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Karoubi Responds to Ayatollah Hamadani

Karoubi Responds to Ayatollah Hamadani

Source: advarNews
Date: Saturday, October 17, 2009

In the Name of God,
To Grand Ayatollah Nouri Hamadani,

Greetings,

I am writing this letter to discuss the recent interview you conducted with Maaref radio, which was also broadly cited in Kayhan [newspaper], I would like to amiably clarify certain points, prevent misunderstandings and defend the sanctity of Shi’a marjas. In this interview, you spoke in a way that was not appropriate or considerate of recent events. You also referred to the election and its aftermath and spoke at length about Kahrizak [detention center] as well as its critics. You proclaimed that these critics humiliated the establishment; you also asked them to repent.
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Karoubi’s Letter to the People of Iran

Karoubi’s Letter to the People of Iran

Spurce: Mowjcamp
Monday, September 14th, 2009

In the Name of God, the Merciful and the Compassionate,

To the honorable, heroic people of Iran,

As you know, your servant [Karoubi] has written numerous warning letters addressed to high officials after the election and its aftermath. [I wrote these letters] in hopes that a solution be found, no injustice and tyranny be inflicted on the innocent, so that the echoes of the oppressed will not forever follow and haunt us. Because as our historical experiences have shown us: a government lasts with corruption but not with tyranny.

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Karoubi’s Letter to Sadeq Larijani

Karoubi’s Letter to Sadeq Larijani

Source: Etemad Melli
Thursday, September 10th, 2009

To Mr. Larijani,

The honorable head of the judiciary,

Greetings,

As you know, after the controversial presidential election and its painful, alarming aftermath, I wrote many letters to the officials to share with them certain points, critiques and objections and to give the necessary warnings. The last of these letters was addressed to you. You have just recently accepted responsibility [of the judiciary] and are chief justice. And now I will share with you the details of my meetings with your representatives and some of the marginal events that took place which led to my personal office and party being sealed. … Continue Reading

Karroubi Responds to Larijani Requesting a Meeting with the Heads of Establishment

Karroubi Responds to Larijani Requesting a Meeting with the Heads of Establishment

Source: Mowj
Wednesday, August 19, 2009

In the name of God, the merciful and the compassionate,

To the honorable Parliament,
The honorable Mr. Larijani,

Greetings. As you are well aware, an  enduring chronicle was born with our nation’s great and glorious participation in the tenth presidential elections. If the authorities had taken proper care, people’s participation could have been an inexhaustible asset for the Islamic Republic of Iran. It could have also endowed the establishment with global political legitimacy. Sadly, a deep nationwide divide has been triggered with the incompetence that respective authorities have displayed towards the ensuing demonstrations: a violent reaction to the peaceful rallies of millions that caused great harm to a large number of demonstrators, the murder of some, and … Continue Reading

Karoubi Responds to Larijani: I Have Proof of Prisoner Abuse

Karoubi Responds to Larijani: I Have Proof of Prisoner Abuse

(Source: EtemmadMelli and  Mowjcamp)

Karoubi: I have factual evidence and [unlike Larijani] I am not afraid of losing my positions and titles.

Karoubi in an interview with Saham News today: “Mr. Rafsanjani passed on the letter to Mr. Shahroudi [the head of the judiciary] and he has ordered an investigation into the claims put forth in this letter. Also, Mr. Dorri Najaf Abadi, the head of the supreme court wants to contact me to inform me that he will send individuals to meet me, so that I can inform them of what I know.” … Continue Reading

A Letter from Karoubi to Rafsanjani

A Letter from Karoubi to Rafsanjani

(Source: Agh Bahman)

Mehdi Karoubi has asked Hashemi Rafsanjani to form a committee to investigate rumors and allegations regarding serious mistreatment of detainees.

Hossein Karoubi, his son, said : “My father wrote this letter to Mr. Hashemi Rafsanjani and sent it to him privately. He insisted that Mr. Hashemi Rafsanjani reply to the letter and take appropriate action. Unfortunately Mr. Hashemi Rafsanjani did not reply to the letter. My father stressed that if he does not receive a response or see appropriate measures taken within ten days, he will make the letter public.”

Hossein Karoubi continued: “The letter is based on Mr. Karoubi’s concerns. He is also worried about what foreign groups may say about the treatment of the detainees. These days, a great number of people who have been released have come to see my father. They have retold their accounts of the conduct and behavior of the officers and officials while they were in custody. They have described what they have seen or heard in detail. Evidently the behavior and action of some personnel, particularly toward women and girls, does not measure up to the reputation of the Islamic Republic or any other regime for that matter.” … Continue Reading

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Mousavi’s letter on the ‘Constitutional Monarchy’ Movement

August 10, 2010

Source: Rahesabz Date: Thursday, August 5, 2010 We are in the midst of the anniversary of the Constitutional Monarchy Movement, which has emphasized the need to restrain the power of the monarchy for more than a hundred years. Aside from demands for justice, freedom and the establishment of law, the achievement of this restraint is […]

Mahdi Karoubi: Complete Statement for the Anniversary of the Birth of the Green Movement

June 20, 2010

The vote they stole from you and the rights that they took from you unjustly are a shameful stain that cannot be hidden with whatever colour it is painted over. This is so much the case that after one year, despite all the pressures and intimidation, not only have your rightful demands not been forgotten, but this desire for change has taken deep root in different layers of society, based on an extensive social network.

Karoubi’s Open Letter Commemorating Teachers’ Day and International Workers’ Day

May 1, 2010

Achieving rights and respect for workes is preconditioned by taking up correct social and economic policies that would stimulate the economy and create jobs for everyone who has qualification without any discrimination based on people’s beliefs and ethnicity.

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