January 11, 2016 Comments are off admin
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Treatment of the members of the Komala party of Iranian Kurdistan and Kurdish Democratic Party (KDPI) by Islamic Republic

Komala Party is one of Iran’s opposition parties in Kurdistan. The Islamic Republic of Iran’s policy of destroying and annihilating the opposition has embraced Komala as well. Arrest, imprisonment and execution of Komala activists are one of the open and official policies of the Islamic Republic of Iran. According to the laws of the Islamic Republic Regime of Iran, if a woman is sentenced to death, she must be deflowered before her execution, and hence the victim is raped. There are evidences that demonstrate the authorities would take blood from prisoners before their executions, to be used for Pasdaran [Revolutionary Guards]. The assassination of well known members and the leadership of the opposition, and in particular Komala, has taken place both at home and abroad.
It is not only the activists themselves who are in danger of persecution of the authorities, but also the family members of the Komala and other parties active in Kurdish areas are often under threat and are persecuted as well. On many occasions family members of Komala activists have been imprisoned by the security forces of the Islamic Republic, in order to force the activists to surrender themselves to the authorities. The confiscation of the belongings and the funds of the members and supporters of Komala is yet another tactic of the Iranian Regime. The arrest of Komala activists by the Islamic republic forces follows a particular pattern. Initially, the local security and intelligence authorities of the Regime, as expected, concoct an excuse for arresting the activist, for example accusation of other illegal activities. Most often these accusations include spying, holding weapons or other devices, or smuggling narcotic substances. However, this is not the case at times. In some cases, the person has been targeted for merely possessing a pamphlet or a CD which is about Komala.
Albeit the experiences and psychological traumas suffered by each individual are unique, however, one can observe a similar method in all of them. They are often accused of connections with Komala, without having any credible evidence. Many people are arrested and kept imprisoned without any charges, or after months being arrested, are kept without having any access to a solicitor or going through the judicial process.

Sometimes their charges are changed many times, without informing them on time or at an appropriate time, or they are charged with new charges. Many of them are kept in prison for a long time and are persecuted and tortured. All of these demonstrate that the Islamic Republic has pinpointed Komala activists on purpose and wishes to annihilate them physically. In most instances, after performing the executions, the bodies are buried in unknown places, far away from their families and people.

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Iran’s Kurdish Communities

Iran’s Kurdistan is situated in the west and northwest of Iran, whose majority of the population are Kurds. They live in the Western and Eastern Azerbaijan, Ilam, Kermanshah, Kurdistan, Lurestan and parts of North Khorasan and Khorasann-e-Razavi provinces. Iranian Kurds comprise more than 14% of Iran’s population and are numbered around 12 millions. The majority of Kurds reside in Kermanshah and Ilam provinces, are Shiites and some are Sunnites.
A considerable number of Shiite Kurds live in Lurestan province. The Kurds living in Khorasan are also Shiite. In Kurdistan province and parts of the Western and Eastern Azerbaijan, the Kurds are Sunnite. There is about 50,000 households Yazidi’s Amongst the Kurds. In addition, some are known as Yarsan and Ahl-e Hagh as well. The rest of the Kurds are Christians and Jews. There are no accurate data about the number of none- believers amongst Kurdish citizens. However, they are also part of the Kurdish population.
In order to achieve their rights and democracy, the Kurds have fought against oppression and suppression of the Regime, during the entire life of Islamic Republic, and have been massacred a number of times. In 1979, Khomeini, the founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran, ordered a Jihad against the people of Kurdistan. Hundreds of thousands of the military forces attacked Kurdistan. They executed thousands in the cities of Sanandaj, Marivan, Paveh, Saghez and Mahabad. In September 1979, the military forces of the
Islamic Republic executed the whole population of a village, namely “Ghareney”. During the same month, hundreds of people were massacred from Ghalatan, Inderghash, Halabi, Sophiyan and other villages. During August 1988, after the end of the 8-year-war between Iran and Iraq, thousands of political prisoners were executed and a considerable number of them were Kurds. On 22nd February 1999, during a peaceful demonstration of people of Sanadaj city, which became known as “3rd Esfand [22 February] Uprising”, tens of people were murdered by the military forces. In 2005, there were a number of public uprisings in Kurdish cities against the suppression and oppression in Iran. This was in reaction to the murder of a young man, namely Shovaneh Seyed Ghader, from Mahabad. During this uprising, which was peaceful to begin with and the military forces made it violent; [as a result] tens of people were killed in the streets of Kurdistan.

