Iran: Arash Sadeghi Transferred to Prison Infirmary 3 Times in Just 24 Hours

NCRI - The political prisoner, Arash Sadeghi, was transferred to Evin prison infirmary 3 times in just 24 hours due to his deteriorating health condition. On Tuesday, January 10, Arash Sadeghi was taken to the prison clinic due to “lung inflammation and persistent cough,” but received no treatment other than an oxygen mask before returning to the ward.

Iran: Family's Concerns Regarding Disappearance of Political Prisoner Ali Moezzi

NCRI - Al Arabiya television reported on Monday, January 9: “The Iranian regime’s security forces have transferred political prisoner Ali Moezzi, a supporter of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK), from Gohardasht Prison to an unknown location and there is no news about his condition and whereabouts. According to international human rights organizations and the families of this political prisoner, it is feared that Mr. Moezzi is being tortured and even killed.”

Parliamentarians Call to Save Political Prisoner Ali Moezzi in Iran

NCRI - Parliamentary Committees of “Friends of Free Iran” in various European countries including Sweden, Romania, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Iceland and Estonia in separate letters to the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zied Ra’ed Al-Hussein, urged him to take action for the safety of political prisoner, Ali Moezzi, who was kidnapped by Gohardasht prison officials on January 4 and transferred to an unknown location.

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On Jan. 4, the reports came from within Gohardasht Prison, near the Iranian capital Tehran, that activist and political prisoner Ali Moezzi, still behind bars despite completing his term, had disappeared. Wrote Dr Ali Safavi a member of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran and president of the Near East Policy Research, in ‘The Hill’ on January 9, 2017, the article continues as follows.

Iran: Political Prisoners Complaint Letter to Asma Jahangir Regarding Abduction of Ali Moezzi

NCRI - A group of political prisoners in Gohardasht Prison in a complaint letter to the U.N. Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in Iran, Ms. Asma Jahangir, urged her to address and investigate the situation of the political prisoner Ali Moezzi who was abducted on January 4 by prison officials and transferred to an unknown location.

The following is the text of the political prisoners’ letter:

Ms. Asma Jahangir, the U.N. Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in Iran,

Daughters of Disappeared Iranian Political Prisoner: 'We Don't Know If Our Father Is Dead or Alive'

The International Business Times published an exclusive interview of Harriet Sinclair with two daughters of prominent political prisoner Ali Moezzi, on January 8, the following is the full text of this interview.

The Iran page of Amnesty International's website tells of numerous political prisoners, missing men and women, activists on hunger strike – hundreds of anonymous people suffering human rights violations.

Australian group appeals to save Iranian political prisoner Ali Moezzi

NCRI - Australian group supporting democracy in Iran has called on the United Nation’s Special Rapporteur for Human Rights Situation in Iran to take action to save the life of life of Iranian political prisoner Mr. Ali Moezi.

Australian Supporters of Democracy in Iran said in a letter to Asma Jahangir: “Mr. Moezi, 65, a well- known Iranian political prisoner who spent years in prison in the 1980s, Subsequently, he was arrested in 2008 and served a two-year sentence for visiting his two daughters who were residents at Camp Ashraf, Iraq then. He was rearrested in June 2011 and despite all the facts that he should be released in December 2015 but was extended for another year with no justification.”

The Former Political Prisoner Condemned the Abduction of Ali Moezzi

NCRI - The former political prisoner, Ali Akbar Nikbakht who was also imprisoned and been tortured in the prison, condemned the abduction of the political prisoner, Ali Moezzi.

Surgery Not Performed on Patient Due to Possibility of Her Being Afghan

NCRI - Doctors at a hospital in Iran refused to perform an operation on a patient woman, only because of the possibility of her being an Afghan.

According to Jahan-e Eghtesad newspaper, doctors at the so-called ‘Imam Khomeini’ hospital in Tehran have refused to perform liver transplant on a patient due to ‘suspicion of the patient being Afghan’.

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