Namazi said he stopped eating because "U.S. presidents tend to rely more on their political thermometer than their moral ...
an American jailed in Iran is beginning a week-long hunger strike on Monday. Siamak Namazi, an Iranian American businessman, is pushing Iran and the U.S. to make a deal to free him. In a letter to ...
Siamak Namazi, an Iranian-American wrongfully detained in Iran, ended his week-long hunger strike Monday. Namazi launched the ...
Siamak Namazi's father, Baquer Namazi, who was a United Nations official at the time, was detained in Iran shortly after the U.S. swap during an attempt to visit his detained son. Both Siamak and ...
Siamak Namazi, 51, began the hunger strike on Jan. 16 to mark the seventh anniversary of a prisoner swap with Iran that freed ...
Siamak Namazi, who has been in custody of Iranian authorities since ... “In the past I implored you to reach for your moral compass and find the resolve to bring the US hostages in Iran home. To no ...
In February 2016, Namazi’s father Baquer was lured to Iran under the false premise that he would be able to see his son. He was instead immediately taken into custody at that time. Siamak and ...
Siamak Namazi, a U.S. citizen imprisoned in Iran since 2015, has embarked on a hunger strike to mark the seventh anniversary of being left behind in a deal that freed other Americans. In a letter ...
Don’t let President Biden leave us in this abyss of misery.” Namazi lost about 10 pounds and his blood pressure spiked above ...
Don't let President Biden leave us in this abyss of misery,” Siamak Namazi said in a letter penned from prison.