September 21, 2017

A Silent Day for Remembering Peace!

We seem to be moving away from the concept of peace every year, but once again, the International Day of Peace will happen on September 21st. Ancient and contemporary history indicate that the humanity has always been involved in wars and violence. Thirty-five years ago, according to a U.N resolution United Nations, it was decided that on that day all wars and conflicts would be subject to a cease-fire, weapons would be laid down, and violence would be stopped.

August 19, 2017

19 August, World Humanitarian Day

Human being is the strangest creature in this world.
Mankind is loveable, so if the immoralities and evil beliefs would not prevailed over him and never dominated his minds, then Mankind will be the supreme creature. However, by development of manmade civilizations which was basically aimed to serve the mankind, everything turned upside down and the human beings without any option became as the captives of technology and science to serve. Hence the destinies of mankind are the disasters what we have observed such as poverty, pains, sorrows, addiction, enmities, divorced families, suspicion and mistrust.
So today is called the “Humanitarian day”, so that the mankind will know his values and recognize his divine worth.

August 18, 2017

18 August, to Commemorate Martyrdom Anniversary of the Grand Scientist, Ayatollah Seyed Mohammad Ali Kazemeini Boroujerdi


Preface
Iran as an ancient country with a great civilization, has been the land of Monotheism and religions during the history. During thousands years of the Iranian history, the clergy associations were always promoted and attained important social positions due to beliefs of the people, so the clerics had always an important role in the society. They were sometimes accompanied with the people and sometimes represented a part of power for supporting the rulers.

Harassment of Dissident Iranian Cleric Must End

URGENT ACTION
HARASSMENT OF DISSIDENT IRANIAN CLERIC MUST END
Dissident Iranian cleric Seyed Hossein Kazemeini Boroujerdi has faced continued intimidation and death threats by the Iranian authorities since his release from prison on 4 January. He is under 24 hour surveillance and has effectively been placed under house arrest. He is critically ill, and could be returned to prison at any time.

July 17, 2017

On the occasion of the World Day for International Justice

Justice is the origination of Creation as it associates with the Nature. If the equinox become dissociated from the seasons, then everything will be demolished and the human life will face to serious threats due to disarray of natural calendar. So, on such a day, we must evaluate this great global value to see what the role of Justice is in human life and what will be the main catastrophes of lack of Justice?

June 25, 2017

International Day for the Protection of Victims of Torture

On December 10th of 1984, convention on the prohibition of torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishments, assigned a resolution by the UN General Assembly and on June 26, 1987, the convention came into force. On this occasion, the UN General Assembly decided in 1997 to mark 26th of June as the international day for the protection of victims of torture, in order to attract world attention to the bad phenomenon of torture.
Nonetheless, despite many efforts to eliminate torture, this phenomenon is still present in various forms in the world.

May 17, 2017

Phone Threats Received by Mr. Kazemeini Boroujerdi

May 7th, 2017
According to news received from Iran, Mr. Kazemeini Boroujerdi, despite enduring intense security measures and many limitations imposed on him during his sick leave, which have led to his house arrest, has been receiving threatening calls during the past two days from unknown numbers, threatening to kill him.

April 23, 2017

Who is responsible for the life of the tortured prisoner?

Mr. Hossein Kazemeini Boroujerdi, a prisoner of conscience (politico-ideological prisoner), who was sent on a temporary sick leave on January 4, 2017, following the deterioration of his physical health, after having provided substantial collaterals and various guarantees to the security and judicial institutions, is under rigorous security and intelligence surveillance and is unable to establish contact with people and to engage in any kind of activity and work.

March 20, 2017

The Message of the Great Teacher for Nowruz 1396


In the name of God of the nature, and the creator of the Universe
The one who did not create the human beings to endure sufferings, and who entrusted his superior creation with his dignity and glory; it is the beginning of the new solar year, life is once again filled with flowers, plants, greenery and trees. Spring is here, and is once again promising the beauty of life; if the human being does not achieve comfort and happiness, then what is the point of turning the pages of history.

March 19, 2017

Do we say congratulations for the new-year or offer our condolences?

