Taghi Ramahi, husband of Narges Mohammadi, a jailed Iranian women's rights advocate, who won the 2023 Nobel Peace Prize, poses with an undated photo of himself and his wife, during an interview at his home in Paris, France, October 6, 2023. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann

 – Iranian Nobel Peace Prize winner Narges Mohammadi said in a statement to the New York Times on Friday that global support and recognition of her human rights advocacy makes her “more resolved, more responsible, more passionate and more hopeful”, according to a posting on the X platform.

“I also hope this recognition makes Iranians protesting for change stronger and more organized. Victory is near,” said Mohammadi, a leading human rights activist.

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(Reporting by Dubai newsroomEditing by Christina Fincher)

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