by Stoyan Zaimov
The American Center for Law and Justice has also shared a letter that was sent to the Permanent Mission of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the United Nations, in which Naghmeh pleads to meet with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani when he travels to New York City later in September.
"… For the last three years, our family has greatly suffered in the absence of my husband and my children's father. Saeed is currently being held in Rajaei Shahr prison in Gohardasht. Saeed is not a criminal. Saeed is not a threat to Iran or the stability of its government," Naghmeh wrote in her letter.
"Saeed is a husband and a father. Saeed is suffering from internal injuries incurred during his time in prison that Iranian doctors have indicated need surgery and hospitalization, but which he has not yet received."