Four Arab Civilians Arrested in Ramshir
HRANA News Agency – Four people from the city of Ramshir were arrested by the Khuzestan Intelligence Office’s agents and were transferred to the central prison of Ahvaz after two weeks of being held in the detention center of this Office.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), the security forces have arrested four Arab citizens in Ramshir by raiding their house.
The detainees were transferred to the detention center of Ramhormoz and Ahwaz Intelligence Office, and after two weeks of interrogation process, they were taken to the Central Prison of Ahvaz.
The identities of these detainees are: Adel Suleimanian, 19, Reza Hatavi, 19 and Youssef Khaledi, 18 and Reza Khaledi, 18.
Among them, Adel Suleimanian and Reza Hatavi have been serving their military term and have been arrested during their leave at their father’s house.
In spite of the follow-up by the families of detainees and the referral to the court and the Intelligence Office, they are still unaware of the reasons for their children’s detention.
These four detained young men were transferred to the Ramshir Revolutionary Court on Tuesday, February 27, but their families failed to meet and visit them.
One of their closest people in a conversation with HRANA’s reporter said: “According to an eyewitness, when they took the four Arab citizens to court, they had been severely beaten, and our attempt to get close to them was ineffective, and the intelligence agents did not allow them to talk to us”.