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عالی‌جناب ترودو، نخست وزیرکانادا!

ساقط کردن هواپیمای خط هوایی بین‌المللی اوکراین، پرواز شماره‌ ۷۵۲ در روز چهارشنبه هشتم ژانویه ۲۰۲۰ که به قتل ۱۷۶ مسافر، از جمله ۵۷ کانادایی منجر شد، گونه‌ای از حزن و اندوه‌ همگانی را در ایران، کانادا و جاهای دیگر به همراه داشته است. این اندوه ممکن است برای ده‌ها سال ادامه یابد و حتی به نسل‌های آینده منتقل شود.

ما امضا کنندگان ذیل، قویا حس می‌کنیم که این قبیل فجایع ساخته و پرداخته‌ دست انسان، اعم از اینکه با خطا و چشم‌پوشی دولت به وقوع پیوسته باشد یا در مقوله‌ یک اقدام تروریستی جنایتکارانه قرار گیرد، هرگز نباید تکرار شود.

برای احتراز از پیامد خطرناک فراموشی، این سانحه باید به صورت بخشی از حافظه جمعی ما و نسل‌های آینده‌مان درآید. به ثمر رسانیدن این مهم به اقدام فوری در راستای یادواره‌ای ساختن این تراژدی به شکل بنای یادبود، مجسمه یا موزه در اماکن عمومی و فرودگاه‌های مناطق مختلف کانادا نیاز دارد.

انجام این کار به هدف‌های ذیل مدد خواهد رسانید:

۱ـ این نمادی خواهد بود از احترام عمیق به قربانیان محبوب و معصوم این فاجعه که هستی باختند و حتی از داشتن قبر و هر گونه سنگ یادبودی محروم‌اند.

۲ـ این کار تسکینی است برای خانواده‌های داغدار و پیامی از همبستگی به آنان. مجسمه یا بنای یادبود زخم‌های باز را درمان می‌بخشد و به نیرومند‌سازی بازماندگان و درگیری هرچه فراتر آنان در جامعه مدد می‌رساند.

۳ـ انجام این مهم نمایشگر نیت مردم و دولت کانادا خواهد بود در راستای تقویت احساس مشترک و احترام برای شهروندان و ساکنان کانادا.

۴ـ بنا یا مجسمه یادمان برای این تراژدی مردود شمردن مسئله‌ فرار عاملین جنایت از مجازات است و به تمام جهانیان این پیام را ابلاغ می‌دارد که عاملین جنایت باید حساب پس دهند.

۵ـ انجام این عمل برای ما مکان مشخصی را فراهم می‌آورد که در آنجا به تفکر و تأمل بنشینیم و در رابطه با این قبیل رویدادهای دردناک بیشتر بیاموزیم.

بنا یا مجسمه‌های یادبود اماکن نیرومندی هستند که «آگاهی انتقادی» انسان‌ها را در مورد این نوع رویداد‌ها بالا می‌برند و به عنوان نشانه‌های برای هشداردهی، خدمت می‌کنند.

فرهنگ خاطره به طور روز افزونی به عنوان بخش شفابخش فرهنگ جهانی مورد توجه قرارگرفته است. این فرهنگ بازتاب فراخوانی است برای ساختن یک جامعه‌ متفاوت متکی به عدالت، آزادی و حقوق بشر. یادواره‌ها در حالی که به عنوان نمادهای یادآوری و احترام عمیق برای قربانیان و بازماندگان عمل می‌کنند، در عین حال از رسالت امید‌بخش و مثبت در چشم‌انداز قرار دادن جهانی تازه بر مبنای عدالت و صلح نیز برخوردارند.

ما می‌توانیم بر آثار دردناک انکار همیشگی مسئولیت این قبیل رویدادها و سوانحه همگانی، با مبارزه‌ جمعی و پیگیرمان به منظور به خاطر آوردنشان چیره شویم. این کار را باید به صورت مؤثر با شکستن سکوت و یادآوری گذشته -آنچنان که واقعا رخ داده است- و با نکوهش عاملان جنایت، به ثمر رسانید.

