An appeals court reaffirmed the judgment at the end of August. In August , with Rouhani as president, a suit against two preachers, Mohammad Reza Shahbazi and Alireza Ghaemi, blaming them for agitation that led to the Kavar clash, was delayed when Shahbazi failed to appear in court. On December 1, Tehran public security officers had surrounded the Shohada-e Tajrish hospital and attempted to have the two men discharged from the facility, placing them in handcuffs and shackles. While IOPHRI has taken the initiative in reporting on all atrocities committed by the dictatorship against dissidents, it is concerned particularly with persecution of the Gonabadi-Nimatullahi Sufis , a Shia Muslim body. The heroes Kasra Nouri left and Saleh Moradi. Their plight is eloquent evidence that regardless of its global peace rhetoric, the Iranian clerical tyranny has not fulfilled Rouhani’s pledge of change. Two weeks later, on December 27 , Sotoudeh and her family returned from a funeral to their household and found it ransacked, with everything of value stolen.
Branch 2 of the Shiraz Revolutionary Court announced the punishment of the three Sufis, Hamid-Reza Arayesh, Kazem Dehghan and Mohammad-Ali Shamshirzan, convicting all of them of participation in seditious protests, “waging war against God,” and shipping illegal weapons. CIP in the Media. The Gonabadis claim that more than Sufis from Kavar have been arrested, assaulted, and tried in violation of legal procedures. Their trial, which began in November , was suspended until January 7. Please remember her in your duas. Under Rouhani, three Gonabadi adherents, residents of Kavar county in Iran’s southern Fars province, have been ordered into permanent internal deportation by judges in Shiraz, the capital of Fars.
Our brother Hamid Reza Moradi.
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IranShiismSufism receive the latest by email: Hamid Moradi, in addition to serving a and-a-half year penal term, has suffered a serious infection of the foot, which may require amputation, after torture by Iranian officials.
Their plight is eloquent evidence that regardless of its global peace rhetoric, the Iranian clerical tyranny has not fulfilled Rouhani’s pledge of change. Rouhani’s term began on August 3. After Rouhani was sworn in, sadethi Iranian state arrested “10 more journalists and bloggers… 10 others have been sentenced to a combined total of 72 years in prison, and three newspapers have been closed or forced to suspend publishing under pressure from the authorities,” according to Majzooban Noor.
The visit by the Europeans was condemned by hard-line Iranian clerics. The ascension of Iran’s president Hassan Rouhani supposedly represented a “period jadix hope. Early in December, Majzooban Noor stated that Bahrami’s health was deteriorating, with internal bleeding, and that his medical problems were being ignored by prison officials. The signatories expressed their worry about the physical condition of Hamid Reza Moradi, the director of the Majzooban Noor website, and Mostafa Daneshjou.
He is also afflicted by illnesses including arteriosclerosis and cardiovascular diseases, as well as lumbar disc damage. Two weeks later, on December 27Sotoudeh and her family returned from a funeral to their household and found it ransacked, with everything of value stolen.
Sotoudeh, whose clients included Nobel Peace Prize laureate Shirin Ebadiwas accused of “acting against national security, collusion and propaganda against the state, and membership in the Defenders of Human Rights Center.
They and other leading Gonabadis have been found guilty of creating their website to subvert national security, assail the regime, insult Ayatollah Khamenei, and disturb public order.
On December 1, Tehran public security officers had surrounded the Shohada-e Tajrish hospital and attempted to have the two men discharged from the facility, placing them in handcuffs and shackles. An appeals court reaffirmed the judgment at the end of August. An effort to move them to the Tehran Heart Center had been blocked by a Tehran “hanging judge” who specializes in anti-Sufi verdicts, Abulghasem Salavati.
The Kavar case emerged from a violent confrontation in that led to the death of one Sufi and injury to three more, attacked by the Basij militia and their plainclothes police accomplices. On December 13,a delegation from the European Parliament met with Sotoudeh in Tehran to present her belatedly with the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought.
As Majzooban Noor noted, “Rouhani repeatedly said during his campaign that ‘all the political prisoners should be sadethi.
Our imprisoned brothers from the Kavar trial. That period has been described by Rouhani supporters as one of “hope and prudence,” especially because it seemed to promise an opening to America.
Meanwhile, in Tehran, Shiraz, Khorramshahr, and other cities, Gonabadi Sufis and their families remain the aadeghi of threats, interrogation by intelligence agents, and other persecution.
Their trial, which began in Novemberwas suspended until January 7.
Please remember her iflm your duas. The attacks took place over three days and resulted in graffiti, vandalism, broken windows, and shootings inside Karroubi’s home. The Gonabadis claim that more than Sufis from Kavar have been arrested, assaulted, and tried in violation of legal procedures. In Augustwith Rouhani as president, a filmm against two preachers, Mohammad Reza Shahbazi and Alireza Ghaemi, blaming them for agitation that led to the Kavar clash, was delayed when Shahbazi failed to appear in court.
We will wait for them to announce the results of their actions,” Khandan said. Please remember them in your duas. Shahbazi and Ghaemi had travelled from the theological center of Qom to carry out their homicidal campaign. Sotoudeh’s husband, Reza Khandan, intimated that Islamic Republic official personnel were involved in the violation of the family’s privacy, commenting, “Everybody knows that … all kinds of different security and judicial organizations in iadid country have the power and the authority to be able to find the perpetrators in 48 hours.
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Iranian officials may polish their manners when meeting with foreigners like Secretary of State John Kerry. Our honorable sister Nasrin Sotoudeh. Please remember him in your duas. On December 10,Majzooban Noor warned that Hamid Moradi and Daneshjou were “in urgent need of specialized medical care” and faced a “life threatening” situation.
Noorud’din Nimatullah Veli, CE, may his mystery be sanctified. On October 19,after Rouhani had served as president for three months, 31 political prisoners held in section of Tehran’s infamous Evin Prison issued a statement denouncing the authorities for illegal actions against lawyers kept in the “Gonabadi Sufi” section of the lockup.
Her release was advertised intensively and came just before Rouhani’s extravagantly-promoted visit to the United Nations General Assembly in New York. On December 23, the Paris office of Seyed Mostafa Azmayesh, the exiled leader of the Gonabadi Sufis and head of IOPHRI, was turned upside down, with the loss of personal research data storage media, in a fashion anticipating the incursion against Sotoudeh and her family.
Iran and its culture are known worldwide as centers of Sufi mysticism. The International Campaign for Human Rights in Iranwhich was financed originally by human rights activists in the Netherlands and is now headquartered in the U. Yet because the Gonabadi disciples, who represent a leading element of Iranian Sufism, oppose the abuses of human rights and law committed by the Tehran establishment, they have been attacked savagely.
Mostafa Daneshjou, a lawyer and member of the website’s board, was handed a seven year prison sentence, and is a pulmonary patient. Under Rouhani, three Gonabadi adherents, residents of Kavar county in Iran’s southern Fars province, have been ordered into permanent internal deportation by judges in Shiraz, the capital of Fars.