No.: DOCUMENT 1
Date: 26 March 2006
To Amnesty International, London
CC (i) The UN Committee on Human Rights, New York
(This branch of Amnesty International issued a report on 26 February 2006, which also addressed Southern Azerbaijan; Ref: http://web.amnesty.org/library/Index/ENGMDE130102006
(ii) The UN High Commission on Human Rights, Geneva
Dear Mrs. Harrison
Re ONGOING IRANIAN REPRESSIONS IN SOUTHERN AZERBAIJAN AND OUR RESPONSE
Waves of repression against Southern Azerbaijanis have escalated drastically since the election of the last president of Iran and in particular during the last two months. Various correspondences to you in recent months bear witness to this including our letters: Ref 309/2006 on 25 January 2006, Ref. 311/2006 on 18 February 2006, Ref. 312/2006 on 04 March 2006 and Ref. 313/2006 on15 March 2006. We have also kept you informed by copying you our letters to Mr. Kofi Annan, the General Secretary of the UN, regarding the poignant state of Southern Azerbaijanis fighting for justice through democratic means despite the iron-fist policies of Iranian rule, e.g. our letters Ref. 301/2005 on 22 November 2005 and Ref. 308/2006 on 09 January 2006.
The impact of Iranian repression against Southern Azerbaijanis is escalating daily while awaiting the materialisation of a serious protest by international organisations. Victims of this repression are having extortionate bail terms imposed upon them as their only means of temporary freedom though the majority are condemned to excruciating jail terms. Journalism is also under attack and these include closing down of Shemsi Tebriz in published Tebriz and Umidi Zenjan published in Zenjan in the last 4-5 years. Others are under severe restrictions and these include daily newspapers of: Nevidi Azerbaijan published in Urmu and Araz published in Erdebil. Azerbaijani is the only language of discourse within 30 million Southern Azerbaijanis but these daily newspapers have been served with ultimatum in the course of the last two weeks.
As you know, security agents keep threatening and terrifying families through their midnight raids, interrogations, seeking confessions under duress and aggressively dealing with those resisting their arbitrary treatments. This state of terror has increased to the extent that 513 persons have raised a petition with the participation of many poets, writers, intellectuals, journalists and well known individuals. The petition is directed to the head of the Office of Justice in Tebriz, demanding the immediate halting of this ongoing inexplicable situation. We are sending this source letter to you together with its English translation including the transcription of the under-signatories. We emphasise the importance of supporting these repressed individuals.
As reflected in our letters so far, undermining the resolution of our people is the strategy pursued by the Iranian authorities by subjecting their victims to all-round assaults, shrouding their heinous acts by arbitrarily arresting thousands of people, imposing hefty bail terms or passing heavy sentences.
We are providing the list of Southern Azerbaijani prisoners of conscience trapped in prisons and insistently seek your help in saving the lives of these people by offering your support to:
I wish to add that according to our sources, one purpose behind these inhumane and illegal harsh policies is a futile preparation against the annual Babek Castle march. In spite of this, our people are preparing for this annual event on a monumental scale and we are expecting half a million people to assemble in the castle environs.
This demonstration takes place every year on the first Friday of July. Once again we request you to dispatch your envoys to take part in this Assembly and to report back on its proceedings. This would also provide an opportunity for your envoys to meet Southern Azerbaijani political prisoners. Based on contemplating their report, I am also happy to help you and contribute towards meeting a certain amount of their expenses through our Committee.
The Committee for Defending the Rights of the World Azerbaijanis
Together with this letter there are 7 documents in this correspondence, as detailed below:
DOCUMENT 2: (See also Source: Document 5)
A Petition Describing the Protest of Hundreds of Authentic and Legal Personalities for the Defence of Civil Rights of the Nation of Azerbaijan (Southern)
This is a petition undersigned by hundreds of authentic and legal Turkic personalities as a protest and is in the defence of civil, cultural, economic and social rights of the nation of Azerbaijan (Southern). This is also a response to the inexplicable detentions conducted against activists establishing our Turkic identity, where detentions took place in the course of the last winter in cities across Azerbaijan proper e.g. Zenjan, Tebriz, Maragha, Qum, Eher, Khoy, Meshgin-sheher (Khiyov) and Erdebil.
