Sunni religious-political prisoners are in a state of disorder after being transferred to Ghezel Hesar prison
According to the Iranian Human Rights Society, on Saturday, August 26, 2023. Sunni religious-political prisoners, Ghasem Abeste, Dawood Abdullahi, Anwar Khezri, Khosro Bashart, Farhad Salimi, Ayoub Karimi and Kamran Sheikheh live in the worst conditions. On Tuesday, August 1, 2023, these prisoners were transferred to Ghezel Hesar prison in line with the evacuation policy of Gohardasht prison.
According to a reliable source, a month has passed since these prisoners were transferred to Ghezel Hesar. However, their settlement problems are still not solved and they are in a chaotic situation. In the hall where these Sunni prisoners are confined, they do not have the most basic facilities such as water, electricity, health facilities, clinics, etc. and are under the most severe pressure.
Some problems of religious-political Sunni prisoners
This source adds about the conditions of the prisoners of Sunni religious-political: “These prisoners are locked in a small room and have no place to sleep. so that they have to sleep in the courtyard due to the density of space and lack of beds. In the new prison, they are deprived of facilities such as proper bathrooms and toilets.
It should be noted that these prisoners have been enduring the harsh conditions of prison for 14 years since 2009. “Now, after 14 years in prison, they are transferred to a prison that does not have the most basic facilities.”
Sunni religious-political prisone Ghasem Abeste suffering from thyroid cancer before. And now he is suffering from the problems caused by this disease. He also has digestive problems and is facing many problems in the new prison without facilities.
Sunni religious-political prisoners Ghasem Abeste, Dawood Abdullahi, Anwar Khezri, Khosro Basharat, Farhad Salimi, Ayoub Karimi and Kamran Sheikheh were subjected to the most severe tortures after their arrest in 2009. In 2015, Moqiseh judge sentenced these seven political prisoners to death.
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