Isa Khan Hatami Released after 7 Hours of Interrogation

HRANA News Agency – On July 5, Isa Khan Hatami, member of the National Front of Iran and editor of banned Iranmehr magazine was summoned to the office of Ministry of Intelligence of Esrafin, and was interrogated for seven hours with 16 charges. He eventually was released by the warning of interrogators against the continuation of his activities including efforts to lift Iranmehr magazine’s ban.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), on July 5, Isa Khan Hatami, member of the National Front of Iran and editor of banned Iranmehr magazine was summoned to the office of Ministry of Intelligence of Esrafin, and was interrogated for seven hours.
Isa Khan Hatami told HRANA’s reporter: “I was summoned by a phone call on July 4 and after going to the Intelligence Ministry’s Office in Esrafin, I was interrogated from 10 am to 5 pm.”
He added regarding the reasons of the interrogation and accusations: “16 charge were put on me, including membership in the Central Committee of the National Front of Iran and trying to lift Iranmehr magazine’s ban.”
Mr. Hatami said at the end: “I refused to sign the guarantee statement but they told me if I would continue my activities, a lawsuit would be formed for me.”

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