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In his final Note From Prison, Mojtaba talks us through his transfer to the public prison, what life was like there, and his journey since.
In his penultimate Note From Prison, Mojtaba recalls the moment he was unexpectedly joined in his solitary cell by another prisoner of conscience.
After living for three years in constant anticipation of re-arrest, Mojtaba recalls the moment his worst fears finally came to pass.
Mojtaba explains what it is like to live in the constant expectation of re-arrest.
Mojtaba recounts his year-long trial.
Mojtaba talks us through his emotions in the moments and days after his release on bail.
Mojtaba recalls his first moments in prison, including being ordered not to tell anyone there that his “crime” was being a Christian.
Mojtaba describes the moment, after three weeks in solitary confinement, that he was brought before a judge.
Mojtaba describes some of the dreams and visions he had during his more than three years in detention.
Mojtaba explains the desperation and loneliness of solitary confinement.