This petition, published as an open letter to the head of the Office of Justice of the Province of Eastern Azerbaijan, expressly emphasising on illegal acts of the authorities in the cities of Maragha. The letter demands the authorities to comply with the citizens’ rights of Turkic Azerbaijanis and to stop illegal acts by judiciary offices.
An Independent Journalist from Tebriz
In the name of god
Our fight for justice starts from the Office of Justice!
Date 8 February 2006 (the day of Ashura)
Re Open Letter to
The Honourable Head of the Department of Justice of Eastern Azerbaijan
The undersigned persons (see Document 4), as an integral part of citizen of Azerbaijan (Southern) respectfully remind you that:
Regrettably, despite existing legal frameworks, Azerbaijanis (Southern) are deprived of their rights as individuals, as an ethnic group and as a nation. There is an absence of education in our mother tongue, a failure to implement our economic rights in diverse sectors and in general an absence of a framework to confer our rights recognised by international conventions and approved by the National parliament and Islamic Councils …
A great number of individuals seeking the establishment of our rights on political, cultural, art, social and legal fronts are subjected to all sorts of judiciary repressions year after year. In general these individuals not only do not get fair trials but are subjected to further injustice by the Offices of Justice purely for the reason of seeking justice.
Trial courts are well versed in irrelevant sentences and expression including: propaganda against the order of the country; conspiring to break the internal security of the country; spying; organising illegal parties and their membership (in general these are followed by penal codes of Item 498 – 502 of the Islamic penal codes).
In addition, it is quite typical for the authorities to prevent selection of one’s own lawyer; to not conduct open and fair trials; … Other typical tactics employed include: arresting without warrant followed by physical violence; subjecting prisoners of conscience to psychological pressures including threatening family members … Upon implementing the court sentences typical injustices include: denying these political prisoners the rights appropriate to prisoners, e.g. day release, reconsideration of sentences and conditional discharge. An illustration of the above includes the case of Mr Yashar Hekkak-pur, attached as Document 3, below.
In conclusion, the undersigned persons (see Document 4) insistently demand you, as the highest organ of justice in the province, to pass appropriate orders to halt these illegal acts in the department of Justice and to remove all these breaches in justice.
DOCUMENT 3: (See also Source: Document 6)
Mr. Yashar Hekkakpur speaks out of the ordeal he suffered
Illegal acts imposed upon me during my detention
I was arrested without warrant. When I demanded to see the order summoning me from the security agents, they bundled me into their car. When I objected to their manner of treating me and arresting me without a court order, one of the agents pressed my neck with his hands, as if strangling me and used force to suffocate me. They threatened that if I did not remain silent, they would handcuff me and using an instrument in their hand they will beat me up until I lose my consciousness.
When I was in Maragha and even when transferred to Tebriz, I was blindfolded, despite my continuous objections.
I was not taken to court for three days. It should be noted that according to the law, one cannot be detained without charge for more than 24 hours.
My objections were typically followed by the response that I could be detained as long as the authorities wished. I was told: you have learned things from these treacherous newspapers but do not forget that we can do whatever we wish.
The interrogator used foul language and insulted my system of beliefs during my detention. He attributed ongoing events to Seyyid Mohhamad Khatami and regarded people like me as infidels and deserving of death. He claimed that I was connected with America and England and that I was a spy.
The above person insisted that I was a member of evil forces and that all I read about, discuss and/or talk about are rubbish and nothing more. He stated that anyone capable of accessing the Internet is an agent of the enemy and he attributed this to the program of monitoring emails by Pentagon, who owns yahoo and each bit of information is processed by America before reaching their final destination. Thus, he regarded the act of emailing as committing to a great offence.
The interrogator kept talking about Mujahideens, mentioning that he himself had seen many of them to their execution track. He told me to repent and read the Quranic verse on repenting.
