Ghaffar Hosseini, a poet and translator who was assassinated

He continued his cultural activities in Paris, but after some time he went to the Islamic Republic Embassy in France and asked to be allowed to live a normal life and return to the university in exchange for absolute silence about political issues. Returning to Iran and signing the statement “We are writers” When Ghafar Hosseini returned to Iran, the intelligence agents summoned him many times. After the publication of the statement of 134 signatures “We are writers” in 1373, which was a clear criticism of writers and intellectuals against the government and the person of “Ali Khamenei”, a new round of pressure by the security apparatus against writers and intellectuals began.