Mullahs threaten Saremi family: ‘Grave stone should be ordinary’

January 4, 2011

NCRI – Fearful of the growing influence of the courageous story of resistance by executed political prisoner Ali Saremi among people and especially youths in Iran, the Iranian regime has threatened his family not to include moving poems or statements about his ideals and thoughts against injustice and tyranny on his grave stone.

According to obtained reports from Iran, agents of the notorious Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) have contacted the Saremi family, warning that the writing on his grave stone should be simple and ordinary.

Ali Saremi was executed last week on December 28, after spending a total of 24 years in prison both during the Shah and clerical dictatorships. He was last arrested in September 2007 after visiting his son in Camp Ashraf, where 3,400 members of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), reside.


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