یادواره‌ها حامل این پیامند که صدای قربانیان و بازماندگان با گذشت زمان خاموش نخواهد شد. با استفاده از این شیوه است که نسل‌های آتی، بازماندگان و دیدار کنندگان می‌توانند صدای قربانیان و غریو خاموش این رویداد دردناک و بی‌عدالتی‌ای را که منعکس کننده‌ آن است، بشنوند.

مجسمه و بناهای یادبود در سکوت عمیقشان بازتاب دهنده‌ فریاد رسای قربانیانی هستند که زندگی خود را به خاطر اعمال بی‌رحمانه و شقاوت‌بار دیگر انسان‌ها از دست داده‌اند. چه نیکو گفته است نویسنده‌ نامدار آمریکایی، «براد اوسلن»:

«هر فریادی که سر داده می‌شود، به نسل‌های آینده می‌آموزاند، هشدار می‌دهد و در رابطه با درستکاری، انگیزه می‌بخشد.»

ما امضا کنندگان ذیل، قویاً و به صورت فوری از شما تقاضا داریم در رابطه با ساختن یادواره‌هایی برای قربانیان هواپیمای خط هوایی بین‌المللی اوکراین، پرواز شماره‌ ۷۵۲ که در روز چهارشنبه هشتم ژانویه ۲۰۲۰ ساقط شد، عطف توجه بفرمایید.


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The Right honorable Justin Trudeau, P.C., M.P.

Prime Minister of Canada

Office of the Prime Minister

Langevin Block, 80 Wellington Street, 

Ottawa, ON. K1A 0A2

 

Dear Right Honourable Trudeau

The shooting down of the Ukrainian plane in Iran on Wednesday January 08, 2020, which killed all 176 passengers, including 57 Canadians, has led to a kind of collective trauma in Iran, in Canada and elsewhere. This severe trauma may last for decades and even transmit to following generations. We, the undersigned, strongly feel that man-made catastrophe as such, whether it be a state-sponsored acquiescence, or an act of criminal terrorism, must never happen again. To avoid the dangerous outcomes of forgetfulness, this event of collective trauma must become an indelible part of our collective memory and that of generations to come. This necessitates urgent action for the memorialization of the tragedy in the form of memorials, statues or museums in public places or airports in different regions of Canada. This will serve the following purposes:


  1. 1. It will be a symbol of great respect to the innocent and beloved victims who have lost their lives and who are deprived of having a grave or a memorial.
    2. It will provide relief to the affected families and convey them a message of solidarity. Memorials help heal open wounds, and contribute toward survivors’ empowerment and engagement in society.
    3. It will demonstrate the intention of the Canadian people and Government to strengthen empathy and respect for Canadian citizens and residents.
    4. It will mark a refusal to accept that the perpetrators can act with impunity by memorializing the tragedy sending a message to the entire world that the perpetrators remain accountable. 
    5. It will provide us with a concrete space for reflection and education about such tragedies. Memorials are seminal places that promote “critical consciousness” of such events and serve as warnings signs. 

The culture of memory has increasingly been considered a vital healing component of our global culture. It reflects a call for the building of an alternative society based on justice, freedom and human rights. While acting as symbols of remembrance and deep respect for victims and survivors, memorials have the hopeful and positive mission of ushering in a new world based on justice and peace.

The traumatizing impacts of the continuous denial of responsibility for such events of collective trauma can be overcome by our collective and consistent struggle to ensure their remembrance. This is effectively done by breaking the silence, recognizing the past for what it is in its truth, and by admonishing the perpetrators. 

Memorials convey the message that the voices of victims and survivors are not lost with the passage of time. In this way, future generations, survivors and all other visitors will be able to hear the voices of the victims and the silent uproar of the tragedy and injustice that marks this event. In their profound silence, memorials reflect the clamour of victims who lost their lives due to the merciless and cruel acts committed by men. According to the celebrated American writer Brad Oslen, “Each cries forth to teach, warn and compel future generations toward Right Actions.”

