February 22, 2010

The protest letter of Barbara Lochbiler EU Human Rights Commission member

To: high ranking officials of Iran regime
After that Iran government prevented from the trip of European mission under the supervision of Ms Barbara Lochbiler to Iran during Jan 7-11, 2010, German Green MEP Barbara Lochbiler EU Human Rights Commission member objected to the wholesale human rights violation in Iran via a letter on Jan 21, 2010.
It is necessary to mention that it was arranged that this EU parliament member would visit the families of political and ideological prisoners in Iran among them Mr. Boroujerdi’s family at the Lale hotel in Tehran on Jan 7 and 8.

Ms Lochbiler wrote in the letter:

February 18, 2010

Free Ayatollah Boroujerdi


An Iranian democrat friend of mine here in the USA and I were talking about how we both think the Islamic regime in Iran is trying to kill off Ayatollah Boroujerdi before the regime falls. The goal of this post is to draw attention to the horrific plight of Ayatollah Boroujerdi and to encourage all supporters of Iranian democracy to speak out for Ayatollah Boroujerdi.

Amnesty International France: Ayatollah Seyed Hossein Kazemeini Boroujerdi has been detained because of his peaceful religious beliefs!

Wednesday Feb 10, 2010
By Jean-Jules Docquir

Shiite cleric, Ayatollah Seyed Hossein Kazemeini Boroujerdi, is an ideological prisoner who has been detained because of his peaceful religious beliefs. According to the presented charges he is being kept in prison only for political considerations. He is even denied access to necessary medical cares for treatment of various diseases like Parkinson’s and etc which have threatened his life.

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February 15, 2010

Bahman 22 (Feb 11, 2010), the Manifestation of Iranians’ solidarity in and out of Iran

By a concerted and effective movement, our countrymen resident out of Iran ask for intervention of international organizations to stop the violation of civil freedoms and also unconditional release of political and ideological prisoners like liberal clergy Ayatollah Kazemeini Boroujerdi, from the prisons of Iran regime.
Iranian protesters in Europe and America, in Malas Man square in Toronto in Canada, Landon, Paris and etc expressed their advocacy of right demands and protests of Iranian people.
It is necessary to mention that it had been brought in the report of the Working  Group on Ayatollah Boroujerdi’s condition on May 29, 2009 that:
On 29 May 2009, the Chairperson-Rapporteur of the Working Group sent a joint urgent appeal to Iran concerning Ayatollah Sayed Hossein Kazemeyni Boroujerdi.

According to new information received by the Working Group, Ayatollah Boroujerdi wrote
a letter to the Secretary-General requesting that international observers be sent to Iran, following which he was reportedly subjected to beatings.

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The simultaneous presence of 72 civil institutions and organizations in front of the United Nations headquarts in Geneva in protest against human rights violation in Iran

Since Feb 15, 2010 until Feb 17, 2010, coincident with Human Rights council seventh universal periodic review, a group of Human Rights organizations and civil institutions in Europe, Canada and America is going to gather in front of the United Nations headquarts in Geneva at 9 AM up to 5 PM and to show their protest against the massive human rights violation in Iran during more than 3 decades of the Islamic Republic time and their support of the right and democratic demands of Iranian people. This group is supported by Amnesty international organization and the International Federation of Trade Unions and Student Union in Europe.
It is necessary to say that Ayatollah Boroujerdi’s followers are supporting this protest gathering too.

February 13, 2010

Using new cameras and phone interruption in Evin prison

Tuesday Feb 9, 2010 some new cameras were used in and out of different sections of Evin prison. According to the reports received, the prison authorities used some cameras even in the bathrooms and WC of the special section for clergy! This hideous action led to discontent and severe protest of the prisoners.
The prison authorities have presented no reason for their actions, but because of the intensification of public protests, Vilayat-e-Faqih regime is scared of people massive attack to the prisons to release their children and relatives, so they have intensified security systems by using cameras.
Also the phone communication in Evin prison especially in clergy section has completely been stopped since Feb 10, in order to prevent from spreading news by prisoners.