مصاحبه ها
Link to Interview  By SCOTT SHANE and MICHAEL R. GORDON Published: July 13, 2008 WASHINGTON — After three days on the run, Ahmad Batebi picked his way down a rocky slope to the stream that marked Iran’s border with Iraq. His Kurdish guides, who had led Mr. Batebi, an Iranian dissident, through minefields and dodged nighttime gunfire from border guards, passed him to a new team of shadowy human smugglers. A photograph of Mr. Batebi in 1999 holding a protester’s bloody shirt altered the course of his life.
مصاحبه احمد باطبی و محمد نوری زاد با برنامه آژانس از بخش فارسی تلویزیون نوروز در باره محکومیت محمد رضا رحیمی معاون اول محمود احمدی نژاد.
Ahmad Batebi tells Channel 4 News of torture in Iran and flight to the US By Lucy Manning Updated on 24 July 2008 Exclusive: an Iranian dissident jailed after a protest nearly 10 years ago tells Lucy Manning about escaping Tehran. Watch the report He became a symbol of resistance against the dictatorship in Iran when he was pictured on the cover of the Economist magazine.Now, nearly 10 years on, Ahmad Batebi has escaped from jail in Tehran and fled to the US, and filmed it on his mobile phone.In his first television interview, he's told Channel 4 News how he was tortured during his eight years in prison - and how he managed to get away. LIVE Video Link Send this article by email Print this article Share this article Send this article by email Recipient's email address Your name Share this article delicious Digg Facebook Google Newsvine reddit StumbleUpon Twitter Send this article by email Print this article Share