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Najbeh Salehzadeh’s Court Session Held in Saqqez

Posted on: 20th June, 2016
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HRANA News Agency – The interrogation session of Najbeh Salehzadeh, civil rights activist from Saqqez city, was carried out for the charges of sacrilege and insulting the supreme leader of Iran, on June 6.

According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), the interrogation session of Najibeh Salehzadeh, labour rights activist and resident of Saqqez was held in branch number 2 of Saqqez city on the charges of sacrilege and insulting the supreme leader.

Mahmood Salehi, labour rights activist and her husband, wrote, “The honorable judge has stated in part of his declaration that ‘you and your husband (Mahmood Salehi) had committed propaganda against the Islamic Republic of Iran regime, in the Congress of Syndicates in France.’”

This labour rights activist called these allegations baseless and continued, “The honorable judge of branch number 2 of Saqqez Isfandiari court can translate my speech, which was translated by a lady to French, to Farsi in order to understand that that conference and congress had no relation with the Islamic Republic of Iran and sanctities of anybody”.

Need to be mentioned, Mr. Salehi was sentenced to 9 years in prison last September, on charge of propaganda against the regime.

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