It was conference about #Iran #Syria and #Iranian_women on 26 November
and it was a lady went from iran to there,she was former student
and she was in jail.she was with another lady in different prison.
Did you hear about her
Her name is Shabnam Madadzadeh
She revealed about the Iranian regime on that conference.
With different facts
Political prisoner recounts horror of jail after her escape
Shabnam Madadzadeh is one of the most famous student activists who was imprisoned six years in Iran for her activities in university, demanding the students’ rights.
She was recently able to leave Iran and speak out about the horrible conditions in Iran and inside women’s prisons.it was many interview with her for example The International Business Times of UK.
Shabnam Madadzadeh, 29, was held for six years, serving a five year prison service, in some of the most infamous prisons of Iran’s deeply politicized criminal justice system. Through letters she sent secretly from her cells, Madadzadeh drew attention to the often draconian conditions she and thousands of other women faced….And also it was more 3 political prisoners in this conference.
“In every moment, second by second you can feel death. The interrogators talk about execution every day and every day you think you are going to be executed,
At Raja’i Shahr prison, Madadzadeh lived in a room she described as a “corridor”, where 200 women were crammed, with only two toilets and unsanitary drinking water. The lights in the room were never turned off, depriving the inmates of sleep between brutal interrogation sessions.”When I was under interrogation I was physically tortured too. Five or six men surrounded me and as they were questioning me they beat me, pulled my hair and hit my body,”"When I was under interrogation I was physically tortured too. Five or six men surrounded me and as they were questioning me they beat me, pulled my hair and hit my body,”
Her interrogators hoped Madadzadeh would renounce the People’s Mujahideen Organisation of Iran (PMOI), an opposition group in Iran outlawed by the mullahs’ regime and which advocates the overthrow of the Islamist regime.She said :”I can still see the face of a girl who told me she had been raped six times by a guard. It was horrible. My heart broke with her and when I was listening I would just cry because I was in prison and I could do nothing for them.”I said to myself, you should be the voice of these women, because this (is) the way to support these women and to fight the regime,”
“I believe all of these women were victims of the regime. Without any basic rights for any of the prisoners,
“Especially for women in Iran. They don’t have any rights and they are still without safety or people to help them,”
This is short story for your visitors
Source:Care for Humans in iran