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Stop the execution of 3000 Afghans by the IRANIAN GOVERNMENT

500 Signatures Goal: 500

According to the news resources, we have found out that 45 Afghan Nationals have been executed and more than 5,630 Afghans are imprisoned, with more than half of them (3,000) on death row. As you can imagine we are appalled and shocked at this disgraceful act of the Islamic Republic of Iran. The fact that these 45 Afghan National were executed without trial is extremely disturbing and lends itself to be compared to a fascist regime. This is wholly and completely against Islam and basic Human Rights according to International Law. What makes this even more heartbreaking is that on the one hand Afghans are organising a peace conference in Afghanistan while the Islamic Republic of Iran are executing Afghans. Furthermore instead of the Islamic Republic of Iran helping to stabilize the region, they are causing more destruction and problems. Please sign the petition and help save the 3000 Innocent Afghans from being executed. EVERY SIGNATURE COUNTS!

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  • 5 years ago
    Jasmin Jan Germany
    5 years ago
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    Mujib Ahmad Germany
    5 years ago
  • 6 years ago
    fazil rahmani United Kingdom
    6 years ago
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    tanaaz mohammad United States
    6 years ago
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    Heydar Germany
    6 years ago
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    Ammia Mina Kharot United States
    6 years ago
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    waheed warez Germany
    6 years ago
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    marzia tokhi Canada
    6 years ago
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    Florence Patang Netherlands
    6 years ago
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    safa marva Switzerland
    6 years ago
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    Ahmad Khan United Kingdom
    6 years ago
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    Hamid Haidarzai Netherlands
    6 years ago
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    Hamid Haidarzai Netherlands
    6 years ago
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    Farid Ali Canada
    7 years ago
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    azad hezara United Kingdom
    7 years ago
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