Narges Mohammadi was sentenced to imprisonment and supplementary punishment
Jamia Aryai News Agency – Branch 26 of the Tehran Revolutionary Court sentenced Narges Mohammadi to prison terms and additional punishment.
According to Jamia Aryaei news agency, in recent days, Narges Mohammadi, a human rights activist and political prisoner imprisoned in Evin prison, was ordered in absentia by Branch 26 of the Tehran Revolutionary Court, headed by Iman Afshari, to suffer 1 year and 3 months of imprisonment, and to be banned from leaving the country. And the cleaning of areas from garbage was condemned.
Mustafa Nili, a lawyer, announced on his personal page: “Branch 26 of the Revolutionary Court of Tehran, in a case that was recently filed against Mrs. Narges Mohammadi, has sentenced her to 15 months in prison for propaganda against the regime. In addition to this, additional punishments have also been determined for them.
This lawyer also wrote:Monthly introduction to Faraja for 2 years, ban on leaving the country for 2 years C- Ban on membership in political parties, organizations and groups for 2 years, cleaning areas from waste in uninhabited areas with the coordination of the municipality of one of the cities under the supervision of its security The reference has been sentenced to 4 hours a day for 3 months.”
Mustafa Nili also stated that the reason for issuing this order in absentia was Narges Mohammadi’s non-attendance at the hearing due to her objection to the court’s order and the unfairness of the proceedings.
It should be mentioned that, in May 1401, when she was in Qarchak Varamin prison, Narges Mohammadi was summoned to the investigation branch of Oben prison to attend the investigation session and explain the charges regarding her new case.
On March 3, 1400, Narges Mohammadi was sent on medical leave from Qarchak prison after posting bail for medical treatment and cardiac angiography, and on April 23, 1401, after security agents raided his home. He was arrested and transferred to Qarchak prison in Varamin and after a while he was transferred to Evin prison along with a group of political prisoners.
This human rights defender was sentenced to 8 years and 2 months of penal servitude, 74 lashes, 2 years of exile, and 2 years of exclusion from membership in political groups by Branch 26 of the Revolutionary Court of Tehran, headed by Iman Afshari. And he was sentenced to 2 years of ban from presence and activity in social and telecommunications networks, which due to the lack of objection to the issued sentence (due to the unfairness of the proceedings), this sentence was confirmed and notified to Narges Mohammadi on March 1, 1400 became.
On December 29, 1400, Narges Mohammadi was transferred from the solitary cell of Ward 209 in Evin Prison to Hall 8 of Qarchak Prison in Varamin.
Also, on January 8, 1400, agents of the Ministry of Intelligence raided the personal home of Narges Mohammadi, while this human rights activist was in custody, after searching the house, they confiscated some of her personal items and took them with them.
On November 25, 1400, during the celebration of the second anniversary of Ibrahim Ketabdar, one of the victims of the November 1398 protests, Narges Mohammadi was arrested by security agents and taken to solitary confinement in Ward 209 of this security organization.
This political prisoner, in June 1400, on the charge of (propaganda activity against the regime through the publication of a statement against executions), (sit-in in the office of Evin prison), (disobedience to the head and authorities of Evin prison to end the protest sit-in), ( Destroying the windows of Evin prison (defamation and assault), was sentenced to 30 months imprisonment, 80 lashes and 2 fines.
Narges Mohammadi was released from Zanjan prison in the early hours of the morning of October 17, 2018, after serving 8 years and 6 months of her 10-year prison sentence and applying the law on reduction of punishment in her first judicial case.
On March 3, 2018, the Human Rights Defenders Center, where Narges Mohammadi worked as the vice-president of this human rights group, published a report on the filing of 2 cases with 6 new charges against this human rights activist, in the first case with legal examples; (Propaganda activity against the system), (assembly and collusion with the intention of acting against national security), (Publish political statements), (formation of training classes) and (A protest sit-in in the women’s ward of Evin prison) and in the second case, due to the complaint of Gholamreza Ziyai, the head of Evin prison at the time, with accusations of (disrupting prison order) and (disturbing the public comfort of the women’s ward of Evin prison by holding assemblies and meetings and singing hymns loudly, as well as insulting officials Prison, slander, slander, torture and beating of Narges Mohammadi) had reported.
On January 4th, 2018, Narges Mohammadi, in a violent manner and with beatings from the women’s ward of Evin prison, while together with 7 other female political prisoners, protesting the widespread repression of citizens in the protest gatherings of November 2018, in A protest sit-in was exiled to Zanjan prison.
Narges Mohammadi was returned to Evin prison on June 5, 2017 after undergoing surgery without completing the treatment period. She was transferred to the prison while, according to the doctors, she needed post-surgery care and her treatment process under the supervision of the hospital specialist had not been completed.
This human rights activist and political prisoner was transferred to the hospital under the protection of the security forces on May 24, 1397, to perform hysterectomy surgery, but after that he was denied access to medical services to complete the recovery period and definitive treatment. This disease was deprived after the surgery and related drugs.
Narges Mohammadi, who has been in prison since May 15, 1394, was sentenced to 5 years in prison by Branch 15 of the Tehran Revolutionary Court headed by Abolqasem Salvati, on the charge of (assembly and collusion with the intention of committing a crime against the security of the country), on the charge of (activity Tablighi against Nizam) was sentenced to 1 year in prison and 10 years in prison for the charge of forming and managing the illegal Legam group.
This case was approved in October 2015 after a re-examination by the 36th branch of the Court of Appeals of Tehran Province, chaired by Ahmad Zargar Aina, and with the application of Article 134 of the Islamic Penal Code, 10 years of penal servitude was imposed on this human rights activist.