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Ayatollah Khalkhali: If they were guilty they will go to hell and if they were innocent they will go to heaven.

In April of 1979, Khomeini denounced the Democratic Party of Iranian Kurdistan as an anti-Islamic Party, issued a fatwa, and thus declared a holy war on the Kurds of Iran. On August 18, 1979, two days after Khomeini assumed powers as commander in Chief of the Armed Forces, he sent the army to attack and occupy Paveh, Sanandaj and Saghez. Having defeated the Kurds in the cities, Khomeini appointed Khalkhali, as head of security for Kurdistan, who proceeded with a series of summary trials and executions. The following is an example of such a trial:

Khalkahli: Where were you born?

Defendant: I was born in Orumiyeh.

Khalkhali: What happened to your hand?

Defendant: During the Tehran uprisings [the Islamic Revolution] a grenade exploded in my hand.

Khalkhali: Very good! Very good! What are you doing here?

Defendant: I came here as a guest, to take part in a social get-togethering. 

Khalkhali: That is good! Born in Orumiyeh, took part in the Tehran uprising, executed in Saghez. It all goes very well together. Kill him! Next!

Khalkhali’s Assistant: This fellow’s father is a usurer.

Defendant: My father is a usurer. What does that have to do with me?

Khalkhali:  Usury is haram, and so is the seed of usury. Kill him! Next...

On that same day, at least 24 other young Kurds were tried by Khalkhali, in the same manner, and executed in the city of Saghez. Similar trials and executions took place during the days that followed, in other cities. On another day, for example, in the city of Mahabad, 59 other Kurdish men were tried and executed by the same revolutionary court. In response to the question as to whether the people that had been executed were guilty or not, Khalkhali claimed: “If they were guilty they will go to hell and if they were innocent they will go to heaven.” And thus, the Islamic Republic continued to fight and to prosecute the Kurds of Iran, resulting in the death of over 40,000 Kurds and the destruction of at least 350 of their villages.

The Massacre at Halabjah

 

Following studies of the use of chemical weapons by Iran and Iraq during the war and further to investigations that took place immediately after the attack on Halabjah, it was concluded that it was the Islamic Republic, and not Iraq, that was responsible for the mass murder of the Kurds in Halabjah.

 

Soon after their attack on Halabjah, the agents of the Islamic Republic arrived at the scene of the crime; taking pictures of the gassed Kurdish civilians and arranging for autopsies to be carried out in order to prove that the Kurds had, indeed, been victims of a chemical attack. In the meantime, the Islamic Republic proceeded to report the incident to United Nations, blaming the Iraqis for the atrocities that had just taken place. This whole thing worked out very well for the Islamic Republic, in that it helped them win the public relations' war that was happening at the time. And this was basically all that they wanted: to win a public relations' war.

 

The massacre at Halabjah was not an accident. It was not a case of Iraqis or Iranians bombing the village, thinking that enemy soldiers were occupying it. It was not the case of the Iraqis bombing it to punish or exterminate the Kurds. It was all about the Islamic Republic waging and winning a public relation's war in order to sway international support away from the Iraqis. Indeed, strategies such as the above were nothing new in the thinking of the Islamic fundamentalists that ruled Iran. The burning to death of nearly 400 people at Cinema Rex of Abadan was another example where the Islamic culprits managed to blame the government for their own criminal acts, thus capitalizing on the human loss and suffering that they themselves had caused.

 

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