Today, August, 25, is the 30th Anniversary of the 1988 Massacres in Iran.
For those who are not informed of the matter, in 1988, the Mullahs Regime killed 30 000 political prisoners across the country .
In the memory of Iranians, it is called the ” 1988 Massacres”.
Today is the 30th Anniversary, and the political context is this of Iran Protests calling for the end of the Mullahs Regime, and a democracy in the land.
Maryam Rajavi, the leader of the Opposition has a democratical program, wich would transform Iran in a democracy on the model of Western ones.
But today Iranians commemorate this event, wich is a founding one of the Iran Protests.
This massacre of 30 000 political prisoners is emblematic of the religious dictatorship of the country.
If we add it to poverty, we have the roots of the actual Protests.
Today Iranians mourn and they commemorate a founding root of the actual revolt calling for the Regime change.
The Mullahs Regime is known for hanging, for torturing, and the Massacre of 1988 is a symbol of these practices.
I write this short post to show my support to this 30th Anniversary and to the Iran Protests.
Iranians want to topple the actual Regime , this of the Mullahs.
Today they think to a massacre committed by them 30 years ago.