supporters to the Secretary General of the United Nations and attendees of the sixteen Nonaligned Movement summit
- We and our supporters have expressed our sufferings during the last thirty three years in many letters and petitions sent to your office and maybe if attention had been paid to us earlier, the injustices of the Islamic regime have had ended already. Maybe if the complains about the mass killings of 1988 had been listened to, the best of our youth, who came out to protest the result of the rigged election of May 2009, had not been kidnaped in broad daylight or shot at by the mercenaries and plain clothed security forces, hundreds of political-civil activists had not been sent to Kahrizak prison, tortured and sexually assaulted or hanged in public. Right now, tens of human rights defense lawyers are in prisons under physical and psychological intimidations, only for upholding their professional ethics in defending their clients. Tens of political prisoners are in hunger strike and a lot of them at this moment are in urgent need of medical attention or the allowed temporary leave. A lot of them are activist women and mothers, who are kept away from their families with vague and fabricated accusations of action against national security and their children are growing without them.
- Do you see any glimpse of justice and respect for human rights in this short report which only depicts the conditions of the Islamic regime briefly? Do all these crimes and discriminations match the regimes religious pretentiousness?