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Mohammad Nazari’s Letter from Rajai Shahr Prison

Posted on: 5th January, 2015
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HRANA News Agency – Mohammad Nazari, son of Hamdullah, political prisoner in hall 12 of ward 4 in Rajai Shahr prison in Karaj, who has been imprisoned on charge of cooperating with Kurdish Democrat Party since 19 years ago without any leave, has written in a letter:

“In 2001-2002, I had been asked to pay 5 million Tomans to get released from prison, but as I couldn’t pay it, I have been held in prison since then and it is still going on. 

In 2012, my case was reviewed due to the Attorney General’s order and after several months a pardon and release order was issued by the court however in the last stage the intelligence service opposed my freedom order”.

This is the full text of his letter which is being published by HRANA:

“While I am writing this letter, some people disagree with it and they believe it is kind of suicide, but I do not have much hope to be released from prison, as I have already spent 21 year of my life in prison. I have seen some inmates who die after a long time of imprisonment due to diseases such as; Alireza Karami Kheirabadi after 15 years, Mohammad Mehdi Zalieh after 21 years and Taher Mostafavi after 20 years, and regime refuses to release them or when I see an 85-year-old man who suffers from cancer and he is still in prison, therefore, I should be a naïve person if I think about freedom.

I am Mohammad Nazari, sentenced to lifetime imprisonemt. According to my interrogators, my charge is not supporting Democrat Party, but I have been charged because I am Shiite and my language is Turkish while I support a Sunni and Kurdish party.

Although, my interrogators have no evidences or witnesses but they forced me to confess some matters which were just their imaginations and if I had refused them, I would have been executed then.

According to what an important individual has said; in this country the law just smiles to whom has gold. In 2001-2002, I had been asked to pay 5 million Tomans to get released from prison, but as I couldn’t pay it, I have been held in prison since then and it is still going on.  In 2012, my case was reviewed due to the Attorney General’s order, and after several months a pardon and release order was issued by the court, but in the last stage Intelligence service opposed with my freedom that shows their hatred and complexes in their heart and we need to wait for a miracle to be free one day!

At the end, I would like to ask you block some investigators who have a free hand in doing everything for promotions and their hearts are full of hatred and complexes and absurd Prejudices which cause people misery just because people are just too lonely, I have much to say…

I hope no one will be sacrificed just because of their belief anymore.”

Mohammad Nazari, son of Hamdullah, from Rajai Shahr Prison

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