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PARIS (AFP) : Iran on Sunday executed a political prisoner because authorities thought he was behind recent unrest in a Tehran prison, an exiled opposition group said.
Gholamreza Khosravi Savadjani was convicted of “waging war against God” (moharebeh) by helping the People’s Mujahedeen Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) and then hanged, state media reported.
NCRI- The inhumane regime of the mullahs in Iran, executed the political prisoner, Gholamreza Khosravi Savadjani this morning.
Gholamreza Khosravi , 49 was executed for supporting the PMOI and for standing firm against the velayat e faqih dictatorship in Iran. Gholamreza Khossravi spent 12 years of his life in mullahs’ regime dungeons under severe torture and harassment.
On May 28. Momeni, one of the head henchmen of Evin Prison, had threatened him for his effective role in the resistance of prisoners in Ward 350. He was subsequently sent to quarantine in Gohardasht Prison with his hands and feet enchained.
In the savage raid of April 17 on Ward 350 of Evin Prison, henchmen battered and injured Mr. Khossravi with special spite and brutality and he was transferred to the solitary confinement of Ward 240 with bloodied and bruised body while his head and face were wounded and his right ear torn.
NCRI - Speaking in support of the recent meeting Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of Iranian Resistance met Mr. Ahmad Jarba, the President of National Coalition for Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces, to forge closer ties between the two opposition movements, Mr Ziyad Hassan, member of Syrian National Council's Political Delegation said the movements seek freedom and dignity for their nations and the two should have sat behind the negotiating table long ago.
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of Iranian Resistance met Mr. Ahmad Jarba, the President of National Coalition for Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces in Paris on May 23, afternoon.
NCRI - Iranian Resistance leader Maryam Rajavi has called for urgent international protection for the residents of Camp Liberty and a full UN investigation to the attacks and hostage taking of Iranian dissidents in Iraq.
In a speech at the Canadian parliament, she urged Canada, and other western nations to help relocate the dissidents to their own countries. Mrs Rajavi said: "The situation in Camp Liberty is directly linked to the political crisis in Iran.
NCRI - A sit-in protest by Iranian opposition activists in front of the UN Headquarters in Geneva moved into its fourth year this week.
The daily protests demanding that the UN honors its commitments to protect Iranian dissidents in Camp Liberty has been ongoing for 1105 days on May 9.