Free Political Prisoners, Human Rights, No IRI at UN, Not One More Execution

TAKE ACTION: Demand that the Islamic Republic of Torture & Execution be Expelled from the United Nations || جهت اقدام: جمهوری کشتار و شکنجه اسلامی از سازمان ملل اخراج باید گردد

(ترجمه فارسی را در پایین متن انگلیسی میخوانید)
The recent wave of executions, death sentence implementation orders, and widespread detentions in Iran have ignited the protests of people inside and outside of the country. These events demand a response from governments worldwide and their organizations. Yet once again, governments and the United Nations refuse to act substantively and in the interests of Iranian people.

The killing in Iran cannot continue without response from the world’s governing bodies. There is a need, and a demand, for a call to action with a clear demand, target, and objective – an action that is an effective yet ethical alternative: a diplomatic sanction, simple and effective and within reach of the UN as a collective action, as well as individual member states. We have therefore issued an open letter to the United Nations that points to the UN’s historical complicity in the Islamic regime’s crimes against humanity, and demands that the UN cease its legitimation of this regime of executions. The letter demands that the International Committee of the Red Cross obtain access to the Islamic Republic’s prisons, and that the United Nations expels the Islamic Republic from the UN.

In the face of the executions and attacks on people in Iran, a unity has developed across the various groups that oppose the violence and bloodshed of this regime. With this unity behind a common objective, we ask all honorable people worldwide, Iranian and non-Iranian, to consider these demands, and sign under this letter by writing your name and any comments you may have in the comment box below. The letter with all signatures will be presented to the United Nations on 22 Bahman (February 11, 2011).

Open Letter to the UN: Expel the Islamic Republic of Political Imprisonment, Torture, and Execution.

To United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon, and to all member states of the UN:

In the 1980s, the Islamic Republic of Iran executed thousands upon thousands of political prisoners. This mass-slaughter was among the worst crimes against humanity since the Second World War, a perspective espoused by Geoffrey Robertson, a ‘distinguished jurist’ member of the United Nations Justice Council.

It is true that many outside Iran did not know much about these mass murders, but the United Nations knew exactly what was happening inside the Islamic Republic’s prisons. It knew about the mass slaughters. It knew about the secret burials. It knew about them immediately after they started. The United Nations willfully, intentionally ignored the slaughter of thousands upon thousands of political prisoners in Iran. Worse, the United Nations allowed its Special Representative Reynaldo Galindo Pohl to whitewash the situation in Iran, as is clearly documented in Robertson’s report on the prison massacres of 1988.

The United Nations, through its malignant neglect of the mass executions, tortures, and political imprisonments, and in shameful contradiction to its responsibility and mandate, gave the Islamic Republic official permission to continue its crimes against humanity with impunity. The United Nations was documentably complicit in those crimes against humanity.

And as a result of the UN’s permissiveness and complicity in the Islamic Republic’s crimes against humanity, these crimes have continued to this day.

The Islamic Republic is still executing prisoners en masse, including political prisoners. And the UN has done nothing. The Islamic Republic couldn’t execute Sakineh, so they killed Shahla Jahed instead. And the UN has said nothing. The Islamic Republic couldn’t execute Habibollah Latifi, so they killed Ali Saremi and Ali-Akbar Siadat instead. And the UN has said nothing. In the face of the arrest of thousands in the wake of the 2009 uprisings, once again, the United Nations and its constituent governments have done functionally nothing beyond issuing yet another “condemnation” of the atrocities of this criminal entity, the Islamic Republic of Iran – an entity which is a member state of the UN and which is bound by UN conventions including the UN Declaration of Human Rights.

It is time for the UN to stop issuing toothless, inactionable condemnations of this regime’s atrocities – condemnations that become meaningless the moment those for whom rape is a national policy, and gender apartheid a pillar of its constitution, are welcomed onto the UN Commission on the Status of Women. Condemnations that ring absurd the instant those who jail, torture and execute labor activists are given leave to set foot in the meetings of the International Labor Organization. Condemnations that become duplicitous the second that the German government defends the regime of mass-murderers by smashing the bones of Iranian opposition members crying out for freedom and justice. Condemnations that ring hollow as the Greek government repeatedly, cravenly sends its forces to attack Iranian political asylum seekers.

