Reza Mohammad Hosseini Started a Hunger Strike in Evin Prison

Reza Mohammad Hosseini, a prisoner held in ward four of Evin Prison, went on a hunger strike to protest his continued detention. The political prisoner was arrested by the Revolutionary Guard Intelligence Agents in May of 2019 and taken to Ward Two-Alef (2-A) of Evin Prison for interrogation and forced confession and has been detained ever since with a pending case. The case of Mr. Mohammad Hosseini has been sent to Branch 28 of the Revolutionary Court of Tehran for trial by Judge Moghiseh.

According to the Campaign for the Defense of Political and Civil Prisoners, Reza Mohammad Hosseini, a prisoner held in ward four of Evin Prison, in protest to his continued detention and denial of releasing him on bail, started a hunger strike on Wednesday, November 27th, 2019.

According to the report, the third branch of the Evin Security Prosecutor’s Office communicated the charges of “gathering and collusion”, “propaganda against the system”, “insulting the founder of the Islamic Republic”, “insulting the leadership”, “disturbing public order” and ” disobedience of the agents’ orders’ to Mr. Mohammad Hosseini.

Mr. Mohammad Hosseini was arrested by the I Revolutionary Guard Intelligence Agents in May of 2019 and taken to Ward Two-Alef (2-A) of Evin Prison for interrogation, coercion, and forced confession.

The political prisoner was transferred to Quarantine Section after three months and again after 70 days, were transferred to ward 4 of Evin Prison.

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