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Topic - Hajar Rostami
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.
"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.