Skip to comments.What Really Happened At Behesht Zahra Cemetery On The Nights Of July 13-15? Iran night burials
Posted on 08/29/2009 12:01:20 AM PDT by Texas Fossil
In this blog post, the author, who says he/she is the child of a Behesht Zahra cemetery worker, writes about reports of the secret burials of many victims of Iran's postelection violence:
I am a student and my mother is an employee at the cemetery. Our financial situation isnt good and all of us are loyal supporters of [Iranian President Mahmud] Ahmadinejad. (You may judge this as you wish!)
Even though I am aware that he has won the presidency through a fraudulent election, it is because of Ahmadinejad's government that cemetery employees can own a house after so many years, hence our support.
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“I asked my mother to tell me more of what she saw on the next night. She finally gave in to my persistent inquiries.
Tonight, we went to the same facility again. The number of corpses this time was about four times more. More than 100!!! We were delivered 23 unidentified corpses in the female section. The bearded men were greater in number as well. There were guards at every entrance to the graveyard, and any possible traffic was being controlled.
“We began our work but told them that it was too much to finish before 5 a.m. This was when the head of the bearded men came in and said, These are a bunch of whores who have sold out their country. They are murderers.’”
“Even though I am aware that he has won the presidency through a fraudulent election, it is because of Ahmadinejad’s government that cemetery employees can own a house after so many years, hence our support”.
Now this sounds like ACORN’s Mentality.
Of course, even the Iranians understand what a dictator does. Some are brazen enough to cry out “Death to the Dictator” in the demonstrations.
Our would be “Ruler” is just as guilty. He is a whimp, but you can bet he can give orders to do terrible things to people who oppose him. Did they not burn Sarah Palin’s Church? That was not a local dispute.
Looks like we are approaching another “dark” period in time when evil is not universally hated and despised. It will be seen how we deal with ours.