Appeals Court Upholds Six-Month Sentence for Writer Arsalan Rasouli Amarlooie

The Mazandaran Court of Appeals has affirmed the six-month sentence imposed on writer Arsalan Rasouli Amarlooie.

This decision follows his initial conviction by the Tonekabon Revolutionary Court for “insulting the Supreme Leader of Iran.”

Rasouli Amarlooie’s charge is said to be linked to the republication of an article authored by a former managing editor of Kayhan on the internet.

Known for his literary contributions, Rasouli Amarlooie has authored several books, including “Uprising,” “The 1979 Fall,” “Return from Resurrection,” “Sargalesh Hymn,” and “School Teacher.”

Writer Arsalan Rasouli Amarlooie Receives Six-Month Prison Sentence for Insulting Supreme Leader

The Revolutionary Court in Tonekabon, located in Mazandaran province, has issued a six-month prison sentence for writer Arsalan Rasouli Amarlooie, as reported by Ensafnews.

The charge against Rasouli Amarlooie reportedly stems from his republication of an article written by a former managing editor of Kayhan on the internet.

Rasouli Amarlooie, who writes under the pen name Sargalesh, has been convicted of “insulting the Supreme Leader of Iran.”
In addition to his journalism work, he is the author of several books.