Nader Jani and Nasour Naghi Poor Sent to Furlough
HRANA News Agency – Nader Jani and Nsour Naghi Poor, two political prisoners of ward number 350 of Evin prison sent to a four-day-furlough.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), Nader Jani and Nsour Naghi Poor were sent to furlough on Monday, May 11.
Nader Jani is resident of Hamadan, political activist and reformist who was arrested by intelligence service of Hamadan, after the Ashoura events of 2009, and has been kept in Evin prison since 2012. He is an Iran-Iraq war veteran and is suffering from the side effects of war injuries, and was transferred to hospital for his critical condition. Mr. Jani has been sentenced to three years in prison in branch number 15 of the revolutionary court.
Naour Naghi Poor, is a blogger, journalist and human rights activist who has sentenced to 7 years in prison in branch number 26 of revolutionary court by chief judge Pirabbasi, on charge of being a member of Human Rights Activists for Iran and propaganda against the regime.
Need to be mentioned, Zia Nabavi the other political prisoner who was transferred from Karoun to Semnan prison a year ago, has also been sent to furlough.