Aaliyah Motalebzadeh Released on the Bail
HRANA News Agency – On December 19, Aaliyah Motalebzadeh was released from Evin prison on the bail.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), on December 19, Aaliyah Motalebzadeh was released from Evin prison after 25 days of detention on a bail of 3 billion IRR.
Aaliyah Motalebzadeh, women’s rights activist, had been arrested after being summoned to the Intelligence Ministry. Security agents had contacted her by telephone on the day of her arrest and summoned her in connection with the banned supplies.
Sadra Abdollahi, her husband had told that the head of second Branch of Evin court, has mentioned the several security occasions as his wife’s charges which would be announced after completion of the case.
According to Mr. Abdollahi in a ruling which was given by the Intelligence Ministry agents to inspect his house, “the pursuit of counter-revolution and the Islamic State” was titled.
Amir Salar Davoodi, her lawyer in an open letter to Mahmoud Alawi, Minister of Intelligence, while presenting details of his client’s arrest stressed on “suspicion of uncertainty.” Mr. Davoudi addressed Mrs. Motalebzadeh as “an important activist of women’s rights and violence against women” who has been arrested within a day after the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. Finally, the lawyer appealed to the authorities to fully observe the rights of the citizen and his defense.
Aaliyah Motalebzadeh had been arrested several times previously.