The Nowruz message of the great professor, the politico-ideological prisoner since eleven years, with twenty five years of activism against the Islamic regime, governmental religion and the religion of violence and brutality

The Iranian year 1395 is coming to an end while the Iranian nation is fighting its way through daily routine, in a country which owns great natural wealth and national capitals!

March 15, 2017

Op-Ed: Iran’s Nelson Mandela Ayatollah Seyed Hossein Kazemeini Boroujerdi

Mar 15, 2017 by: Rachel Avraham


Ayatollah Seyed Hossein Kazemeini Boroujerdi promotes a vision supporting a separation of church and state in Iran. For these beliefs supporting women’s rights, human rights and minority rights, he served 11 years in prison and was tortured. However, his worldview has the potential to inspire the creation of a free Iran, just as Nelson Mandela’s advocacy led to the abolition of the apartheid regime.
 Ayatollah Seyed Hossein Kazemeini Boroujerdi is a high-ranking prominent dissident clergyman in the Islamic Republic of Iran. He has strongly called for a separation of church and state, and he condemns radical Islamist terrorism. He is opposed to the rule of Velayet-e-Faqih (Islamic custodianship over people), the theocratic system that governs the Islamic Republic of Iran. Boroujerdi offers an alternative vision for Iran that supports peace, democracy, freedom and human rights. Boroujerdi has many supporters within the Islamic Republic and is known as Iran's Nelson Mandela.
 During the 1990’s, Boroujerdi established a new movement in which he led benediction ceremonies in the presence of Shiites and Sunnis, Christians, Jews, Zoroastrians and Baha’is and followers of other beliefs. He called for the abolishment of executions alongside other cruel, inhuman, and degrading punishments such as torture, stoning and whipping. He rejects anti-Semitism and advocates religious freedom. He established charities and welfare centers for helping the poor and assisting victims of natural disasters.
So as a result of promoting an ideal for a monotheistic faith that excludes politics from the equation, Boroujerdi sacrificed his youth and health. Recently, this injured cleric was sent out for his first temporary medical leave since being jailed following the critical deterioration of his health condition. However, he has been forced into accepting serious conditions imposed by the rulers, such as hefty bail amounts, bondsmen and severe commitments including “never to meet people.”
However, these conditions have not stopped Boroujerdi from presenting new ideas and approaches based on monotheism in order to dampen Islamic radicalism and to establish peace in the Middle East as well as the world at large. His new teachings have been compiled into a book which showcases a new scientific doctrine called “incompatibility of the religious contexts with the religious records,” which espouses modern views on monotheism that result in an ultimate peaceful approach to human livelihood and convergence between varying religious believers. Therefore, the Boroujerdi Civil Rights Groups is an organization established in United Sates based on Boroujerdi’s request to support its central purpose of advocating and protecting the basic civil rights of religious freedom, freedom of conscience and the rights of women globally.
Despite being imprisoned for 11 years, Boroujerdi never wavered from his stances and has persisted with his campaign from within prison, which can be seen via his writing and published material. He is therefore one of the most important symbols of this struggle for religious non-violence in Iran. His effective efforts and plans are the best solution to make a new Iran and Middle East free from religious violence and inhumane laws as a result of the demonstrably incorrect interpretation of religious contexts. Thus, just as Mandela inspired South Africa to become a democratic nation liberated from the yoke of the apartheid regime, Boroujerdi is a non-violent religious leader who has the potential to lead Iran towards become a free, democratic and secular state that respects women’s rights, human rights and minority rights.





























March 14, 2017

From Execution to Medieval Torture: "Iran's Mandela", Ayatollah Boroujerdi

March 13, 2017 at 4:00 am
Ayatollah Seyed Hossein Kazemeini Boroujerdi is a high-ranking prominent dissident clergyman in Iran. He has strongly called for separation of religion and state, and he condemns Islamic radicalism, fundamentalism, and terrorism. He is opposed to political Islam and the rule of Velayet-e-Faqih (Islamic custodianship over people), the theocratic system that governs Iran. Boroujerdi has many supporters and is known as Iran's Mandela.