In the name of Habibollah Latifi, at risk of execution at any moment, Ja’afar Kazemi, Zeinab Jalalian, Yusef Nadarkhani, Shirko Maarefi, Hossein Khezri (who was executed in secret by the Islamic Republic between the time of writing and publishing this letter) and many other political prisoners awaiting death in the regime’s torture houses while the United Nations fails to substantively, diplomatically sanction this regime;

In the name of Ali Saremi, Farzad Kamangar, Shirin Alam Houli, Mohsen Beikvand, Mona Mahmudinezhad, and tens of thousands of other political prisoners already killed, executed en masse while the UN has stood by, watching these crimes against humanity unfolding and doing nothing;

In the name of 500 nameless, paperless human beings slaughtered like animals in Vakil Abad prison in the past few months by this most monstrous of regimes, yet for whom no government – nor the United Nations – has yet raised an inquiry;

In the name of all political prisoners in the Islamic Republic’s torture houses: in the name of Nasrin Sotoudeh, Kamiar and Arash Alaei, Zahra Kazemi, Behrouz Javid Tehrani, Houtan Javid Kian, Reza Shahabi, Mansour Osanloo, Behnam Ebrahim-Zadeh;

In the name of the oceans of women and men, our sisters and brothers, who poured into the streets of Iran last year demanding freedom, equality, and a humane society, yet who were met with violence of barbaric proportions, detention, torture, rape and execution while the UN and its constituent governments watched and worried… not about the regime’s killings but about how to engage with Iran over its nuclear program;

We demand that the United Nations cease mouthing words without meaning, and start acting in support of the rights of Iranian people. It is time, once and for all, to withdraw your implicit and explicit support for this mass-murdering regime.

We demand immediate and mandatory free access of representatives of the International Committee of the Red Cross to all prisons of the Islamic Republic, and first and foremost Evin and Rajaei Shahr (Gohardasht).

We demand unconditional and immediate release of all political prisoners.

We demand that the United Nations expel from its membership the Islamic Republic of rape, torture, stoning and execution, which has repeatedly and unabashedly violated virtually every principle in the UN Charter, not to mention the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Anything less is a betrayal of the people of Iran, and a signal that the Islamic Republic has the UN’s blessing to continue the slaughter and mass repression of 75 million Iranian people.

It is time for the UN to take appropriate action by refusing to further legitimize this regime.

It is time for the UN to expel the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Sincerely,
The Undersigned

FARSI:

مدخل نامه ای به سازمان ملل متحد

موج اخیر اعدامها، تائید احکام اعدام، و بازداشت های گسترده در ایران به شعله اعتراضات مردم چه در داخل و چه در خارج ایران دامن زده است. این جرایم نیازمند پاسخی از سوی دولتها و سازمانهایشان در سراسر جهان اند با این همه یک بار دیگر، دولتها و سازمان ملل متحد از واکنش اساسی و در جهت منافع مردم ایران امتناع میورزند.

این کشتار وحشیانه باید متوقف شود. اکنون ضروریست که سازمان ملل، و کشورهای عضو اقداماتی عاجل، قابل اجرا، و انسانی‌ و اخلاقی‌، اقدامت سیاسی و دیپلماتیک را به منظور اعمال فشار بر جمهوری اسلامی در دستور خود بگذارند.
ما در نامه سرگشاده زیر ضمن اشاره به اغماض تاریخی سازمان ملل در قبال جنایت رژیم اسلامی و بعضا حتی پرده پوشی هدفمند و آگاهانه جنایات این رژیم ضدّ بشری،از این نهاد جهانی‌ و کشور‌های عضو میخواهیم که به مشروعیت رژیم اعدام و شکنجه و زندان حاتمه دهد . ما خواهان دسترسی‌ بدون قید و شرط صلیب سرخ بین المللی به تمام زندانهای جمهوری اسلامی هستیم. ما خواهان اخراج جمهوری اسلامی از سازمان ملل هستیم.

