rights in Iran. The country has been ravaged by the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, with many deaths resulting from infections in overcrowded prisons. In August, she began a hunger strike, calling for the release of political prisoners in Iran.

Nasrin Sotoudeh wrote from Evin Prison's Women's Ward, detailing the unjust imprisonment of political prisoners in Iran and explaining her hunger strike.

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The Center for Human Rights in Iran has compiled a list of articles covering Nasrin Sotoudeh, her current situation, and the support she has received worldwide.

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