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If the UN is to retain its credibility they must take this (Iran1988 Massacre) up at the Human Rights Council in Geneva
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The 1988 massacre in Iran
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Almost 30 years past this horrible crime against humanity, Khavaran where many of the victims were buried in mass graves remains under tight control of security forces. However, many families and human rights activists risk their own security to continue their annual tribute to Iran’s best children who gave their lives for freedom.
Ms. Behkish wrote, “On July 22, 2016, we spent an hour in Khavaran laying new flowers on their graves and commemorating them. Then we sang the Khavaran anthem
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.
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
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