Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Concentration Camp

I think this blog was among the first few which reported about a secret temporary detention camp in south of Tehran called Kahrizak (also name of a town in the same area). Guess, I wasn't wrong after all or the reports were true. The criminal Islamic regime has shut it down to save its own skin and horror stories are being told by ex-detainees. [+]

Here is one: Read it here and spread the word..

Update: Every day new names and pictures of innocent lives taken by the regime surface and come to our attention. My humble guess is that hundreds must have been killed during the past 4-5 weeks protests and we are just witnessing the tip of the iceberg. It's scary!


Anonymous said...

Alleluia! I thought I was the only canadian based pro-america, pro-israel Iranian out there. We should unite against those leftist rasta heads who live in utopia and have no clue what it is to live under a dictatorship. I had many verbal fights with fellow classmates during the Iraq war. I could not stand people who have lived all their lives in democracy telling me that Saddam should have been removed by Iraqi people themselves...HELLOOOO???!!!! Saddam dropped chemical bombs on his OWN people.
Well, good to read you. Keep up the good work. We are not alone.

Winston said...

hey anon, you should start a blog so your voice can also be heard. welcome to the club! There are so many of us in Canuckistan ;-)

FearlessDream said...

Hi Winston. Thank you for reporting this horrific story. I spread the word on my blog.

Azarmehr said...

Kahrizak camp was originally built to detain Iraqi PoWs. It was then used as a training centre for the Lebanese/Iraqi militia. A lot of the protesters taken there were tortured savagely by these Arabs. But the reason it is closed down appears because of a menangitus outbreak which has also killed at least one of the Arab militias there. Because of the outbreak even the guards were scared to return there. That I am told is the reason why it was closed down not as a result of any compassion