We, the undersigned, strongly and urgently appeal to you to consider building memorials for the victims of Ukraine International Airline, flight PS 752, which was shot down on Wednesday 08 January 2020.

Yours sincerely, 

Petitioners

  1. Dr. Abbas Azadian, Psychiatrist
  2. Abbas Kiarash, Political Analyst
  3. Abbas Kohan, community activist
  4. Adil Mansure, Architect, Lecturer, OCAD University
  5. Afsaneh Hojabri, Author and Researcher
  6. Ahmad Tabrizi, Engineer and Director of Persian Circle
  7. Ahmad Pourebrahim, Business Manager and philanthropist
  8. Aitak Sorahitalab, Artist
  9. Albroz Arshak, Youth Program Manager
  10. Ali Borzoo, Cab Driver
  11. Ali Fattahi Dehnowi
  12. Ali Khorrami, Retired Flight Attendant
  13. Dr. Ali Mahmoudi
  14. Alireza Ahmadi, Student
  15. Dr. Alireza Behtoui, Professor of Sociology
  16. Alireza Jahangiri, Engineer and Classical Singer
  17. Allen Jahangiree,  Program Manager Engineering
  18. Amir Hossein Behboudi
  19. Amir Zahedi, Social and Political Activist
  20.  Arash Ghiassi, Lawyer
  21. Arash Kia
  22. Arash Salamat, community activist
  23. Ardeshir Kaymanesh, Technician
  24. Arghavan Shamsara, Writer, Journalist and Community Activist
  25. Arian Kiani, Political and Cultural Activist
  26.  Dr. Arsalan Kahnemuyipour, Associate Professor of Linguistics, University of Toronto
  27. Asgar Ca, Visual Artist
  28. Arshiya Nasser
  29. Assad Moznebi, Writer and Satirist 
  30. Atoosa Mahdavian
  31. Ava Zarrion, Financial Advisor
  32. Dr. Azadeh Azad, Sociologist
  33. Azadeh Esfandiari, women activist
  34. Azadeh Haydarian, Medical Esthetician
  35. Babak Yazdi, writer and social activist
  36. Bahar Almasi, Electrical Engineer
  37. Bahram Jam, physiotherapist
  38. Banoo Behjat, Retired 
  39. Behnaz Afaghi   Dental hygienist
  40. Behrooz Pilehvar, Social Activist
  41. Behrouz Zamani, Senior Citizen
  42. Behzad Karimi, Political Columnist 
  43. Behzad Pilehvar, business owner, philanthropist and community activist
  44. Bijan Irani, Businessman
  45. Bijan Fathi, Founding Member of the Organization of Mothers’ against Death Penalty
  46. Brian Fernandez, Social Worker
  47. Caroline Mills
  48. Caspian Makan, Journalist and Filmmaker
  49. Colin MacAdam, Retried Provincial Adjudicator
  50. Connor Pouryekta, Law Student
  51. Darab Shabahang, Simorgh Network
  52. Deanna Khosravi, Child Psychologist
  53. Dr. Dena Hohman
  54. Dr. Donald Hohman
  55. Dordaneh Khosravi, Student
  56. Dorna Mossallanejad, Teacher, English Literature
  57. Dorna Zaboli, B.A., B.C.L., J.D.
  58. Effat Razavi, women’s activist
  59. Ehsan Sayhoon, Business owner
  60. Eman Mohammadi Nejad, Lead Data Scientist
  61. Esmaeil Khataei
  62. Esmail Rabihavi, Human Rights Activist
  63. Ezat Mossallanejad, Ph.D., Policy Analyst and Researcher
  64. Farah Taheri, Writer, Journalist and Animal Rights Activist
  65. Farah Madayen, Children and Women Activist 
  66. Farahmand Rokni, former Political Prisoner and Human Rights Activist 
  67. Faramaz Rafie, business manager and cultural activist
  68. Fereshteh Gourani, Social Worker
