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July 25, 2011

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Open letter to UN Secretary General

His Excellency Ban Ki Moon, UN Secretary General, United Nations Organization, NY, USA.

Date: July 25, 2011

Sub: Iran's continuing border aggressions

Dear Sir,

We, a set of Kurdish intellectuals, political activists and human rights  advocates, are writing to your excellency to draw your immediate attention to the deteriorating plight of Kurdish citizens of Kurdistan Autonomous Region, Iraq.

As your Excellency is informed, the Islamic Republic of Iran has been indiscriminately shelling Iraqi Kurdistan regions for the last two executive weeks, utilizing all sorts of banned weapons against defenseless civilians, culminating in killing, injuring and displacing a large number of refugees and causing a serious human debacle.

Despite the unfortunate growing number of civilians’ deaths toll, the federal government of Iraq has not taken any concert action to put an end to these unjustifiable border aggressions and suffering of its populace. Iran continues to commit human rights violations with no regard to international laws and principles. Iran is breaching the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Iraq.

We condemn these acts of war crimes in its strongest possible terms and call upon all individuals and organizations who claim to espouse liberty and democracy and who are Partisan of human rights, the UN and the international community to take immediate action to end the ongoing devastating conflict and protect the safety of Iraqi civilians.

We urge you to personally involve yourself and look into the matter and send an independent commission to launch a probing and evaluate the inflicted damages by the Islamic Republic of Iran. The state of affairs is critical, and it requires urgent United Nations intervention.

Yours Sincerely,

Members of Kurdish community in Diasporas.

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