On the occasion of the execution of Gholamreza Khossravi after 12 years of imprisonment and torture, Maryam Rajavi released the following message: Mullahs are futilely attempting to save their crumbling regime by carrying out executions from Ashraf to Evin and Gohardasht
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, offered her condolences to the bereaved family and relatives of PMOI activist Gholamreza Khossravi Savadjani, all PMOI (MEK) members and the great family of the Iranian Resistance, the political prisoners, and the Iranian people in general for his execution after suffering 12 years of imprisonment and torture. She described the resolve of this steadfast and unwavering PMOI activist as a sign of the resolve of the people to bring down the ruling religious fascism and to bring democracy and rule of the people to Iran.
She emphasized: “The execution of Gholamreza is a marker of ‘moderation’ in the regime of the mullahs that through executing and slaughtering of PMOI (MEK) members in Ashraf, Camp Liberty, Evin, Gohardasht and other prisons is futilely attempting to keep its devastated and crumbling regime standing. However, these anti-human atrocities only bring closer its demise and further ablaze the flames of the resistance of the Iranian people.
Amnesty International in a statement on May 31, described the execution sentence of Gholamreza Khosravi as a violation of “international law” and even the violation of the regime’s own laws. The mullahs’ judiciary in its statement this morning charged him with “Moharebeh (enmity against God), through effective effort to pursue the goals of the PMOI”, providing information “to the medias affiliated to the PMOI”, “providing financial contribution”, and connecting “a number of people to the PMOI organization”.
The growing executions in Iran proves that human rights should not be overlooked in any negotiations and deals with this regime. Taking effective international measures to prevent executions in Iran and a comprehensive Sanction of this illegitimate regime, which has no respect for human dignity and international laws is needed more than ever.
Mrs Maryam Rajavi, emphasized that the leaders of the mullah’s regime that rely on torture, execution and repression for the continuation of their illegitimate rule must be held accountable before an international tribunal. She reiterated that turning a blind eye on the growing trend of executions that has increased unprecedentedly during Rouhani’s tenure under any pretexts is a breach of the International values that all members of the United Nations are committed to and the Security Council must up hold.
The so-called Prosecutor’s Office of the clerical regime this morning declared the slain PMOI activist Gholamreza Khosravi was charged with “Moharebeh (enmity against God), through active effort to pursue the goals of the PMOI”, disseminating information “through medias affiliated to the PMOI”, “providing financial contribution”, and connecting “a number of people to PMOI organization”.
The clerical regime Executed Gholamreza to avenge the prisoners of ward 350 of Evin Prisonand other prisoners who are resisting in the prisons of the religious fascism ruling Iran and on the verge of June 20 (the beginning of the resistance against the regime in 1981). The mullahs henchmen and torturers considered Gholamreza as the key person in the protest and resistance of political prisoners in the Ward 350 of Evin Prison.
Gholamreza Khosravi was placed on the verge of execution on several occasions in the past but his execution was halted due to international protests and warnings and the regime’s concerns regarding the reaction and the public opinion.
The mullahs’ henchmen put him under sever duress until the last days but despite intolerable prison conditions and serious ailment due to years of imprisonment, he remained steadfast in his commitment and aspiration for freedom of Iranian people and while even in solitary confinement his hands and feet were chained, he remained firm.
Gholamreza Khosravi was born in Abadan (southern Iran). He has a 17 years-old son and was an expert in welding and installation of industrial facilities. He was arrested in two occasions and spent 12 years in total in the clerical regime’s dungeons.