امروز در اعتراض به موج اعدامها و سایر وحشیگری‌های رژیم اسلامی وحدتی جهانی‌ در شرف شکل گرفتن است.  در راستای این حرکت عظیم توده‌ای جهانی‌، ما از مردم شریف جهان، چه ایرانی و چه غیر ایرانی میخواهیم که خواسته‌های مطرح شده در این نامه را ملاحظه کرده و با افزودن نام خود به فهرست امضا کنندگان به وزن سیاسی مطالبات ما بیفزایند. برای امضا این نامه میتوانید به لینک ناشر این نامه مراجعه کنید.
این نامه با کلیه امضاها در تاریخ 22 بهمن 2011 فوریه 11 به سازمان ملل متحد ارائه خواهد شد.

نامه سرگشاده به سازمان ملل:

مشروعیت دادن به جمهوری اسلامی، رژیم زندان، شکنجه ، و اعدام را متوقف کنید

به دبیر کل سازمان ملل متحد ، بان کی مون ، و به همه کشورهای عضو سازمان ملل متحد:

در دهه 1980، جمهوری اسلامی ایران ده‌ها هزار زندانی سیاسی را اعدام کرد این قتل عام را جفری رابرتسون ، “حقوقدان برجسته شورای عدالت” سازمان ملل متحد یکی‌ از وحشتناکترین جنایات علیه بشریت پس از جنگ جهانی دوم دانسته است.

درست است که بسیاری در خارج از ایران چیز زیادی در مورد این قتل عام نمی دانستند ، اما سازمان ملل متحد دقیقا از آنچه در داخل زندان های جمهوری اسلامی میگذشت آگاه بود. می‌ دانست که قتل عامی‌ در جریان است، و از ایجاد گورهای بی‌ نام و نشان اطلاع داشت. سازمان ملل از همان آغاز این کشتار‌ها از وقوع آنها اطلاع داشت
. سازمان ملل متحد آگاهانه و تعمدا کشتار هزاران هزار زندانی سیاسی در ایران را نادیده گرفت. از این هم بدتر، سازمان ملل متحد اجازه داد نماینده ویژه اش رینالدو گالیندوپل این کشتار‌های جمعی را لاپوشا نی کند  و این بوضوح در گزارش رابرتسون در مورد کشتار زندانیان در سال 1988 ثبت شده است.

