Thirty-Seven Years of Imprisonment for Six Dervishes/ Four Dervishes Refusal to Attend the Trai

۳۷ years of imprisonment, 296 lashes and 8 years of deprivation of social rights are the new sentences for 6 Gonabadi Dervishes being held in Tehran’s Grand Prison (Fashafiyeh).

According to the Campaign for the Defense of Political and Civil Prisoners, six Darvish prisoners in Tehran’s Grand Prison, were sentenced to 37 years imprisonment, 296 lashes and 8 years of social rights denial, at the Tehran Revolutionary Court headed by Judge Salavati and Ahmadzadeh.

Sentences were communicated to 6 detainee Darvishes.

The Majzoban Nour Media close to the Gonabadi Dervishes reported the following

Mohammadreza Shayan: 7 years imprisonment

Hasan Shahreza: 7 years imprisonment, 74 lashes and 2 years deprivation of activity and membership in parties, groups and the media and the press, and 2 years ban on leaving the country.

Morteza Sohrabpour: 7 years imprisonment, 74 lashes and 2 years deprivation from activities and membership in parties, groups and media and the press, and 2 years ban on leaving the country.

Mohsen Norouzi: 7 years imprisonment, 74 lashes and 2 years deprivation of activity and membership in parties, groups and the media and the press, and 2 years ban on leaving the country.

Hassan Abbasi: 7 years imprisonment, 74 lashes and 2 years of deprivation of activity and membership in parties, groups and the media and the press, and 2 years ban on leaving the country.

Sajjad Bradaram: 2 years imprisonment

The Dervishes were arrested during the Golestan seventh incident with severe beating and were denied all legal rights and access to a lawyer and fair trial during interrogation and trial process.

Also, in another news quoted from Majdoban Noor, four detained dervishes in Tehran’s Grand Prison, Kasra Nouri, Saleh Moradi, Reza and Sina Entesari, refused to attend the trial in the Revolutionary Court.

The Dervishes who were arrested during the 7th Golestan incident and were tortured and physically abused by batons, were charged in the indictment issued for Gonabadi Dervishes, as well as the ideological questions of the judges of the Revolutionary Court as an inquisition. Therefore, the presence of the court Refused.

The Dervishes also objected to the detainee’s detention of the attorney’s right as a reason for not attending the trial and objected to the lack of due process in the Dervish case.

These four Dervishes, are part of the detained darvishes that started sit-in protest in prison two weeks ago in protest the widespread violation of Dervish’s rights.

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