Monday, July 25, 2016

LEADING OFFICIALS OF IRANIAN REGIME ADMIT THE MASSACRE OF MEK MEMBERS


1988 Massacre in Iran

Iranian regime massacred over 30,000 political prisoners in summer of 1988, and kept silent about this atrocity for three decades. Most of the victims were members and supports of the main opposition group the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK). This year in the presidential election as conservative cleric Ebrahim Raisie, one of the perpetrators of the massacre, was selected as one of the main candidates, the issue surfaced, forcing regime officials, one after another, to confess about the carnage.
Last week in an unprecedented interview, Ali Fallahian, the former Iranian intelligence Minister, revealed the mindset behind the mass execution of summer of 1988. Ali Fallahian, who was called as “the most feared mullah in Iran” by the News Week is wanted by Interpol for his involvement in the AMIA bombing that killed 85 people on July 18, 1994 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Political Prisoner Writes a Letter Addressing Iranian Regime's Official's Confessions on Massacre of PMOI  Members

NCRI - Pointing to remarks made by Iranian regime’s former Intelligence Minister ‘Ali Fallahian’, who confessed in a recent TV interview to parts of regime’s crimes during the ‘80s including the 1988 massacre, political prisoner ‘Ali Moezzi’ has penned a letter titled ‘inevitable confessions of an executioner’ to Iranian people, saying:
“As pointed out in Fallahian’s interview and also previously stated by Ahmad Khomeini, anyone who supported PMOI in the ‘80s, including minors, adults, teenagers, pregnant women, and those who used to read PMOI papers or even buy them bread, was subject to execution. The fact is, however, that even before there was any speaking of PMOI safe houses or anyone buying them bread, regime had declared war against them, by attacking PMOI’s offices and their gatherings while chanting ‘no party but Hezbollah, no leader but Rouhollah (Khomeini)’.
Those who massacred MEK members should be rewarded, senior Iranian official says

Ahmad Khatami, a member of Iran’s Assembly of Experts Board of Chairs, used the Tehran Friday prayer to express his anger over the ever increasing scope of the 1988 massacre justice movement, and actually called for those involved in the atrocity of executing over 30,000 political prisoners to be awarded medals. 
“Then we see some people, in their websites, change the place of martyrs and murders. It was a divine move by [Iranian regime founder Ruhollah Khomeini] to force the [MEK] out of the country. All those who acted based on these orders, they should be rewarded with medals…

Massacre of Over 30,000 Innocent Political Prisoners in 1988 Haunts Iran Regime
Unveiling the secrets of Iran’s 1988 massacre

By Heshmat AlaviAl Arabiya, 22 July 2017 - Ali Fallahian, Iran’s intelligence minister during the tenure of Rafsanjani’s presidency back in the early 90s, is a name most notoriously known for his role in a series of chain murders across the country that saw the elimination of many dissidents.
Fallahian has recently been heard making shocking revelations in reference to mass executions, especially targeting members and supporter of the Iranian opposition People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).
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Shocking Confessions of, Former Mullahs' Regime Minister of Intelligence Regarding the 1988 Massacre of political prisoners in Iran
• The Trial of the Opposition Makes No Sense, and the Verdict for (PMOI/MEK) and Opposition Groups Is Execution, According to Khomeini's Expl
 • The ruling of the massacre of imprisoned MEK members and sympathizers was previously issued by Khomeini in 1988
• Under the cover of correspondent and businessman, Intelligence agents are acting inside and outside Iran

