Lawdan Bazargan is a former political prisoner, a member of the family of those killed in the massacre of political prisoners in 1367, and a political and human rights activist. Bazargan has written a lot about the massacre of political prisoners in Iran in 1367, protest movements, mothers and family members who have lost their loved ones, and grief, and has sought justice for the victims of the crimes of the Islamic regime of Iran in more than Four decades have passed.

In 2020, Lawdan Bazargan created a campaign for the dismissal of Mohammad Jafar Mahalati, the ambassador of the Islamic regime of Iran to the United Nations during the massacre of 1967, and demands the dismissal of Mahalati from his professorship at Oberlin College. Bazargan has also been active in the “Iran Tribunal Court” and is currently a member of “Dad Khohan Khavaran” who are seeking justice for the victims of the bloody decade (58-67).

Bijan Bazargan, Lawdan Bazargan’s brother, is one of the victims of the massacre of political prisoners in the summer of 1367. Bijan studied in London, was an activist of the student movement abroad and returned to serve his country after the revolution. After returning to Iran, he participated in the entrance examination and entered the field of paramedicine. Bijan was arrested in 1361 on charges of being a supporter of the “Union of Communists of Iran” and after 2 years of indecision, he was sentenced to 10 years in prison. 6 years and 3 months after his arrest without any clear reason, Bijan was hanged along with more than 5000 other political prisoners and his body was not given to his family. After more than 3 decades, there is still no information about Bijan’s burial place or his will.

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