A Bahai citizen returned to prison by the end of medical furlough

HRANA News Agency – Amanollah Mostaghim, the fellow member of Bahai institute of science, returned to Rajaei Shahr prison after his medical furlough was not extended.


According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), Amanollah Mostaghim, returned to Rajaei Shahr prison on Monday, February 10 by the end of his medical furlough.


He had spent the last month in medical centers outside of prison and then was sent to a 7 days medical furlough. By finishing his 7 days, and authority’s refusal for extending the furlough, he returned to prison without any change in his condition.


This prisoner of conscientious has received the punishment intolerance bill from coroner but his temporary release requested was not granted.


An informed source said to HRANA’s reporter: “Amanollah Mostaghim is suffering from severe blood heart vessels cramp, and physicians said there is nothing that could be done, therefore to continue to keep him in prison is dangerous.”


This Bahaei citizen, from Shiraz, has been arrested for passing his 5 years in prison sentence.


As a reminder, the Bahai institute of science had been established in 1988 and few years after the events called cultural revolution that caused the expel of Bahai students and dissidences from universities. The objective of this institute was continuing the education of Bahai students.

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