Ayatollah Mohammad Reza Nekounam Returned to the Prison

HRANA News Agency – Imprisoned dissident cleric, Ayatollah Mohammad Reza Nekounam, who previously had been transferred from prison to a hospital outside the Saheli prison of Qom was returned to the prison.
According to the report of the Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), despite the insistence of doctors in the hospital, on inability to endure the imprisonment by Ayatollah Nekounam which is approved by Forensics of Tehran, on the orders of the Special Court for the Clergy, this prisoner was returned to the prison.
A close source to Mr. Nekounam in an interview with HRANA’s reporter about his diseases, explained: “He has had a stroke in solitary confinement and they returned him to prison without the process of his treatment being completed, which resulted in complications such as blood sugar and high blood pressure, drooping eyelids and loss of vision, paralysis of the left side of his body, heart, kidneys and thyroid failure”.
The source also said: “He endured twenty months imprisonment and is 68 years old so he is eligible to use the parole, but the Special Court of Clergy by violating the fact, returned him to prison while he was ill.”
Ayatollah Nekounam had been transferred to a hospital outside the Saheli prison in Qom
By the SCC, from Monday August 1.

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