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Kurdistan

After the Islamic Republic of Iran was established in 1979, the popular forces in Kurdistan took over the management and running of the villages and cities of Kurdistan. In August of the same year, Khomeini, the founder of the Islamic Republic, under false excuses ordered the onslaught against Kurdistan and issued a fatwa called: “Jihad Against Blasphemy”.
Tens of thousands of army forces attacked Kurdistan and thousands of civilian citizens were executed in mass and in the streets. There was a full blown war against the people of Kurdistan all over the towns and villages. Execution of unarmed civilians by the firing squads in towns such as Paveh, Mahabad and Sanandaj were done with outmost barbarity and cruelty. In Mahabad 59 young men were executed without going through any kind of judiciary process. Amongst them, there were a number of youngsters under 18 years old.
In the battle between the popular forces and the military forces of the Iranian Regime, the city of Sanandaj was attacked by land and air, all kinds of weapons were used by the military and thousands of Kurdish citizens were murdered.
People of Kurdistan have always struggled for liberty against the Islamic Republic. An armed struggle was forced upon the Kurdish people. The people of Kurdistan were at no point in favour of an armed struggle and guerrilla warfare. They have always sought their just right by peaceful means. The Islamic Republic has never honoured and respected the rights of the Kurdish citizens.
The management of the day to day running of affairs in Kurdistan, from the beginning of the rule of the Islamic Republic up until now, have never been like other parts of Iran, being enforced through governmental organisations, but rather it has been imposed by the military and security forces of the regime. Consequently, the Kurdish citizens are witnessing that their rights are trampled on by the Regime’s forces and their interfering and meddling in the most private part s of their lives, by the military and governmental forces, has become a routine matter and everyday occurrence.
The news of the massacre of the citizens, unlawful arrests, degrading women, closing the eyes and ignoring the murders of women and not confronting the instigators on purpose, harassment and persecution of the young people, and the widespread tortures in Kurdistan are not publicised in the mass media outside of the Kurdistan, as they should have been. This is due to the severe suppression of the journalists and the obstacles forced against any news report activities and journalism. The reflection of the news about the execution of the political prisoners and civil activists and the violation of human rights, and also this
report, are all only a small part of the barbaric behaviour of the Regime against the Kurdish people and their trampled up on human rights in Kurdistan.
2.    Rule of the Islamic Republic of Iran
The dictatorship in Iran is based on the Islamic rule and the foundation of such regime is based on the rule of God. Islamic Republic of Iran is built on the basis of believing in God and his rules and the necessity of submitting to all his orders. In fact, the nature of this regime is the rule of the God. The creation of the Islamic Republic of Iran is based on the theory of Velayt-e Faqih (Guardianship of the Islamic Jurist). Since 11 February 1979 up to now, Iran’s Regime has existed by sheer force, brutality and Islamic despotism and by committing endless murders at home and abroad. This killing machine and violation of human rights is becoming even more widespread every day. Today, three decades later, the rule of fear and religious despotism, has not acknowledged the political, economical and civil rights of the Iranian people. Struggle for freedom, in any form, is considered as opposition and antagonism against the religion and is met with the most severe reaction by the Regime.

January 9, 2016 Comments are off admin
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Mr. Salah bayazidi: Happy Komala Day

FB.   Mr. Salah bayazidi

Happy Komala Day

It was 46 years ago, when a group of young Kurdish intellectual and revolutionaries who came together against all adds of the Kurdish society at the time, formed a new modern and up to-date political party that was known in short form of Komala. The fall of authoritarian regime of Shah in 1979, was this opportunity where Komala after nine years since its establishment, officially announced its political activity across Kurdistan. Since then Komala Party has been known for its radical policies of struggle for ending oppression of working class, women and children rights, social justice and peaceful solution to the Kurdish national question in Iran.”

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Nieuwste Test

The other topics which were widely discussed during several seminars and discussion groups prior to 14th congress, included vertices of Komala Party’s policies and its related resolutions. The new round of efforts for re-unification with colleagues who left from our party’s ranks several years ago was another discussing agenda of congress, the written resolution and related documents will be published in the upcoming days.
The election process for general secretary and main members of central committee and three substitute members was the final agenda plan of 14th congress: Faroq Babamiri, salah Bayaziddi, Nahid Bahmai, Zagros Khosravey, Khalid Hossien-zadeh, Taher Abdpanah, Khaled Alipour, Azam Ghobadi-pour, Saleh Sharefi, Rafigh Hossien-Panahi, Mohammad Kurdi, Anvar Mohammadi, Abobakr (Siyamak Moderasi), Abdullah Mohtadi (general secretary) and Jalal Naveh as members of central committee and Jamal Ahmadi, Ali Bahmani and Soran Palani as substitute members were elected by voted of representatives.
At the end we would like to present our sincere appreciation to all colleagues and individuals who tirelessly worked hard in order to organize a best atmosphere of security, and a great level of service with considering such a unique situation of 14th congress. We also present our congratulations to all ranks of komala Party and masses of Kurdistan for successfully concluding this congress. The 14th Congress of Komala Party is calling all colleagues for a new round of efforts where we can tirelessly put together all our energy for moving forward and follow all responsibilities are ahead of us during such a sensitive and crucial period. We believe political transparency, internal persistence and unity among our ranks with hard-working and tireless efforts of all of us will mark our further success and advancement in future.
14th Congress of Komala Party of Iranian Kurdistan
July 26, 2013

