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 Ali Fallahian, Deputy Director of the Ministry of Intelligence in 1988 massacre

 Ali Fallahian
POSITION IN 1988: Deputy Director of the Ministry of Intelligence
CURRENT POSITION: Member of Assembly of Experts
OTHER POSITIONS:
Religious judge of the Islamic Revolutionary Court in Abadan
Religious judge of the Islamic Revolutionary Court in Kermanshah
Minister of Intelligence
Special Prosecutor
Deputy Chief Revolutionary Prosecutor
Head of the Armed Forces Counter-intelligence Organization
CHARGES RELATED TO THE MASSACRE OF POLITICAL PRISONERS IN IRAN IN 1988:
In his position as deputy to Intelligence Minister Rayshahri, Fallahian played an active role in implementing Khomeini’s orders. He appointed many of the Intelligence Ministry officials to the “death committees.”
OTHER CHARGES:
1. As the religious judge in several cities including Abadan and Kermanshah, he issued the execution order and imprisonment of several hundred people.
2. In 1982, as the Deputy Chief of the Revolutionary Court, he coordinated the activities of the Tehran Revolutionary Court and the Central Committee and Revolutionary Guards Intelligence which led to the violent crackdown of 1982. ( Abrar Newspaper August 20, 1989). As a result of the regime’s Revolutionary Guards’ attack on the houses of Mojahedin members and supporters in Tehran, at least 60 were killed. The list of their names is available.
3. In his position as the religious judge of the Islamic Revolutionary Court, he was able to discover and destroy Mojahedin’s organization in Kermanshah and Khorassan provinces. (Abrar, August 20, 1989) Fallahian signed the execution orders of many Mojahedin members and supporters in these two provinces.
4. In his position as the Deputy Intelligence Minster, he was responsible for the training of terrorist teams operating outside Iran.