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Keeping the Spotlight on Iranian translator Mohammad Soleimani Nia


A couple of months ago we blogged about Mr Mohammad Soleimani Nia being imprisoned in Tehran's notorious Evin prison since January 2012 without charge.

Mohammad Soleimani Nia Imprisoned

After being released from prison on the promise of ending his hunger strike, he has disappeared under mysterious circumstances. Read the CNN article for an update on Soleimani Nia's plight.

Please help keep this issue in the spotlight until a fellow translator -- Mohammad Soleimani Nia -- is once again free. Much appreciated!

(There are many venues online where you can lend your voice to a just cause.)

UPDATE (2016-05-31)
Since this article was posted a couple of years ago, no new new information has come to light on Mr Mohammad Soleimani Nia plight. If you have any information regarding Mr Mohammad Soleimani Nia, please let our readers know by simply dropping us a line or two.



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3 &DISCUSS response(s) so far ↓

  • 1 » Akiko Akiya (2012-08-10)

    Translation can be a very polical job in certain coutries...
  • 2 » Yumi Kagami (2012-08-19)

    That's right. I hope that translation brings understanding among people in the world.
  • 3 » Akiko Akiya (2012-08-30)

    I totally agree with it!! Unless there is a valid reason to detain Mohammad Soleimani Nia he should be released. Is this not the rule of law, even in Iran?

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