Posted News: Fri, Feb 3rd, 2017
News Code: 437

Urmia: 3 years in Prison on charges of “ contacts with Human Rights organizations” !


CDHRK: The Court sentenced Ismael Sanyar after he was released on bail

According to reliable information, The Umria Court of Appeal has  sentenced a Kurdish civil rights activist to three years in prison on charges of “acting against national security” for contacts with foreign media and human rights organizations.

The Kurdish activist, Ismael Sanyar, who was in 13 December 2015 and later was released on bail, arrested by the Armed forces of the Intelligence Office of Boukan, was accused of sending reports and news to the foreigen media an Human Rights organizations outside the country.

Two court sessions held in December headed by judge Aliyar Khalilzadeh and judge Mohamad Hossein Rezaee, sentenced him to three years in prison for having talked to foreign media and rights organisations.