Mohammad Banazadeh Amirkhizi: Prisoner of the day

Sentenced to 5 years in prison for visiting his child at Camp Ashraf

HRANA: Despite a deterioration in the health of Mohammad Banazadeh Amirkhizi, prison authorities refuse to transfer him to hospital to receive medical tests for his prostate problem.

Security forces stormed Mohammad Banazadeh Amirkhizi's business on November 30, 2009 and arrested him, transferring him to Intelligence Ministry's Ward 209 at Evin Prison. Mohammad Banazadeh Amirkhizi, 65, underwent severe physical and psychological torture during his close to two years' stay inside Ward 209. Branch 15 of Tehran Revolutionary Court, under Judge Salavati, sentenced Banazadeh to five years in prison during a trial in which he had no access to his defense lawyer or a chance to defend himself.

Mohammad Banazadeh Amirkhizi is brother of Kobra Banazadeh Amirkhizi, another political prisoner who was transferred to Gharchak Prison in Varamin in July to serve the "exile" portion of her five-year prison sentence. Like Mohammad Banazadeh, his wife and two brothers were also imprisoned for visiting with their children at MEK's Camp Ashraf, and were released after they served their full prison terms.


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by Roozbeh_Gilani on

On Islamist Regime, For putting this old man behind bars , simply because his children are supporters of MKO. 

"Personal business must yield to collective interest."


درود بر تمام زندانیان سیاسی


ننگ بر آنانیکه از این زندانیان شجاع برای هدف شخصی خود سؤ استفاده میکنند

Iranians of all walks of life taking a stand for their freedom and just rights.  They are to be commanded and supported by all freedom loving folks.


  Iranians need to stand united in their support for these brave souls, support their goals and aspiration for a  free independent and prospers Iran. 

 Foreign nations which thru their apartheid policy practice the same insanity and unjust detentions cannot be a good example for the future of Iran and need not to apply. 


'Hambastegi' is the main key to victory 



Regime change for Mohammad's sake

by Fred on

Regime change is the only way to end 34 years of Messianic Islamist Rapists’ indoctrinated barbarism in the form of gross violation of human rights and crimes against humanity.

Backbreaking airtight sanctions plus air/naval quarantine with the aim of helping Iranian people to overthrow the unreformable Islamist Rapists is a must.