September 17, 2014

Ban Ki Moon: NO Progress in Situation of Human Rights and Freedom in Iran

Situation of human rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran
Report of the Secretary-General
According to the recent Report of the UN Secretary-General after Sixty-ninth session of General Assembly, concerning the Situation of human rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran, there was not any progress in Iran under President Rouhani despite his first promises for more improvement of Human Rights and freedom.
The Secretary-General remains deeply troubled by reports of increasing numbers of executions, including of political prisoners, and reiterates his call on the Government to introduce a moratorium on the use of the death penalty, and to prohibit executions of juvenile offenders in all circumstances. 

September 12, 2014

Political Religion is the Roots of all Crises, Atrocities and Crimes

 Political Religion is an incurable pain which in every age is like a cancerous tumor which makes Sickness’ of Monotheism and also embarrasses the faithful people. Materialistic religion has always sought to exploit the optimistic believers which under the rule of religion and spirituality seek out the illegitimate domination and unfairly targets those that are illegal. Human history indicates that the violence of the religious has put the creator under accusation and has developed their materialistic greed and sensuality.

August 28, 2014

A Letter from Prison to Catherine Ashton



Greetings from the prisoners of the Fascist regime in Iran,

Those who publish content in defense of human rights and justice, stand against the ruling bullies and unscrupulous grabbers in our country, are moved by their superlative commitment. This defenseless nation, who for the last thirty five years has been deceived by the false slogans of the God-hating, materialist Mullahs is a noble and decent historical country whose national wealth they have now squandered in order to keep the likes of Asad, Hamas, Hassan Nasrallah and Maliki's longevity financed, and they run a muck in Bahrain, Gaza, Syria, Iraq and Lebanon. 

August 27, 2014

Severe Violations of Religious Freedom in Iran

Aug 22, 2014
The U.S. State Department has once again designated Iran a country of particular concern, noting that nearly all non-Shia religious communities in Iran, as well as some dissident Shia Iranians, are subject to persecution, ranging from discrimination and harassment to arrest, torture and execution.

August 21, 2014

Severe Violations of Religious Liberty in Iran

Nearly all non-Shia religious groups in Iran are subject to persecution -- from government-sanctioned discrimination in employment, education and housing, to arrest, imprisonment, and torture.
In its annual report on religious freedom world-wide, the U.S. State Department has once again designated Iran a country of particular concern because of the government’s severe violations of religious liberty.

August 19, 2014

Mr.Boroujerdi's Serious Health Condition

On Saturday, August 16th, Mrs. Kazemeini-Boroujerdi who went to Evin prison for a visit with her husband, was confronted with her husband’s truly heartrending condition. Mr. Kazemeini-Boroujerdi was in such a dire physical condition that he could not walk and was brought in to the visiting room with the aid of two of the prisoners, and who held him upright by his arms. Mrs.

August 15, 2014

Kazemeini-Boroujerdi's Call for Legal and International Authorities Intervention

To the Attention of the Esteemed President of the International Criminal, Chief Prosecutor and the Supreme Judge, and the Honorable Secretary General of the United Nations Human Rights Council, 
Greetings from this Pastor and prisoner, defender of humanity and protector of the oppressed whose rights have been trampled and looted. From within my prison cell I echo to you the cries of a desperate and captive nation.

August 08, 2014

A Bleak Human Rights Picture

The Chairman of the Commission on Religious Freedom  expressed concern about  deteriorating Ayatollah Boroujerdi situation.
It’s been more than a year since the election of President Hassan Rouhani in Iran and despite his campaign promises; Iran’s human rights situation has not improved .
Hundreds of political prisoners remain incarcerated, executions after dubious trials continue, the internet is still censored, and ethnic and religious minorities are persecuted.

Request an Independent Physician to Examine and Treat Mr.Boroujerdi's Serious Health Condition

On Wednesday, August 7th at 8 a.m. fainted as he was walking and came to, after 45 minutes at the prison infirmary. Five physicians, including the head of the infirmary and the internist were present.
When Mr. Boroujerdi inquired about his condition, the only response he got was that he must be checked out by a specialist, after which time, he was returned to his cell without any treatment or medications.

August 05, 2014

Mr.Boroujerdi's Request to the Human Rights High commissioner

To the attention of Dr. Navi Pillay
The United Nations human rights High Commissioner

Greetings from the seekers of freedom and justice, wishing you peace on you defender of humanity and dignity.

I offer my esteem from within my horrific prison cell and ask for your human and divine assistance.

August 01, 2014

Another Fetr Along with Sweet Torment and Dictatorship Taste

This Ramadan which passed in Iran, is the most deplorable which have been fortune for this history of faith of this land.
 Is it truly the Eid of Fetr?
Is this the Eid of desperate Muslims?
Is it an Eid which is accompanied with torture and dictatorship, rather than sweets and celebratory food? Do these Eids actually convey a message?

July 30, 2014

Dissident Iranian Ayatollah Again Denounces Tehran from Prison

Ayatollah Seyed Hossein Kazemeyni Boroujerdi has been incarcerated, mainly in Tehran's ignominious Evin Prison, since 2006. He is accused of "combat against God" for his criticisms of the Iranian clerical dictatorship, and is serving an 11-year sentence. Now kept in the "special clerical ward," he has suffered numerous ailments, has accused his jailers of torture, and is among the most famous Iranian prisoners of conscience.
Boroujerdi was born in 1958, an heir to a distinguished Shia clerical family prominent before the Khomeini revolution of 1979. He studied at the theological center in Qom but rejected the ideology of Khomeini. He was arrested in 1995 and 2001 because of his popularity with Iranian believers. His father, Ayatollah Seyed Mohammad Ali Kazemeyni Boroujerdi, was executed by the regime in 2002.