Ehsan Fattahian another hero for Sea of Green murdered by Islamic Republic

Ehsan

Ehsan Fatahian another Sea of Green hero for Freedom

Ehsan
Today the discredited regime added another page to their tainted history, the last letter of Ehsan is an address to all humanity. His last words reverberates through out pointing out the gross injustices that are being perpetrated by a cruel, inhuman and barbaric regime. IRI today is a spot of shame for humanity in 21st Century at odds with reality of what people of Iran want and What the world expects or can allow as minimum standard of governance internationally.
It punishes and kills with impunity. However brave and nobel people of Iran have risen. They are saying with resolute they want to rid of this regime and have democracy and Free Iran. This is essential for regional and global peace to remove a global instrument and sponsor of terror.

To put it simply this illegitimate and barbaric regime must be consigned to the dustbin of history sooner the better. As Ehsan said for sea of green “ every death is the beginning of a new life.”

Lets recall Ehsans words from his last letter

when punishment is the answer for those who seek freedom and justice, how can one fear his fate? Those of “us” who have been sentenced to death by “them” are only guilty of seeking an opening to a better and fair world. Are “they” also aware of their deeds?

They cannot see anything but their own illegitimate objectives, even when it is the question of a person’s right to life – the most basic of all human rights. How pointless is it to expect them to respect international treaties when they don’t even respect their own laws?

My death and the deaths of thousands of others like me will not cure the pain; they will only add to the flames of this fire. There is no doubt that every death is the beginning of a new life.

excerpt from Human Rights Activists -Iran

• Ehsan Fattahian was hanged.

• Soheil Navidi-Yekta was sentenced to 7 years in prison.

• Mehdi Majmoodian has to accept to go into exile in return for his release.

• Atefeh Nabavi was tried.

• Mohammad Sadeghi was remanded.

• Hadi Abtahi was arrested.

• 7 Polytechnic University students were arrested.

• Ahmad Zaid-Abadi’s release was delayed.

The Execution of Ehsan Fattahian

The 27 year old Kurdish activist, Ehsan Fattahian, was hanged this morning at Sanandaj Central Prison amid a wave of protests by Iranian and international human rights groups. Fattahian was sentenced to death on Moharebeh (enmity with God) charges. Ehsan was not allowed to call or have a last visit with his family before his execution. Reports from Sanandaj prison suggest that Ehsan refused to let the guards remove the stool on which he stood and stepped off the stool of his own volition. The HRA reporter says that this will be the last image those present will remember from a man who is gone forever.

Ehsan Fattahian was arrested in July 2008 and spent the first three months of his detention in solitary confinement. He was repeatedly subjected to physical and psychological torture. Fattahian was sentenced to 10 years in prison during his trial but the verdict was appealed by the prosecutor. Against all legal and judicial standards, the appeals court changed his sentence to a death sentence.

7 Years in Prison and 74 Lashes for Soheil Navidi-Yekta

Soheil Navidi-Yekta who is among the post election detainees has been sentenced to 7 years in prison and 74 lashes. He charges included acting against national security, propagating against the regime and disruption of public order.

Voluntary Exile in Return for Freedom

The human rights activist and journalist, Mehdi Mahmoodian told his family during a prison visit, that his interrogators have offered him freedom in return for 4 years of voluntary exile to a city outside Tehran. He also has to give up journalism as a condition for his release.

The Trial of Atefeh Nabavi

Atefeh Nabavi appeared today before the 12 branch of the Revolutionary Court in Tehran.

She has been accused of having ties to the Mojahedin-e- Khalgh Organiztion (MKO). The 27 year old Nabavi was arrested on June 15th, 2009. She was held for 95 days in ward 209 of Evin but has been recently transferred to a public ward inside the prison.

Mohammad Sadeghi Remanded, Hassan Asadi Called Home

The defense attorneys for Mohammad Sadeghi have announced that the court has ordered their client be remanded. Sadeghi, who is a member of the central council of Advat Tahkim Vahdat organization, has objected to his remand.

The defense attorney, Mousavi, added that the 26th branch of the Revolutionary Court has to decide on Sadeghi’s objection and will then return the case to the 7th branch of the Majistrates’ Court.

6 days after his arrest,Hassan Asadi-Zaidabadi informed his family that is being held in the Evin Prison. His wife, Atefeh Khalafi, said that he was in good spirits.

Mohammad Sadeghi and Hassan Asadi-Zaidabadi are both members of the Advar Tahkim Vahdat organization. They were arrested on November 3rd, 2009.

7 Polytechnic University Students Arrested

7 Polytechnic University (Tafresh Campus) students were arrested on Monday, by agents from the Intelligence Ministry. The 7 arrested students had distributed a publication inside the campus and had been involved in planning a rally on November 4th.

Hamid Azimi, Mohammad As’adi, Saeed Ghasemi and Amin Arabi have since called their families but there is no news on the fates of Ali Mottalebi and Koorosh Yeganeh who have disappeared since their arrest. Also, Mohsen Adabipoor, who was in charge of printing the publication, was abducted from his house.

Ahmad Zaid-Abadi’s Release Delayed

Despite the initial bail order, the judge from the 26th branch of the Revolutionary Court refused to let the family post the bail for Ahmad Zaid-Abadi.

Zaid-Abadi’s wife, Mahdieh Mohammadi said: “Following My husband’s court hearing on Sunday, the clerk form the 26th branch of the Revolutionary Court informed us that the judge had agreed to release him on $ 200,000 bail. Regrettably, the judge rescinded his decision yesterday and refused to let the bail be posted. We were told to wait until Tuesday, but then they called me on Tuesday to tell me that his release has been put on hold until further notice”.

Zaid-Abadi was tried last Sunday for conspiracy to cause riot and propagating against the regime. He is a member of the Adavr Tahkim Vahdat organization and has been detained since his arrest in June 2009.

Hadi Abtahi Arrested

Hadi Abtahi was arrested on Tuesday when agents from the Intelligence Ministry raided his business. The agents then went to his resident where they seized his computer and personal belongings. Abtahi is the son of Mojtaba Abtahi, who is a board member of the Teachers Union.

The Trial of Safayi-Farahani

The former MP, Mohsen Safayi-Farahani, will appear before the court on Saturday. The hearing will be held at the 15th branch of the Revolutionary Court in Tehran. His attorney, Hooshang Babai has been able to review his file. Safayi-Farahani was arrested in June 2009 and is currently detained.

Raheleh Asgari-Zadeh and Vahideh Molavi were Released

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