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Once again another crime

Various United Nation bodies in the past 27 years condemned the Islamic Republic Regime for violation of human right.
According to article 35 and 36 of the constitution of the regime, everybody is assured the right of defense and the right of legal court, but even the criminal Iranian regime’s band does not stick to its own so called humane rules.
Since February 1979 the criminal rulers of Iran, have executed more than ten thousand patriots of Iran, without considering any legal procedures.
In a space of just 48 hours during the past week, they executed 12 people and issued 15 execution orders, which indeed is illegal, because they never considered any legal right on their procedures.( As Mr.Valyollah Fiez Mahdavi mentioned in his audio tape ).

Article 35: In all courts, two parties have right of selecting lawyer for themselves, even if are not able to get a lawyer, the court should provide one for them.
Article 36: Any sentence and execution must go through the justice court and according to the law.

We the undersigned declare that:
1- The executions that happened in the past, and the issuing execution order for Valyollah Fiez Mahdavi, and all political and normal prisoners are a crime against humanity.
2- Remembering the mass murders of political prisoners in the summer of 1988, we proclaim that the Islamic regime’s systematic invasion of people’s rights and human rights declarations will continue as long as they remain in power.
3- We demand from International Organization and other Human Rights bodies to break their purposeful silence and take swift action by using all facilities to prevent the eminent execution of Valyollah Fiez Mahdavi and other political murders.

 


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Warmest greetings to my dear compatriots in Iran and other countries!

My name is Valiollah Feiz Mahdavi. I was born on 5/11/1358 (25.01.1980) . In Mehr 1380 I was arrested by the Intelligence Ministry agents and charged with undermining national security and attempting to join the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran in Iraq. They kept me in solitary confinement for 546 days, during which time I was interrogated and subjected to harshest physical and psychological tortures. I was kept in a little, dimly lit cell; and when moved for any purpose I was shackled, cuffed and blindfolded.

These were the hardest days of my life. On a number of occasions they woke me up from sleep in middle of the night, took me outside, and told me ‘say your last wishes.’ Then one of them would fire a shot. Thinking I was hit, I would spend a few minutes in state of shock before being led back to my cell.

After this hellish period, they arranged a trial for me. I was sentenced to death in a summary court presided over by a judge named Haddad and held at the 26th branch of the Revolutionary Court in Tehran. At my sham trial I rejected all the charges and denounced the illegitimacy of the whole procedure where I had no legal representation and no jury was present.

On the same day, as a punishment for my protests, I was transferred to a prison in Kermanshah (Dizelabad Prison), where I spent the next few months under harshest conditions. In the last days of 1382, they returned me to Evin Prison in Tehran. But again, after a few months, because of an argument with Bakhtiari, the erstwhile head of the National Organization of Prisons, I was sent to a prison in Karaj (Rajai Shahr). I remember on my arrival the then head of the prison, Maleki, told me: ‘none of your protests would leave the walls of this prison’. From then to this day I have been a target of threats and even assaults by ordinary prisoners, instigated by prison officials. Calling my days here ‘living’ would be an outright abuse of this word. Of course, this is the situation of all political prisoners here, and thus has to be considered ‘normal’ for them.

A few days before the 1385 Norooz I was formally notified by the judiciary deputy of the prison that my death sentence will be carried out on Ordibehesht 26, 1385. But even before this official notice, both the head of the prison and the head of my section, Section 6, had on a number of occasions told me that my sentence would soon be carried out. Just last week the head of Section 6 summoned me to his office and, in an angry, threatening voice, told me: ‘why do you publicize your condition and sentence? It is not going to help you any more than it helped Hodjat Zamani’.

My dear compatriots and friends,
In the course of my struggle I learned that for freedom fighters it is not all that important to personally see realized the ultimate aim of their efforts and sacrifice. What is paramount for them is steadfastness in struggle. I truly believe that freedom, democracy and justice are as vital to human life as the air one breathes. I thus permit myself to ask you not to abandon our just fight against the oppressive regime of the mullahs. I also have a few words for the leaders and minions of the regime: we will never resign ourselves to the ignominy of surrendering to your repressive dictatorship, even if it will cost us our lives.

Long live an Iranian nation free from injustice, oppression and exploitation!
Valiollah Feiz Mahdavi (Rajai Shahr Prison)


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