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(PRWeb) January 7, 2007 -- Nazanin, the international music sensation who quickly rose through the ranks of the world celebrity scene after being named runner-up for Miss World, is once again looking to capture the attention of the global community. This time, however, the former Miss Canada seeks support from the international community in her campaign to save the life of her 18-year-old Iranian namesake.

Nazanin Mahabad Fatehi was sentenced to death for murder by a court in Iran after she stabbed one of three men who attempted to rape her and her 16-year-old niece in a park in Karaj, a suburb of Tehran, in March 2005. She was 17 at the time. On June 1, 2006, the Head of Judiciary, Ayatollah Shahroudi, announced a stay of execution and the call for a retrial. Nazanin Fatehi's retrial will take place January 10, 2007 (20th of Day 1385 in the Iranian calendar).

To raise the level of awareness, the former beauty queen is now hosting a riveting documentary, produced and funded by media mogul Calvin Ayre and his charitable organization, the Calvin Ayre Foundation. The Tale of Two Nazanins, which can be viewed on Bodog.TV and CalvinAyreFoundation.com, highlights short and candid interviews with politicians and human rights experts, and captures emotional footage of Nazanin Fatehi speaking to her sister and mother by phone from prison. Other footage includes a re-enactment of the attack and narration by Nazanin Afshin-Jam as she takes the audience through the emotional episode.

Bodog Music singer and songwriter Nazanin Afshin-Jam has been waging an international campaign to raise awareness about this human rights case. She has created a petition that now has over 230,000 signatories from around the world, as well as spoken to political leaders and international organizations and institutions, such as Amnesty International and the United Nations.

"We have a lot of momentum, but we're running out of time," said Afshin-Jam, who dedicated "Someday," a song on her upcoming album, to Fatehi, as well as broke the UK's Dance/Pop charts in 2006 with "I Dance 4 U". "I really believe we can save Nazanin's life - but only with the support of the international community."

"This is an incredibly unfortunate situation that has far-reaching implications," Bodog.com Entertainment Founder Calvin Ayre said. "Our hope with this documentary is to shed light on the plight of this young girl and others who share a similar fate. We encourage Nazanin Afshin-Jam to continue her effort to raise the level of awareness about this case and will do what we can to support her in every way possible."

To find out more information about the case of Nazanin Mahabad Fatehi, see: http://www.helpnazanin.com/. To view the documentary visit: http://www.bodogtv.com.

About Bodog

www.bodog.com, with its head office located in the Caribbean nation of Antigua, is licensed in the United Kingdom and Kahnawake, Canada. Bodog.com Entertainment Founder Calvin Ayre, recognized as a world authority on branding in digital entertainment, was featured on the cover of Forbes magazine's recent best-selling "Billionaires" issue. Bodog.com also has a thriving online community, which includes history-making World Series of Poker Main Event champion Jamie Gold (www.bodog.com/poker). Bodog.com Entertainment offers a host of entertainment services, including: online gaming (Bodog.com); an international record label (Bodog Music.com); a million-dollar band search competition (BodogBattleoftheBands.com); a publishing division (with an online magazine, BodogNation.com, and blog, BodogBeat.com); an events department renowned for producing parties that are stunning, chic and celebrity-filled; and an international television production division, which produces reality television series, such as BodogFight (BodogFight.com) and Calvin Ayre Wild Card Poker (CalvinAyre.com). For more information, contact Media Relations at 1-866-892-3371. BODOG is a registered trademark of Bodog.com Entertainment Group.

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