  69. Fereshteh Raisdanaee, Administrative Assistant
  70. Dr. Farhad Kaivani, Cardiologist
  71. Fariba Rad, Senior Data Analyst and Human Rights Activist
  72. Fariba Omidvari, Home Care
  73. Farid Ameryoun
  74. Farimah Shaygan
  75. Farzana Ghulam Ghaus, Home Maker
  76. Farzaneh Afsari, Travel Agent
  77. Farzin Teymourian, Engineer
  78. Fatemeh Bazrgary
  79. Feridoun Jizan, Senior Advisor – Application Services at AARP
  80. Firouzeh Hasti, former Political Prisoner in Iran
  81. Firooz Afiattalab
  82. Firouz Hematiyan, Real Estate Owner
  83. Forouzandeh Rokni
  84. Fred Mehraien, Business Owner
  85. Gabrielle Allohverdi, Undergraduate Student in Biology
  86. Galavizh Mohammadi, Singer
  87. Ghayour Nassirnia
  88. Godrat Sultani
  89. Guity Mousavi
  90. Dr. Hadi Rad, Telecommunication Engineer
  91. Dr. Haleh Doulatyariazar, family doctor and the CCVT board member
  92. Hamid Iranpour
  93. Hassan Golshahi, Political Activist for the last five decades
  94. Hassan Jafari, Political and Human Rights Activist
  95. Hassan Masoudi, former Political Prisoner
  96. Hassan Pooya, Clinical Technologist
  97. Hassan Zerehi, Editor of Iranian Weekly Shahrvand
  98. Hazhar Alipoor, Political Activist
  99. Hengameh Kasraee Writer
  100. Henry Luyombya, Social Worker
  101. Hojjat Golpayegani, Writer
  102. Dr. Homa Jam, Dentist
  103. Hosein Amooshahi, Real Estate Broker
  104. Hossein Afsahi, writer and director
  105. Hossein Karimzadeh      Business Owner
  106. Hossin Karimi
  107. Hossein Raeesi, Professor of Carlton University
  108. Imam Kamali Sarvestani
  109. Iraj Taghizadeh
  110. Iran Khordadi, Retired
  111. Isak Hema hangi, Math Historian
  112. Dr. Jafar Jafarnejad, wrtier, poet and man of letter
  113. Jamshid Jamshidi, Political Activist (Working Class Section)
  114. Joseph Hircanian, cultural and community activist
  115. Katayoun Daghi Sarkhabi, Social and Community Worker
  116. Katrina Kaur, Volunteering at Freedom City Ministry
  117. Kaveh Davar, Youth Activist
  118. Kaykhosro, Business Owner
  119. Keyhan Khalili, Foreign Policy Analyst
  120. Dr. Khodad Jahromi, Computational Physicist
  121. Khordhid Roozdar, Realator
  122. Khozema Mansure, Business Recruitment Manager
  123. Khozema Mansure—Senior Associate, DHR International (Executive Search Consultant)
  124. Kubra Zaifi, Settlement Counsellor
  125. Laleh Azizi
  126. Lee Jalili
  127. Leila Naderi
  128. Dr. Lili Naghdi, Family Physician
  129. Loghman Masoudi, former Political Prisoner and Minority Rights Activist
  130. Mohamoud Mokhtary
  131. Dr. Mahmoud Zahraei
  132. Mahshid Fathiroodsari, Artist and Engineer
  133. Mahtab Nali, Precious Metal Expert
  134. Mahvash Afsahi, Women’s Activist
  135. Mahvash Fathi, Founding Member of the Organization of Mothers’ against Death Penalty
  136. Dr. Majid Afrasiabifar          Dentist
  137. Dr. Majid Nafisi, Poet, Scholar and Man of Letter
  138. Manoochehr Bakhtiary, Historian
  139. Mansoor Sham, Professor of Art at Delta State University
  140. Marjan Delavar, Senior Litigation Lawyer
  141. Maryam Shokri, writer and social activist
