اعترافات برخی از اعضای ساواک

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اعترافات برخی از اعضای دستگیر شده ساواک در اوایل انقلاب پیرامون 13 آبان 58 و مسائل دیگر



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Ali P.


by Ali P. on

Thanks for the explanation.

But I already knew that much. Something about some SAVAKI, saying something about SAVAK.

I listened to the whole thing. Nothing disturbing, really, in it.

Whoever is speaking, doesn't say his name, or his position (in SAVAK or anywhere), and just utters some rhoetrics about SAVAK and CIA corrabration.

All and all, it adds up to nothing and a total waste of time.


Maryam khanom: do you have a link to that conversation/program?

by Bavafa on

'Hambastegi' is the main key to victory 



انقلاب کردین که


انقلاب کردین که کشور بهتر داشته باشین، آزادی داشته باشین، همه فکر نکنن که دوشمنشون هستین..ولی هیچکدوم که نشد. حالا فکر کنید کی قاتلان اسلامی با تعداد بیشمارشون محاکمه میشوند - بقیش حرف مفته.


Ali P.

by Souri on

This video belongs to the after day of the revolution. the trials were "alani" and the Savaki people were coming there and confess. I haven't watched most of them, but some of them which I have seen, were really disturbing. Especially the one about Bijan Jazani and his friends, assassination in the woods.


اعترافات برخی از اعضای ساواک





Nader Vanaki

جریان اینه

Nader Vanaki

دانشجویان خط امام سواد انگلیسی نداشتن و با کوهی از کاغذهای خورد شده مواجه شدن.  مترجم گروه، سرکار خانم (دکتر) معصومه ابتکار، که چند سالی که در آمریکا زندگی کرده بود، برای ترجمه متون سواد کافی نداشت.  هدف این بود که عده ای از کابینه بازرگان رو دراز کنن مثل امیر انتظام که بعداً یکی از اتهاماتش براساس مدارک بدست آمده این بود که چرا فلان سفیر آمریکا  نامه اش را با Dear Mr. Amir Entezam شروع کرده؟  پس لابد خیلی با هم جون جونی بودن و نتیجه گیری آقای گیلانی ریئس دادگاه براساس این مدارک و ادله این بود که امیر انتظام جاسوس آمریکا بوده چون خیلی برای فلان کَس در آمریکا "عزیز" بوده که اینطوری در نامه های رسمی خطابش کرده.

برای توجیح چِرت و چَرَندیاتی که دانشجویان خط امام میخواستن ببافن، به یک عده ای از ساواک نیاز بود که اتهاماتی به عنوان جاسوسی درست کنن و به هرکی خواستن وصله بزنن.  اینجوری خیلی به اتهامات میتونستن رنگ و لعاب بدن که خوب بچسبه که یعنی اینها رو حتی ساواک در دوران شاه میدونسته.

یکی دیگه که مورد اتهام جاسوسی قرار گرفت علی رضا نوری زاده ژورنالیست ساکن لندن بود.  اسمش در لیست مدعوین مهمانی وابسته فرهنگی سفارت آمریکا در ایران دراومد، پس حتماً برای جاسوسی دعوت شده بود.  اگر اشتباه نکنم، اصغر زاده به دنبال کار نوری زاده بود.

این بابایی هم که اینجا داره صحبت میکنه معلومه ازش که خیلی بوق و بَبو هستش و مشخصه اگه شغلی در ساواک داشته حتماً کاری ساده مثل راننده یا آبدارچی بوده و بِهش نمیاد که از امنیت چیزی سرش میشده.


ای خاک علم


به قول قاطبه : ای خاک علم بر سرت آخه مردم مستضعف مگر جاسوسی احتیاج دارند؟ چرا جفنگ میگی؟ همون بهتر که این الاغ ها را الاغ های دیگر لگد مال کردند این ملت هنوز خیلی کار دارند


Dear Arya

by darius on

This is called beating the dead horse.

This is neither documentary nor history . 


Ms. Hojjat:

by Aria on

Two notes:


Many Savak officers arrested after 1979 were promised to be let go of or not face sever punishments, if they said certain things against the old regime.  Among the very first ones were Arash and Tehrani, who were severely tortured before they came on TV and were eventually executed.   So, when we see these videos from 1979 era, we need to be mindful of that fact and take their statements with a grain of salt so as to their honesties  and accuracies.


Parviz Sabeti never denied that there were no cooperation between Savak and CIA/Mossad.   This is even something that the late Shah admitted during an interview with Barbara Walters in 70’s.


What Sabeti said, which is more in-line with what other high ranking Savak officers have said during past 33 years is that the cooperation were of professional engagement natures, agency to agency; rather than the anti-previous regime exaggerated dramatic characterization and rethoric of master-and-slave portrayal by the opponents of the regime......


There are three good sources to read about Savak.   First, a book by General Manoochehr Hashemi, the head of Division 8 (counter-intelligence), which was in most direct contact with friendly countries’ intelligence services – detailing some high-profile joint operations.  Second, a book (two volumes) written by General Ali-Akbar Farazian, the head of Divisin 5 (responsible for espionage against the regional countries – e.g. Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan and others).  And, a last book by Siavash Bashiri (Gheseye Savak).


Also, it should also be kept in mind that the relationship between Savak and CIA and/or Mossad, mirrored the relationship the Shah had with US and Israel.   Although an ally of the West and a friend of Israel, he was not an easy friend one wanted to deal with or have.  He considered US a great ally against the Soviet Communist expansionism and as such maintained a close relationship but never caved in when it came to Iran’s interests, namely the Oil issue.   There was close relationship with Israel also, which included the Shah encouraging Israel to get closer to moderate Arab countries in the region as well as Turkey.  




Ali P.

اعترافات برخی از اعضای ساواک??

Ali P.

Who was this man?

What was his position?

What is he talking about?

What is this video supposed to be evidence of?

Maryam Hojjat

Bahram Moshiri's Program on 2/10 /11

by Maryam Hojjat on

He talked with Mr. Arasi who was in Evin by Savak during Shah.  It is indeed a rebuttle of what was claimed By Mr. Parviz Sabeti in VOA and the video was place on IC last week.  Please listen to this video and judge the validity of what Mr. Sabeti claimed.