The mother of Navid Afkari , the star of the fight carried out by the Iranian government , says his family still has no peace for over a year since his son's death. In a rare interview with Don Riddell , Bahieh Namjoo says she is aware of the dangers that come with speaking out against the Iranian government, but insists she is determined to uphold her son's legacy and help her other two sons out. prison. My motivation [for speaking out] is for my two sons who are now imprisoned in prison.I have been in Adel Abad prison for a year, she said via video call from Iran, on the eve of the first anniversary of Navid's death. The situation has taken over our lives. We are emotionally and mentally exhausted. We have no peace. Neither of us. My daughter, myself, my children [...] my two other children. We don 't have no peace. I mean our days and nights have become dark nights. You understand? We are not living at all. Read more In September On December 12, 2020, Navid Afkari was hanged for a crime that his family, friends and human rights activists say they did not commit. According to the official version of events, he killed Hassan Torkman, a water company security employee, during a demonstration in Shiraz on August 2, 2018. His relatives admit that he attended the demonstration, claiming that iHe was concerned about discrimination against women and the poor. But his supporters say his trial was devoid of any convincing evidence against him. Afkari and his brother Vahid were arrested a month and a half later on the 17th September according to the UN, and another brother, Habib, was arrested later that year. The two Afkari brothers were found guilty of charges related to events at the protests, and Vahid was deemed to have been incidental to the murder according to Amnesty . Navid was sentenced to death while Vahid and Habib were sentenced to prison terms of over 33 and 15 years respectively. All were to be punished with 74 lashes each, according to Amnesty. READ: Iranian woman fears punishment for not wearing a foulard 'appropriate ' Navid Afkari (bottom left), seated with his brother Vahid (top left), brother Saeid (bottom center), brotherHabib (bottom right), father (top center) and mother (top right) .But after her youngest son has been executed and she two more Her sons are imprisoned in what she calls the 'solitary confinement, Namjoo wants to act. Many human rights groups have pleaded for better treatment of Iranians, but Namjoo says the written statements alone will not save his family. So many authorities in the Human rights and organizations made so many statements saying that my children had committed no crime and nothing happened, it had no effect, she says. They did. killed my baby, innocent, they took his youth and killed him without telling us anything, without even knowing anything. Is there anyone who can help me and help me? Is there someone who will hear my voice? Will someone save my children? My son 's wife Habib for three years has been waiting for him - is there anyone who can save him? is there anyone in this world who will hear my voice? or will all is that just talking?