19 Aug 2019 - News website Lob Log recently reported on an interview by Mostafa Pour-Mohammadi, an Iranian regime official. Mohammadi was a member of the regime's 'death committee' in 1988 when 30,000 political prisoners were executed. Amnesty, after a year-long investigation into this mass atrocity, has been able to name and locate mass graves all over Iran where the regime and death committee officials would dump hundreds of bodies in a bid to conceal their crimes.
Pour-Mohammadi states that “we still haven’t settled scores,” with a strong suggestion that all activists who intend of opposing the regime must be served the same punishment. Lobe Log reports on the threatening behaviour of the regime naming Nasrin Sotoudeh, Amir Salar-Davoudi and Esmail Bakhshi as just a few of the names of activists who have been arrested for their work by the regime. However, this article also suggests that the young generation of Iran is not going to end their resistance anytime soon.
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