Testimonies of the survivors of Iran's 1988 Massacre during the trial in Durres, Albania - 10 Nov 2021

Testimonies of the survivors of Iran's 1988 Massacre during the trial in Durres, Albania - 10 Nov 2021

Mohammad Zand testifies during the first session of Hamid Noury's trial in Albania. Zand was arrested in 1981 and has spent 11 years in prison for supporting the MEK. His brother, Reza Zand, was executed during the 1988 massacre. Several PMOI/MEK (People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran) members, including former political prisoners and survivors of Iran's 1988Massacre, were interviewed by the media and talked about the executions of over 30,000 political prisoners and the role of regime officials/operatives. (Photo by Siavosh Hosseini / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)(Sipa via AP Images)

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November 10, 2021 02:09:13 PM
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