Nobel Prize of World for Iranian activist Nargis Muhammmed was received by her children

At the Oslo City Hall in Norway, the Nobel Prize Ceremony took place.

Her laureate was the Iranian human rights activist Nargis Muhammmed. The activist was awarded the award “For the fight against oppressing women” and “For promoting human and freedom rights for everyone.”

Nargis Muhammedy is currently imprisoned in the Iranian prison, her children received a prize for her.

– Nargis Muhammmed stands out by his personality

On October 6, the Norwegian Nobel Committee announced that the award was awarded to Muhammed “for its struggle in defense of oppressed women” in Iran.

Nargis, distinguished by its activity in Iran, is known for its activities to protect human rights. Muhammed, convicted by the Iranian judicial system for crimes such as “actions against national security and propaganda against the regime”, was imprisoned in November 2021 after present at the ceremony of the demonstration of the demonstration that died during the protests that broke out throughout the country in 2019 year due to increase in gas prices.

Since then, an activist who has been in prison Evin, where she is contained to this day, made statements about supporting protests that began in September 2022 after the death of a young girl named Mahs Amini, detained by the police.

On the other hand, the Iranian authorities consider anti -government protests that flare up from time to time in recent years, “conspiracies of enemies.” The Iranian leader of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei in his statement of October 3, 2022 regarding the protests of Mahsa Emini, which began in 2022 and were called the longest protests in the country, said: “I clearly declare that these events were planned by the United States, the Zionist regime and the Zionist regime and their supporters “.