Amir Nasr-Azadani sentenced to death in Iran for defending women's rights

Football world unites to stop Amir's Nasr-Azadani death sentence  in Iran


Iranian professional footballer Amir Nasr Azadani has been sentenced to death in his native Iran after being accused of campaigning for rights and Women's fundamental freedoms.

It would not be the only extremist act in the country, and with athletes, because it makes a few weeks the fighter Majid Reza Rahnavard was just 23 years old and was sentenced to death for the same reason as the footballer, only his execution was pronounced. and was publicly hanged.

After the harsh news broke, Amir Nasr's name became topical on social networks in recent days and several organizations have been They positioned themselves asking FIFA to intervene in the matter.

Radamel Falcao, Colombian footballer, expressed his position in his account of Twitter after the player's sentence was announced with a message of support on Twitter.

The footballer was born on February 7, 1996 in Isfahan, he is 26 years old. He made his Iran Pro-League debut for Rah Ahan's team in the season 2015-2016. He played for Tractor from 2016 to 2018 and then played for Gol Reyhan Alborz until 2019 in the Azadegan League. He currently plays for Iranjavan Bushehr, as a defender.

The Iran national football team, during its participation in the World Cup Qatar, protesting the events in the country, decided not to sing the Anthem on his debut.

Even the European Union has spoken out against these executions. and human rights violations with economic sanctions against the Iranian dictatorship, which will not stop until it ceases.

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