Hengaw : One year after the November 2019 protests in various cities in Kurdistan and Iran, which were severely repressed by Iranian security forces, 16 Kurdish protesters have been sentenced to imprisonment and flogging by the Iranian judiciary.
According to the statistics registered by Hengaw Human Rights Organization, during the protests of November 2019, more than 2000 Kurdish citizens were detained by the Iranian security forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran, whom nearly 300 of them have been identified.
16 of these detainees have been tried by the Iranian judiciary in Kermanshah, Kurdistan, Mazandaran and West Azerbaijan provinces, and have been sentenced to in total of 57 years and 7 months in prison and 30 lashes.
The identities of these 16 people are as follows:
1- Mohieddin Asghari from Sanandaj, sentenced to 1 year in prison .
2- Saed Banafshi from Sanandaj, sentenced to 2 years in prison.
3- Bakhtiar Rahimi from Saqez sentenced to 2 years in prison
4- Fatemeh Davand from Bokan sentenced to 5 years and 5 months imprisonment and 30 lashes.
5- Rasoul Karimi Jalalvand from Kermanshah sentenced to 5 years in prison .
6- Amin Kaseb from Kermanshah,sentenced to 2 years in prison .
7- Seyed Payam Bidrood from Kermanshah, sentenced to 3 years in prison .
8- Parviz Naseri from Urmia, sentences to 5 years in prison .
9- Ali Saedi from Qorveh sentences to 6 months in prison .
10- Mojgan Kavousi from Kelardasht, sentenced to 6 years and 4 months in prison .
11- Sohbatullah Omidi from Kermanshah, sentenced to 10 years in prison .
12- Mehdi Abdali from Kermanshah sentenced to 1 month in prison .
13- Khalil Asadi from Kermanshah sentenced to 3 months in prison
14- Pishtiwan Afsar from Marivan sentenced to 5 years in prison .
15- Mobin Moradi from Kermanshah sentenced to 6 years in prison .
16- Reza Omidi Yarijani from Kermanshah sentenced to 4 years in prison .