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Iran: Increasing protests to the execution of 3 Kurds & IRGC attack on Kurdish dissidents

The criminal missile attack targeting Iranian Kurdish dissident groups in Iraq
The criminal missile attack targeting Iranian Kurdish dissident groups in Iraq

Reported by PMOI/MEK


Iran, Sept. 15, 2018 - The Australian Committee of Supporters of Democracy in Iran issued a letter to their Foreign Minister condemning the Iranian regime’s execution of three Kurdish political prisoners and the Revolutionary Guards’ (IRGC) missile attack against Iraq-based Kurdish dissident groups. This committee called on Australia’s top diplomat, the government of Australia and the United Nations Security Council to condemn these measures by Tehran’s mullahs.


Loghman and Zaniar Moradi

Loghman and Zaniar Moradi


Ramin Hossein Panahi

Ramin Hossein Panahi


Iranian organizations

The ruthless execution of three Kurdish political prisoners, Ramin Hossein Panahi, Loghman and Zaniar Moradi, and the criminal missile attack targeting Iranian Kurdish dissident groups in Iraq continue to be the subject of new attacks by Iranians throughout the country.

A group of rug makers, metallurgy experts in Tehran, teachers and retired individuals in Markazi Province, university professors, industrial workshop owners in Karaj, a group of school teachers in Sistan & Baluchistan Province, teachers in Kerman Province, currency exchange store-owners in Tehran’s bazaar all signed statements and letters to various international organizations and the United Nations Secretary-General demanding the UN Security Council to evaluate the Iranian regime’s human rights violations dossier.

These entities described the executions and missile attack as more examples of the mullahs’ barbarism and neglect to international law and basic human rights principles, and a ruthless massacre, adding it is necessary for the UN Security Council to see into this dire matter.


Different cities

A number of other entities supporting the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) in various cities across Iran issued statements and sent letters to the UN Secretary-General and UN entities also demanding action in the face of the Iranian regime’s recent measures. They include:

-Statement of bazaar merchants in Tehran (PMOI/MEK supporters)

-Political prisoners in Isfahan Province

-Athletes in Alborz Province

-PMOI/MEK supporters & families of executed individuals (Zanjan, northwest Iran)

-Retired teachers in Tehran Province

-Teachers in Khuzistan Province

-Store owners in Islamabad Gharb (west)

-Youth in Karaj, west of Tehran

-College students in Ahvaz

-College students in Shiraz

-Families of PMOI/MEK martyrs in Kermanshah

-College students in Mahshahr

-Banned poets & writers (PMOI/MEK supporters) in Alborz Province

-Store owners in Mazandaran Province

-Employees of the Oslavieh industrial complex

-PMOI/MEK supporters in Isfahan

These statements & letters express their sympathy with the family and friends of those who have lost their lives for freedom in Iran.

A group of people in Sanandaj, western Iran, held a rally in the city’s Shapour Avenue chanting, “Release all political prisoners.”

Following the general strike in Iran’s Kurdistan regions protesting the execution of three Kurdish political prisoners, the family of Ramin Hossein Panahi expressed their gratitude for all those who took part in this protest movement.

“Our son was executed for his struggle for freedom for Iran’s Kurdistan,” they said. “Thank you, to all the Ramin’s of Kurdistan. Today, you responded to the unjust killings of our children.”


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