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Protest Facebook’s disabling of Mina Ahadi and Maryam Namazie’s accounts

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UPDATE: 21 September 2010: Facebook reinstated both accounts. Thanks to everyone who protested their action and got us back in!

Protest Facebook’s disabling of Mina Ahadi and Maryam Namazi’s accounts

Since Monday 14 September, Mina Ahadi and Maryam Namazie’s Facebook accounts have been disabled. This attack on the campaign to save Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani must receive a firm response by supporters of the campaign. Please write to Facebook asking them to immediately reinstate their accounts.

ICAS’ Abbas Goya has started a campaign on Facebook itself.

His protest email below, which gives email addresses you can use, says:


Subject: Strongest Objection: FB appears fallen into Islamic Republic Terror attempt

To Whom It May Concern

This is to notify Facebook about my strongest objection for disabling two Iranian renown Human Rights activists’ accounts almost simultaneously.

I personally believe that Islamic Republic agents have something to do with it and Facebook appears to have fallen into their trap.

Please reinstate their accounts IMMEDIATELY.

A thorough, detailed note is posted and shared on his Facebook wall.

Thank you for any support on this.

2 Comments for “Protest Facebook’s disabling of Mina Ahadi and Maryam Namazie’s accounts”

  1. alien

    shame on Facebook

  2. billy nlan

    This is disgusting what face book as done

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