The Campaign to Stop Honor Killings extends its heartfelt congratulations to Narges Mohammadi on her well-deserved Nobel Peace Prize.
The Campaign to Stop Honor Killings extends its heartfelt congratulations to Narges Mohammadi for her well-deserved Nobel Peace Prize. This prestigious recognition, symbolizing the values of womanhood, life, and freedom, underscores the international community’s acknowledgment of the Iranian people’s unwavering pursuit of peace, human rights, freedom, and equality.
We take immense pride in Narges Mohammadi’s role as one of the inaugural members of our campaign, dedicated to forging a society free from discrimination and championing equality. She has consistently stood alongside the families of prisoners, mothers of plaintiffs, laborers, women’s rights activists, children, and students, demonstrating remarkable patience and courage. Her selfless dedication has never been driven by a thirst for power or personal gain, enduring the hardships of prison and torture while remaining separated from her wife and family. The sacrifices she has made, including the deprivation of witnessing her children grow, have not been in vain.
We hold steadfast hope for the release of all political prisoners and the abolition of executions. Our warmest congratulations go out to Narges Mohammadi, an indefatigable and unwavering advocate, as well as to the women of Iran, who share in the honor of this award.
Rezvan Moghadam Spokesperson for the Campaign Stop “Honor” Killings