March 21, 2010: Hassan Massali’s Statement at Japanese Embassy in Support of Jamal Saberi

photo courtesy of Saeed Salehinia

As summarized by Massali:

1- Several thousands of Iranian refugees are living in Turkey, Iraq, Pakistan, and India in a bad condition with no financial support and they have no security.

2- In some of these countries, the UNHCR officials are not cooperating and not supporting the human rights. They have rejected some cases and the people were forced to go back to Iran and were executed.

3- We must create an international solidarity committee to support Iranian secular movement and the refugees.

4- My suggestion is that all of the Iranian human rights activists shall create a coordination committee abroad

5- We must support all political activists whose lives are in danger.


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