[Translator’s notes appear in square brackets]

[Personal information has been redacted.]


The Regional Office of Health and Welfare,

Khorasan Province



Number ----

Date ----

Enclosure ----


In the Name of God,


The corpse of an individual who was named Farzad Qaemi, a Baha’i and a Kafar-e Harbi[1] was examined, and signs of two bullets in the region of the heart and one bullet in the skull were found and [as a result] he has died.


Signed 10/12/60 [1 March 1982]


[Handwritten footnote]

Farzad Qaemi, son of Qodrat, aged 21, from Tehran and resident of Mashhad is a Kafar-e Harbi.

Refrain from burying his body in Behesht-e-Zahra[2] it must be buried in a cemetery that does not belong to the Muslims.


[Signature over the official stamp of Office of Public Prosecutor of Revolutionary Court of Mashhad]

11/12/60 [2 March 1982]




[1] [An infidel deserving to be fought against]

[2] [Tehran Cemetery]