سازمان ملل متحد ، با نادیده گرفتن اعدام های دسته جمعی ، شکنجه ، احکام طولانی مدت زندان، و در تضاد شرم آور با مسئولیت و اختیارات خود، به جمهوری اسلامی مجوز رسمی داد که بی‌ دغدغه به جنایات خود علیه بشریت ادامه دهد
سازمان ملل متحد بطور مستند در جنایات جمهوری اسلامی علیه بشریت همدست بوده و در نتیجه این همدستی و سکوت این جنایات تا به امروز ادامه داشته است.
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جمهوری اسلامی هنوز هم به اعدام جمعی زندانیان، از جمله زندانیان سیاسی ادامه می دهد و سازمان ملل متحد هیچ اقدامی نمیکند. جمهوری اسلامی نمی تواند سکینه را اعدام کند ، در عوض شهلا جاهد را میکشد و سازمان ملل متحد هیچ نمیگوید. جمهوری اسلامی نمی تواند حبیب الله لطیفی را اعدام کند، در عوض علی صارمی و علی اکبر سیادت را میکشد، باز هم سازمان ملل سکوت می‌کند. بهنگام دستگیری هزارلن نفر در پی خیزش های 2009 ، یک بار دیگر ، سازمان ملل متحد و دولت های تشکیل دهنده آن کارکردی فراتر از صدور “محکومیت” جنایات  دار و دسته جنایتکارجمهوری اسلامی ایران نداشته است– رژیمی که عضو سازمان ملل متحد ، و ملزم به رعایت کنوانسیون های آن از جمله اعلامیه حقوق بشر است.
وقت آن است که سازمان ملل متحد به صدور قطعنامه‌های بی‌ تاثیر و بدون نتیجه عملی‌ محکومیت این رژیم جنایتکار پایان دهد– صدور قطعنامه‌هائی که در مقابل رژیمی که، تجاوزسیاست ملی اش و تبعیض جنسی یکی‌ از ارکان قانون اساسی آن است، رنگ میبازد،. قطعنامه‌هایی‌ که به محض صحه گذاشتن بر عضویت رژیمی که فعالین کارگری را اعدام، زندانی و شکنجه می‌کند در سازمان جهانی‌ کار سازمان ملل پوچ و بی‌خاصیت میگردند . قطعنامه‌هائی که آن زمان که پلیس آلمان وحشیانه استخوان سر و صورت و دست و پای معترضین به جنایات رژیم اسلامی را در مقابل سفارت این باند چاقوکش و متجاوز خورد می‌‌کند ، نه سند محکومیت جنایت رژیم اسلامی، بلکه سند دورویی اعضا سازمان ملل در قبال مردم معترض و اپوزوسیون سیاسی این جنایتکاران در خارج از ایران است. قطعنامه‌هایی‌ که با تعرض سبعانه و پی‌ در پی‌ پلیس یونان به پناهجویان سیاسی ایران از هرگونه محتوا خالی‌ میشود
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به نام حبیب الله لطیفی، که هر لحظه در خطر اعدام است، جعفر کاظمی، زینب جلالیان، یوسف ندارخانی، شیرکو معارفی، حسین خضری(با قلبی پر از اندوه اضافه می‌کنیم که پس از نگارش این متن به زبان انگلیسی، حسین عزیز هم قربانی انسان ستیزی رژیم جنایت شد) و بسیاری دیگر از زندانیان سیاسی که در انتظار اعدام در شکنجه خانه های رژیم اسلامی بسر می برند به سازمان ملل و تمام اعضایش که با دیپلماسی بی‌ خاصیتشان؛

به نام علی صارمی، فرزاد کمانگر، شیرین علم هولی، محسن بیکوند، مونا محمودی نژاد، و ده ها هزار زندانی سیاسی دیگر، که اعدام دست جمعی اعدام شده اند و سازمان ملل و تمام اعضایش تنها ناظران بی‌ خاصیت  وقوع این جنایات علیه تمام بشریت بودند؛
به نام آن ۵۰۰ انسان بی‌ نام و نشانی‌ که مانند احشام در زندان وکیل آباد مشهد توسط این قصابان کشتار شدند، و هیچ یک از اعضا سازمان ملل، هیچ یک از نهاد‌های مربوطه این سازمان اقدامی برای پیگیری این کشتار انسانها انجام نداده است؛
به نام همه زندانیان سیاسی در شکنجه خانه ها ی جمهوری اسلامی: به نام نسرین ستوده، کامیار و آرش علایی، زهرا کاظمی، بهروز جاوید تهرانی، هوتن جاوید کیان، رضا شهابی، منصور اسانلو، بهنام ابراهیم زاده ؛

به نام دریایی از زنان و مردان، خواهران و برادرانمان، که در سال گذشته برای آزادی، برابری و جامعه انسانی به خیابان های ایران ریختند، و با خشونتی وحشیانه، بازداشت، شکنجه،  اعدام مواجه شدند در حالی که سازمان ملل متحد و اعضایش، ناظران بی‌ دغدغه این همه جنایت بودند و اگر دغدغه‌ای بود بر سر چگونگی‌ کنار آمدن با این قاتلان بر سر مساله هسته ا‌ی بود ؛
به نام مردم ایران از سازمان ملل میخواهیم که دست از گفتار بی‌ عمل برداشته و به دفاع از حقوق انسانی‌ مردم ایران برخیزد.
زمان آن فرا رسیده است که یکبار و برای همیشه ، به حمایت ضمنی و صریح خود از این رژیم کشتارجمعی پایان دهید.

