I choose to recognize the greatness in this and not remain skeptical of his insincerity. There is no insincerity in the fact Mrs. Sotoudeh is with her family today. That is a wonderful gesture and much appreciated. I do believe the children have a smile on their faces along with a husband elated to have his wife at home.
There is no doubt Mrs. Sotoudeh sees much work before her, but, at least now she can conduct her work and not simply hope to do it. She can be grateful for at least that. She doesn't see the sincerity in her freedom?
Sotoudeh poses with her husband Reza Khandan, son Nima and daughter Mehraveh at her house in Tehran yesterday after being freed.
Human rights lawyer (click here) Nasrin Sotoudeh, seen by campaign groups as Iran’s highest profile political prisoner, was freed yesterday, in another sign that hardline policies may be easing under a new president.
Other prisoners linked to the mass protests after the disputed 2009 re-election of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad were also freed, opposition website Kaleme reported, raising hopes among activists for a possible reconciliation between Iran’s conservative religious leadership and its pro-reform critics....