5 Survivors of Sunni Prisoners’ Executions Returned to the Ward

Posted on: 13th August, 2016
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Barzan Nasraollahzade Rajai-Shahr Prison in Karaj, Tehran, Iran

HRANA News Agency – Five of at least 36 Sunni prisoners in Rajai Shahr prison in Karaj who had been transferred to solitary confinements on this prison’s Black Monday, were taken back to Hall 7. According to Tehran prosecutor who had claimed that 20 prisoners had been executed, the number of prisoners who had not been executed must be more than this, but still there is no news about the rest of them.

According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), Farshid Naseri, Barzan Nasraollahzade, Seyed Jamal Seyed Mousavi, Farzad Shahnazari, and Teymoor Naderzadeh, five Sunni prisoners in Rajai Shahr prison, were taken back to Hall 7 of the Revolutionary Guards in Rajai Shahr prison 7 days after the Black Monday.

On Monday, August 1, at least 36 death row Sunni prisoners in Hall 10 of Rajai Shahr prison, were taken to solitary confinement in handcuffs, shackles and blindfolded under strict security measures and at least 20 of them were executed.

Despite revealing the identity of five of these prisoners who were not hanged, yet there is no information about the fate and identity of the other possible survivals.

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