An imprisoned Kurdish student at the danger of facing death sentence

HRANA News Agency- Saber Sheikh Abdullah, a MA last semester student of Tabatabai University, who was arrested in Mahabad is facing with death sentence.

According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), Saber Sheikh Abdullah from Mahabad, a student of “Insurance” in Tabatabai University, was arrested by intelliegnce office when he just went back to Mehabad city, on 14th of February. Recently, in Iran TV News at 20:30, it was announced that Saber had some connection with the bombing in 2010.

In addition, Bulletin News in a report has claimed: “2 of these people, Shiva Radeh and Khalil Abdulahpour, have escaped and other three, Diako Rasolzadeh, Hosein  Ousmani and Saleh Sheikh Abdullah, were arrested by unknown Soldiers of Imam Mahdi’s endeavour.”

In this regard, a closed source to Saber Sheikh Abdullah said to HRANA, “The Iranian Intelligence Ministry has written an excellent scenario and unfortunately our friend has been introduced in this scenario as one of the perpetrators and he was arraigned on charge of this bombing.”

He also added, “Saber Sheikh Abdullah was born and grown up in Mahabad, a Kurdish city in Iran, in an ordinary family, his father is a domestic painter. He was admitted in 2006 at Payam Noor University, Oromieh, in statistics subject and was graduated in 2011. Then he went to mandatory military service for 7 month and at the meantime he passed the MA in ‘Insurance’ entrance exam of Allameh Tabatabai University of Tehran. He is a nice quite person who hates blood and had no political or cultural and social activities at all during these years, and unlike this scenario, he has not gone to IRAQ’s Kurdistan even once.”

It needs to be added that coincident with Iranian Military parade in Mahabad city there was a bomb explosion in the audience that caused several civilians wounded. At that time, judiciary and security authorities imputed a radical religious group that they call ‘Salafies’.

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