February 06, 2016

Urgent Action to Save life of Mr. Kazemeini Boroujerdi

To H.E. Mr Ban Ki-Moon, Secretary General of the United Nations
Dr. Ahmed Shaheed, UN Special Rapporteur for Human Rights in Irani
Human Rights Defenders

Mr. Seyed Hussein Kazemeini Boroujerdi, is a 57 year old religious theoretician, who since October 2006 - almost a decade now, has undergone consecutive tortures in prison, resulting in the development of various diseases, which have put his life in serious danger, and he is currently in dire need of a physician’s care, medications and medical attention.

January 25, 2016

Deteriorating of Mr. Boroujerdi’s Physical Condition

Tuesday 20 January 2016,  Mr Kazemeini Borujerdi who is spending the tenth year of his 11-years’ conviction in Evin Prison, was transferred to the Evin prison clinic because of an acute viral infection and severe stomach pain, but the prison officials was returned him to his cell without proper medication and care.

December 10, 2015

Mr. Boroujerdi Cut off Contact with the Outside

On the morning of Saturday, December 5, 2015, the phone of the ward which Mr. Boroujerdi is confined in was cut off while he was in conversation, this interruption continued for 24 hours, he and other prisoners of this ward were deprived of phone calls.

November 26, 2015

A Message from Mr. Kazemeini Boroujerdi Concerning Terror Attacks Worldwide

To all those in the world who are in quest of God 
To see a human being hurt and harmed in the name of religion is very regretful.  All humans with a conscience will be distressed when humanity is harmed under the banner of a religion. God has created mankind for representing him and his own caliphate, and even though at times of hardship he puts him into test, yet he will not be satisfied or pleased to see him oppressed. 

November 17, 2015

Unity of religions under the banner of sanctified magnificence of the Almighty

Religion, leads us to the source of existence. Faith is a ladder between humans and their creator, impregnating their conscience by spirituality. A religious person turns to enlightenment which leads the world towards evolution, and enriches the creatures in the path of God Almighty. Religions have a great responsibility in the revitalization of spirituality which will bring virtue and veracity to people. The existence of different divine religions - given the manifold tastes, creeds and interests, can be in view of transcendence of divine promises to the world. However, sometimes the contradictions and incoherence between these divine doctrines results in the creation of tensions and conflicts rather than unity between the world theists.

Stop Killings and Violence

The violence shows itself in many different ways in the world. There are people in every corner of the world, who have tasted the bitterness of confronting terror, terrorists and insecurity. Terrorist attacks in Paris and also in other countries such as Lebanon once again reminds people of the world of this fact that if they do not try to achieve lasting peace in all countries to panic and soon black shadow spread terrorism all over the world, soon the black shadow of terror will spread over all the world and comfort and security of all of us will fade away. Now, one of the main causes of violence in the world, especially the Middle East, is political Islam and religious rule, which makes it essential to draw the public attention to this problem.

October 30, 2015

Serious Need of Mr. Boroujerdi to Visit Independent Doctor

Despite the pursuit of human rights organizations and individuals, Mr. Boroujerdi’s physical condition and health have been reported to be poor. This prisoner of conscience, who is spending the tenth year of his 11-year sentence in Evin's prison solely because of his peaceful views, is suffering from various diseases such as heart and respiratory diseases and also osteoporosis, because of being deprived of medical care and adequate food, and being under torture during his detention, and Still deprived of medical services.

October 08, 2015

The Tenth Anniversary of Suppression of Mr. Kazemeini Boroujerdi and his Supporters

To the attention of honorable nations in the world,
Another year has passed - and once again the second half of the month of October reminds us of how Mr. Kazemeini Boroujerdi’s house was aggressed by the regime’s armed forces, leading to his arrest and that of his family and nearly a thousand of his supporters. A new crime is taking shape at this time, which will compromise history, freedom of thought, speech and expression for ever; and Inquisitions and interrogations of religious beliefs and the implementation of religious based monopolies will be harshly felt by all the oppressed people of Iran and the intellectuals of the world; and it is feared that freedom fighters and those who fight for justice and humanity will become victims of secret agreements signed by world powers.

September 27, 2015

Death of trade unionist must trigger action to tackle appalling prison conditions

AmnestyMore broadly, Amnesty International calls on the Iranian authorities to urgently address the inhumane detention conditions prevalent in many of Iran’s prisons, which contribute to medical conditions developing in prisoners or exacerbate pre-existing ones. The authorities must also ensure that all those in detention have access to adequate medical treatment in line with international human rights standards and ensure that those needing specialized treatment are granted medical leave.

September 20, 2015

Suspicious death of the Labor Prisoner Shahrokh Zamani in Prison

Following the grievous death of jailed Iranian union activist Mr. Shahrokh Zamani, was kept in Rajai Shahr prison, BCR Group condemning the crime and believes Iran’s Republic Islamic authorities are absolutely responsible for his death. The human rights organization has accused the Ayatollah’s judicial system for all injustices and obvious imprisoned rights violations.

September 16, 2015


Ayatollah Hossein Kazameini Boroujerdi has been held in Evin prison since his arrest in 2006. He is 56 years old.
Ayatollah Boroujerdi rejects the principle of political leadership by the clergy, a central feature of Iran’s constitution. He advocates the removal of religion from the political basis of the state. He publicly challenged the regime’s theological doctrine—promulgated by Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini in the early days of the Islamic Revolution of 1979—that only an Islamic jurist can rule the country. Mr. Boroujerdi instead supports the traditional Shiite view that religious leaders should stay out of politics and preach their messages to the faithful in mosques. Since 1994 he has been summoned repeatedly before the Special Court for the Clergy, and detained in Evin and other prisons.
He is the subject of an Amnesty International Urgent Action.