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Journalist Sentenced to Six Years in Prison after Returning to Iran

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Journalist, political activist, and close relative of the Islamic Republic’s Supreme Leader Serajeddin Mirdamadi has been sentenced to six years in prison by Judge Salavati of Section 15 of the Revolutionary Court on July 27, 2014, found guilty of “propaganda against the state” and “conspiracy against national security.”

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Trial of jailed journalist suddenly goes ahead

 

 

 

Jailed Iranian journalist Serajeddin Mirdamadi stood trial on Monday July 21 in Branch 15 the Revolutionary Court in Tehran.10___images_sarajeddin-mirdamadi_4.jpg

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Arzhang Davoodi sentenced to death by the revolutionary court

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Branch number one of revolutionary court of Karaj has sentenced Arzhang Davoodi, the political prisoner of central arjang345.jpgprison of Bandar Abbas to death.

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Child of Sunni prisoner detained for three years without sentence

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Iran’s Ministry of Intelligence has prevented the release of the child of a Sunni prisoner who has been held for abdollah-abadian.jpegthree years without sentence, despite being granted release on bail by the courts six months ago.

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University reprimands morality police for going on-campus

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The head of Tehran University of Art, Gholamreza Akrami, says the police do not have the right to enter the university campus, and following a discussion with them, “they have apologized for the recent incident.”

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Morality police clashes with campus security

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A student at the Applied Arts University has been arrested by Iran’s morality patrol, referred to as an Ershad Patrol.

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Widespread Elimination of Women from Tehran City Administration “for Their Comfort”

A Tehran Municipality manager announced on July 13, 2014 that henceforth all managers in the organization should use male employees in their offices, and the Municipality offices should be segregated by gender.c_250_150_16777215_00___images_mayaer435e.jpeg

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Sunni cleric barred from leaving country

Shia-on-line reports that Mowlavi Abdolhamid, a senior Sunni leader and the Friday Mass Imam of Zahedan, is now facing a travel ban.10___images_molewi_ebdolhemid_4.jpg

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3 Azeri activists sentenced to imprisonment in Tabriz

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Three Azerbaijani activists have been sentenced to 7 years imprisonment by a court in Tabriz.

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Tehran police to enforce Ramadan fasting rules

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Greater Tehran’s Police Chief announced on Sunday June 29 that with the commencement of the month of Ramadan, his forces will respond to public displays of eating and smoking.

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Iranian-American jailed for spying seeks case review

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Amir Mirzai Hekmati’s lawyer reports that he has filed a request for a review of his client’s file for the charge of “spying for the United States.”

Hekmati, an Iranian-U.S. citizen and former U.S. marine, had been sentenced to death in the preliminary court but that sentence was reduced to 10 years in jail in the appeals court.

Read more: Iranian-American jailed for spying seeks case review
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