Posted News: Sun, Jan 27th, 2019
News Code: 1767

Eleven citizens from Urmia and Sanandaj were sentenced to 39 years and 6 months imprisonment

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MAFNEWS- Esmat Salahshour, Mohammad Pataish and Kamal Abdollahi in Urmia and Mokhtar Zarei from Sanandaj, were sentenced to 22 years imprisonment. Also seven citizens from Sardasht were sentenced to 17 years and 6 months imprisonment.

According to the Center of Democracy and Human Rights in Kurdistan, Esmat Salahshour, son of Khorshid from the village of “Felkan” from the function“Margavar” of Urmia, was sentenced to 5 years imprisonment by the Revolutionary Court of the city.

The sentence was issued by the Revolutionary Court, on charges of “cooperating with Kurdish opposition parties .”

Esmat Salahshour was arrested in April 2018.

Mohammad Pataish, from the village of Qamtara, in Piranshahr, who is currently detained in the central prison of Urmia, was sentenced to 7 years imprisonment.

This verdict was imposed to Mohammad Pataish by the first branch of the Revolutionary Tribunal of Urmia on charges of cooperating with one of the Kurdish opposition parties.

Mohammad Pataish, was arrested by intelligence forces of Piranshahr on Tuesday, February 27th, 2018.

Kamal Abdollahi, from Piranshahr, was sentenced to 7 years imprisonment over “Spy for America .”.

Also seven citizens from Sardasht were sentenced to 17 years and 6 months imprisonment. Jafar Rasoulpour, was sentenced to 1 year and 6 months, Bahman Dandansaz to 1 year and 6 months, Mohammad Leilaneh to 1 year and 6 months, Mohammad Soiro to 1 year and 6 months, Rasoul Mohammadamini to 1 year and 6 months, Ayoub Ahmadi to 5 years and Wafa Heidari was sentenced to 5 years imprisonment.

Mokhtar Zarei was sentenced to 3 years imprisonment by the Revolutionary Court of Sanandaj City.

Mr Zarei was sentenced to two years imprisonment for “insulting the leader of Iran” and sentenced to one year in prison for “propaganda against the regime”.

Mohammad Pataish

Ayoub Ahmadi

Jafar Rasoulpour

Wafa Heidari

Esmat Salahshour