16 March 2007
Peter Tatchell interviews Maryam Namazie – Iranian broadcaster, humanist, feminist and communist – on the value of solidarity with the Iranian people’s struggle for democracy, socialism and human rights.
Over the last year, Iran has seen rising levels of resistance to President Ahmadinejad’s repressive regime. Strikes by bus workers and teachers, women’s rights demonstrations, student occupations and protests by Iran ‘s suppressed national minorities, especially the Kurds, Baluchis and Ahwazi Arabs.
Rejecting the neo-con agenda of US invasion or a preemptive strike against Tehran, human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell asks: What are the prospects for regime change from within – by and for the Iranian people?
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