The political prisoner, Behnam Ebrahimzadeh, in a letter to Ms. Asemeh Jahangir, the Special Reporter on Human Rights, and Mr. Zeid Abdolhosein, the High Commissar of Human Rights and Ms. Mogherini, the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policies, explaining the cases of violation of human rights in Iran asked for attending and taking serious measures in order to change this situation. This political prisoner then attached a list of prisoners who were killed because of suicide, death in agitated conflicts, and suspicious deaths.
The letter of Behnam Ebrahimzadeh, the political prisoner, weblog writer, labor activist, and children rights activist:
Her Honor Ms. Asemeh Jahangir, the Special Reporter on Human Rights, and His Honor Mr. Zeid Abdolhosein, the High Commissar of Human Rights and Her Honor Ms. Mogherini, the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policies,
With Greetings to Your Honors,
Congratulations again to you Ms. Asemeh Jahangir for being elected as the Special Reporter of Human Rights in Iran’s Affair and hoping for peace and friendship in the world, I dare say if the world is known with development and technology indexes now, the Iranian government is known as the supporter of terrorism, being sectarian, and counter-ethnic actions , and fueling the religious and ethnic conflicts in Iran and the region, and imprisoning and execution, and suppressing the opponents and critics and wide violation of the human rights. For public opinions it is quite clear that the actions of the rulers of Iran are one of the most catastrophic actions in the countries of the world. The reason is that by increasing the limitations, detention and suppressing outstanding political figures, it strongly fights against hundreds of critics and opponents including lawyers, labor and human rights activists, journalists even for slightest opposition. The Iranian regime continues the inquisition of people’s ideas as well as widely systematic executions and uses threats and intimidation, detention and investigation, and wild tortures, and long term solitary confinement to get forced confessions.
Behnam Ebrahimzadeh, Raja’i-shahr Prison, November 16, 2016