You can see another part of the testimonies of eyewitnesses of the 1988 massacre in Iran in the following clip.
This part is dedicated to the testimony of Mrs. Batoul Majani.
My name is Batoul Majani. I am a former political prisoner and spent seven years in prison. I was arrested four times. On July 27, 1988, I was arrested for the last time.
The Iranian regime has imprisoned and executed seven members of my family in the 1980s. My uncle died under torture in February 1981.
Another relative of mine, Ahmad Ahmadi, was executed in the summer of 1981. Five other members of my family were executed in 1988. My brother Abdolrasul Majani was one of them. I was arrested on July 27, 1988, at my home.
Three or four Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) came to the house and summoned me under the pretext of having some questions. In the street, they blindfolded me, as they had refused to do that in front of my parents at home.
I saw they had a list of names. I later found out that their list consisted of the names of released prisoners, and they were looking for them one by one. They completed the list and took all of us to the prison.
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