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Letters from Wife and Son of Political Prisoner Sentenced to Death; Gholamreza Khosravi

Posted on: 11th January, 2013
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HRANA News Agency – The wife and son of Iranian political prisoner, Gholamreza Khosravi who is sentenced to death, have sent letters to the world community to save their beloved.

 

 

In the name of God, the Judge

I used to love autumn, with its leaves, the wind which touches these leaves used to make me happy and the autumn rains used to purify my soul.

But in the recent years, no more autumn, its leaves, winds and rains, can make me feel good, because he is not here and lack of his presence can be felt in every place in my life.

Well, why he doesn’t come? It’s too late… What he has done? What he is paying for?
I talk to myself, what a critical time; humans don’t see each other, don’t understand each other and every one think about his/herself.

Where are sympathy, collaboration and human rights? Where in the world can find them? And who can help? It seems all the doors are closed, but no, the doors are open but not for me, just for special people.

I don’t know what to do any more, from whom; I should seek the right of having my husband. May be in other countries, there are people who can help me. I do not lose my hope.

Fariba Khosravi, Wife of Political Prisoner; Gholamreza Khosravi

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In the name of the only creator

I am Hesam Khosravi, the son of Gholamreza Khosravi. He is a caring, devoted, kind, religious, committed and hard-working father who loves his family and is depressed in grief of being away from his family.

I do love my father, because there are only good memories from him. I want to weep and cry because he is being held away from us. I want to know for what kind of crime he is being punished. I think helping an opposition TV does not provide this kind of punishment [death sentence]. I ask for his forgiveness with all of my beings, a forgiveness which every year we read in our religious books [in school] and I do believe in this forgiveness.

I hope my father be released as soon as possible and be with me, hand in hand to continue life, to achieve my goals; Graduate Studies and serving people.

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