Please Everyone keep the Mujahadeen of Syria in your duas esp the Mujahadeen in Homs! …. Now as we speak more deployment of hizbulshaytan kufar militants are arriving to Syria and gathering alongside the Assad kufar forces to attack Homs , slaughter its children and rape our sisters!!…We have no one but Allah swt !
Oh Allah swt lord of the heavens and earth destroy the kufar shias and Assad forces and protect our brothers and sisters in Homs, Allahuma ameen ya rab 3l 3lameen!
You seek the attention of those around you to help appease the loneliness that you feel, but there is only One who’s attention is worth seeking, and if you have His attention, your heart will never feel an ounce of loneliness.
Ten women, who are imprisoned at Evin prison in Tehran, began a hunger strike on November 1 in order to draw attention to, and protest, their harsh treatment – violent and humiliating unannounced inspections, verbal abuse – by prison authorities.
Nasrin Sotoudeh, has been on hunger strike for several weeks, also to protest her mistreatment, which includes the suspension of her family’s visiting rights.
33 women - including the 10 on hunger strike - have written an open letter to the head of the prison to demand apologizes for their treatment.
Here are the profiles of the ones on hunger strike
Nasrin Sotoudeh - human rights defender lawyer, has been regularly prevented from face-to-face meetings with her family, including her two children or making phone calls to other family members.
Bahare Hedayat - student activist and a member of the One Million Signature Campaign which is committed to ending discrimination against women in Iranian law. serving a 10-year prison sentence for “insulting the president”, “insulting the Leader” and “gathering and colluding to commit crimes against national security”.
Zhila Baniyaghoub - award-winning journalist, women’s rights activist, was sentenced to one-year in prison on 2 September 2012. In addition, she has been banned from media and journalistic activities for 30 years after conviction of “spreading propaganda against the system” and “insulting the president”.
Nazanin Dayhimi - a translator of children’s books, Student in theater, arrested on 14 Feb 2011 during protest.
Mahsa Amarabadi - imprisoned for “spreading propaganda against the system through interviews and reports” after the disputed 2009 presidential election
Hakimeh Shokri - a member of “Mothers of Laleh Park”, a group actively supporting the mothers of individuals arrested and killed during post election demonstrations; charged with “spying and acting against the national security of the country”
Nassim Soltanbeigi - student rights activist last time arrested in 2010, sentenced to total of 6 years in prison.
Shiva Nazar Ahari - imprisoned for simply being a member of of the ‘Committee of Human Rights Reporters
Raheleh Zokaee - among the lesser-known prisoners, received one-year prison sentence for “propaganda against the regime.”
Zhila Karamzadeh-Makvandi - member of “Mothers of Laleh Park”, arrested in Beheshte Zahra Cemetery in Tehran on December 5th, 2009 after attending the funeral of Amir Arshad Tajmir, killed during the post election demonstrations.