Ali Nouri Released from Rajai Shahr Prison

Posted on: 14th April, 2018
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HRANA News Agency – Ali Nouri, civil activist, was released on the bail from Rajai Shahr prison in Karaj on February 4, 2018.

According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), Ali Nouri, civil activist had been arrested by security forces on December 30, 2017, was released on the bail from Rajai Shahr prison in Karaj on February 4, 2018.

It should be noted that Ali Nouri, civil activist and former political prisoner who has been arrested several times because of his civil activities and was released conditionally after serving one-third of his imprisonment sentence, was arrested by security forces while serving his military service in Valiasr square in Tehran and transferred to Evin Prison on December 30, 2017.

He suffered severe chest pain on January 13, 2018, and then was transferred to the clinic of Evin Prison by prisoners.

He was later transferred to Rajai Shahr prison in Karaj. The exact time of transferring him to Rajai Shahr prison in Karaj is not clear, but unconfirmed reports indicate that he was transferred to Rajai Shahr prison in Karaj after his heart problems.

Ali Nouri was born in 1993. He was first arrested on October 8, 2014, after participating in the gathering in front of the United Nations office in Tehran to support Kobani. He was transferred to ward 2-A of the IRGC after being arrested then was transferred to general ward 8, whereabouts of financial prisoners, after a long period of interrogation and solitary confinement.

He was sentenced to seven years in prison shortly after his release on the bail of 500 million IRR.

His sentence was reduced to 2 years in the Appeal Court.

Mr. Nouri was charged with gathering, collusion, and propaganda activity against the system in the court, and was conditionally released after serving one-third of his two-year prison sentence on March 15, 2017.

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