“My Father’s Cup of Tea Was Still on the Table”; the Report of a Disappearance

HRANA News Agency – Yousef Silavi has disappeared since November 8, 2009, few days after his arrival in Iran after visiting his daughters in Syria, and despite his family’s efforts there is no information about his faith. He was questioned in the Iranian embassy in Syria along with his daughter while he did not have any political activities. According to unofficial statements of the security authorities, he is a hostage in order to force his daughters Mona and Shima, who are helping in translation for Arab asylum seekers, to go back to Iran. But no security organization takes the responsibility of his arrest, neither do they issue a death certificate for him.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), Yousef Silavi, has disappeared since November 8, 2009 and his family’s efforts to find him have been unsuccessful. Continue reading ““My Father’s Cup of Tea Was Still on the Table”; the Report of a Disappearance”