The Secret Fatwa
Late July 1988, the Islamic Republic of Iran suddenly locked down its prisons, where thousands of political prisoners were serving their sentences. Five months later, their desperate families were summoned to prison. They were given a bag and told that their prisoner had been executed -- no explanation, no last will, no body , no burial location. To this day, no Islamic Republic official has assumed responsibility or explained why and talking about the 1988 prison massacre is a taboo in Iran. The Secret Fatwa, with the help of brave survivors and family members who have come forward to tell their stories, reveals the truth about this crime against humanity, unique in the known history of state crimes.
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