  142. Maryam Nowrouzi, Teacher
  143. Marzieh Sotoudeh, Writer
  144. Masoud Molazadeh, Graphist
  145. Massey Baradaran        Realtor
  146. Masi Padyab, Writer and Essayist 
  147. Dr. Mastoureh Ahmadzadeh, Physician
  148. Meema Omid
  149. Mehdi Amin 
  150. Mehdi Ebrahimzadeh
  151. Mehdi Jabbari, Political and Human Rights Activist
  152. Mehdi Jafari Roudsari, Writer
  153. Mehdi Torabi-Kia, Cultural and Community Activist 
  154. Mehek Mansure, Manager, Strategy and Transformation Services at RBC 
  155. Mehrak Kamali
  156. Mehrdad Amiri, Political activist
  157. Mehrdokht Hadi
  158. Mehrdokht Hakhamaneshi
  159. Mehrnoush Ahmaid
  160. Mehry Shahmoradi, Retired Teacher
  161. Meysam Motamed
  162. Mina Armaghan, Accountant
  163. Minoo Derakhshan
  164. Minoo Homily, Refugee Advocate and former Political Prisoner
  165. Mitra Eghbali
  166. Mitra Izadpanah
  167. Mitra Jam, Pharmacist
  168. Mira Nassiri, Fusionist and Community Activist
  169. Mitra Saffari
  170. Mo Gilani, Accountant
  171. Moe Rahimian, writer and journalist (editor)
  172. Mohammad Allohverdi, P.Eng., Senior Manager of Engineering
  173. Mohammad Azami, former Political Prisoner and Political Activist
  174. Mohammad Bagher Haghshenas, Senior Technical Specialist, St Michael Hospital
  175. Mohammadali Sharifian, Senior Engineer
  176. Mohsen Rezvani, Social and Political Activist
  177. Mojdeh Khaligh, Personal Support Worker
  178. Mojgan Kiani, Dental Assistant
  179. Mojgan Tabrizi, M.A. 
  180. Mojtaba Sari
  181. Mona Kokabi, Registered Nurse
  182. Monireh Masoudi Mohammadi
  183. Morteza Abdoalian, Board member of the Canadian Journalists for Free Expression
  184. Morteza Maurice Iranpour, Business Advisor and Philanthropist
  185. Mostafa Ahmadian Tehrani, Chemist
  186. Mostafa Azizi, Film Director
  187. Mostapha Younesi
  188. Dr. Musa Mohammadnejad, professor honorary, Department of Mechanical Engineering, UBC
  189. Nafisa Mansure, Student, Toronto Art Therapy Institute
  190. Nafiseh Saeidi, Student
  191. Nahid Jamei, Early Childhood Educator
  192. Narges Behjat, Business Owner
  193. Narges Irani, Retired
  194. Narges Khorsand, Missiologist 
  195. Nargis Salamuddin, Student & Bank Teller
  196. Nasrin Almasi, Writer, Editor and Women’s Activist
  197. Dr. Nasrin Hosein Pur Nobari, Family Physician
  198. Nastaran Niki Aliee, Political Activist
  199. Nazanin Behjat, Realtor
  200. Nazi Mojdehbakhsh
  201. Dr. Negar Alamdar, Post-Doctoral Fellow at Maternal Child Health, York University
  202. Negin Gharavi, Pharmacist  
  203. Niaz Salimi, Community Activist and Human Rights Advocate
  204. Dr. Nilofar Shidmehr, Author, Scholar and University Instructor 
  205. Niloufar Behdjani
  206. Nima Machouf, Epidemiologist 
  207. Dr. Nina Noghrekar 
  208. Nina Toobaei, Human Rights and Cultural Activist
  209. Dr. Reza Noghrekar 
  210. Nooshin Tehrani
  211. Nouraldin Hadizadeh
  212. Omar Karimi, Social Worker
  213. Omid Shakiba, Filmmaker and Film Instructor at Sheridan College
  214. Oscar Castanos, PHL
  215. Pari Farsi, Actress and Director
  216. Prof. Parisa Aflatounian, Writer
