Iran: Reformist web publishes photos of protesters’ unmarked, secret graves

Heard In Iran: Protesters Buried in Unmarked Graves – Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty © 2009

Post-Vote Protesters Buried in Secret, Unmarked Graves

August 25 — Dozens of victims of post-election violence were secretly buried in Tehran’s Behesht-i Zahra Cemetery, according to a report by the reformist “norooznews.ir” website. The website’s editor said, “We found out how many burial permits were issued for those who were illegally interred from cemetery employees. Their graves, unlike those of ordinary people, bear no names.” [read in Farsi / read in English].

Photo thanks to Tehran Bureau. There are more photos there.

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2 comments on “Iran: Reformist web publishes photos of protesters’ unmarked, secret graves

  1. MK says:

    Sounds like Iran is just as bad as Iraq, but who will have will and means to free iranians anymore.

  2. […] bodies of your loved ones from the streets after shooting them in a protest, then, bury them in unmarked graves. Imagine finding your child’s grave after bribing a dozen officials, then coming the next day […]

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