Regarding Hosni, Friday Imam of Urumieh, in the delivery of his son to the Revolutionary Committee: 
Rashid was not entitled to death. He did not commit a crime

 
Gholamreza Hassani _Iran 

 
Gholamreza Hassani, the representative of the Wali Faqih in western Azerbaijan, 30 years after the execution of Rashid Hosni, says that he continues to suffer from the execution of his child.
Mr Hosni on Sunday (February 2nd) told Rasa News Agency that his execution was "extremely hard" for him and believes that he would not have had such a fate if he spent more time in Rashid.
Hasani added: "Maybe here [family education] is right for him, I could not get. I'm suffering now. My son, fighting with the king yesterday and today on the list of executions, is extremely hard for me. "
In the first years after the victory of the Islamic Revolution, Hosni reported to the agents of the Islamic Revolutionary Committee that his son, who was a devotee of the People's Fedayyan, caught his secret, eventually leading him to death.
Friday's Uromiyah also said in his memoir, which is the product of 30 hours of talks with the Islamic Revolutionary Victims Documentation Center , that his son was not entitled to death.
Hosni added: "Rashid was not entitled to death. He did not commit a crime, or killed someone. His only crime was that he had a very communist tendency, and this would never lead to the execution of anyone. "
In his memoir Friday, Imam of Urumieh wrote that his son's sentence was ultimately "life imprisonment," and "unfortunately the judge also filed the case with the verdicts of the sentence."
The representative of the West Azerbaijan Republic in another part of his memoir said: "After several years, I very much wanted to see Rashid's case and study, whatever I wanted, it was not possible and not affordable to me."
The representative of the Supreme Leader in West Azerbaijan also stated in his memoirs that the death sentences of the early days of the revolution were "issued by individuals affiliated with seemingly Islamic and revolutionary groups that had penetrated some organs and especially the judiciary."
In his memoirs, he said that at that time, the people "committed a series of acts and issued sharp sentences that had nothing to do with the Islamic system and the authentic characters of the revolution."
Hosni added that they "made us feel a lot of trouble in the region by issuing verdicts of the felony and made some individuals responsible for the apparent attachment to the Muslim People's Party, all kinds of charges against him, and issued a death sentence for him."
It is for the first time that one of the clerics criticized Ali Khamenei's extensive opposition to the mass executions of the 60's and confirmed that judicial orders for these executions have been issued as "flags".
A significant number of critical political activists in the 60s were executed collectively and covertly without trial.