Arrest of Mamosta Seyed Ahmad Ahmadian by Iranian Security Forces

03 June 2024 17:05

Hengaw; Monday, June 2, 2024

Mamosta Seyed Ahmad Ahmadian, a Kurdish religious activist and prayer leader of one of the villages in Takab, West Azerbaijan (Urmia) Province, was arrested by the security forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran and transferred to an unknown location.

According to a report received by the Hengaw Organization for Human Rights, in recent days, Seyed Ahmad Ahmadian, a religious activist from Salas- e Babajani, Kermanshah Province, and the prayer leader of Ahmadabad village, a suburb of Takab, was arrested at the Takab intersection by the intelligence forces without any judicial warrant and transferred to an unknown location.

According to informed sources, one day after the arrest of this religious activist, around 15 cars of the intelligence forces raided his private residence. After searching and inspecting the house and seizing his personal belongings, his family was threatened to leave the village at the earliest opportunity.

As of the time of this report, there is no precise information available regarding the reasons for the arrest, the charges brought, the place of detention, or the fate of this religious activist.

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