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LETTER BY NOBEL LAUREATES
In August of 2009, with a letter addressed to “the brave men and women of Iran,” 44 Nobel Laureates showed their support for the Iranian people, especially encouraging those who are struggling back against tyranny. And in February of 2010, many other concerned people urgently appealed to several world leaders, asking them “to use your prestige and power to put an end to this outrage.”
Meanwhile, certain other Nobel Laureates, winners of the famous medal in science, have also voiced their individual support for the Iranian people, calling upon the largest world powers to protect Iranian dissidents threatened by the mullahs’ dictatorship. This has shown the world that their endeavors to create better lives for humankind are not limited to the scientific sphere.
Unfortunately, the politically edgy situation in Iran continues to worsen. “Supreme Leader” Grand Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and his wolf pack of thugs, whose irresponsible nuclear ambitions and hideous terrorist acts threaten the entire world, are out to crush the defenseless people of this nation of illustrious history and complex Moorish civilization.
The courageous youth of Iran – in this case, overwhelmingly consisting of intelligent university students – are being arrested, tortured, raped and executed; but they are taking to the streets in overflowing protests, risking their reputations, their health and their lives. The innocent death of young Neda Agha Soltan, a symbol of Iranian martyrdom, in the streets of Tehran shocked the world and aroused its conscience. Since then, very many others have fallen; they will keep on falling to injustice until true democratic change comes into effect in Iran.
The current Iranian regime, in spite of the people’s ardent pleas, refuses to acknowledge the right of its citizens to either freedom or democracy. It has only furthered its measures of suppression and terrorism against its adversaries, both inside and outside of Iran. For example, in an ominous turn of events, crackdowns by the mullahs have extended well beyond Iran’s borders to 3,400 Iranian dissidents living in Camp Ashraf-Iraq.
These people are lawfully protected under the Fourth Geneva Convention, but for the last 17 months an inhumane siege has been imposed upon them – and in July of 2009, a savage attack on their camp left 11 dissidents dead and some 500 of them badly injured. Many European and American heads of state and political leaders have raised their voices to save the lives of these dissidents, speaking for them with strong parliamentary resolutions (the European Parliament resolution of April 24, 2009 on Iran, and U.S. Congress H.R. 704, the Supply our Soldiers Act of 2009, are two good examples).
Now, in this letter, we are asking you to do the same, to raise your own voices and to bolster the important cause of defending the innocent Iranian people – in order to create a new oncoming dawn of international security and world peace.
We, the undersigned Nobel Laureates, strongly voice our support for the aspirations of the Iranian people. We hereby appeal to all leaders in the United Nations, European Union, United States and any other interested countries to adopt specific steps to support the Iranian people’s struggles, and to also protect the fundamental rights of Iranian dissidents within Iran and Camp Ashraf in Iraq, in accordance with international humanitarian law and international law.
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THE LETTER ABOVE, FOR THE NOBEL LAUREATES, ENABLED CAMP ASHRAF’S MOVE TO CAMP LIBERTY – SAVING HUNDREDS OF HUMAN LIVES. I GHOST WROTE IT, MAILING THE US SECRETARY OF STATE TWO IMPORTANT ASHRAF LETTERS.