On December 4, 2014, a ceremony was held marking the 40th day following the execution of Reyhaneh Jabbari, a young woman who was hanged on October 25, 2014 by the misogynist mullahs’ regime for defending herself against rape.
To avoid the harassment by the regime’s agents, the ceremony was held in the parking lot of their home which was beautifully decorated by Reyhaneh’s friends.
Reyhaneh’s mother. Sholeh Pakravan writes, “There I renewed my oath with Reyhaneh. From now on, it is me against Reyhaneh’s enemies. I am a soldier who is preparing her pen instead of a sword. Whoever doesn’t like it, should never get in my way… I have been showered with gifts about Reyhaneh. The scarf I am wearing is the work of an artist who has printed Reyhaneh’s signature on it.”