2 Arab Prisoners Released from Ardabil Central Prison

HRANA News Agency – Shahab Abbasi and Hadi Albukhanfarnejad, two Arab citizens from Shahdegan, were released from the Central Prison of Ardabil by the end of their imprisonment sentences.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), Shahab Abbasi had been arrested along with his brother Ghazi Abbasi, and Abdulreza Amir Khanafereh, Abdulamir Mojadami, Jasem Moghadam Panah, Hadi Albukhanfarnejad, and Sami Jadmawinejad from Shadegan, in Khuzestan province, by the security forces of intelligence service.
According to the verdict which had been issued on August 25, 2012 by Branch one of the Revolutionary Court in Ahvaz, presided by Judge Ali Farhawand, Ghazi Abbasi, Abdulreza Amir Khanafereh, Abdulamir Mojadami, and Jasem Moghadam Panah had been sentenced to execution on charges of “Enmity against God and corruption on earth” and Shahab Abbasi, Hadi Albukhanfarnejad, and Sami Jadmawinejad had been sentenced to three years imprisonment in exile in Ardabil.
Branch 1 of the Revolutionary Court in Ahwaz sentenced Shahab Abbasi, Hadi Albukhanfarnejad, and Sami Jadmawinejad, to three years imprisonment in exile in Ardabil prison, without considering their 3 years of detention in Karun prison.
Shahab Abbasi and Hadi Albukhanfarnejad, two of these prisoners were released from the Central Prison of Ardabil by the end of their imprisonment sentences.
It is noteworthy that the execution sentences for Ghazi Abbasi, Abdulreza Amir Khanafereh, Abdulamir Mojadami, and Jasem Moghadam Panah were upheld by Branch 32 of Supreme Court, presided by Judge Reza Farajullahi, on February 13, 2013, and after being transferred from Karun prison on November 3, 2013, they were executed secretly in an unknown location their graves have not been announced to their families yet.

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