On the second anniversary of Akbar Mohammadi's murder by the Islamic Regime, I'd like to take this time to remember him and to send my love and respect to his family. Akbar Mohammadi, his strength and courage will never be forgotten. Long Live his memory...

A number of political prisoners in Iran have written a statement for this occasion. The statement was published by Human Rights and Democracy Activists in Iran and translated by me.

Statement of Number of Political Prisoners in Memory of Akbar Mohammadi on the Second Anniversary of His Murder:
In the Name of the Creator of Freedom,
Two years has passed since the murder of our cell mate and comrade, long live his memory Akbar Mohammadi. He who said no to dictatorship and yes to freedom and had to pay the price of his beliefs with his life.
He thought us that even when the brutal dictators want to bring everything to a deadlock and make life a living hell, the innocent lives of men and women that is lost on the road to freedom can break that deadlock.
The dictators of the Regime thought by removing the physical presence of young freedom fighters, they would be able to keep the Iranian people captive. However today we see that the blood of Akbar, Valliallah, Hebat and thousands of other freedom fighters is still boiling and surging.
Their blood runs in the veins of university students who are singing songs of freedom, their blood runs in the veins of workers who are protesting and asking for justice all over Iran, their blood runs in the veins of women who are fighting for equal rights, their blood runs in the veins of young people asking for freedom all over Iran.
But the dictator Mullah’s frustrated by the battle and strength of students, women, youth and workers, and trying to keep their unwanted hold on the society are swimming in the blood of young Iranians.
Akbar was an individual who when dictators increased the pressure on him in order to make him surrender, he went on a hunger strike instead. When the dictators realized they were not going to accomplish their goal of beating him they killed him.
Two years has passed since the murder of Akbar Mohammadi, long live his memory, however there has been no justice and those responsible for his murder have not been brought to Justice.
We, a number of political prisoners in Iran honour long live his memory Akbar Mohammadi on the second anniversary of his murder. We urge the Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki Moon to create a special commission to investigate the murder of Akbar Mohammadi and to bring those responsible to justice.
Number of Political Prisoners in Iran
July 28th 2008
1. Amir Hossein Heshmat Saran
2. Arjang Davoudi
3. Afshin Baymani
4. Behrouz Javid Tehrani
5. Saleh Kohandel
6. Mansour Radpour
7. Hamid Banazadeh
8. Asghar Banazadeh
9. Shahla Zarin Far
10. Shahnaz Kipour
11. Azadeh Gerayi
12. Alijan Gerayi
13. Mohsen Gerayi
14. Mostafa Alavi
15. Alireza Karimi Kheyrabadi
16. Karim Marouf Aziz
17. Arkan Goltekin
18. Saber Mamdy
19. Rafigh Amuzade
20. Ahmad Yousefi
21. Nader Yousefi
22. Reza Moghadam
23. Karim Ghaderi
24. Kaveh Mdafar
25. Taleghan Jalibaghu
26. Saeed Sangar
27. Mohammad Nikbakht
28. Babak Dadbakhsh
29. Naser Khyrollahi

Published by Human Rights and Democracy Activists in Iran
Human Rights and Democracy Activists in Iran

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