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A Sunni Prisoner’s Letter from Rajai Shahr Prison in Karaj

Posted on: 21st February, 2015
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HRANA News Agency – Foad Ahmad Noori (Laloo), a Sunni Kurdish prisoner in Rajaei shahr Karaj wrote a letter to report the obstruction of the authorities to prevent his family from meeting him after 4 years while they live in Iraqi Kurdistan.

According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), Foad Ahmad Noori (Laloo) has been sentenced to 13 years imprisonment because of propagating Sunnite belief.

After the Authorities prevent him from meeting his family he wrote a letter a copy of which was provided for HRANA.

Mr. Noori who has 5 children, has written in his letter:

“On Saturday 20 of January, my family was coming to visit me after 4 years from Iraq. In spite of distance, difficulty of way and financial problems and many physical uneasiness, my mother and wife and my oppressed children came to meet their detained father after a long time, to quiet the pain of distance for a while and get the presents which their father had prepared for them by his hand. They were not allowed to visit me.

The only thing that my children wanted was to experience their father’s embrace to forget their childish sorrow once again but unfortunately the trick of some of unfair people who do not know the humanity changed this hope and childish desire to tears.

In spite of family’s presence who were behind the hall door and waiting to visit me from 8AM till 3PM no one listened to their humbly entreat and they were deprived from visiting me.”

At the end of his letter Mr. Ahmadi asks a question:

“There is a question about the pretenders of Emam Ali Ebne Abitaleb and Ahle beyt and the defenders of oppressor attitudes. According to which religion teaching did you deprive a prisoner who is taken away his freedom, the biggest favor of visiting his mother and wife and dear children for some moments?

In which part of Islam and justice did you learn the temper of lie and cruelty?”

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