Narges Mousavi: “We cannot divulge the entire ordeal we have been forced to endure.”
Can you please describe the events that occurred today?
They called us yesterday and informed us that we would be allowed to have lunch with our parents on the occasion of Eyde Ghadir. We were of course overjoyed by the news. We were told that we would be allowed to visit for 2 1/2 hours, from 11:30am to 2:00pm. As has been customary with our visits to date, two female security agents were present during our entire visit. When it was time to leave, they asked us to enter the building next door in order to be searched.
Was the behavior by the security agents different than other occasions?
Yes, from the start the physical search seemed more aggressive than usual. It almost felt as though they were seeking to provoke. Perhaps they were looking for an excuse. Who knows. We had been allowed to meet with father a few times after his angioplasty last year, but never had we been search physically in the past. Why in the world is there a need for a bodily search when the security agents had been present all along? Particularly one conducted in such a horrendous manner? Where in the world is such behavior considered acceptable?
Had such an event occurred in the past?
No we were very surprised by their request to search us at the building belonging to the Ministry of Intelligence, particularly as they had already searched us upon entering our parents’ home. We nevertheless complied thinking perhaps they were fearful that we may have stolen something from our parents’ home! They began searching us, despite the fact that our entire visitation had taken place in the presence of the aforementioned two female security officers and they had never left our side. They even asked that we remove our undergarments; a request that was not only vulgar, but against Islamic customs. What is even more disgraceful is that their behavior and requests were so desecrating that I cannot bring myself to even describe them.
How did the altercations begin?
After we refused to comply with their request, this female officer insulted us and began a physical altercation. I tried to stop her by holding her hand and she responded by slapping me and my sister across the face. At that point we entered a physical altercation. When I held my hand up to stop her, she grabbed it and proceeded to bite my arm violently. I was surprised by her physical strength. It almost felt as though she had been trained for this type of thing. My arm was bleeding, it was scrapped and began to swell. She was also kind enough to leave her fingerprints on both my face and my sister’s!
Were your parents witnessing these events?
Unfortunately they were. My mom came to the building that belongs to the Intelligence Ministry next door to their house. They had closed the door to the yard and my mother was out there saying goodbye to us when the events occurred. During the entire ordeal, my father could hear the loud noises and the violent altercation that resulted from the brutal behavior of the security officers, from behind the barred windows of their kitchen that is East of the building belonging to the Ministry. He was extremely saddened and it goes without saying that given his heart condition he should not be subjected to such pressure. It was horrible.
Did anyone interfere and try to prevent this unacceptable behavior?
My mother and Mr. Foroughi the head of the prison guards arrived. Mother tried to separate us, but the female security officer had become so violent that no one could control her. Mr. Foroughi apologized and said that the security officer in question had no right to act this way. When we stated that she probably took her orders from him, he refuted our statement and insisted that she had never been given permission to conduct a bodily search. We asked Mr. Foroghi why we had been given permission to enter our parents’ home only to be subjected to such a humiliating form of bodily search. Was this to be our gift on the occasion of Eyde Ghadir?
Did you know the female security officer in question?
Yes we knew her. It was not the first time she had behaved in such an unacceptable manner. One of the female security officers had treated my father in such a dishonorable manner, affronting and accosting father while he was hospitalized last year, to the point that he was almost taken to his death bed. My father was sick and connected to an IV tube. If they had wanted to avoid further turmoil, they would have removed her from her post back then. Not only was she not removed, but instead she was given carte blanche do do as she pleases and treat the children of a political prisoner in such a disgraceful manner. You see, my father is not just an ordinary prisoner. He is a political prisoner. He was once the Prime Minister of our country. Should they have a right to affront and abuse him this way?
Why do you suppose they allowed you and your sisters to visit with your parents only to turn around and treat you this way? What is the meaning behind such behavior?
I am not sure what is going on behind closed doors. The truth is to this day not one entities within the ruling establishment has taken responsibility for our parents’ house arrest. Their fate has always been in the hands of the Supreme National Security Council, but in reality no one has been willing to accept any responsibility. I personally believe that there several factions at play. One faction is more extreme. Their goal is to wreak havoc and they have no interest in a more relaxed and improved political climate. There is also talk of a faction that seeks to calm the political climate by silencing us. We don’t want such a thing. We demand our parents’ unconditional release. We demand that they be held responsible for this illegal 1000 day house arrest. Taking us to see our parents after 1000 days of house arrest is not sufficient. In my opinion they must apologize for what they have done. They slap us in front of our mother? In front of our detained mother? Why?
Source: Kaleme http://www.kaleme.com/1392/08/03/klm-162600/
نرگس موسوی: همه آنچه برما گذشت را نمیتوانیم بگوییم
جمعه, ۳ آبان, ۱۳۹۲
چکیده : مامان آمد توی ساختمان چون توی ساختمان خود اطلاعات بودیم از خانه آمده بودیم بیرون در حیاط را هم بسته بودند و مامان ایستاده بود که از ما خداحافظی کند. در تمام این لحظات درگیری پدرم هم از پشت میله های آشپزخانه خانه که مشرف به خانه امن اطلاعات است صداهای این برخورد و حمله های وحشیانه مامور امنیتی را میشنید. اوهم خیلی متاثر شد این در حالی هست که بابا نباید بهش فشار عصبی بیاید قلبش مشکل دارد. به هر حال خیلی خیلی بد بود….
کلمه- گروه خبر:
روز عید غدیر امسال روز تلخی برای رهبران در حصر و منتظران رفع حصر بود. روزی که دیدارعیدانه دختران میرحسین موسوی و زهرا رهنورد به شکلی دور از انتظار و همراه با خشونت و هتک حرمت پایان یافت.به خصوص آن که بعد از مدتها دختران می توانستند پای در خانه پدری بگذارند و در آنجا با عزیزان شان ملاقات کنند. شاید پیش از آن فکر می کردند این گشایشی خواهد بود چرا که به جای خانه امن وزارت اطلاعات آنان در خانه پدری دیدار صورت می گرفت. کلمه برای آنچه در این روز تلخ اتفاق افتاد با نرگس موسوی گفت و گویی انجام داد که می خوانید:
خانم موسوی لطفا شرحی از آنچه اتفاق افتاد بفرمایید.
روز گذشته به ما زنگ زدند و گفتند که دیدار داریم برای روز عید و اطلاع دادند که می توانیم ناهار را در کنار پدر و مادرمان بمانیم.خب بالطبع ما هم خیلی خوشحال شدیم . این یعنی دیدار ما دو ساعت و نیم خواهد بود . از ساعت یازده و نیم تا دو بعد از ظهر. ملاقات در حضور دو نگهبان زن مانند همیشه انجام شد. بعد از آن بود که وقتی خواستیم از منزل خارج شویم از ما خواستند به ساختمان کناری برویم برای بازدید و گشتن.
آیا امروزبرخورد ماموران از ابتدا با بقیه روزها فرق نداشت؟
چرا اولش هم بازرسی بدنی بیش از حد همیشه بود یعنی کاملا انگار می خواستند التهاب ایجاد کنند. این دفعه حالا می خواستند بهانه ای پیدا کنند یا هر چیز دیگری نمی دانم. ما دفعه قبل هم که البته یکی دوبار بیشتر پیش نیامد، منزل بابا رفته بودیم بعد از اینکه قلبشان را آنژیو کرده بودند ( سال گذشته) ولی بعد از دیدار ما بازرسی بدنی نداشتیم. واز این گذشته