Organization of Revolutionnary Workers of Iran (Rahe Kargar)- (سازمان کارگران انقلابی ايران - راه کارگر) is a marxistIranianpolitical organisation formed in 1980. The organisation has been calling for social justice, human rights and a revolution in Iran; they are considered central left on the Iranian political spectrum.
The organization was founded by a number of ex-Fadaian Marxist activists in July 1979, following the Iranian revolution. Their member -activists changed and abandoned their views on armed struggle and guerrilla warfare while adapting new means of resistance through "public awareness and grass-roots movements".
Some of the well known founding members of this organisation include "Ali-Reza Shokouhi", who was executed in summer of 1982 by the Islamic Republic, "Ali-Reza Tashayod" who was executed in the event of "1988 mass executions of political prisoners in Iran by the Islamic Republic" and "Mohammad-Reza Shalgooni" who currently lives in exile in Germany, he is one of the top analysts of the organisation.
Their first official newsletter of Rahe Kargar was established by the name of "Rahe kargar" in early 1979.
They were one of the first Marxist organisations to oppose the Islamic Republic and their authoritarian policies in a famous article by the name of "Fascism: a nightmare or the truth?" published in October 1979. Rahe Kargar was one of the central political opposition organisations in the 1980s and as a result many of their supporters, activists and members were detained or executed in the summer of 1988 by the Islamic Republic. The organisation approximately lost a total of 300 members in the 1980s. Due to heavy losses and serious threats to member lives, the organization is now working in exile. In August 2009 the organization was split on the basis of minor internal disputes.
Iran: Information on a Marxist group called Rahe Kargar
The following information was provided during a 4 April 1997 telephone interview with the researcher on Iran at the Middle East Economic Digest (MEED), a London-based publication that reports on economic and socio-political events in the Middle East.
The source stated that Rahe Kargar (or Organization of Revolutionary Workers of Iran) is an old Marxist group that started-up in the 1970s. The group has considerably toned down its activities in recent years and today is very quiet. The bulk of its membership is currently living outside Iran, with fewer than 100 members inside Iran. The group's main office is in London, England. During the 1980s the group was based in Iranian Kurdistan.
The following information was provided during a 4 April 1997 telephone interview with a specialist on Iran in England.
The source stated that Rahe Kargar is an old group that was active in Iran in the 1970s. During the Iran-Iraq war the group was based in Iranian Kurdistan. The source added that the group is not a functioning organization in Iran today. Since the beginning of the 1990s the group has been unsuccessfully trying to amalgamate with other organizations. If the group was to conduct any activities in Iran today they would probably be directed from Iranian Kurdistan.
The group has published some of its material through radical bookshops located throughout Europe. The group has no more than 5,000 members, with about 100 of these living inside Iran. The majority of the group's active members are in Europe, Turkey and Iraq.
Although some members of the group have been arrested in the early and mid-1980s, the source stated that there has been no evidence of systematic mistreatment of group members since that time because the group is no longer active. Only members who conducted violent activities in the past would currently face difficulties in Iran.
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Researcher on Iran, Middle East Economic Digest (MEED), London, England. 4 April 1997. Telephone interview.
Specialist on Iran, England. 4 April 1997. Telephone interview.
The Associated Press (AP). 12 December 1988. Audrey Woods. "Amnesty International Reports Hundreds of Executions in Iran." (NEXIS)
BBC Summary. 30 September 1988. "Iran." (NEXIS)
Shiraz Regional (in Persian(. 21 June 1981. "Leaflets Discovered." (BBC Summary 23 June 1981). (NEXIS)
United Press International (UPI). 4 January 1982. AM Cycle. "Five Killed in Tehran Attacks." (NEXIS)
_____. 25 November 1981. (NEXIS)
Voice of Israel External Service (Jerusalem, in Persian(. 4 February 1997. "Israel Radio Says Mass Grave Found South of Tehran." (BBC Summary 6 Feb. 1997) (NEXIS)
Voice of Iranian Kordestan (in Persian(. 29 August 1996. "Leftist Opposition Groups Condemn Iranian Incursion into Iraqi." (BBC Summary 31 Aug. 1996) (NEXIS)
_____. 29 July 1996. "Iranian Left-Wing Group Condemns Attack on Kurdish Opposition." (BBC Summary 31 July 1996) (NEXIS)
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Political party in Iran
Organization of Revolutionary Workers of Iran – The Worker’s Way (O.R.W.I; Persian: سازمان کارگران انقلابی ايران – راه کارگر, romanized: Rāh-e kārgar) is an Iranian Marxist-Leninist political organisation formed in 1978, by former affiliates of other leftist groups. It is currently exiled in Germany.
The organization was critical of other leftist groups, including Tudeh Party, factions of People's Fedai Guerrillas and Peykar. However, it did not have a broad power base like its leftist rivals.
It considered the post-revolution establishment a "fascist" regime, while respecting the clergy for its ability to mobilize the masses. In 1981, some of leading members were executed, including ʿAlī-Reżā Šokūhī, Ḥosayn Qāżī, and Mahdī Ḵosrowšāhī.
- ^Mirsepassi, Ali (2004), The Tragedy of the Iranian Left, RoutledgeCurzon, Table 10.2 Characteristics of principal secular left-wing organizations, 1979–83
- ^ abcḤaqšenās, Torāb (October 27, 2011) [December 15, 1992]. "COMMUNISM iii. In Persia after 1953". In Yarshater, Ehsan (ed.). Encyclopædia Iranica. Fasc. 1. VI. New York City: Bibliotheca Persica Press. pp. 105–112. Retrieved September 12, 2016.
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