The litigant mother of Erfan Rezaei published an article on Instagram in response to the
destruction of the banner of this freedom fighter and wrote to the leaders and
mercenaries of the Islamic Republic:
According to the Campaign for the Defense of Political and Civil Prisoners, quoted from
Erfan Rezaei's mother's Instagram, it has been one hundred and twenty-seven days
since I became stronger, braver, more informed and more determined. I believed in
some things that I did not believe in or sometimes doubted. I did not hope for this
moment in my life at the height of despair.
Yesterday I was flipping through one of the Erfan’s books called "Nader Son of the
Sword" which was written by Nader Shah Afshar. "Who doesn't know that great men
come out of collapsed palaces with the intention of revenge, revenge against the
destroyer. A voice inside me was saying: Get up, Iran has called you and I got up.”
You know, you don't know politics and government, let me tell you how wrong you have
gone, the people have suffered, the people suffered and wounded, they are strong and
dangerous people, you made us strong and dangerous, you polished us!
You took Erfan’s banner with your dirty hands, you warned with arrogance, I still put it
in the same text and design as I wanted, I bought this soil, I own it.
Coward, Erfan is known to everyone, there was no need to reconnect this poem and
I just wanted to say that whatever you destroy, I and the great men of Iran will rise up
with the intention of revenge and settle it, Iran has called us.
Blessed, if not to live free, to die free!