ما خواستار دسترسی آزادانه، فوری و بدون قید و شرط نمایندگان کمیته بین المللی صلیب سرخ به همه زندانهای جمهوری اسلامی ، و در درجه اول اوین و رجائی شهر (گوهردشت) هستیم.
ما خواهان آزادی بی قید و شرط و فوری همه زندانیان سیاسی میباشیم.
ما خواهان آنیم که جمهوری اسلامی،رژیم تجاوز ، شکنجه، سنگسار و اعدام، که بارها و تقریبا هر اصل منشور سازمان ملل و اعلامیه جهانی حقوق بشر را نقض کرده است از عضویت سازمان ملل اخراج شود. هراقدامی کمتر از این خیانت به مردم ایران است ، و حاکی از آن است که جمهوری اسلامی رضایت سازمان ملل متحد برای ادامه کشتار و سرکوب توده 75 میلیون ایرانی را به همراه دارد.
وقت آن رسیده است که سازمان ملل متحد برای رفع مشروعیت این رژیم، دست به اقدام بزند.
جای سران رژیم اسلامی دادگاه‌های جهانی‌ برای رسیدگی به جرایم این قاتلان بر علیه بشریت، و نسل کشی‌ است. این جنایت کاران باید از تمام ارگانهای سازمان ملل و خود این سازمان اخراج گردند.

با احترام ،
امضا کنندگان

Translation to Farsi: PR for Personal Rights
Editing: Ahmad Fatemi

Discussion

52 thoughts on “TAKE ACTION: Demand that the Islamic Republic of Torture & Execution be Expelled from the United Nations || جهت اقدام: جمهوری کشتار و شکنجه اسلامی از سازمان ملل اخراج باید گردد

  1. Maria Rohaly, Mission Free Iran

    Posted by missionfreeiran | January 17, 2011, 5:27 pm
  2. Urgent Action:
    All Political Prisoners in Iran shou;d be released without any condition.

    Posted by Soror Irani | January 17, 2011, 6:06 pm
  3. Demand that the Islamic Republic of Torture & Execution be Expelled from the United Nations! All the knowed or unknowed political prisoniers must be relaesed immediatly.
    Freedom , Democatry and equality in Iran !

    Posted by Dr.Sohela Jandi | January 17, 2011, 6:26 pm
  4. Is that “Human Right” or “Dictator Regimes Right?!”
    We need Free Iranian Political Prisoners.
    We need Free Iran.
    We want you to kick the Iranian Regime out of “UN”.
    We want you to stop Business with Dictators.
    We need democracy & Freedom for all Iranian People, & we need Freedom & Equality for all.

    Posted by ray | January 17, 2011, 9:32 pm
  5. “The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil, but because of those who look on and do nothing.” – Albert Einstein

    Shame on all UN member states who look on and do nothing! You deserve this world!

    Posted by Ham Sangar | January 18, 2011, 12:02 am
  6. .
    We need Free Iran.
    We want you to kick the Iranian Regime out of “UN”.
    We want you to stop Business with Dictators.
    We need democracy & Freedom for all Iranian People, & we need Freedom & Equality for all.

    Posted by ali | January 18, 2011, 3:34 am
  7. All Free Nations that have signed treaties condemning barbaric torure, illegal imprisonment and exucutions, should immediately expel all Iranian diplomats, and close every Islamic Republic of Iran mission. Years of meaningless negotiations have done nothing but encourage this barbaric regime to murder more and more of its innocent civilians. It is time to proseccute these criminals.

    Posted by Walton K. Martin III | January 18, 2011, 4:13 am
  8. Is the United Nations a viable forum to address the outrages committed against the individual rights of people all around the world–or is it a haven for tyrants and despots where they can hypocritically cloak their crimes against their own people in the ever-cheaper robes of “international legitimacy”? It is high time to decide. I mention Rwanda and Bosnia (leaving out so many others) only to point out one salient fact–Iran may be your last chance!

    Posted by John S. Burke | January 18, 2011, 4:40 am
  9. Free Iran! Free ALL political prisoners! Make Human Rights instead of nuclear your top agenda!!! “V”

    Posted by Tia Sorensen | January 18, 2011, 6:00 am
  10. We demand the immediate & unconditional freedom for all political prisoners, access of International Red Cross to regime prisons (especially Evin & Rajaei Shahr), and for the United Nations to expel the Islamic Republic from its membership.

