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Beşîkçî: Regime orders, the sole cause of Kurdish leaders` death in Iran

Îsmaîl Beşîkçî, a prominent Turkish scholar paid homage to the monument of Dr. Sadegh Sharafkandi, then the leader of Democratic Party of Kurdistan of Iran, who was gunned down in Berlin, Germany in 1992. Dr. Beşikçi was accompanied by number … Continue reading

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Mykonos, a Vicious Call and a Historic Verdict

September 17, 2014 Compiled and written by Sharif Behruz As the man with the black and green Sportino sports bag shouted in Persian: “You sons of bitches.” the first barrage of shots came from the Israeli made Uzi machine gun … Continue reading

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“Sharafkandi was direct, Ghassemlou had the political gifts and clout”

By Carol Prunhuber I met Dr. Sharafkandi in 1985 at the PDKI daftar (Bureau) in Iraqi Kurdistan. I was there with a French TV crew to do a documentary on the PDKI’s struggle in Iran. At that time, he was … Continue reading

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Looking Back at the Mykonos Trial

This article was written on the 10th anniversary of Mykonos Verdict where a highest German court found top Iranian officials including then the President of the Islamic regime of Iran, Rafasnajani (CNN: German court implicates Iran leaders in ’92 killings)responsible for … Continue reading

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Anti-Terrorism Plaque in Berlin Pits the Islamic Government against Germany

Radio Farda The unveiling last week of a small plaque commemorating the 1992 killings of anti-regime Kurdish leaders in Berlin’s Mykonos restaurant has created a rift in the otherwise smooth relations between Germany and the Islamic Republic regime. We have … Continue reading

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