Uniting for Freedom, Democracy & Equality​

Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Post Type Selectors
Filter by Categories
1988 Massacre
Activities
Activities Outside Iran
Annual Grand Gathering
Articles
Coronavirus
Death Commissions
Economic
Free Iran 2020 Global Summit
Free Iran 2021
Free Iran 2022
Free Iran 2023
Free Iran 2024
Free Iran World Summit
Free Iran World Summit 2023
Grand Gathering 2016
Grand Gathering 2017
Grand Gathering 2017- Videos
Grand Gathering 2018
Grand Gathering 2018- Videos
Grand Gathering 2019
Grand Gathering 2020
Human Rights
International Supports
Iran Protests
Iran Revolution
Iranian Assemblies
Iranian Resistance
Maryam Rajavi
Media Gallery
National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI)
News
Opinion
Partial list of speakers & dignitaries at the 2018 Free Iran Gathering
People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran(PMOI/MEK)
Quotes
Reports
Resistance Activities Inside Iran
Socio - Economic Crisis
The Free Iran World Summit 2019
The Free Iran World Summit 2021
Videos
Women

Iranian Political Prisoner Maryam Akbari Monfared Supports Popular Protests: “Tomorrow Is Ours”

It is reported that Iranian political prisoner Maryam Akbari Monfared, imprisoned in Semnan Prison, in a message titled “Tomorrow is ours,” expressed her support and that of her cellmates in Semnan Prison for the nationwide protests in Iran that began last week over rising prices of essential goods.

The full text of the message of political prisoner Maryam Akbari Monfared, published on 13 May 2022, is as follows:

We have been killed for water and bread for years; From “Kolbar” (cross-border porters in Kurdistan province) to “Sookhtbar” (Fuel porters in Baluchistan province) and now the whole of Iran, even in a rich country like Iran whose land and air are being plundered.

This is the voice of all of us that has risen from Izeh, Shadegan, and Ahvaz and will soon cover the entire of Iran.

These oppressed women and I are imprisoned in Semnan prison. Our food, often bread and cheese, has been reduced due to the skyrocketing prices, but we feel bitter for our people.

However, we were happy and encouraged to hear the cry of our compatriots in Izeh and the cities of the south.

People who, although not a piece of bread is left on their table, have dignity and honor engraved in their chests and have risen again from the blood of their loved ones.

I also find myself next to you from inside Semnan prison, hand in hand with these oppressed women and all of you who have no more bread or water; I shout loudly:

Through the sufferings, we, the hungry, without a smile, a smile returns to our lips.

Tomorrow is ours!

https://youtu.be/DjPiDV9TkHs

Recent Posts