Over a few summer months in 1988, the regime of the Mullahs murdered more than 30 000 political prisoners and buried them in vast mass graves. Up until this day, the perpetrator of this hideous crime has gone unpunished. In fact, most of the members of the death commissions have high ranking positions in the regime today. One very profiled member of the death Commission is Ebrahim Raisi, you will remember him as one of the candidates for this year's sham presidential election. The revelation of his role in the 1988 massacre was one of the reasons Khamenei had to pull him out of the election.
The role of Hassan Rouhani, Iran's current president was that of Deputy Commander-in-chief of the regime’s armed forces. In this position, he was fully cognizant of this hideous crime and obviously as in full conformity. He is like all other senior officials of the regime a culprit of this hideous crime.
|1988 Massacre in Iran led by Khomeini fatwa|
The truth commission in London in 2012 gave the victims and their families a voice that could be heard all over the world. Thetestimonies from people who lost close family members were heartbreaking and painful but they made the world aware of the massacre that the regime has worked very hard to conceal.
More and more politicians and governments around the world are becoming aware of the human rights abuse that has been committed and is still being committed in Iran by the Mullahs regime.
On June 13, 2017, the Washington Times reported the official record of the U.S Resolution 188 entitled «The condemnation of the Iranian government for the massacre of political prisoners in 1988 and the invitation to call for justice for the victims.» 46 legislators from both parties intend to send an invitation to the U.S government and its allies in order to condemn the 1988 massacre publicly.
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In a statement from the NCRI on June 15, 2017, they reveal that repressing measures was increasing in Tehran and various provinces due to the regime’s fear of widespread social welcoming of Iranian Resistance Justice Movement. Two weeks after failing to engineer the sham election Khamenei is terrified of the two slogans, «no to the murderer, no to demagogue, and my vote is regime change». On June 4, Khamenei said that those who judge the 1980s are changing the place of martyrs and murderers. As a response to this statement, the regime’s media repeated Khamenei’s remark and sent a wave of repulsive remarks against the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) as a response to the slogans.
A group of 265 members of the European Parliament released a statement on June 26, 2017, where they condemned the human rights violations in Iran.