    Posted by Haleh Houshmand | January 18, 2011, 7:35 am
  11. The UN. & other universal organizations must help us to overthrow the Islamic Republic murderers ; terrorism , rape , stoning , execution , torture & the like are their business , let’s wipe out the dirtiest regime the world has already seen through which we can make a better world for living in peace .

    Posted by Mehdi P. | January 18, 2011, 9:50 am
  12. “The sons of Adam are limbs of each other, Having been created of one essence.
    When the calamity of time affects one limb The other limbs cannot remain at rest.
    If thou hast no sympathy for the troubles of others
    Thou art unworthy to be called by the name of a human.”

    This poem by Saadi is inscribed on the entrance of the United Nations.
    Members of the United Nations…have sympathy for the pain of Iranians if you want to be worthy to be called by the name of human..
    Pressure the islamic republic into freeing not only the political prisoners but more than 70 millions who live under a blood thirsty regime!

    Posted by Azita Kiai | January 18, 2011, 10:31 am
  13. It is time for the UN to take appropriate action by refusing to further legitimize this regime. It is time for the UN to expel the Islamic Republic of Iran.

    Posted by Ahmad Fatemi | January 18, 2011, 11:19 am
  14. The UN could show that Iran needs to respect each human being, let the people have their opinion, let them be themselves and free.

    Posted by Anna Niemi | January 18, 2011, 11:20 am
  15. An evil regime like the present one in Iran, which execute and imprison innocent people, should have no place in the United Nation. They don’t listen to reason. You need to show them that this behaviour is not acceptable.

    Posted by Katarina Brusewitz | January 18, 2011, 12:48 pm
  16. Kick war monger, criminal murderer Iran out of the United Nations!

    Posted by Patrick Weiss | January 18, 2011, 1:49 pm
  17. Iranian people derserve better than this regime. Remove Islamic Regime from UN.
    Free all political prisoners, Equal rights in Iran.

    Posted by Mona Kashef | January 18, 2011, 3:20 pm
  18. It is time that UN and Amnesty Internal take an action againdt the criminal-fascist regime in Iran to stop the execution, stoning the women and other criminal acts in Islamic Republic of Iran

    Posted by Hassan Massali | January 18, 2011, 3:42 pm
  19. It is time for the UN to take appropriate action by refusing to further legitimize this regime. It is time for the UN to expel the Islamic Republic of Iran.
    Reply

    Posted by Sylvie Sevigny | January 18, 2011, 7:14 pm
  20. Peace is the responsibilty of us all.

    Posted by Dana Hancock | January 18, 2011, 7:47 pm
  21. Maryam Nayeb Yazdi

    Posted by Maryam Nayeb Yazdi | January 18, 2011, 7:52 pm
  22. Genocide is happening today in countries where dictators and people who only care about power are ruling! Sometimes genocide goes unnoticed because governments have a way of hiding their dirty deeds, and for that reason it probably never stops. Such is the case in Iran. Such has been the case for the past 31 years in Iran!

    Real leadership is not about prestige, power or status. It is about responsibility and accountability to the people–the citizens of the nation. This kind of leadership has been void in Iran under the leadership of the Islamic Republic of Iran. A government’s first and foremost objective and priority is to serve and protect its citizens. The IRI has no concept of the meaning of ‘to serve and protect’. Instead, they have the blood of thousands of their own citizens on their hands.

    A government guilty of genocide should not be given the distinct privilege of being an active member of the United Nations. I demand that the Islamic Republic of Iran— Islamic Republic of Torture & Execution be Expelled from the United Nations! Thank you!

    Posted by Chantel Marques | January 18, 2011, 11:39 pm
  23. It is really time for United Nations to open their eyes and take action towards human dignity and human rights in Iran.

