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Topic - Hajar Rostami
"She went out to protest and was killed by their [government] forces. There is no other story," said Ms. Rostami in rare public comments to the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran, which has offices in New York and Washington.
Hajar Rostami denounced Iranian authorities for supporting claims that her daughter, Neda Agha Soltan, was part of a plot to discredit the Islamic state and not a victim of harsh security crackdowns in the aftermath of last year's disputed presidential election.