When interrogating me, he compared me with the Munafiqs (as Khomeini branded the members of the Popular Mojaheeds Organisation) and was not interested in my objections that there were nothing in common between me and them. His mind appeared set in regarding my friends and I as armed forces mobilised against the Islamic order. As he regarded himself a Hezbollah, he disregarded my opinions demanding education in Turkic Azerbaijani in our schools as conferred by Item 15 of the Constitution and felt free to insult our Turkic identity.
I was accused of things unrelated to my activities, or demands. At the detention centre of Maragha, Mr. Peyghami, a religious person, referred to the opinions of Ayatollah Hassan Beheshti claiming that Persian and Arabic were the world supreme languages. Since these were the words of this particular Ayatollah and these languages were the languages of the paradise, it was stated that our Turkic language was not of importance and could become extinct.
One of the colleagues of Peyghami, who was from Tebriz and had the pseudonym Behmeni, interrogated me on the third day. His approach was initially tough and I was threatened with long term imprisonment and torture. On realising that his threats were ineffective and in the face of my continued protestations emphasisng my legal rights, he softened somewhat and assumed pretentious friendliness. He made accusations that my cultural and social activities are incompatible with what is legally allowed. As my activities within the university are all within law, I expressed surprise when he regarded them as illegal. I gave an example regarding a complaint petition against the arbitrary behaviour of a group of security agents and emphasised our rights and the unacceptable acts of the authorities. He responded angrily that in claiming to promote culture and pledging allegiance to Azerbaijanis, we were traitors and in attending the annual Babek Castle Assembly, we were committing unholy acts and were, in consequence, dishonourable people.
My interrogator got so angry that he came out of his cell with 1.5-2 m of me; walked towards me to say: “tell your friends that we will cut their ears (i.e. punish) as and when we wish!”
Failing to get a confession, he angrily left the room saying that he is from another city, very busy and cannot stay in Maragha everyday, wishing me to remain in prison until I rot.
After three days from my detention at 23.00 nighttime, I was informed that the Judge has arrived to explain my accusations to me. They took me to the interrogation room of the detention centre of the security office. The judge asked me the meaning of the term “Southern Azerbaijan” and I furnished him with some information and who uses this term. The Judge after a few questions regarding the student journal of Zenjan Sozleri and various news websites, he explained the charge against insulting to the “religious guardianship” (Vilayet Feqih) by referring to a news item appeared in a website.
With the information that I have on the Internet websites, I tried to convince the judge that I only refer to these sites to read them and I have no connection with that particular website. However, he said that apparently I have their password and type directly their news items and the insult to religious guardianship and the recorded article was apparently my doing.
I was really shocked of his accusations. On the second round he explained my accusations by accusing me of spying and spreading propaganda against the regime and in favour of forces rejecting the regime. My efforts were in vain that I was only active in the University of Zenjan on student affairs and (despite being from Maragha) was not active in Maragha; adding that my student activities were all within legal framework and within the university; our activities were evaluated by authorities within the university. He refused to accept my explanations and was adamant that our little groups are engaged in illegal activities to destabilize the country under the name of Green Azerbaijan and The House of Azerbaijanis.
As I was only active in the House of Azerbaijanis of the university in cultural and social aspects with an official licence issued by the National Organisation for Youth, I considered the accusations irrelevant (I guess a spy would not be fired with such as a scale of accusations). Thus I was stunned and by way of protest to these arbitrary accusations, I resorted to hunger strike.
An interesting point was that after ending the interrogation, we were ordered to sign a number of documents at 3.45 in the morning. These were describing my transfer (Yashar Hekkakpur) and Davud Ezimzade to the department of Justice. However, I noted the need to record the time, the place and date and this upset them. After this, I also signed the minutes of the meeting that was compiled by the judge describing my detention until the second notice, where he had left blank the specific data on the date of detention and release.