    Posted by Babak Ardalan | January 19, 2011, 12:43 am
  24. Free All political prisoners in IRAN

    Posted by soheila | January 19, 2011, 11:01 am
  25. Free Iran! Free ALL Political Prisoners IN IRAN

    Posted by Soheila Mousavy | January 19, 2011, 11:04 am
  26. Iran must comply with UN resolutions as all member states must, or be expelled.

    Posted by Allyson Skikas Johnson | January 19, 2011, 12:50 pm
  27. The Islamic Republic of Iran must be condemned for its brutal actions in the strongest possible manner!

    Posted by Alice MacArthur | January 20, 2011, 11:49 am
  28. It is time for the United Nations to realize that by expelling the barbaric Islamic Republic of Iran from its rank of civilized societies, it will only increase its status and its credibility.

    Posted by Helene Monteil | January 20, 2011, 12:05 pm
  29. We demand that the United Nations expel from its membership the Islamic Republic of rape, torture, stoning and execution, which has repeatedly and unabashedly violated virtually every principle in the UN Charter, not to mention the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Anything less is a betrayal of the people of Iran, and a signal that the Islamic Republic has the UN’s blessing to continue the slaughter and mass repression of 75 million Iranian people.

    Posted by Nancy Wade | January 20, 2011, 2:40 pm
  30. UN serve Islamic Republic of Iran for the last 32 years, It is time for the UN to expel the Islamic Republic of Iran.
    Free all political prisoners in Iran .

    Posted by Sarah Asali | January 20, 2011, 5:49 pm
  31. Free Iran

    Posted by Brooke Jade | January 20, 2011, 6:00 pm
  32. It is time for the UN to take action against authorities at the highest levels of government in Iran who have grossly violated international laws on both a nuclear and human rights front. Human rights organizations should condemn this vile government and call for a new a just government free of discrimination and oppression.

    Posted by Victoria Taylor | January 21, 2011, 10:36 am
  33. There should be no place in UN for a country that violates Human Rights on such a scale. 80 documented executions in the first 30 days of 2011, some 100 journalists in jail. It is disgusting. Marg bar diktator. Marg bar Jomhuriye Eslami!

    Posted by Ali Reza Soleimani | January 21, 2011, 4:26 pm
  34. As all declarations of the UN showed no effect on Iran, expelling this regime from the United Nations would be a clear sign that violating the international laws (the country has signed those) is not acceptable.
    People of Iran need our support and solidarity !

    Posted by L. B. | January 21, 2011, 4:28 pm
  35. Free all political prisoners in Iran!

    Posted by Pardis Partow | January 22, 2011, 1:22 pm
  36. UN must do the right thing and expel Islamic republic of Rape & Torture of Iran. UN owes this to humanity and future generation of Iranian.
    UN must add heart to its action otherwise blood of all killed by IRI will be on hands of every member of UN.

    Posted by sima ashrafinia | January 22, 2011, 5:50 pm
  37. We are witnessing genocide in Iran. I am sure it will be few years before United nations comes to that conclusion or admission, but if we wait for that we have lost many human lives. We as a human race, regardless of our nationalities and all the “isms” need to stand united for dignity and right to life of all humans.
    Tell your governments, tell your leaders, and tell your friends that you are not going to sit silently while these criminal acts are taking place in Iran.

    Posted by Gigi Nikpour | January 22, 2011, 5:51 pm
  38. As a German, I know what happened in the concentration camps and prisons of Nazi Germany. The present political system in Iran is very similar to the Nazi dictatorship. Each day, you can find new information about torture, public executions, amputations, illegitimate imprisonments, censorship of TV and press, bans from professional work as well as travelling, and suppression of women on the web sites of news magazines. The Iranian government and the Iranian juridical system are not willing to accept international agreements about human rights. At the same time, more than 85% of Iranian people are living under the poverty line and millions of Dollars are spent for the acquisition/development of new weapons and the support of terroristic organizations. It is time for the UN to take appropriate action by refusing to further legitimize this barbarian regime. It is time to expel the Islamic Republic of Iran from the UN and to free the Iranian people.