"Regarding MEK and all the militant groups, the ruling is the death sentence ... Imam (Khomeini) has said this ... their verdict is death sentence ... Ali Fallahian, regime’s former intelligence minister, said in an interview with Aparat Internet TV and continued:
Mr. Mousavi (Tabrizi) who was the Revolution’s general prosecutor used to say that there is no need for trial at all ... it makes no sense that we try them ... Imam repeatedly insisted that you should be careful not to let them go... Imam continuously stressed that you should always be cautious of this matter ... Their ruling is always execution. This was his (Khomeini’s) verdict as the supreme leader, both before and after this event of 1988 (massacre of political prisoners).”
Fallahian's remarks are made while the new revelations regarding the massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in the summer of 1988 and the ensued Justice-Seeking movement concerning this carnage have appeared as a mounting problem for the entire regime of the mullahs in recent months.
Expressing his warning against the progression of the Justice-Seeking movement, Ali Khamenei, the leader of the regime, personally entered the scene on June 4, and stated, "... those who are contemplating and judging about the 80s, must be aware not to replace victim with the hangman.”
Fallahian further responded to a question about the victims of the massacres of 1988 who were serving their sentences by saying: " First, you should bear in mind that their (MEK’s) ruling was death punishment; and if the religious judge did not sentence them to death, his ruling has been illegal ... so all of us should acknowledge that the verdict for a Monafeq [the term used by the regime to call a MEK member or sympathizer] is death sentence, this was both Imam’s fatwa and his verdict... there was a discussion about those who were supposed to be executed, but the executions did not carry out, and those who were to be executed but didn’t get a verdict. ‘Nonetheless’ why they were kept alive against Imam’s (Khomeini) will? »
This criminal also acknowledged that many of the detainees were executed solely for the purpose of distributing newspaper or providing supplies and food for the supporters of the Resistance and stated: "When someone is a member of a military group, and that group is fighting with us, regardless of whether that person is armed or not, he is one of them (and should be executed).”
Fallahian, with a disgusting mockery, revealed that many of the intelligence ministry's agents are acting under the cover of journalist and stated: " For information gathering both inside and outside the country the Ministry of Intelligence needs coverage,for instance, we do not dispatch an intelligence officer, let’s say to Germany, the United States or Russia, and there he would say “ well, I am from the Ministry of Intelligence, please provide me your information. (They would do it) under the cover of business or media jobs. Many journalists are the intelligence agents ... A journalist is not paid well, so he needs to work with an intelligence service. "
Ali Fallahian is a criminal who used to work as the head of the Ministry of Intelligence for the entire eight years of the Rafsanjani presidency (1989-1997), and, in addition to conducting chain murders and killing many Iranian opponents and intellectuals, he is under international prosecution due to his direct role in assassinations outside the country.
Fallahian was placed under prosecution by the German court for direct involvement in the killing of leaders of the Kurdistan Democratic Party of Iran at the Mykonos restaurant in Berlin (September 1992), and an international arrest warrant was issued to him. In 2007, Interpol placed Fallahian on the list of the most wanted internationally due to his role in the bombing of the Jewish Center in Buenos Aires, which killed 85 people.
Jacques Antenen, the Swiss investigating judge issued an arrest warrant for him on 20 March 2006 for his plotting and direct involvement in the assassination of Dr. Kazem Rajavi, representative of the Iranian Resistance in Geneva, who was assassinated on 24 April 1990, in the outskirts of Geneva by the mullahs' regime.


Iran's Desperate Deed Against, Increasing Popularity of MEK

Iran Focus-London, 27 Jun - What happened 29 years ago in Iran, and why after all these years, we are witnessing a crisis and a rising conflict among rival factions in the ruling class over that in Iran?
Throughout the summer of 1988 in Iran, some 30,000 political prisoners, the bulk of whom were MEK members or sympathizers, were executed. This year marks the 29th anniversary of that horrible Crime Against Humanity.
Last summer, an audio tape was revealed by the son of Hossein-Ali Montazeri. On August 9, 2016, the recording was heard for the first time, and thereon Khomeini’s former heir can be heard telling a gathering of members of the “Death Committee” that they're winding up a crime against humanity, 28 years ago, on august 15, 1988. Wrote M. Hakamian in INU on June 24, 2017 and the following are excerpts of the article.
The tape sent shockwaves through Iran, as it adds new knowledge of the breadth and scope of the massacre and confirms that it involved the highest levels of leadership. For more than two decades silence has been imposed in regards to the massacre because, you see, Iranian leaders who held positions of power at that time, members of the notorious Death Commission, are still in leadership positions today.
They have never faced justice for committing this horrific crime against humanity.

Iranian Regime Terrified of Widespread Social Welcoming of Iranian Resistance Justice Movement

Repressive measures increasing in Tehran & various provincesTwo weeks after failing to engineer Iran’s farce presidential election, Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei is terrified of the two slogans, “No to murderer, no to demagogue, and “My vote is regime change,” and the subject of seeking justice for the 1988 massacre victims.“Those who judge the 1980s are changing the place of martyrs and murderers,” he said on June 4. Following these remarks the mullahs’ regime has resorted to repressive measures to quell social unrests, and campaigned its media to repeat Khamenei’s remarks along with a wave of repulsive remarks against the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).READ MORE

International Women's Human Rights Association

U.N. Human Rights Sessions, Accountability of Perpetrators of 1988 Massacre of 30,000 Political Prisoners in Iran

NCRI - During the thirty-fifth session of the Human Rights Council at the European headquarters of the United Nations in Geneva, which is already underway, the association of international women representative for human rights, speaking at the meeting, counting increasing cases of executions and human rights violations in Iran, called for a comprehensive investigation of the UN’s scrutiny of the perpetrators of the massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in 1988.
The international women association representative for human rights reckoning criminal executions in Iran, especially, for those who at the alleged crime time were under the age of 18, and also, highlighting the flogging of 20 people in the public for breaking fasting in the month of Ramadan by Iranian regime stated that: It is essential to hold accountable those, who exploited their power for the execution of thousands of political opponents. And further asked for revoking the immunity privileges of the regime officials who have escaped punishment.

