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Regime Change In Iran By Promoting Human Rights, Freedom and Free Referendum

To:  President George W. Bush

The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500

Tuesday July 8th, 2003

President George W. Bush

CC: Heads of the world’s democratic states, U.S. Congress, the European Parliament, UN Commission on Human Rights, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch

 It is the irony of history that in the land of Cyrus The Great, the birthplace of the first charter of the “Rights of Nations” and the “Declaration of  Human Rights” over 2500 years ago, there is today no respect for human and civil rights by the Islamic regime. Cyrus, who was exceptionally tolerant of local religions and local customs and against slavery, is famous for freeing the 42,000 Jewish captives and allowing them to return to their homeland. His name appears twenty two times in the Bible. Were it not for Cyrus, it seems at least possible that the Jewish people would have become extinct in the fifth century BC and we would have never received their great contributions to mankind. Unfortunately, present day Iran is ruled by a small group of Islamic Mafia Clerics who are the embodiment of evil and have no respect for Human Rights in this land which is the birthplace of Darius The Great, Babak, Avicenna (Ibn Sina), Ferdowsi, Khayyam, Hafaz, Saadi and Rumi.   We need the help and full support from the leaders of the free world to change this regime with no / minimum bloodshed.   

 Today Iranian people are demanding civil and political freedoms, separation of religion and government, equality and justice (especially for the Iranian women), the immediate liberation of all political prisoners and Free Referendum.

With regard to the above, we the undersigned request your urgent help so that another human tragedy can be prevented before the Islamic Republic’s regime causes another massacre in Iran.  It is a regime that has executed over 120,000 political prisoners and freedom-loving Iranians in less than 2 decades.  An Iran that is free from the current regime's rule will have countless benefits such as undercutting much of the funding for terrorist groups, paving the way for a more peaceful Middle East, and creating a region in which all inhabitants can participate in a system that is for the people and by the people. Protests and demonstrations are a democratic right of the Iranian people, and it is the  duty of all  freedom-loving people around the world to defend this right.  Since there are over 1,000,000 Iranian-American and Iranian citizens in the United States  we ask you as a responsible authority to defend the rights of not only our family members and fellow countrymen but of all people who demand freedom throughout the world.  In this we ask that you respond to the following appeal:


1) In honor and memory of all the Iranian contributions to world history and mankind, please consider to proclaim 18Tir July 9 As “Iran’s Human Rights and Freedom Day” in the USA in an effort to attract peace-loving Americans in the struggle to support a free Iran and a more peaceful world.

2) Please condemn the inhumane crimes of the Islamic Regime of Iran and demand that it stop the suppression and use of violence against the demonstrators.  Please give an ultimatum to the regime, urging it to step down peacefully because they have lost all legitimacy.

3) Please ask the international community to immediately send a team to observe the situation in Iran.

4) Please support the general demand of the Iranian people for a referendum and free elections observed by international organizations.


Since the September 11th tragedy, one of the most tragic human rights violations of recent times, the world community must deliver a strong condemnation to such violators, and we should not tolerate any human rights violations in any part of this planet by any group.  Please consider the above requests from freedom and peace-loving Americans, Iranian-Americans, and the Iranian people who are great friends of all Americans and freedom-loving people of the world.

All human beings are in truth akin;                              
All in creation share one origin.
When fate allots a member pangs and pains,               
No ease for other members then remains.
If, unperturbed, another's grief canst scan,                
Thou are not worthy of the name of man.
 Sa'adi (1215?-1292) Famous Persian Poet

Sincerely Yours,


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