Nine Citizens Arrested in Qom, Alborz, and Tehran Provinces for Supporting Erfan-e-Halgheh

The IRGC in Qom recently announced the arrest of nine supporters of Erfan-e-Halgheh (Circle of Mysticism).

According to HRANA, the news agency of Human Rights Activists, quoting Fars, the arrests took pace in the three provinces of Qom, Alborz, and Tehran.

According to Fars, nine “main members of Erfan-e-Halgheh” were arrested and sent to prison with a court order. The report does not mention the identities or whereabouts of these citizens.

Inter-universalism is known  as Erfane Halgheh (Circle of Mysticism) in Iran.

Eight Citizens Summoned and Arrested in Hamedan Province for Supporting Erfan-e-Halgheh (Circle of Mysticism)

According to HRANA, the news agency of Human Rights Activists, quoting Tasnim, the public relations officer of the IRGC in Hamadan announced the summoning and arrest of eight supporters of Erfan-e-Halgheh (Circle of Mysticism).

Declaring these citizens to be members of the Erfan-e-Halgheh, Ali Akbar Karimpour said “Eight members of this sect were arrested and summoned, and their cases have been sent to the province judicial for legal proceedings.”

The report does not mention the identity or whereabouts of these citizens.

“Erfan-e-Halgheh” followers arrested at the Revolutionary Court

HRANA News Agency – Several followers of “Erfan-e-Halgheh” faith (Interuniversalism) who intended to attend a gathering in front of the Islamic Revolutionary Court were arrested by the security forces.

According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), on Wednesday  8 October, 2014  several followers of “Erfan-e-Halgheh” faith ( Interuniversalism) who intended to attend a gathering in front of the Islamic Revolutionary Court located at “Moalem” Avenue were arrested by the security forces. These citizens were arrested at early hours of the morning, before they could attend any gathering as soon as they arrived at the location. Continue reading ““Erfan-e-Halgheh” followers arrested at the Revolutionary Court”