MEK Iran: UN Criticizing mullahs
On November 17, the UN General Assembly’s Third Committee passed a resolution denouncing Iran’s egregious and systemic human rights violations. The UN General Assembly’s Third Committee cited the alarmingly high number of death sentences, widespread and systematic arrests and arbitrary detentions, deliberate denial of medical treatment and services to prisoners, harassment and intimidation of political dissidents and human rights defenders.
UN called for an end to impunity for such crimes
including enforced disappearances, extrajudicial executions, and the destruction of evidence of such crimes, and called for an end to impunity for such crimes.
“There are a series of reported efforts allegedly aimed at destroying evidence of the execution of political dissidents at that time (1988) and the harassment and criminal prosecution of families of victims calling for truth and accountability,” according to the UN Secretary-report Generals to the UN General Assembly.
The clerical regime committed four decades of crimes and genocide
The resolution only covers a small portion of the atrocities committed by Iran’s clerical regime, but it leaves little doubt that the regime has long been one of the world’s worst human rights violators.
The UN Security Council must be notified of the clerical regime’s four decades of crimes against humanity and genocide, including the massacres of 30,000 political prisoners in 1988 and 1,500 protestors in 2019.
International tribunals must punish the religious regime’s leaders, notably Ali Khamenei, Ebrahim Raisi, and Gholam-Hossain Mohseni Ejei. The world community must condemn this government and put an end to its criminal rulers’ impunity.
Raisi, Butcher of 1988 Massacre in Iran
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