Masoud Dalvand: On February 11, the mullah dictatorship will be forty years old in Iran.
Forty years of bloody tyranny, repression and torture and imprisonment, corruption and poverty, warfare and export of crisis and terrorism to the Middle East and even the furthest countries of the world, the destruction of the environment of Iran and many other catastrophes that resulted from the rule of the criminal mullahs on Iran have been.
The Iranian regime knows that the moment it stops its systematic use of execution, torture and suppression, it will collapse at the hands of the people of #Iran. #چهل_سال_دیکتاتوری #IStandWithMaryamRajavi https://t.co/0FWjnqWDhX @USAdarFarsi pic.twitter.com/NeVzn7WRQW
— Toward Freedom (@TowardFreedom95) January 27, 2019
A very informative article on the website of Iran News Wire has been published on the torture and execution of this regime which I invite you to read this helpful and informative article.
40 Year Legacy of the Islamic Republic of Iran
-Death and Execution
The Iranian regime knows that the moment it stops its systematic use of execution, torture and suppression, it will collapse at the hands of the people of Iran.
Execution of Iranian Kurds
Hundreds of Kurds were executed in 1981 on the direct command of Ruhollah Khomeini, the founder and Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Most executions were carried out in public after the victims were asked a few questions without the possibility to defend themselves.
Iran’s “hanging judge”, Sadegh Khalkhali was responsible for the execution of more than 8,000 men and women including Iranian Kurds.
“If my victims were to come back on earth, I would execute them again, without exceptions,” he said in an interview with the French Le Figaro newspaper.
Execution of political prisoners
From 1982 to 1986, more than 11,000 political prisoners and prisoners of conscience were killed by the firing squad or under torture in Iranian prisons.
In the summer of 1988, the Iranian regime summarily and extra-judicially executed tens of thousands of political prisoners held in jails across Iran. The massacre was carried out on the basis of a fatwa by Khomeini. Those responsible for the 1988 massacre still hold positions of power in the regime.
Ayatollah Montazeri, Khomeini’s designated successor called the 1988 massacre “the biggest crime in the Islamic Republic for which history will condemn us.”
The “butcher of Evin Prison”, Warden Assadollah Lajevardi, was notorious for torturing and systematically raping political prisoners in the early 80’s to force them to “repent”. He is said to have loved Evin Prison so much, that he lived there with his family.