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Ali Akbar Ghorbani Abducted, Killed under Torture in Turkey

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Ali Akbar Ghorbani was a senior majoring in science at a Turkish university. He was also involved in political activities in Turkey and as an advocate of the Iranian Resistance; he exposed the gross human rights violations by the ayatollahs’ regime.
Ghorbani’s activities had infuriated the ruling mullahs to the point that they finally decided to plot against his life.
Ghorbani was kidnapped by Tehran’s terrorists in Turkey in June 1992 and killed under savage tortures in a safe house in the same country.

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