This week, several important events around Iran are taking place in parallel. Angry teachers and educators have protested in 53 cities [22 provinces]. While living in an extremely bad situation, they are demanding their primitive rights which are plundered by the regime.
Isfahan’s farmers following the protests of farmers over the past weeks and months are protesting and seeking their water rights from a regime that has dried out Isfahan’s main river, the Zayandeh Rood.
In Albania, in the court of Durres, the trial of one of the main perpetrators of the 1988 Massacre is being held and has passed its first week, while three of the seven witnesses of one of the worst crimes against humanity have testified which has shocked that national community on the cruelty of the regime in this incident.
In London, the “Aban Tribunal” which is running now, is seeking justice for the victims of the November 2019 protest by hearing the observations of the witnesses of the November 2019 protests.
The mothers of the victims are not missing an opportunity for justice. They constantly are revealing the regime’s crimes with their gatherings, voice, and visual messages and are calling the international community to stay behind the Iranian people, to sue the regime for its human rights crimes.
Now all of Iran has a united voice and is demanding justice: “I wish an Iran where the law rules and no one else will be executed.”
This demand is speaking about the end of the 43 years of mullahs’ regime dominance. Parallel to these demands for justice, Amnesty International also called on the international community on Thursday to combat impunity in Iran.
In its press release of November 11, 2021, Amnesty wrote:
“There must be an end to this systematic impunity afforded to perpetrators of this state-sanctioned crackdown. The hearings at the International People’s Tribunal on Iran’s Atrocities of November 2019 are crucial for ensuring that these atrocities do not fade into memory. Crucially, the tribunal must spur UN member states into action, both at the current session of the UN General Assembly and the next session of the UN Human Rights Council, to pave the way for the accountability that is so desperately needed.”
Although Amnesty International’s appeal is addressed to ‘governments and the United Nations, its context reflects the globalization of ongoing comprehensive appeal from Iran, London, Durres (Ashraf 3), and Stockholm.
They demand that political impunity should be stripped from the regime’s supreme leader Ali Khamenei and his criminal government to facilitate fair criminal proceedings.
What is the message and call of these all-encompassing demands of justice?
The fate of an Iran which has been unified against the Velayat-e-Faqih (supreme religious rule) has reached a very rare, and important time. Now all Iranians are seeking justice.
Some 42 years of fighting for freedom and justice and the innocent bloodshed on this path have found their rightful speakers and are judging and suing the perpetrators of all these crimes.
Sufferings and bloodsheds from the prisons of Evin, Ghezel Hesar, Gohardasht, Adelabad, Dieselabad, etc. to the uprisings of 20 June 1981, 2009, 2017, 2019 are now waking up the human consciences around the world and speak of solidarity.
Therefore, opponents are asking all Iranians around the world to appreciate these rare and blessed opportunities and days of seeking justice and take part in the responsibility to liberate Iran from the mullahs’ tyranny and clerical occupation and raise the flag of a free Iran.