July 29, 2012

The new wave of Iranian regime’s rumors against Mr. Kazemeini Boroujerdi

According to the reports by the human right and democracy activists in Iran, the religious rule of Velayat-e- Faghih, in a new effort has begun a new cycle of rumors against Mr. Boroujerdi and  they have tried to neutralize him because of the actions of this protesting detainee against foundation of the rule of Velayat-e-Faghih by spreading false and baseless rumors about his release from prison.Based on this report, the religious dictatorship of the regime in Iran could not silence his voice  questioning the foundation of the clerical rule despite using different violent methods such as physical and psychological torture in prison.  They resort to other deceitful and cruel methods like spreading lies, propaganda about Mr. Boroujerdi on TV, radio, newspapers and the media  with ties to the government against this prisoner who is in favor of the separation of state and religion.

July 17, 2012

Letter to the Promised savior and agreed reformer

Hail, hail to you, the heavenly gift and divine survivor
Now on the morning of 15th of Shaban [anArabic month], in 7th year of my imprisonment in the evil clutches of the turbin-wearing, I write to you about all my life pains. I’m struggling with death due to malnutrition and lack of medical treatment, I cry on the floor of my cell calling you.

July 15, 2012

Mr. Kazemeini Boroujerdi's Refusal to Attend the Interrogation of the Special Court Intelligence Services

According to the report by "Human Rights and Democracy Activists in Iran”, on Sunday, June 24, 2012, some agents representing the intelligence service of the Special Court went to Evin Prison to summon Mr. Kazemeni Borojerdi to present himself in their center located on Zaferaniye street in Tehran to continue another illegal interrogation process. But Mr. Boroujerdi resisted this order, and had refused to comply; once again he was met with verbal abuse and suffered from being again physically beaten.

July 08, 2012

Kazemeini Boroujerdi's letter to Putin

 Translated and edited by: Banafsheh zand

Excellency Mr Vladimir Putin, Prime Minister of the Russian Federation,
Please accept my most sincere greetings. I apologize in advance for not being able to personally deliver this letter of woe and hardship; thus I dispatch it to you in the form of a public petition, from within my prison cell in Tehran’s Evin prison. I write this open letter to be documented and embedded in the pages of contemporary history; maybe it’s reflections will ripple to the Kremlin and meanwhile, touch each reader’s humanity on it’s way to you. I leave it to your conscience to judge our regretful situation.

July 06, 2012

Mr.Kazemeini Boroujerdi continues to be refused all medical care

Evin Prison authorities have refused all medicine and medical care for Mr. Kazemeini Boroujerdi. The report suggests that he continues to deteriorate, suffering currently from shortness of breath, heart disease, kidney stones, and pains in the legs and lower back, and is in need of immediate medication and physician treatment. Yet the authorities continue to refuse him all medicines and medical care, and instead continuously pressure this prisoner of conscience to compromise his principles and accept the terms of surrender dictated by the regime. These pressures are the latest attempt by this tyrannical regime to silence Mr. Hossein Kazemeini Boroujerdi, this tireless fighter for reform and justice, from continuing his Campaign from inside the prison.

Intensifying pressures and threats against the family of Dr. Roya Araghi

 Threats against Araghi’s family, is putting deputy of Mr.Boroujerdi under intense pressure to appear in “the special court for clergy”.
 According to “Human Rights and democracy activist in Iran”, threats on her family continue following the consecutive summons to call her to the special court of clergy for the 3rd time.