After 8 days, I and my friend Ezimzade were transferred to security offices in Tebriz. The following day we were interrogated in a dark room with no air conditioning and one felt suffocated. In spite of my interrogations running into some 70 pages in Maragha, I was interrogated again in Tebriz with the log running into some 60 pages. I was under both psychological and physical pressure (the physical pressure was exacerbated by my hunger strike). Their interrogations (4 hours in the morning and 6 hours in the afternoon) took place in that dark room and outside these hours I was being transferred to a dark room. During all 9 days that I was interrogated, I was blindfolded during the interrogation times and the transfers to the interrogation room in the Department of Intelligence (Ittilaat or Ettelaat). Haji Murtuza, the leader of the interrogation team, told me that they have obtained orders from the Judge to detain us for one month, adding that the Judge obeys their instructions and it is easier than “drinking water” to extend the detention period for another month.
Besides interrogations, every day I had the allowance of fresh air but this was in a back yard 3m by 3m and like a castle it had 8m high walls and naturally it was semi-dark and very boring. Also here I had the opportunity for my line thought of contemplating the accusations, including antirevolutionary, branding my university and intellectual activities as terrorist or destabilizing the country (where any such activity should be evaluated by the university); I was very concerned and my morale was undermined when accused of connecting me to America and England; I was frequently compared with Munafiqs, or “we could easily imprison you for 10 years or more for these accusations.”
They regarded me and people like me as betrayers and foreign agents. At the end we were told the only way to our freedom is by signing what they want. As we were not in a good psychological and physical duress we gave in to write false statements tantamount to the following “the articles in Zenjan Sozleri are all false and illegal and I have distribution this periodical outside the university and take responsibility for these.”
I was under pressure in the detention centre to call my family and call them to keep silence about my detention. Also I was asked to call S. Metinpur (a friend of mine in Zenjan) and inform him that if my arrest is aired internationally including my arrest and detention and my fathers interview with foreign radios, then this will be reflected on my file and my sentences will be harsher. Also my family may face with appropriate hardships.
For the first time, I saw the Judge and observed severe accusations against me. As I do not understand law much, I demanded to have a lawyer of my confidence, and I stated that I do not know my rights and the accusations are undue and severe. The Judge said no lawyer is necessary.
Also, when I saw the Judge in the second round in Maragha, I described him that I was under psychological and physical duress and suffered a box on ear by Mr. Peyghami, the interrogator of Maragha. The Judge reminded me of charges against insults to the foundations of the country and angrily dismissed me saying in anger go away.
I was transferred from Tebriz to Maragha Prison and I was still in the detention period and after tracing my fingers for the second time I was dispatched to the prison, first quarantined and then placed in the Youth sector of the prison. I was mixed with general prisoners including murderers, thieves and charlatans. I also penetrated their thoughts by sharing my views with them.
One day later, a clergyman, who was in charge of the cultural unit of the prison, was promoting a poetry session in front of the prison Mosque. I recited here a poem by Bulud Qarachurlu titled “But I do claim to be from a superior race …”.
The clergyman was cynical of my recited poem and said that religion is superior to everything including language. As I never take language second to religion, I therefore defended my thoughts. This provoked the clergyman (Mr. Pashai who is from the Southern Azerbaijani city of Maki) and threatened me to be transferred to Section 1 of the prison, allocated to dangerous prisoners and full of drugs, drug-dealers and swindlers. I was eventually transferred there and naturally I said do whatever you wish.
This situation continued for one month, after which I was set free having met a hefty bail of amounting 800,000,000 riyal (approximately $100,000).
