August 26, 2010
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August 08, 2010
By MICHAEL LEDEEN
Meanwhile, Iranian human-rights organizations tirelessly report on the dreadful treatment of political prisoners, and Green movement leaders Mir Hossein Mousavi and Mehdi Karroubi ceaselessly demand their release. In the past year, the Greens have rapidly expanded their movement, reaching out to workers' organizations, women's groups, ethnic and religious minorities, veterans of the Iran-Iraq War, and a plethora of brave clerics including the Ayatollah Sayed Hossein Kazemeyni Boroujerdi, who continues to denounce the Islamic Republic from a cell in Evin prison where he's been confined since October 2006.
August 01, 2010
RAHANA: When the family of Hossein kazemini Boroujerdi went to visit him in prison on July 24th, the authorities did not allow them to meet him and claimed that based on a order from the Clerical Court, prison visits with the detained clerics has been reduced to once a month.
According to the RAHANA reporter, his family has not been allowed to visit him for 4 months.