Political Activist Mohammad Ghadami Sentenced to Ten Years

Political Activist Mohammad Ghadami Sentenced to Ten Years

Recently, the Hamedan Special Clerical Court sentenced political activist Mohammad Ghadami to 10 years imprisonment.

According to HRANA, the news agency of Human Rights Activists, Mohammad Ghadami, a resident of Baneh County, Kurdistan Province, was sentenced to ten years imprisonment.

According to this verdict issued on November 2, Ghadami was sentenced to five years and six months for blasphemy, 26 months for insulting the Supreme Leader of Iran, 13 months for ‘propaganda against the regime’ and 13 months for ‘disturbing public opinions.’
If the verdict is upheld on appeal, based on Article 138 of the Islamic Penal Code, five years and six months for the first charge will be enforceable.

 

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