Wanted IRI Members
After the fall of the criminal Islamic regime in Iran, all the members of the IRI terror infrastructure from top (Ali Khamenei and Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani,…..) to the bottom should be arrested and put on trial for their crimes against humanity. [DID]
ANGLO/AMERICAN ISLAMIC REPUBLIC’S MOST WANTED CRIMINALS
Most Wanted Officials of Islamic regime in IRAN for Crimes Against Humanity.
Don’t believe the B.S. third-party notifications of copyrights, it is just the anglo/americans’ come-to-rescue intervention that want to protect their puppet Mullahs.
Iran’s Most Wanted
These are the individuals in the Iranian regime that have been named by the United States and the European Union as responsible for human rights abuses against citizens of Iran. This is the list of individuals who are charged of serious human rights abuse against citizens of Iran, and therefore they have to be trialed for their crimes in an international court of law. The list is by no means complete.
One Million Voices (representing 80 millions Iranians) campaign strongly believes that the tribunal priority should be given to the the following anti-human criminals.
Islamic Revolution Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei – More dangerous than any violent animal in the world, responsible for murdering more than 100 thousands of Iranians and the ongoing silent genocide in Iran. He has built the biggest financial empire (B$ 95) that a single man can possibly posses by plundering the people’s wealth.
Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, chairman of the Expediency Discernment Council of Iran. The dirty brain behind the chain murders and terrorism acts of the IRI and the greatest crook of all time in the mankind history, responsible for plundering the Iranians’ wealth.
Hassan Rouhani, IRI President. As the first secretary of the Supreme National Security Council, he is one of the key-role people who are responsible for the 1367 mass genocide of the young Iranians. Also he is the one who allowed the release of the order for attacking the Tehran University dormitories that resulted in the murders of seven students and many injuries during the month of “Tir ” in 1378.
Ayatollah Mohammad Taghi Mesbah Yazdi is a hardline Iranian Twelver Shi’i cleric. He is also a member of Iran’s Assembly of Experts, the body responsible for choosing the Supreme Leader, where he heads a minority ultraconservative faction. He is the pivotal element in shaping the infrastructure of the regime. He is the dirtiest mind member of the IRI and the one responsible for legalizing (by making Islamic fatwas) rape and torture punishment for the political prisoners, males and females. He is also one of the largest plunderer of the people’s wealth.
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad – X-President of the Islamic Regime, and one of the biggest thief of the people’s wealth. He was one of the participants in the terrorist act of the American Embassy hostage taking. Early on before he becomes President he was the person responsible for coup de grâce to the people who were shot by guns.
The non-Iranian Larijani Brothers (Ali, Sadegh, Javad, Bagher, and Fazel): Five Iraqi-born brothers have occupied five key posts within Iran’s complex political system. Between them they dominate two of the top three institutions in the country; the parliament and the judiciary. The others hold positions within the human rights council, the ministry of health, and the diplomatic corps. The level of corruption and crime by these brothers are beyond imagination, and ranges from usurpation of citizens’ lands and states to plundering people’s wealth, to imprisonment, medieval tortures, rapes, of so many opponents of the regime. In short they have built a corrupt dynasty of Larijani brothers within the criminal system of the IRI regime. After the fall of the IRI regime, these corrupt and brutal brothers should be brought to justice in a national court.
*Saeed Mortazavi – Head of Iran’s Anti-Smuggling Task Force, former Prosecutor General of Tehran (until August 09). Perhaps he is the most cruel person on earth, a hands-on responsible for the heinous rapes, tortures, and murders of tens of thousands of young Iranian people, male and females. He has been the key executioner of the theocratic government, whose criminal services for the regime has rewarded him financial opportunities and job promotion big time.
*Hossein Taeb – A Hojjatoleslam Shia Muslim cleric and former Commander of the Basij (until October 2009). Currently he is the head of the intelligence bureau of the Army of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution of the Islamic Republic of Iran. He has raped too many beautiful ladies, among them was Traneh Mousavi, whom after rape was killed by his order and her body was burned in an acid pool and buried in desert.