Slaughter of political prisoners in 1988

Al Arabiya, 9 June 2017-By Tony Duheaume
ince the early days of the Islamic Revolution, Iran’s prisons and legal systems have been frequently used by the regime as a method to eradicate all its outspoken political opponents, as well as to instil terror into the population.
At the time of the 1988 massacre, many of those being hung, had been held in custody for several years, suffering under a horrific regime of torture and abuse… 
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THE U.S. RESOLUTION 188 PASSED TO CONDEMN THE 1988 MASSACRE OF POLITICAL PRISONERS IN IRAN


US Congress Resolution Condemns Iran Atrocities and Calls for Actions

By: Dr. Majid Rafizadeh 
Huffington post , Jun 9, 2017-

 A resolution was recently introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives, condemning an atrocity that most Americans, and indeed most westerners, have never heard of: the 1988 killings of approximately 30,000 political prisoners in Iran.
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Conference in Italy Welcomes Resolution in Support of Iranian Opposition
Following the adoption of a resolution condemning the 1988 massacre of political prisoners in Iran by the Piemonte provincial council, the city of Kivasu held a session with the mayor taking part.Officials from the municipality and the Amnesty International representative in Piemonte participated in this conference.“There is no doubt the crimes committed by the religious dictatorship in Iran, leaving so many lives lost, will not go unanswered,” Mayor Libero Chuferdo said in his speed while welcoming the resolution.
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London Gathering in Solidarity With Families of 1988 Massacre Victims in Iran Thursday, 06 April 2017 NCRI -
A street rally was held in London’s Trafelgar Square in solidarity with the families of Iran’s 1988 massacre victims. This gathering included an exhibition of mass graves and images of the martyrs of the 1988 massacre, during which more than 30,000 were sent to the gallows by the Iranian regime.Read more

Geneva – UN European HQ: Condemning Executions in Iran

call to hold perpetrators of 1988 massacre accountable
Speakers at a conference held in the United Nations European Headquarters in Geneva by the international Radical Party condemned widespread human rights violations and increasing executions in Iran, and discussed the 1988 massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in Iran.

Repression of those seeking truth and justice for 1980s killings needs to stop

Amnesty International, March 8, 2017 - The Iranian authorities should stop the harassment, intimidation and prosecution of human rights defenders seeking truth and justice on behalf of individuals who were summarily executed or forcibly disappeared during the 1980s and their families, said 20 human rights groups.
Over the past few months, several human rights defenders, including Mansoureh Behkish, Maryam Akbari-Monfared and Raheleh Rahemipour, have been subjected to harassment, reprisals or prosecution on vague national security-related charges for their peaceful efforts to learn the fate and whereabouts of their loved ones. The persecution signals renewed efforts by the authorities to suppress the struggle that has been ongoing for over three decades to reveal the truth about the gross human rights violations that were perpetrated by the Iranian authorities during the 1980s, including the extrajudicial executions of several thousands in 1988 and their burial in unmarked mass graves.

New document reveals execution of 13-year-old girls


THE IRANIAN REGIME LEADERSHIP HAS BLOOD ON ITS HANDS


1988Massacare
William Bourdon, the NCRI’s French lawyer
MARYAM RAJAVI: IRANIAN REGIME'S LEADERS MUST BE PROSECUTED FOR THE 1988 MASSACRE-SPEECH AT THE SEMINAR OF IRANIAN COMMUNITIES IN EUROPE- SEPTEMBER 3, 2016
MARYAM RAJAVI: IRANIAN REGIME'S LEADERS MUST BE PROSECUTED FOR THE 1988 MASSACRE-SPEECH AT THE SEMINAR OF IRANIAN COMMUNITIES IN EUROPE- SEPTEMBER 3, 2016
MARYAM RAJAVI: IRANIAN REGIME'S LEADERS MUST BE PROSECUTED FOR THE 1988 MASSACRE-SPEECH AT THE SEMINAR OF IRANIAN COMMUNITIES IN EUROPE- SEPTEMBER 3, 2016
MARYAM RAJAVI: IRANIAN REGIME'S LEADERS MUST BE PROSECUTED FOR THE 1988 MASSACRE-SPEECH AT THE SEMINAR OF IRANIAN COMMUNITIES IN EUROPE- SEPTEMBER 3, 2016
Maryam Rajavi calls for formation of a movement to obtain justice for victims of 1988 massacre

MARYAM RAJAVI'S MESSAGE TO IRANIANS' DEMONSTRATION IN GERMANY- MOVEMENT TO OBTAIN JUSTICE FOR VICTIMS OF 1988 MASSACRE- SEPTEMBER 3, 2016

