27 Death Row Sunni Prisoners in Imminent Danger of Execution

Posted on: May 13th, 2016

HRANA News Agency – The warden of ward 4 in Rajai Shahr prison in Karaj, has attended Hall 10 of this ward and has told the death row Sunni prisoners that their sentences had been referred to the executive office and  the risk of their execution is very high, if they were seeking forgiveness, they should write their letters soon.

According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), the warden of ward four of the Rajai Shahr prison in Karaj, Mr. Shojaee, has gone to Hall 10 of this prison, where there are 27 Sunni prisoners, with confirmed death sentences, and announced that all their verdicts had been referred to the executive office and the risk of their execution was very high on Saturday 30th April. He has told them: “If you are seeking forgiveness, you should write the requests soon. I do not want to feel guilty, later.” (more…)

The Names Of 27 Death Row Sunni Prisoners In Rajai Shahr Prison

Posted on: December 28th, 2015

HRANA News Agency – The following list is the names of 27 Sunni death row prisoners in Rajae Shahr in whose sentences have been confirmed by the Supreme Court.

According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), after transferring many Sunni prisoners of hall number 10 to other halls, all of the remaining prisoners are death row prisoner. (more…)

Ten personal cars of Sunni prisoners have been confiscated

Posted on: September 6th, 2013

HRANA News Agency – The cars of 10 Sunni political prisoners of Rajai Shahr prison have been confiscated.

 

According to a report by Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), each of these prisoners have received a verdict from the revolutionary court telling them that their cars have been confiscated for the government.

 

The ten prisoners and their cars are:

Mokhtar Rahimi (Peykan), Mohammad Gharibi (Peykan), Omar Ghader Abdollahi (Peugeot), Foad Ahmad Nouri (Peugeot), Omid Mahmoudi (Peykan), Bahman Rahimi (Jeep), Mohammad Yavar Rahimi (Peugeot), Keykhosro Sharafi Pour (Peykan), Alam Barmashti (Peykan), Teymour Naderzade (Peykan).

 

Most of these prisoners are from poor Kurdish families.