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Iranian justice student movement

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Script error: No such module "AfC submission catcheck". The student justice movement is one of the student unions in Iran with a general approach to justice, criticism and demands from officials and institutions and attention to problems and political and social difficulties.


According to the this movement's website, this movement considers itself trans-sectarian and does not believe in the political and factional divisions of the country and considers solving social problems and the efficiency of the Islamic system as its goals. The justice movement has been active in various political, social and international issues. Poverty, the defense of the oppressed and the weak, social problems, administrative and economic corruption in government, anti-imperialist movements, and the defense of liberation movements and the end of Israel and economic issues and programs are among the topics Attentioned by the this justice movement. This organization considers its model as the thinking and character of Seyyed Ruhollah Khomeini and the leader of the Islamic Republic and the principles of the Islamic Revolution, and yet, according to distinct characteristics, it claims a new current in the student and political space. Criticisms are coming from the two political currents of the country as well as the independent current to the justice movement. Many of these criticisms are due to the inconsistency of some of the union's claims and actions.

Main Core[edit]

  • Mohammad Sagegh Shahbazi
  • Morteza Firoozabadi
  • Masud Barati
  • Seyyed Hasan Musavi-Fard
  • Mojtaba Raeisei
  • Ali Jafari
  • Salman Kodpoor
  • Hosein Shahbazizadeh
  • Mohammad Jafar-Nejad
  • Mohammad Saleh Meftah
  • Mohammad-Javad Motamedi-Nejad
  • Mohammad-Hosein Saboori
  • Danial Yadgari
  • Ali Eskandari


Issuing court rulings for some members[edit]

Hossein Shahbazizadeh, Salman Kadivar, Hadi Masoudi, and Mostafa Pourkhosravani were summoned to court for criticizing the judiciary and criticizing Assadollah Imani, the Friday prayer leader of Shiraz, and were sentenced to a ban on political activity and suspended imprisonment.

Interpellation of some members[edit]

On February 7, 2020, the Central Council of the Union of the Student Justice Movement, which is composed of members of the union, impeached and dismissed some members of the union due to inefficiency and contradiction with the ideas of Velayat-e-Faqih.


Sitting in the Ministry of Science[edit]

In March 2007, a rally was held in front of the Ministry of Science to protest the closed space of universities and the restrictions imposed on activists and organizations related to the movement. As a result of the lack of accountability of the relevant officials and the events that took place during the rally, the students forcibly entered the ministry and began their sit-in. The incident, which led to the overnight occupation of the Ministry of Science by students, led to a sit-in in front of the Presidential Palace. Finally, the sit-in ended with a few hours of meeting with Hashemi Samareh, Senior Advisor to the President, and a brief meeting with the President.[1][2][3][4][5][6]

Sitting in relation to paid students[edit]

The sit-in began at Isfahan University of Technology in protest of students' acceptance of money at public universities. After about a week, the issue was brought to the Islamic Consultative Assembly, which was accompanied by students from various universities. Eventually, it canceled the student's monetary admission in most fields of Isfahan University of Technology and some other universities.[7]

Sleeping carton in December 2004[edit]

Travel to the Bolivia Climate Conference[edit]

In 2010, Mohammad Saleh Meftah, Seyed Ali Mousavi and Fatemeh Delavari Parizi, on behalf of this organization, went to the Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of the Mother Earth of Bolivia.[8]

Setting a reward for assassinating Israeli officials[edit]

Letter to Seyyed Ali Khamenei[edit]

The Assembly of Justice Students of the University of Tehran wrote a letter to Seyyed Ali Khamenei requesting to attend the university; This was the first time the organization had made such a request[citation needed]. It was after this letter that the Shiraz University Students' Justice Association also wrote several questions to Seyyed Ali Khamenei.[9]


  1. "عدالتخانه (پايگاه جمعی عدالتخواهی اسلامی) - تجمع دانشجويان عدالتخواه پشت درب اتاق وزير علوم". 2009-01-09. Retrieved 2022-07-01.
  2. "عدالتخانه (پايگاه جمعی عدالتخواهی اسلامی) - خاتمه تحصن عدالتخواهان با دیدار با رئیس جمهور". 2014-01-13. Retrieved 2022-07-01.
  3. "الف - تحصن دانشجویان عدالتخواه پشت در اتاق وزیر". 2008-06-16. Retrieved 2022-07-01.
  4. "گزارش تكميلي تحصن جنبش عدالت‌خواه دانشجويي مقابل وزارت علوم". 2008-06-19. Retrieved 2022-07-01.
  5. "تحصن جنبش عدالتخواه دانشجویی به روز دوم كشیده شد". (in فارسی). Retrieved 2022-07-01.
  6. Group, Arya. "خبرگزاری آریا". (in فارسی). Retrieved 2022-07-01.
  7. "هشتمين نشست جنبش عدالتخواه دانشجويي در خمين". 2009-02-03. Retrieved 2022-07-01.
  8. "«در میان سرخپوست‌ها» رونمایی شد- اخبار ادبیات و نشر - اخبار فرهنگی تسنیم | Tasnim". خبرگزاری تسنیم | Tasnim (in فارسی). Retrieved 2022-07-01.
  9. "متن سخنرانی نماینده جنبش عدالتخواه دانشجویی در محضر رهبر انقلاب / اسکندری: برخی ساز و کارهای موجود مانع مشارکت فعال مردم است / «سربازی» تبدیل به مانعی برای ازدواج و تهدیدی برای اقتصاد شده است". Retrieved 2022-07-01.

External links[edit]

The website of the student movement for justice

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