MEK Iran: Auschwitz’s Liberation Day Highlights Crime Against Humanity in1988 Massacre
The liberation of Auschwitz, one of the several extermination camps in Germany, on January 27 commemorates the Holocaust. The liberation of Auschwitz provides an excellent chance to draw attention to the largest crime against humanity after WWII: the massacre of at least 30,000 political prisoners in Iran’s medieval jails under the rule of the governing clerics. For the “sin” of thinking or believing differently, men and women were hung. They were opposed to the notion of a religious dictator oppressing their people and society.
30,000 helpless convicts were quietly executed
The regime purported to be acting in accordance with the law when it committed this crime. They set up the Death Commissions in order to claim that the inmates had been tried. 30,000 helpless convicts, on the other hand, were quietly executed without any legal protection from the government or the Justice Ministry.” We are delighted to have followed out God’s commands regarding the Mojahedin-e Khalq [People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran)],” said Mostafa Pour-Mohammadi, a member of the 1988 Death Commissions, on July 29, 2019. My conscience is clear today.”
477 children and adolescents under the age of 18 were killed, including an 11-year-old and a 12-year-old. Another part of the 1988 crimes is the rape of women and girls in Khomeini’s jails.” I saw the body of PMOI martyr Fatemeh Seyyedi in the mortuary,” one mother who supports the PMOI wrote. “There were 50 of us, and they raped us all before they executed us,” she had written on her feet. Despite the fact that this horrible massacre occurred 33 years ago, the world still has no idea how large the crime was. Those in power in Iran continue to kill with impunity on a bigger scale.
Khamenei chose Ebrahim Raisi, a deputy prosecutor at the time
The fact that the perpetrators of the 1988 crime against humanity continue to carry out their crimes after more than three decades sets it apart from previous large-scale crimes. Those in the regime’s government who hold the top positions have yet to be brought to justice. Khamenei chose Ebrahim Raisi, a deputy prosecutor at the time and one of the primary participants of the 1988 Death Commissions, as President of the mullahs’ regime. Raisi is a thug in power to further Khamenei’s nefarious ambitions, and he should be held accountable for his crimes in the 1980s, notably those perpetrated during the bloody summer of 1988.
Practical efforts are being done in response to the Call for Justice campaign for the 1988 massacre. Hamid Noury, a 60-year-old deputy prosecutor of Gohardasht prison, was tried in Sweden for his role in the 1988 mass execution. The trial began in Stockholm in August 2021. Noury is accused of taking part in the 1988 mass killings. From July 30 to August 16, 1988, he is also accused of crimes against humanity and war crimes. Noury’s trial was covered by Al-Seyassah Daily, which spoke with three former political prisoners and plaintiffs who survived the 1988 massacre.
Genocide and a crime against humanity occurred in Iranian jails
“The 1988 massacre took the lives of thousands of political prisoners, most of them were members of the PMOI,” Al-Seyassah said in a report dated December 1, 2021. Iran’s Islamic establishment is concerned about legal implications. Until the announcement that legal proceedings regarding the slaughter had been pushed forward, the dictatorship had been unconcerned and confident about the case.”
Genocide and a crime against humanity occurred in Iranian jails in the 1980s, particularly in 1988. The senior officials participating in these crimes are Ali Khamenei, the regime’s supreme leader; Ebrahim Raisi, the President; and Gholam-Hossein Mohseni Ejei, the current head of the judiciary. They must be held accountable. The Iranian people’s Resistance will keep calling for justice until the masterminds and perpetrators of this massive crime against humanity are brought to justice.
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