Rostam Ebrahimi, Kurdish citizen from Kamyaran, sentenced to 10 months in prison

Rostam Ebrahimi, Kurdish citizen from Kamyaran, sentenced to 10 months in prison

20:15 - 15 December 2020


 Hengaw: A Kurdish citizen from Kamyaran  district of Kurdistan province in Iranian Kurdistan who was detained  by the security services of the Islamic Republic of Iran in October 2020 has been sentenced to prison.

 According to a report received by Hengaw Human Rights Organization, 40-year-old Rostam Ebrahimi, a resident of the Takht-e Zangi  in Kamyaran, has been sentenced by first Branch of the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Court in Sanandaj, headed by Judge Saeedi, to 10 months in prison.

 According to an informed source, this sentence was issued for this Kurdish citizen on charges of collaborating and propagating for the Kurdistan Democratic Party of Iran.

 Rostam Ebrahimi was detained  by the Iranian intelligence service in Kamyaran in early September of this year and was temporarily released on bail of 200 million ($10000) Tomans for 20 days until the court hearing.