May 27, 2009: Update on Ayatollah Borujerdi. Sources close to dissident ayatollah Borujerdi tell FDI this morning from Iran that the jailed cleric, who went on a hunger strike several weeks ago to protest his imprisonment, was taken to the prison hospital a week ago and has been held incommunicado since then. "We have had no news from him whatsoever for the past week," a source close to the family told FDI. Borujerdi supporters also expressed frustration that letters they have sent to Javier Solana, the European Union's top diplomat, and to Human Rights Watch, have gone without response. "They never answered us. Only you and Amnesty International have paid any attention to Ayatollah Borujerdi's case," they said.
May 27, 2009
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international society should pay more attention to Ayatollah Boroujerdi's case. his life is in danger and it's possible that if this condition be continued he will die and international society is responsible for this matter
Iranian government doesn't observe its obligations otherwise we didn't have any prisoners
there is no freedom and no justice in Iran.Iranian authorities don't act according their laws but expect people to act to and respect their laws and decisions
all declarations should be performed not only be at the step of word.
why these tortures, why injustice? until when we must tolerate this situation? we want to change this condition, why must people in iran be imprisoned for their opinion?
No freedom and religion in Iran but their country's name is: Islamic republic!
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