28 years after the massacre of political prisoners in Iran

3.fwThe 1988 massacre of over 30,000 political prisoners in Iran has been described as the worst crime against humanity since World War II. 28 years after this genocide, the Iranian regime still refuses to acknowledge the executions, or provide any information as to how many prisoners were killed. Based on eyewitness accounts of survivors, the massacre had been prepared for from at least a year before. The order for the massacre came from Khomeini directly in the form of a religious decree (fatwa), calling for the execution of all who remained steadfast in their support for the opposition People’s Mojahedin of Iran.

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