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About the nature of Khamenei's Regime: Fascism, dictatorship and suppression

By Mustafa Rahmani 

As an Iranian activist, working in field of translation, I am in contact with different kind of Iranian people inside/outside of Iran and also non-Iranian people around the world. I have been monitoring the transmission of Human Rights violations news between both parts for years. And I feel there is a missing ring for the world to understand full dictatorship of khamenei’s regime: Sunnis think Iranian regime is against Iranian Sunnis, Christians think it is suppressing Iranian Christians and …

Khamenei’s regime, using its IRGC “yes-man” force with huge money of oil and other natural resources, suppresses via imprisonment, torture and execution, any idea and action which is not Vilayat-e Faqih.

Ayatollah Hossein Kazemeyni Boroujerdi (also Hosein Kazemaini Boroujerdi) is an Iranian Twelver Shi'i Muslim cleric who advocates the separation of religion and government and has been imprisoned several times by the Iranian regime.

He reportedly first expressed his opposition to the theocratic nature of the Islamic government of Iran under which Islamic jurists rule or provide "guardianship" in 1994. He has been quoted as saying Iranians "are loyal to the fundamentals of the true religion and the Prophet's mission", but are "tired of the religion of politics and political slogans."

Boroujerdi and many of his followers were arrested in Tehran on October 8, 2006, following a clash between police and hundreds of his followers. Iranian officials charged him with having claimed to be a representative of Muhammad al-Mahdi, a venerated figure in Shi'i Islam, a charge he denies.

According to mardaninews website, as of 1 June 2008 "judicial authorities have released no information concerning his prosecution" and his medical condition is deteriorating.

He is still in prison and today HRANA reported that he was transferred to solitary confinement.

My message to the International community as a person grown up in Iran: Imagine such a regime with nuclear bomb! May be the crimes of Khamenei’s regime in Iran, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, and Yemen and … are not important for you. But in near future you will be regretted of your inactivity.