Hussein Ali Mohammadi Ended His Hunger Strike in Tabriz Prison
HRANA News Agency – On November 10, Hussein Ali Mohammadi, political prisoner ended his hunger strike on the eighth day of the strike, in Tabriz prison by the realization of his appeal in the prison. On the other hand, Rasoul Razavi and Morteza Moradpour, two political prisoners who are on hunger strike and recently were exiled to a prison in Karaj, were deprived of visits and telephone contacts with their families.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), on November 10, Hussein Ali Mohammadi, political prisoner ended his hunger strike on the eighth day of the strike, in Tabriz prison by the realization of his appeal.
It should be noted, on November 1, after insulting a polish prisoner in Tabriz prison and intervention on supporting him by a number of political prisoners, Hussein Ali Mohammadi and Morteza Moradpour were beaten by prison officials.
Mr. Ali Mohammadi who had gone on hunger strike to protest at the beating, ended his strike on November 10, after the head of the ward apologized for his behavior.
On the other hand, Rasoul Razavi and Morteza Moradpour, who are on hunger strike were transferred to an unknown location from Tabriz prison without providing any specific reason.
After follow ups by their families, it was revealed on November 10, that they are kept in the central prison of Karaj and have been incommunicado and prohibited of meeting since the beginning of the transfer.
It was earlier reported that the Prosecutor of Tabriz prison had told the families of Rasoul Razavi and Morteza Moradpour that the prisoners were transferred to Rajaee Shahr prison in Karaj from central prison in Tabriz.
The official did not respond clearly about the transfer of the prisoners to Rajaee Shahr prison in Karaj.
Rasoul Razavi, political prisoner in Tabriz prison, has started a hunger strike in protest against the verdict and pressures from the security forces on his case since October 4.
Morteza Moradpour has gone on hunger strike in protest against the “non-application of Article 134 of the penal code to his case and preventing his freedom” since October 25.