Report The Iranian assassinations in Iraq reopen the file of the massacre of intellectuals in the era of Khomeini
5,000 intellectuals killed by the terrorist "Khomeini" by one decision in 1989
The Iranian killing teams in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] consisting of its militias assassinated al-Ali and Al-Hadad and has lists of the liquidation of
human rights students and politicians, to reopen the file of massacres of the Iranian regime again after the Iranian death squad scandal erupted in Iraq, which Tehran prepared to assassinate its opponents. She was said to be responsible for the killing of Suad al-Ali, an activist in Basra and Shuki Haddad, a political close to Muqtada al-Sadr.
Rights activists said the Iranian regime is a despicable regime, a murderer, a tyrant who has killed his people before he makes death squads in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and outside Iran.
He called on lawyers to open the file of the [url=https://www.thebaghdadpost.com/ar/Story/t/108113/%D9%85%D8%AC%D8%B2%D8%B1%D8%A9 %D8%A7%D9%84%D9%85%D8%AB%D9%82%D9%81%D9%8A%D9%86]massacre of intellectuals[/url] at the widest door to condemn the leaders of the Iranian regime and put them in prison and tried for their criminal acts.
According to a fatwa issued by Khomeini, in August and September 1988, the Iranian authorities executed and hid thousands of political prisoners in an extermination operation that is the largest in the history of the Iranian regime, which did not take more than 10 years to come to power. To this day, the issue of this case remains open pending an international trial of the regime, the first to take over the power of the doors of its prisons for the "comrades" of the revolution and the opponents. Mothers' wounds are still open as they look to see where their children are and where they are buried. Amnesty International is leading a campaign to open graves for hidden facts and reveal its blood-soaked secrets.
The story dates back to late July 1988, according to a full report published by Al-Arab newspaper, when thousands of political opponents in Iran's prisons were forcibly disappeared. Most were young men and women, some of whom barely reached adolescence. They were imprisoned for their political views and attitudes towards the regime, which turned against the principles of the revolution against the Shah, and at that time cast the young people of Iran in the war against Iraq (1980-1988).
Suppression and violation
These crimes and abuses were committed in a broader context in which the authorities for four decades severely suppressed rights to freedom of belief, expression, association and peaceful assembly. Systematic trials were systematically carried out. Authorities tortured and executed many people every year. Thousands were detained and put on death row.
Today, the system is doubling its grip, with protests against poverty, inflation, corruption and political tyranny rising, and anger and dissatisfaction with social networking. The authorities have expanded the network of repression and targeted hundreds of peaceful political dissidents, journalists, online media workers, students, filmmakers, musicians, writers, members of religious and ethnic minorities as well as human rights defenders, including lawyers, women's rights activists, trade unionists, minority rights activists and environmental activists, and harassing, arresting and prosecuting them. . Many of them are now in prison as a result, and their fate as the prisoner of the 1980s may be in the shadow of international silence about the accountability of the regime for its old violations against humanity.
The worst fears of the detainees' families were confirmed in late October 1988, when prison visits resumed and authorities informed many families that their children had been executed. However, over the past three decades, authorities have denied not only the presence of bodies, but also the truth about when, how and why they were killed, what happened to them in their last moments and where their remains went.
Ministry of Intelligence officials, forensic judges, prosecutors and public prosecutors who participated in executions today occupy high positions in the judiciary or the government
In 1989, some messages of concern about the executions that were directed to Khomeini were leaked from his deputy, Hossein Ali Montazeri. In 2000, a copy of Khomeini's secret advisory opinion was released in July 1988, in which "MKO members are fighting God and leftists apostates of Islam" and ordered the establishment of a committee of three men in each governorate that includes a jurist, the prosecutor or his public assistant And a representative of the Ministry of Intelligence, to follow up the implementation of mass murder.
The massacre of intellectuals is not the first in the file of assassinations carried out by Tehran against its opponents at home and abroad, but it is a link in a long chain and the world must pay attention to all actions and pursue the Khamenei regime and the accountability of its criminal leaders.
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