Sunday, March 6, 2011
(Kalame): While judicial and other government figures during recent days have issued systemized lies about the current state of Mirhossein Mousavi and Zahra Rahnavard, the latest news suggest that the Mousavi family have no news of their parents.
Kalame News reports that the daughters of Mousavi and Rahnavard, after consulting many times, last night went to their parents’ home (located in Pasteur Avenue, Akhtar Alley) as the Tehran Public Prosecutor and other government figures announced that Mousavi and Rahnavard were at home. The Mousavi children hoped to finally see their parents after over ten days of worry but it was all in vain.
The Mousavi children reveal that last night security officers posted outside their parents’ home behaved rudely. The officers tried to say that Mousavi and Rahnavard were home but their strange attitude along with their insults further intensified the ambiguities.
The Mousavi and Karroubi families have announced many times that they have no news of their parents. Reliable eyewitness accounts suggest that the homes lie empty. Claiming to have no news of their parents, the Mousavi and Karroubi families have appealed to the clerics and higher religious authorities for help.
Although the Kayhan Newspaper announced yesterday that the families of Mirhossein Mousavi and Mehdi Karroubi are permitted to see their first-degree relatives, this has not happened until now—thus increasing the ambiguities and worries about their possible house arrest or relocation to a prison.
In the past two days some government figures have anxiously dismissed Kalame’s news about the Green Movement Leaders’ transfer to prison, but did not disclose any clear statement on their current situation. They only contented themselves with contradictions and generalizations. At present it can be said that in the best case scenario Mirhossein Mousavi and Zahra Rahnavard as well as Mehdi Karroubi and his wife have disappeared.