Mohammad-Hossein Saffar-Harandi – Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance of Iran until 26 July 2009
Yahya Rahim Safavi, the former commander of the Passdaran Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) and current advisor to Ayatollah Khamenei
Hassan Firuzabadi – Chief of Staff or Iran’s Joint Armed Forces
*Mohammad Ali Jafari – General Commander of the IRGC
*Mohammad Reza Naqdi – Commander of the Basij
*Abbas Jafari-Dolatabadi – Prosecutor general of Tehran (since September 2009)
*Seyyed Masoud Jazayeri – Deputy Chief of Staff or Iran’s Joint Armed Forces
*Gholam-Hossein Mohseni-Ejei – Prosecutor General of Iran and spokesman for the Iranian Judiciary, former Minister of Intelligence until July 09
Ghorbanali Dorri-Nafajabadi – former Prosecutor general of Iran until September 2009, former Minister of Intelligence
Mahmoud Salarkia – Deputy Prosecutor general of Tehran for Prison Affairs
Hossein Zebhi – Deputy to the Prosecutor general of Iran
Seyyed Hassan Shariati – Chief Prosecutor of Mashhad
Mousa Khalil Elahi – Prosecutor of Tabriz
Amir Mortazavi – Deputy Prosecutor of Mashhad
Mohammad-Ali Ramin – Deputy Culture and Islamic Guidance Minister in charge of the Press
Mehrdad Omidi – Head of the Computer Crimes Unit of the Iranian Police
Behrouz Kamalian – Head of the IRGC-related Ashiyaneh cyber-group
Judge Abolghasem Salavati – Tehran Revolutionary Court, Branch 15
Judge Mohammad Moghisseh – Tehran Revolutionary Court, Branch 28
Judge Pir Abbasi – Tehran Revolutionary Court, Branches 26 and 28
Judge Hassan Haddad – Tehran Revolutionary Court, Branch 26
Judge Ali Akbar Heydarifar – Tehran Revolutionary Court
Judge Ahmad Zargar – Tehran Appeals Court, Branch 36
Judge Hajmohammadi – Evin Magistrate Court, Branch 1
Judge Kavousi – Mashhad Revolutionary Court, Branch 5
Judge Kaboli – Mashhad Revolutionary Court
Judge Soltani – Mashhad Revolutionary Court
Judge Yasaghi – Mashhad Revolutionary Court
Judge Hashemzadeh – Tabriz Revolutionary Court, Branch 4
Gholam Hossein Esmaili – Head of Iran’s Prisons Organization
Mohammad-ali Zanjirei – Deputy Head of Iran’s Prisons Organization
Farajollah Sedaghat – Former Head of Evin Prison, Tehran (until October 2010)
Hojatollah Souri – Head of Evin Prison, Tehran (since October 2010)
Mostafa Bozorgnia – Head of Ward 350 of Evin Prison, Tehran
Hassan Akharian – Head of Ward 1 of Rajai Shahr prison, Karaj
Mr Mirzaghayi – Keeper of Ward 1 of Rajai Shahr prison, Karaj
Mr Zeynali – Keeper of Ward 1 of Rajai Shahr prison, Karaj
Mr Youssefi – Keeper of Ward 1 of Rajai Shahr prison, Karaj
Mr Moradi – Keeper of Ward 1 of Rajai Shahr prison, Karaj
Hossein Shariatmadari – Managing editor of Kayhan daily newspaper
Qassem Ravanbakhsh – managing editor of Parto-ye Sokhan weekly newspaper
Ahmad Jannati – Secretary of the Guardian Council
Mohammad Yazdi – Member of the Assembly of Experts
Mohammad-Taqi Mesbah Yazdi – Member of the Assembly of Experts
Ahmad Khatami – Member of the Assembly of Experts, substitute Friday Prayer leader of Tehran
Mohammad Hosseini – Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance
Reza Taghipour – Minister of Information and Communications
Abdolmajid Riyazi – Deputy Minister of Information and Communications
Mohsen Nayebi – Governor General of Tehran Province since September 2010
Sadeq Larijani – Head of the Iranian Judiciary
Ebrahim Raissi – First Deputy to theead of the Judiciary
Seyyed Ali-Reza Avai – Head of the Tehran Judiciary H
EU Parliament List from 26th February 2011
(Note: * indicates also subject to sanctions by US State Department)