DOCUMENT 4: (See also Source: Document 7)
Transcription of Under-signatories
The undersigned individuals:
1 Yashar Ibrahimi-zade 2 Mrs. Solmaz Ibrahim-zade 3 Mrs. Elman Ibrahimi
4 Pedram Ibrahimi 5 Hesen Ibrahimi 6 Qafar Ibrahimi
6 Meherrem Ibrahimi 7 Huseyn Ejr-khah 8 Hesen Ejr-khah
9 Semed Ehedi-vend 10 Oruj Ehmed-pur 11 Nasir Ehmedi
12 Yunis Zare’un 13 Behnam Ustad Abbasli 14 Mehemmed Esedi
15 Mehdi Esedi 16 Aydin Eslan Oghlu 17 Huseyn Ismaili
18 Rehber Ismaili 19 Sehend Efshari 20 Huseyn Iqbali Koyij
21 Ebulfezl Ekberi 22 Eli Ekremi 23 Mensur Imami
24 Qulamrza Emani Qaraguni 25 Araz Enveri 26 Seid Enveri
27 Kerim Ehemmi 28 Araz Abadi 29 Yusuf Abadi-khah
30 Mehemmed Atesh-Efruz Hokmabad 31 Yunis Aramish
32 Rza Aghai 33 Murad Agha-pur 34 Aghshin Aghai
35 Abdulla Al-javanan 36 Kerim Amaqli 37 Mrs. Nahid Babazade
38 Ferid Baqirzade 39 Ehed Baqiri 40 Mrs. Re’na Bavili
41 Mrs. Nida Bavili 42 Mehemmed Bayrami 43 Atabek Bekhtever
44 Babek Bekhtever 45 Jahanbekhsh Bekhtever 46 Chingiz Bekhtever
47 Ibrahim Bedeli 48 Hesen Bedeli 49 Abdulla Bedeli
50 Eli Beraderan 51 Eli Berazende 52 Sabir Berzgerzade
53 Mehemmedrza Bezzazi 54 Emir Abbas Bennai Kazimi 55 Javad Bahari Tebrizi
56 Ehmed Behrami 57 Qulameli Bibak 58 Husheng Pervay
59 Eli Pervinpur 60 Emir Penahi 61 Hemid Penahi
62 Taghi Purbaqiri 63 Elirza Purbekhsheli 64 Mrs. Semiyye Purjelili
65 Hemid Purveli 66 Eziz Purveli 67 Esger Purian
68 Aresh Pirzade 69 Mrs. Shehin Pirzade 70 Mejid Pirzade
71 Perviz Tariverdizade 72 Rustem Tari 73 Mustafa Tari
74 Altay Tebrizli 75 Eli Tebrizi 76 Resul Turkanpur
77 Taghi Tevanmend 78 Yashar Turkoghlu 79 Sevil Tirendaz
80 Seyyad Tirendaz 81 Ekber Timar 82 Mrs. Feride Jeferi
83 Araz Jeliloghlu 84 Rza Jeliloghlu 85 Sadiq Jeferi
86 Seyyad Jeferi 87 Seyyad Jeferi 88 Araz Jeliloghlu
89 Rza Jeliloghlu 90 Mehemmed Jeliloghlu 91 Behzad Jelili
92 Sina Jelili 93 Yaver Jemali 94 Nusret Jendeqi
95 Yaqub Jahangirzbade 96 Yusuf Jahangirzade 97 Huseyn jahani
98 Eli Javadpur 99 Mehdi Javadpur 100 Mehdi Javadpur
101 Mehemmedeli Javangruh 103 Rehman Chopani 104 Eyrej Haziqi
105 Javad Hebibzade 106 Ehmed Hesenpur 107 Mahmud Hesenpur
108 Resul Hesenzade 109 Mrs. Peri Hesenzade 110 Shahin Heseni
111 Muhibb-ulla Huseynzade 112 Javad Huseynzade 113 Huseyn Huseynzade
114 Siyamek Huseynelizade 115 Umid Huseyni 116 Nurullah Huseynian
117 Ehmed Nusreti 118 Elesger Hezreti 119 Leyla Heyderi
120 Eli Khalitabadi 121 Eli Khanzade 122 Mehdi Khudadi
123 Ismayil Khudadai 124 Mehemmed Khetibi 125 Qulu Khelefi
126 Allahverdi Khelili 127 Emir Khelili 128 Jabrayil Khelili
129 Sadiq Khelil 130 Hesen Khun-Jahan 131 Huseyn Khun-Jahan
132 Ehed Khiyabani 133 Mukhtar Khiyabani 134 Kerim Kheyberi
