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Mohaddeseh Ghasemi Arrested and Transferred to Intelligence Office of Shiraz

Posted on: 4th February, 2017
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Mohaddeseh Ghasemi

HRANA News Agency – Mohaddeseh Ghasemi, 20, student of history at Kharazmi University and a resident of Tehran, was arrested by security forces on the charges related to the “International Day of Cyrus” on December 7. Her fate is unknown after being transferred to Shiraz.

According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), Mohaddeseh Ghasemi, 20, student of history at Kharazmi University and a resident of Tehran, was arrested by security forces on December 7.

Ms. Ghasemi was held in an undisclosed location overnight after arrest and on Thursday December 8, was charged with “propaganda against the system” at Shahid Moghadas court in Evin by Judge Husseini and was transferred to women’s ward in Evin prison and a bail of 500 Million IRR was issued for her in order to be released.

On December 9, the student was summoned again to Shahid Moghadas court in Evin. The judge informed her, that she should be transferred to Marvdasht, because the case of “gathering at Cyrus day” would be addressed at Fars province.

On December 10, Mohaddeseh Ghasemi was moved to Fars province and she was not allowed to call her family.

Informed source insisted that Ms. Ghasemi who has had no contact with her family since being arrested, that she only posted a “historical content of the books which were published in Iran” at her Instagram account.

HRANA had reported earlier, on October 28, the movement of civilians in the cultural heritage of Pasargadae under “limitations and strict security measures”. However, on the occasion of October 28, with the unofficial title of “International Day of Cyrus” plethora of Iranians gathered near his tomb at Pasargadae cultural heritage collections.

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