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5 civil Right Activists undecided at IRGC’s solitary confinements

Posted on: 14th November, 2014
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HRANA News Agency – “Arash Sadeghi”, “Atena Daemi”,”Aso Rostami”, “Ali Nouri” and “Omid Alishenas” have been in custody undecided at solitary confinement at Ward 2-A of Evin Prison.

According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), Based on the latest reports, “Arash Sadeghi”, “Atena Daemi”,”Aso Rostami”, “Ali Nouri” and “Omid Alishenas have been arrested over the last couple of months in Tehran by IRGC’s Intelligence Service. These 5 Civil Rights Activists are still in custody at solitary confinement at Ward 2-A of Evin Prison.

A close source to the families of these 5 Civil Right Activist Prisoners told HRANA reporter: “they are all under interrogation and have been deprived of regular phone calls and visits with their families. “

“Arash Sadeghi”, a former student at Alameh Tabatabai University was arrested in the evening of 6 September, 2014, by IRGC Forces at his work place.

On Thursday 4 September, 2014, “Omid Alishenas”, a Child Rights Activist, was arrested in Tehran. There is no information about the charges he was arrested for.

“Aso Rostami” and “Ali Nouri” were arrested on 8 October, 2014, after attending a protest in support of Kobani people in Mirdamad area in Tehran.

“Aso Rostami”, 28, is a poet, teacher and Working Child Rights Activist. “Ali Nouri”, 31, is a senior year Architecture student as Parand University and a Child Labour Rights Activist.

“Atena Daemi” is also a Child Labour Rights Activist and was arrested on Tuesday 21, October at her home.

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