135 Aytan Donmez 136 Settar Dadkhah 137 Eli Daghchi
138 Araz Danishver 139 Boyuk Dani 140 Hesen Daveri
141 Heyder Daveri 142 Ufuq Derdmend 143 Babek Derdmend
144 Eli Deliri 145 Hesen Demirchi 146 Eli Dehqan
147 Rza Dehqannejad 148 Ibrahim Dehqannejad 149 Husheng Dibavend
150 Elirza Ruba’I 151 Javad Rejebzade 152 Ibrahim Restgari
153 Behram Rustemvend 154 Huseyn Rustemi 155 Mohsun Rzanur
156 Erdalan Rzai 157 Okhtay Rezevi 158 Heseni Rezevi
159 Yashar Rezevi 160 Hesen Ruhullapur 161 Haray Ruqeddi
162 Elirza Zare’ 163 Qulamrza Zare’ 164 Emir Zahid
165 Mehdi Zahid 166 Hesen Zahidi 167 Sevil Zahidi
168 Sejjad Ziyneti 169 Ehed Zini-beyli (Beyglu) 170 Aysan Salarzade
171 Elirza Serdari 172 Mrs. Arzu Serdari 173 Mrs. Sanaz Serdari
174 Dariyush Se’idi 175 Qadir Sultani 176 Eli Siyasi
177 Yusuf Eli Seyferi 178 Mrs. Arzu Shadi 179 Hemid Shafe’i
180 Sadiq Sherifi 181 Nasir Shikuhi 182 Mrs. Nahid Shikuhi
183 Yedullah Shekibi 184 Emir Shukri 185 Yusuf Shukri
186 Behzad Shehriyari 187 Yaqub Shehriyari 188 Ismayil Shixli
189 Yar-Mehemmed Sane’i 190 Yusuf Shirinpur 191 Yedulla Sahibqelem
192 Aydin Sadiqi 193 Yusuf Sadiqi 194 MehemmedRza Sadiqi
195 Yaqub Sehrai 196 Elirza Serrafi 197 Hesen Seferzade
198 Behruz Seferi 199 Meqsud Seferi 200 Mrs. Minu Seferi
201 Ibrahim Terefi 202 Resul Telai 203 Seid Telai
204 Saleh Adili 205 Hadi Adili 206 Mahmud Adili Qalibaf
207 Sabir Ali 208 Jefer Amili 209 Ekber Imadpur
210 Mrs. Ziba Ibadpur 211 Javid Ibadi 212 Khisro Ibadi
213 Araz Ibadi-nejad 214 Eli Abbaspur 215 Behzad Abbaszade
216 Mohsun Abbaszade 217 Elyar Abbasi 218 Hesen Ebdurehmani (Umudoglu)
219 Himayet Abdullah-nejad 220 Sabir Abdullahi 221 Ilyas Abdullahi
222 Taymaz Abdullahi 223 Shukrulla Abdullahi 224 Sabir Abdullahi
225 Taghi Ebdi 226 Mehemmed Ebdi 227 Mahmud Ebdi
228 Huseyn Ebdi 229 Abbas Ebdi 230 Mehemmed Ezizi
231 Eli Ezimi 232 Javad Eli Meded-nejad 233 Mehemmed Elipur
234 Hemid Elizade 235 Mehdi Elizade 236 Hebib Endelib
237 Mustafa Evezpur 238 Ayaz Qulampur 239 Babek Qulamzade
240 Mrs. Ayda Qulami 241 Abbas Qulami 242 Subhan Fethi
243 Qulamhuseyn Feridi 244 Heyder Qabil 245 Elirza Qasimpur
246 Qulamrza Qasimpur 247 Rehim Qasimi 248 Mehemmedrza Qasimi
249 Hamid Qarazad 250 Ibrahim Qurbanzade 251 Eli Qurbanzade
252 Resul Qurbani 253 Erirza Qashqayi 254 Hesen Qishlaqi
255 Hesen Qishlaqi 256 Ekber Qenberi 257 Babek Qojaoghlu
258 Ferhad Qevidel 259 Hadi Kave 260 Zulfuqar kemali
261 Ershed Kazimi 262 Evez Kazimi 263 Babek Kerimi
264 Mrs. Reyhane Kerimi 265 Semed Gulmehemmedzade 266 Seid Metinpur
267 Elirza Mohsuni 268 Jelaleddin Mehemmedpur 269 Ayet Mehemmed Jeferi
270 Aytan Mehemmedi 271 Babek Mehemmedi 272 Seyyar Mehemmedi
