2 Other Civil Rights Activists Went to Ardebil Prison

Posted on: 8th April, 2016
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Meisam Jolani

HRANA News Agency – Said Sadeghifar and Mohsen Mohsenzadeh, two civil rights activists introduced themselves to Ardebil prison to serve three months and one day in prison. On April 5, 2016 also five other citizens in this city on similar charges had introduced themselves to the prison.

According to the report of the Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), two civil rights activists named Said Sadeghifar and Mohsen Mohsenzadeh for serving three months and one day in prison went to the central prison of Ardabil on April 6, 2016.

These Turkish activists (Azeri) along with Meisam Jolani, Tohid Amir Amini and Saleh Pichganloo were sentenced to three months and one day in prison on charge of “participation in illegal gathering and collusion to disrupt against national security” by Judge Yosouf Khodadi head of branch 1 of the revolutionary court.

Judge Anvar Eskandarzadeh rejected these activists’ appeal and considered the defense as “repeating previous claims.”

Five civil rights activists named Meisam Jolani, Morteza Parvin, Tohid Amir Amini, Mostafa Parvin and Saleh Pichganloo were sent to Ardebil prison for serving their sentences on April 5, 2016.

It should be noted that Meisam Jolani, Tohid Amir Amini had been sentenced to 6 months and 1 day in prison and thirty lashes and Mostafa Parvin and Morteza Parvin had been sentenced to 3 months in prison and thirty lashes and Said Sadeghifar and Mohsen Mohsenzadeh had been sentenced to 3 months in prison.

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