Ariyai Community News Agency – Today, Wednesday, 2 Shahrivar, Melika Karagozlu, journalism student of Allameh Tabatabai University, was released from Evin prison after posting bail. He was arrested by the security forces on July 22, following the release of a video protesting the mandatory hijab.
According to the news agency of the Aryan community, quoted by Harana, today, Wednesday, 2 September 1401, Melika Karagozlu, a journalism student of Allameh Tabatabai University, was released from Evin prison.
Ms. Karagozlu’s release has been made by posting a bail of one billion six hundred million tomans temporarily and until the end of the proceedings. Earlier, Mohammad Ali Kamfirouzi, the lawyer defending Mrs. Karagozlu, called the arrest and continued detention of this citizen illegal and a clear example of violation of human rights, and said that “the physical and mental condition of Ms. Melika Karagozlu is not favorable at all, and apparently, the serious accusations are false and unrelated to the client. attributed”.
Protest against mandatory hijab by Melika Karagozlu
Melika Karagozlu was arrested by the security forces on Wednesday, July 22, after the release of a video in which she protested against the mandatory hijab law by taking off her hijab.
Earlier, she was arrested by the security forces during the nationwide protests in November 2018 and was released from Evin prison after posting a bail of 60 million tomans.
At the end of 2018, he was sentenced to six months in prison by the Revolutionary Court of Tehran. In November 2019, this citizen was included in the amnesty circular of the head of the judiciary and did not go to prison.
Over the past years, the Islamic Republic has committed clear violations of human rights in various fields. Currently, there are many people in Iran’s prisons with various ideological and political charges, and many people are forced to leave their homeland due to the violation of their basic rights.