273 Elirza Mehemmedi 274 Nesrin Mehemmedi 275 Nevid Mehemmedi
276 Terane Mehemmedi Esl 277 Mehdi Mahmudi 278 Mrs. Arzu Mededi
279 Savalan Mededi 280 Behruz Merendi 281 Sohrab Muruvveti
282 Mehemmed Muruvveti 283 Hamid Mesudi 284 Jefer Me’teri
285 Settar Muqeddem 286 Eli Muqeddem 287 Esger Muni’
288 Ekber Muhajiri 289 Mrs. Semiyye Muhajiri 290 Esed Mehri
291 Rza Muvehhidi 292 Mir Seyid Musevi Kurdler 293 Mehemmedrza Munis
294 Mehemmed Mirzai 295 Bayram Mirzazade 296 Elirza Nasir
297 vehid Nahi 298 Ebulfezl Nesiri 299 Nasir Nezmi
300 Qadir Ne’metzade 301 Emir Nefisi 302 Ferhad Nuri
303 Mehdi Nuri 304 Yusuf Nuri 305 Selman Nevidi
306 Mohsun Hashimi 307 Babek Herekli 308 Mrs. Sona Herekli
309 Mazyar Herekli 310 Ibrahim Hummetju 311 Eli Hummeti
312 Mehdi Hummeti 313 Mehdi Vahid 314 Sirus Vehdani
315 Firuz Vehdani 316 Emir vehid 317 Saman Vehid Qurbani
318 Javad Vehidi 319 Elesger Vehidi 320 Meherrem Velipur
321 Ekber Velipur 322 Shirvan Velipur 323 Behnam Vahabpur
324 Eli Vahabpur 325 Qulamrza Vahabpur 326 Hesen Yarmez
327 ehed Yari 328 Haj-Ehmed Yari 329 Mehemmed Yegane
330 Hamid Yeganepur
Protests expressed separately by publishing organisations, foundations or social associations and individuals, a list of which is given below:
331 The Islamic Association of Zenjan University Students
332 A group of student of Tehran University
333 A group of religious students of Hemedan-Azerbaijanis
334 A group of teachers, writers and social and cultural activists of Zenjan
335 The Islamic Society of the Students of Zenjan University
336 The Central Council of the Islamic Society Of Zenjan University
337 Women’s Voice
338 The new wave Cultural and Social Centre of Zenjan University
339 The third generation Centre for Cultural and Social of Zenjan University
340 The Centre for Cultural and Social of xxx of Zenjan University
341 The Publication Centre of Zenjan University
342 The Collective of Azerbaijani Academics
343 The Peak Periodical
344 The Anima Periodical
345 The Periodical of Wet Birds
346 The Periodical Blackboard
347 The Periodical Zenjan Sozleri
348 The Periodical Sheyda
349 The Periodical Qizil Ozen
350 The Periodical Focus
351 The Periodical New Waves
352 The Periodical Sole Heritage
353 The Periodical Third generation
354 The periodical Vejin
Name added recently:
354 Murtuza Ibrahim-nejad 355 Seid Erdebili 356 vedud Esedi
357 Mrs. Jila Esedi 358 Mehemmed Islami 359 Ekber Islami
360 Hesen Esgeri 361 Esger Ekberzade 362 Siyavush Ekberzade
363 Emir Huseyn Ekberi 364 Kerim Allahverdi 365 Kerim Allahverdi
366 Ferzan Imami 367 Milad Emrai 368 Resul Umidi
369 Ehmetulla Enzelili 370 Aydin Anqoti 371 Eli Envari
372 Ekber Azad 373 Boyuk Ayetullahi 374 Eli Babai
