Petition to NEW YORK TIMES, United Nations, Council of the European Union, European Commission, European Parliament, European Ombudsman, Human Rights Watch, Wall Street Journal
Turkish government is planning a fake prison-brake to kill thousands of prison inmates.
A lawyer of prisoned people have announced that the jail authorities are planning to stage a fake chaos/prison-break in Turkish prisons to kill thousands of inmates. This is now more than a plan, since government controlled media started to disseminate the news that will be a reason for this massacre. They try to justify these future crimes by releasing distorted news. Government social media trolls have also started to talk about a potential chaos. Please help spread this, and increase the international community's awareness about this. Turkey is already going through a very hard period which is aiming to transform the entire country into a more closed society and authoritarian regime, by arresting anyone who is their critique. This kind of actions will help them to accelerate their purpose. Your support will help keep those thousands of innocent people safe. Thanks very much for your support and signing for the petition. Lets inform the international/European agencies regarding this cruelty. Kind Regards.
Petition to Asma Jahangir (Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Iran), Prince Zeid Ra'ad Zeid Al-Hussein, António Guterres, President of UN Security Council
Iran: Call for prosecution of perpetrators of 1988 massacre of 30,000 political prisoners
In the summer of 1988, in a matter of a few months, 30,000 political prisoners were massacred upon a fatwa by Khomeini, the Iranian regime's leader. Based on this fatwa, all the prisoners who were still loyal to the opposition People's Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) and refused to renounce it were executed. Many of the victims were serving their sentences or had even finished them. The fatwa was subsequently extended to other prisoners. A delegation called, the Death Commission, was formed to implement the fatwa. It took them a couple of minutes to determine the fate of every prisoner. Prisoners were offered to choose between repentance, appearing on TV and collaborating with the regime, and death. Experts say this has been the most heinous political massacre since World War II. International human rights organizations and distinguished jurists have described it as a crime against humanity which is not subject to any statute of limitations. Members of the Death Commission are now among the highest government and judiciary office holders in Iran. Mostafa Pour Mohammadi is Rouhani's Minister of Justice and Ibrahim Ra'isi and Hossein-Ali Nayyeri are high ranking officials in the Iranian regime's Judiciary. The leader of the clerical regime, Ali Khamenei, was the regime's president in those days. Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani was the deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces. And Hassan Rouhani, presently the regime's President, was assistant to the deputy Commander-in-Chief. All of them were directly involved in this crime against humanity and have repeatedly defended it. They are responsible for 120,000 political executions and nine criminal deadly attacks on the Iranian refugees in Camp Ashraf and Camp Liberty, Iraq, which resulted in a large number of deaths. We urge the UN Security Council to expeditiously set up a special court to examine the Iranian regime's crimes against humanity, particularly the 1988 massacre of political prisoners, and bring to justice the perpetrators of these crimes. The UNTOLD STORY of the 1988 Massacre in Iran Persian French Arabic