  217. Parisa Behjat, Student
  218. Parisa Rezvam
  219. Parvin Torgi
  220. Pegah Chehrazi
  221. Rabila Attai, women activist and counsellor
  222. Razieh Zakeri, School Lunch Assistant
  223. Razzaq Zahraei, Soccer Head Coach
  224. Rebecca Shafiee, Freesocial activist and counsellor
  225. Reza Dargahi
  226. Reza Deghati, Photojournalist
  227. Reza Ghazi, Businessman, Philanthropist
  228. Dr. Reza Moridi, Physicist and former politician
  229. Professor Richard T Hull, Emeritus, Professor of Philosophy, University at Buffalo
  230. Robert Graham, writer, actor and editor
  231. Rouhangiz Rasekhafar
  232. Roozbehan Tehrani, Community Supporter
  233. Roya Habibi, Business Owner
  234. Roya Rahimi Dehban
  235. Saeed Choobak, Librarian and Cultural Activist
  236. Saeideh Ciabigarjan, Former Political Prisoner
  237. Saeideh Naderi 
  238. Sahar Mirshafiei, Writer, Business Manager and Community Activist
  239. Shahar Tiyam, Member of the Committee of Campaign for the Release of Political Prisoners
  240. Samaneh Ahmaid, Realtor Broker
  241. Samira Ahmadi, Student
  242. Sara Salamat, Future CEO
  243. Sarah Takhsha
  244. Sayfi Behpouri
  245. Sedigheh Fakhrabadi, Pathologist
  246. Seyed Javad Hashemi
  247. Shadi Amin, writer, poet and feminist
  248. Shadi Keymanesh, Student
  249. Shadi Vasse, Engineer
  250. Shahla Khorrami, Home Maker
  251. Shahla Zendegani, Social Worker
  252. Dr. Shahram Azam, Physician
  253. Shahram Tabe-Mohammadi, Journalist, Writer and Scholar
  254. Shahriar Taheri, cultural and community activist
  255. Shahrzad Arshadi, Award Winning Multidisciplinary Artist and Social Justice Activist
  256. Shahrzad Dastoornezhad
  257. Sharokh Zati
  258. Shayan Keymanesh, Student
  259. Sheida Bamdad, Social Worker and Women’s Activist
  260. Sheida Dastoornejad Khaghighi, Social Worker
  261. Sheila Emami
  262. Dr. Shirin G-Ahangari  Family Doctor
  263. Shokoufeh Gholami, Teacher
  264. Siamak Shabani           Realtor
  265. Siavah Gholampour
  266. Sima Arab, Cultural and Community Activist
  267. Sohaila Yousefi, Home Maker
  268. Soheila Arzani, Animal Rights Activist
  269. Soheila Golshahi, Teacher and Human Rights Activist
  270. Sona Kazemi
  271. Susan Amirpour, Dental Hygienist
  272. Suzan Mousesian, Social Service Worker
  273. Tahereh Amir, Salesperson
  274. Tanita Hema Hangi, Wild Life Biologist
  275. Tara Allohverdi B.Sc, Biological Science, M.Sc Chair, Graduate Student Liaison Committee, M.Sc Plant Agriculture Student. 
  276. Tara Saberpor, M.A.
  277. Taiebeh Mousavi, Registered Nurse
  278. Vajey Ghassemi
  279. Vajiheh Farhadi, Nurse
  280. Vida Dolikhani
  281. Vista Behjat, Student
  282. Dr. Wendell Block, Family Doctor
  283. Yadi Mahmodi
  284. Yaser Shafiei Rezvani
  285. Yavar Yavari, Community Liaison Worker
  286. Dr. Zaher Dadollahi, Dentist
  287. Zari Fotohi, Nurse, Plastic Surgery
  288. Zand Marshall
  289. Dr. Zeynab Shafe, Dentist
  290. Dr. Zhila Fazeli, Psychiatrist
  291. Zia Safavi
  292. Zohreh Riahi, Accountant
  293. Zohreh Rostami, Pharmacist

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