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Komala Party of Iranian Kurdistan concluded its 14th Congress

We are announcing that Komala Party of Iranian Kurdistan successfully concluded its 14th congress during the past few days.
The 14th congress of Komala Party was product of tireless efforts and few months advance preparation of our colleagues who provided time table and security and then full participation of all branches of our organization, representatives and observers for several days.
This congress chose slogan of unity and persistence and then official anthem of Komala Party and one minute silence for martyrs of Komala marked the opening of 14th Congress. As a first step, preparation committee presented a report about election process of representatives and it followed by votes of confidence that was given to the congress. The congress approved its internal bylaws and regulation and board of directors and then immediately entered its discussion agenda.
The discussion agenda of 14th congress with exception of the political report of general secretary that presented by him and then were discussed and analyzed, included this topics: discussion and approval of statutes that was amended and modified, vertices of party’s policies, related resolutions of the discussed topics and electing general secretary, members and substitutes central committee.
The first discussed topic of congress as mentioned earlier was a political report that presented by general secretary.

This report discussed and analyzed political situation of Kurdistan, Iran and region and the importance of 14th Congress for our further political and party’s activities also was given a great amount of attention.

At the end vertices of our crucial task and responsibilities that was given by resolutions of congress stressed as well. It is also crucial to mention that reports and written activities of different branches of organization were distributed among the participants of congress.
A political report about Kurdish question in Middle East and its possible consequences was presented that included Komala Party’s policies regarding each part of Kurdistan, such as Peace process between Turkish government and PKK, Syria’s condition and our policy about Kurdish struggle in that country and Kurdistan region and its unique statues.
The other important part of political report was included Iran’s political condition following 11th presidential election and it followed by analyzing new developments of Kurdish struggle in Iran.
The political report of general secretary was also pointed to vertices of main responsibilities during this period, improving activities of our media, more involvement with social activities, persisting and improving activities of our abroad organization, improving education statues at all level of organization, persistence and improving Pishmrga force and its relating educational program, new round of efforts for finding a united a Kurdish front in Iran, improve and continuation of our relation with pro-democracy groups within Iranian opposition and improvement of our relation at international and regional levels as well.
The second agenda of 14th Congress was statutes of our party. This topic was presented by general secretary (Abdullah Mohtadi) and it was a product of several commissions’ efforts during the last 2 years. Most importantly a commission combined of representatives of 14th Congress had analyzed this statutes and it was amended and modified for several times and eventually was approved by majority them. Once more congress discussed this amended statutes and it was approved by majority of representatives.
Reforming structure of our party, electing mechanism and Komala’s leadership task, improving and legalizing our party’s function, improving mechanism in dealing with internal discussion our party, improving level of participation for notation of our party’s policies, persist and clarification of responsibilities of central departments, improving level of supervision and collective responsibilities, confirming the necessity of persistence and unity within ranks of our party and diminishing the possibility of creating instability with Komala, modernizing and improving the function of our party based on examples of advanced and democratic political parties of the world were among the main vertices of this amended and modified statutes.
The other topics which were widely discussed during several seminars and discussion groups prior to 14th congress, included vertices of Komala Party’s policies and its related resolutions. The new round of efforts for re-unification with colleagues who left from our party’s ranks several years ago was another discussing agenda of congress, the written resolution and related documents will be published in the upcoming days.
The election process for general secretary and main members of central committee and three substitute members was the final agenda plan of 14th congress: Faroq Babamiri, salah Bayaziddi, Nahid Bahmai, Zagros Khosravey, Khalid Hossien-zadeh, Taher Abdpanah, Khaled Alipour, Azam Ghobadi-pour, Saleh Sharefi, Rafigh Hossien-Panahi, Mohammad Kurdi, Anvar Mohammadi, Abobakr (Siyamak Moderasi), Abdullah Mohtadi (general secretary) and Jalal Naveh as members of central committee and Jamal Ahmadi, Ali Bahmani and Soran Palani as substitute members were elected by voted of representatives.
At the end we would like to present our sincere appreciation to all colleagues and individuals who tirelessly worked hard in order to organize a best atmosphere of security, and a great level of service with considering such a unique situation of 14th congress. We also present our congratulations to all ranks of komala Party and masses of Kurdistan for successfully concluding this congress.

The 14th Congress of Komala Party is calling all colleagues for a new round of efforts where we can tirelessly put together all our energy for moving forward and follow all responsibilities are ahead of us during such a sensitive and crucial period. We believe political transparency, internal persistence and unity among our ranks with hard-working and tireless efforts of all of us will mark our further success and advancement in future.
14th Congress of Komala Party of Iranian Kurdistan
July 26, 2013 (more…)