Iran: Call for Justice, A new manuscript published by the NCRI
The Case to Hold Ebrahim Raisi to Account for Crimes Against Humanity
Iran and human rights experts praise the new manuscript (see below)
The new book became a best seller on Amazon (see below)
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Iran in 2021 is on the threshold of fundamental change. The clerics’ Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei, finds his regime increasingly weak and in jeopardy following a series of uprisings since 2017, systemic corruption, a bankrupt economy, and an explosive society. Faced with these realities, Khamenei has opted to close ranks and consolidate power in the hands of those absolutely loyal to him. Ebrahim Raisi, a notorious mass murderer, was handpicked by Khamenei, to take on the position of president of the regime.
In the summer of 1988, some 30,000 innocent men, women, and children were hanged in a matter of weeks. The majority of the victims (90%) were members or supporters of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK). Raisi was one of four members of the infamous death commission in Tehran. He has continued his role as Iran’s henchman to this day, including overseeing the killing of 1,500 Iranian protesters in November 2019.
Raisi’s presidency is a litmus test for the international community: Will the West engage and deal with this genocidal regime, or stand with the Iranian people as they struggle to overthrow the theocracy, attain freedom and establish a democratic, secular and non-nuclear republic in Iran.
Praise for the book
In the summer of 1988, a committee of four senior Iranian offcials that— Michael B. Mukasey
became known as the “death committee” acted to carry out the terms
of a fatwa issued by then-Supreme Leader the Ayatollah Khomeini to
kill tens of thousands of Iranian prisoners, most of them members of
MEK. Now, for the first time – in Iran: Call for Justice – Ebrahim Raisi,
Iran’s new president, has been pulled out of the shadows and had the
spotlight shined directly on him as one member of this committee.
This slim volume of less than 100 pages tells the world much of what
it needs to know about Raisi’s criminal deeds and bloody rise to power.
This important volume deserves to be read and acted upon.
81st Attorney General of the United States
The selection by the Supreme Leader of Raisi as president is the ultimate— Hon. Joe Lieberman
rejection of the values of the world community, and certainly of the United
States. … now really is the time to look forward and to act… i.e., hold
Raisi and the regime accountable. We should begin to investigate him for
crimes against humanity. We should see him removed from the presidency
and, most significantly of all, see this government removed from power
in Tehran, so that the gifted people of Iran can again choose their own
leaders and enjoy political and economic freedom and opportunity.
Former U.S. Democratic Senator from Connecticut
The situation in Iran today illustrates the consequences of impunity for— Geoffrey Robertson, QC
crimes against humanity that have never been properly investigated
or acknowledged… Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei was the President
in 1988 and fully supported the prison massacres. Evin prison, scene
of mass murder in 1988, remains a brutal environment for blindfolded
prisoners picked up for no more serious offence than attending student
demonstrations or contacting NGOs concerned about human rights.
What could happen to Raisi now he is President? He can be referred to
an ad hoc tribunal for a trial in absentia set up by the Security Council
or by the Human Rights Committee of the United Nations.
Distinguished Human Rights Barrister
Publisher: National Council of Resistance of Iran-Us Office (September 21, 2021)
Paperback: 108 pages
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