'I've seen death. But Neda's innocence, the injustice of her death, and her gaze before she passed away means I can never heal.' - Macleans.ca
 

‘I’ve seen death. But Neda’s innocence, the injustice of her death, and her gaze before she passed away means I can never heal.’


 

The Iranian doctor who tried to save Neda Soltan’s life after she was shot by Iranian government goons last summer, speaks from exile in Britain.

Pro-government stooges in Tehran, meanwhile, smear his name and demand his extradition.


 

‘I’ve seen death. But Neda’s innocence, the injustice of her death, and her gaze before she passed away means I can never heal.’

  1. Men like this are an inspiration to the rest of us.
    Kudos to Petrou for keeping the story alive.