September 29, 2011

Congratulation of Rosh Hashana (Hebrew New Year)

Shanah Tovah

We congratulate all the Jews of the world, especially Iranian Jews, for the Hebrew New Year, and ask God to establish Peace and welfare for the Palestinian and Israeli Nations and all the people of the world, and ask him to put an end to religious dictatorship in Iran and present freedom for oppressed prisoners.

September 25, 2011

A message from Ayatollah Kazemeini-Boroujerdi to the 66th annual UN general assembly

Honorable U.N. Secretary General, Ban Ki Moon, respected and esteemed representatives of the countries around the world, ladies and gentlemen of the free world,

September 20, 2011

The Story of Ayatollah Hossein Boroujerdi

Levantinetimes: Given that it has been a mullahcracy for the last 32 years, the concepts of separation of mosque and state let alone religious tolerance, are the last things that come to mind when one thinks about Iran. It has proven to be a place where even those within the political establishment who dare to dissent are suppressed or jailed.  Many do who in fact speak out against the government, still do not speak of Iran getting rid of its theopolitical structure altogether. Yet there is one such dissenter who has and continues to speak out from behind prison walls, and ironically enough, he is a Twelver Shiite cleric, who comes from the same school of Islam as President Ahmadinejad and his spiritual advisor Ayatollah Mesbah Yazdi, who has issued a fatwa calling for the murder of opposition leader Mir-Hossein Mousavi following the 2009 Iranian presidential elections.

September 17, 2011

Ayatollah Boroujerdi banned from prison visits

Committee of Human Rights Reporters (CHRR) - According to reports, Ayatollah Seyed Hossein Kazemeyni Boroujerdi, who is currently held in Evin prison, has been banned from prison visits by the Special Clerical Court.
On Saturday morning, when Kazemeyni Boroujerdi’s family members visited him in prison, prison officials did not allow the visit to occur. The family members protested against the illegal ban but they were ignored by the prison officials, and no explanation was offered.