    Posted by Uwe Durer | January 22, 2011, 6:12 pm
  39. Stop the torture, hangings, stonings. Investigate human rights abuses in Iran!

    Posted by Harsha Prabhu | January 22, 2011, 7:53 pm
  40. I demand that the United Nations expel from its membership the fascist regime of Mullahs of Iran that falsely claims to be the Islamic Republic of Iran. It is nothing but a barbaric regime of rape, torture, stoning and execution, which has repeatedly and unabashedly violated virtually every principle in the UN Charter, not to mention the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Anything less is a betrayal of the people of Iran, and a signal that the so called “Islamic Republic of Iran” has the UN’s blessing to continue the slaughter and mass repression of 75 million Iranian people.

    Posted by Nader Moavenian | January 23, 2011, 8:42 am
  41. I demand that the United Nations expel from its membership the fascist regime of Mullahs of Iran that falsely claims to be the Islamic Republic of Iran. It is nothing but a barbaric regime of rape, torture, stoning and execution, which has repeatedly and unabashedly violated virtually every principle in the UN Charter, not to mention the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Anything less is a betrayal of the people of Iran, and a signal that the so called “Islamic Republic of Iran” has the UN’s blessing to continue the slaughter and mass repression of 75 million Iranian people.

    Posted by farzaneh | January 23, 2011, 10:42 am
  42. Enough with this nonsense! It’s time to stop talking and start taking actions UN. Freedom for the people of Iran! Freedom for the hikers! Freedom for Saeed Malekpour, Zahra Bahrami and all those others being held in the name of this boodthirsty regime! If there is one thing we learned from WOI and WOII it is that we should NEVER look away and allow this to happen and that goes especially for the bodies and organisations that govern the world; THIS is your duty to humanity!

    Posted by Danielle Vermanen | January 23, 2011, 5:20 pm
  43. high time iran was thrown out of un and its human rights abuses must be paid for and the political prisoners released at once

    Posted by joan cove | January 23, 2011, 6:36 pm
  44. Stop the torture, hangings, stonings. Investigate human rights abuses in Iran

    Posted by ali | January 24, 2011, 5:34 am
  45. Iran is not a free country, People are not free to express theirselves.
    Iran is the old and large Persia, rich in culture and history, respected all over the world for the demonstration of freedom granted to the conquered lands.
    Today, however, shows its ferocity to the world. It’s impossible to think that just for ideologies against the regime or crimes committed against an imposed religion they can lead people in prison, where they are tortured, abused and finally killed (sometimes even if innocent). WE demand JUSTICE, but TRUE JUSTICE; we demand that all free and conscious countries stop this abomination!

    Posted by Maria Cristina Siena | January 24, 2011, 6:09 am
  46. Demand that the Islamic Republic of Torture & Execution be Expelled from the United Nations

    Posted by Faramarz Safadeh | January 24, 2011, 7:19 am
  47. stop the torture ,hangings, stonings

    Posted by shahdokht | January 24, 2011, 10:27 am
  48. Iran must abide by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the UN Charter. Even though it is not the only member that engages in these monstrous activities, it, along with those other countries, should be condemned for them and made to pay the price for their current intransigence.

    Posted by Hassan I | January 24, 2011, 10:55 am
  49. Islamic Republic of Iran in 32 years does not believe in Universal Declaration of Human Rights. So,Islamic Terrorist Regime of Iran must be exple from the United Nation.Down with Islamic Republic of Iran .

    Posted by Mohammad Mazraekar | January 24, 2011, 2:30 pm
  50. Free Iran from Non-human rights, tortures, stoning, killing and political prisoners.
    I am wondering how long before UN does anything about this unjust regime and animal mullahs who kill their own people. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH. Down with islamic and barbaric regime of Mullahs, Long live Iranian people.

    Posted by Cyrus Pars | January 26, 2011, 9:02 am
  51. Demand that the Islamic Republic of Torture & Execution be Expelled from the United Nations! All the knowed or unknowed political prisoniers must be relaesed immediatly.
    Freedom , Democatry and equality in Iran !

    Posted by Shary | January 31, 2011, 11:52 am

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