POLITICO: France’s Bernard Kouchner urges probe of Iran’s 1988 massacre

Former French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner
MARYAM RAJAVI'S MESSAGE TO IRANIANS' DEMONSTRATION IN GERMANY- MOVEMENT TO OBTAIN JUSTICE FOR VICTIMS OF 1988 MASSACRE- SEPTEMBER 3, 2016
MARYAM RAJAVI'S MESSAGE TO IRANIANS' DEMONSTRATION IN GERMANY- MOVEMENT TO OBTAIN JUSTICE FOR VICTIMS OF 1988 MASSACRE- SEPTEMBER 3, 2016 MARYAM RAJAVI'S MESSAGE TO IRANIANS' DEMONSTRATION IN GERMANY- MOVEMENT TO OBTAIN JUSTICE FOR VICTIMS OF 1988 MASSACRE- SEPTEMBER 3, 2016

MARYAM RAJAVI: THE MOVEMENT TO OBTAIN JUSTICE FOR THE VICTIMS OF THE 1988 MASSACRE IS PART OF THE NATIONAL MOVEMENT FOR IRAN'S FREEDOM

Regime's leaders confess to their participation and agreement with the 1988 massacre and their fear of distortion of Khomeini's image and added credibility for the Mojahedin in Iran

MARYAM RAJAVI: THE MOVEMENT TO OBTAIN JUSTICE FOR THE VICTIMS OF THE 1988 MASSACRE IS PART OF THE NATIONAL MOVEMENT FOR IRAN'S FREEDOM
Maryam Rajavi calls for formation of a movement to obtain justice for victims of 1988 massacre
Maryam Rajavi calls for formation of a movement to obtain justice for victims of 1988 massacre
Maryam Rajavi calls for formation of a movement to obtain justice for victims of 1988 massacre
Maryam Rajavi calls for formation of a movement to obtain justice for victims of 1988 massacre
Maryam Rajavi calls for formation of a movement to obtain justice for victims of 1988 massacre

Mayor Dirk Claes : Human Rights in Iran cannot be compromised for Trade and Big Economic Contracts

On Friday- 21 October 2016 Mr Dirk Claes mayor of Rotselaar city in Netherland presided over a meeting of Belgian Committee of Parliamentarians and Mayors for a Democratic Iran, following is the text of the speech.
conference on Canada's role to get justice over Iran's 1988 massacre
conference on Canada's role to get justice over Iran's 1988 massacre
conference on Canada's role to get justice over Iran's 1988 massacre
conference on Canada's role to get justice over Iran's 1988 massacre




Call on int’l organizations to guarantee security of Ahmad Montazeri, prevent his imprisonment

Those who met their appointment with FREEDOM
On the anniversary of the 1988 massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in IranThe 1988 massacre of over 30,000 political prisoners in Iranhas been described as the worst crime against humanity since World War II. [1]28 years after this genocide, the Iranian regime still refuses to acknowledge the executions, or provide any information as to how many prisoners were killed.                                    Read more

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Mullah Pour-Mohammadi,


Khavaran
‎MaryamRajavi ‬paying homage to those who sacrificed their lives for freedom in Iran
‎MaryamRajavi ‬paying homage to those who sacrificed their lives for freedom in Iran
‎MaryamRajavi ‬paying homage to those who sacrificed their lives for freedom in Iran

1988 Massacre Photo Exhibition Capitol Hill, Washington, DC




Damona Ta'avoni:

Damona Ta'avoni: The only prisoner who didn't have a blindfold was me!

The summer of 1988 is truly the darkest times in modern Iranian history. Some 30,000 political prisoners were executed under the direct and written order or Fatwa of Ayatollah Khomeini. The massacre is described as a political purge without precedent in modern Iranian history, both in terms of scope and cover up. Many of the prisoners were serving their prison terms and many were near the end of their sentences and were supposed to be freed. The massacre of political prisoners lasted a few weeks and their lifeless bodies were left inside unmarked mass graves in different cities and towns.
The majority of the victims belonged to the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran or PMOI. Number of individuals who belonged to lefties and other groups were also executed. The PMOI exposed this political genocide for the first time in the same year just a few months after the massacre.
Every year the Iranian dissidents around the world commemorate those brave souls for they were taken from somebody's parents, sister, brother, son and daughter, aunt, uncle, classmate, colleague or teacher....
The wave of massacre of political prisoners began in late July and continued unabated for a few months.
Anniversary of Khomeini’s fatwa which led to 1988 massacre in Iran
By the time it stopped in Fall, some 30,000 political prisoners, overwhelming majority of them activists of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) were slaughtered.
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On the 27th anniversary of the massacre of 30,000 political prisoners,Maryam Rajavi pays tribute to the martyrs of the 1988 massacre of political prisoners in Iran
Text of the speech
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Maryam Rajavi’s message to the Berlin gathering Commemorating victims of the 1988 massacre
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