375 Eli Babai 376 Hesen Balazade 377 Isfendyar Bavefa
378 Ebulfezl Bejani 379 Behzad Bekhtyar 380 Shehruz Bekhtyar
381 Huseyn Purbabai 382 Iman Purqasimi 383 Iman Purqasim
383 Jelal Teqevi 384 Fatime Tovhidi 385 Mohsun Tovhidi
386 Mohsun Jabbari 387 Ekber Jiddi 388 Babek Jiddi
389 Mohsun Jelali 390 Rovshen Javanshir 391 Mehemmed Javanshir
392 Dariyush Hatemi 393 Davud Huseynzade 394 Khisro Heqqi
395 Huseyn Khalkhali 396 Mahmud Khiyabani Tebrizi 397 Yusuf Dadashi
398 Sadiq Dadger 399 Suleyman Daghli 400 Ramin Dervish-nejad
401Ehmed Dildade 402 Ferhad Dunyadide 403 Nasir Devvar
404 Fershid Dilmeqani 405 Shehram Radmehr 406 Sejjad Radmehr
407 Behnam Radmehr 408 Haleh Radmehr 409 Emin Radmehr
410 Vehid reshidi 411 Elshen Reshidi 412 Ismayil Reshidi
413 Arif Reshidi 414 Vezir Reshidi 415 Ruhulla Reshidi
416 Eli Rzai 417 Ferhad Rzai 418 Nasir Rzapur
419 Khelil Rzai 420 Ferhad Rzai 421 Mohsun Refi’i
422 Fethulla Zeynebi 423 Yehya Samanli 424 Taha Seadeti
425 Adil Seadeti 426 Eli Seidi 427 Perviz Seyyai
428 Heyder Shadi 429 Ehed Sherifzade 430 Umid Shukri
431 Seljuq Shehbazi 432 Misem Sheykhi 433 Ramin Sadiq Esl
434 Eli Sadiq Berzger 435 Mehemmed Sebri 436 Ferzad Semedli
437 Esger Seyfi Jahani 438 Esger Abbaszade 439 Eli Abbasi
440 Shehnam Abbasi 441 Babek Abbasi 442 Abdulla Abbasi Javan
443 Ruhulla Abbasian 444 Ferid Ebdulelizade 445 Eli Abdullahi
446 Khisro Ebdi 447 Saleh Edl 448 Hemdulla Esgeri
449 Qurban Etai 450 Resul Elm-shahi 451 Mehdi Elevi
452 Behruz Elizade 453 Mohsun Elizade 454 vehid Elizade
456 Shehram Eyvezian 457 Yashar faiqi 458 Shehram Fettahpur
459 Feramerz fettahi 460 Ibrahim Fethi 461 Ferhad Feturechi
462 Misem fedai 463 Elirza fershi 464 Siyavush Ferhadi
465 Emin fezli 466 Tovfiq Feyzullahi 467 Mehemmedrza Qasimi
468 Ibrahim Qasimi 469 Eli-Mehemmed Qazizade 470 Ne’met Qedr-khudai
471 Arif Qaradaghli 472 Shemsi keremi 473 Eng. Hesen Kerimi
474 Atila Kishizade 475 Abbas Lisani 476 Huseyn Lisani
477 Rza Lisani 478 Eli Lisani 479 Mehdi Lisani
480 Javanshir Lisani 481 Mehemmed Lisani 482 Bijen Mujabi
483 Qudretulla Mejd 484 Mehdi Mehemmedpur 485 Mejid Mehemmedpur
486 Elirza Mehemmedi 487 Seyyad Mehemmedian 488 Resul Mukhtari
489 Bekhsheli Muradi 490 Ilqar Merendi 491 Elirza Muqeddesi
492 Sevdim Eli Musevi 493 Seid Mughanli 494 Salik Movlai
495 Mrs. Ezize Movlai 496 Seyyid mehemmed Miyanci 497 Saleh Mirkazimi
498 Ekrem nejjari 499 Seid nejjari
500 Mehemmed Nejefi Zare’ 501 Mahmud Nesiri 502 Kamal Neimi
503 Abbas neimi 504 Mehdi Neimi 505 Mehdi Novruzi
506 Elirza Nikkhah 507 Yusuf Hushyar 508 Rehim Vahidi
509 Qafar Vuqari 510 Mehemmed Yaveri 511 Leyla Yaqubi
512 Ekber Yusufi 513
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