August 29, 2012

Open Letter to the Secretary General of the United Nations by Kazemeini Boroujerdi’s family

The Honorable UN Secretary General Mr. Ban Ki-moon:
As the primary person charged with defending the rights of people around the world, greetings to you. Mr. Seyed Hossein Kazemi Boroujerdi is an independent, non-political Iranian religious leader in Iran. He has been imprisoned by the country’s so-called Islamic government for 7 years for teaching religious tolerance and the separation of religion from government.

August 27, 2012

Kazemeini Boroujerdi addressing the Founder of the Islamic Revolution

Arise and look at what your commitment and efforts have wrought in today’s Iran. Since you imposed and ruled over Iran with your version of political Islam, true religion and Sharia law have been destroyed. Every aspect of the current regime is just a totalitarian and corrupt dictatorship where the crown has been replaced by the turban. All levels of Iran’s government reflect the actions and policies of the leader of the Al-Bani Omaye, Al-Bani Marvan, and Al-Bani Abbas. This has simply been a resurgence of the religious tyranny of the Ottoman Empire.

Open letter to His Excellency Ban Ki moon, relating to decision to attend the Non Aligned Movement (NAM) in Tehran

His Excellency Ban Ki-moon
Secretary General
The United Nations
New York, NY
Your Excellency,
Your decision to attend the Non Aligned Movement (NAM), this week in Tehran, draws special attention to the unique role of the Secretary General as the leader of the United Nations, an institution that, in 1945, set as the preamble of its charter the following mission statement:

August 23, 2012

August 17, the 10th anniversary of Seyed Mohammad Ali Kazemeini Boroujerdi

The17 th  of August  (27th of Mordad)  is a Persian  anniversary of the martyrdom  of  a free-loving, people- oriented, peaceful , and anti- oppression reformer Seyed Mohammad Ali Kazemeini Boroujerdi .

August 19, 2012

Mr. Kazemeini Boroujerdi’s Greetings on the occasion of Eid-e-Fetr

I send my warmest greetings to all Muslim nations, scholars and students, and wish happiness and health for all of you who are fasting.

However, in Iran, this Ramadan is the most deplorable in the history of faith of this land. Iran’s poor have no reason to hope for peace, happiness, or the minimum of material resources to sustain them.

August 12, 2012

Kazemeini Boroujerdi's message to Olympics participants

In the international community linking politics with sports may be considered unpleasant; however considerations for human rights supersede all other issues.  Neglecting such fundamental rights causes irreparable harm to human dignity and degrades humanistic values.  Therefore one must place political convictions foremost in all matters.

Greetings to the all those involved in the Olympics, Athletes, Organizers, other Authorities, Hosts and Audience Members:
Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,
This letter is from a prisoner of conscience in Iran who has been jailed for seven years for speaking out against pervasive violations of human rights by Iran‘s religious dictatorship. He has been denied all legal representation and medical care, including needed medications, and is dying because of that lack of medical care. He needs your immediate help.

August 11, 2012

Respected leaders of the Non-Aligned countries

Respectful greeting to you by imprisoned historians;I apologize for not being able to present this letter stating my trouble in person , Inevitably I offer to all contemporary humanity.
Honorable members of the Non- Aligned conference
As a 7 year detainee against the Iran dictatorship regime (who spends this period without any medical treatment, any lawyer and has jailed in inhumane conditions), and also as a divine leader and spokesman of this wretched and plundered nation, I welcome you to Iran, the country of wail.

August 01, 2012

Kazemeini Boroujerdi's letter to Ayatollah Sistani

Translated and edited by: Banafsheh zand
Salam o Aleykom and may God’s peace be with you, your Holiness, Ayatollah Sistani,

I am a humble man of the cloth, who has spent the last seven years incarcerated by the Velatyat’eh Faghih, under the most unmentionable physical and psychological torture. Innocent members of my family have also endured the very same hardship.