Sam Ghandchiسام قندچي Shadi Sadr's Justice-For-Iran Uncovers a New Dimension of 1989 IRI Prisoner Massacres

Sam Ghandchi

سازمان عدالت برای ایرانِ شادی صدر بٌعد تازه ای را از کشتار 67 زندانیان آشکار می سازد

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Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI)'s massacre of Iranian political prisoners in 1989 on the eve of signing peace treaty with Saddam Hussein has been known for some time but it was always thought to have been a phenomena mostly limited to Iran' capital and the only noted mass grave was Khavaran unmarked cemetery in the outskirts of Tehran (1). But the investigations by <Justice For Iran> (2), an organization founded by Dr. Shadi Sadr (3), has revealed that mass graves from that time period similar to Khavaran are found in many other Iranian cities as well. This discovery has uncovered a new dimension of atrocities committed by Islamic Ku Klux Klan that has ruled Iran for 40 years. The finding of these mass graves is like excavations of mass graves left from the Mongolian Invasion, with the difference that those Mongols were a backward tribe that conquered societies more advanced than themselves and the retrogressive outcome was not something intentional by them, whereas IslamicKKK has been a force in Iran and the rest of Middle East that intentionally strives to counter modernism in these countries and
pushes them backwards to 1400 years ago, and to achieve its objective, has destroyed those who stood up to its attack on modernity (4).


Hoping for a democratic and secular futurist republic in Iran,


Sam Ghandchi
January 27, 2019




1.  Khavaran cemetery


2. Justice For Iran


3. Dr. Shadi Sadr

دکتر شادی صدر


4. IslamicKKK

کوکلاکس کلان اسلامی



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