Verdict of the Revolutionary Court, five years in prison for Benyamin Moghadasi, a student at Tehran University
verdict of the Revolutionary Court sentenced the student at Tehran University, Binyamin Moghadasi, to five years of imprisonment
Branch 23 of Tehran Revolutionary Court. Binyamin Moghadasi, a master’s student in industrial engineering at Tehran University, sentenced to five years in prison for participating in student protests.
Verdict of the Revolutionary Court
According to “Iranian Human Rights Society”. Seyed Ali Mazloum, Judge of Branch 23 of the Revolutionary Court, has sentenced Moghadasi to five years in prison on the charge of “gathering and collusion” and “disturbance of order”.
It should be noted that this student at Tehran University was arrested by the security forces on Saturday, September 24, on the way to the university and taken to Evin.
According to this report, Moghadasi was transferred from Evin to Fashafuye in October and his trial was held on November 14. The family of Moghadasi, a student at Tehran University, has been under pressure from the security institutions and the judicial system.
According to Benyamin’s friends, he was not even present at the protests, and he was arrested on the way to the university.
We had reports from other court sessions of protesters during nationwide protests of 1401, which published by Iran Human Rights Center, such as:
The court session of Manouchehr Mehman Nawaz, one of the detainees of nationwide protests
Accusation of Moharebeh (war against God) for 6 protestors arrested in Tehran
Mahan Sadrat Madani, one of detainees of nationwide protests, accused of Moharebeh (war against God).
The danger of the imminent execution of Tawheed Darvishi, one of the detainees of the nationwide protests
Holding the court session of Faeze Brahoui, one of the detainees of nationwide protests, and issuing a preliminary ruling
Issuing indictment for 1,680 people arrested in nationwide protests in different cities of Iran
the court whose second session not held; Death sentence for “Mohammed Broghni”
Who are behind the death sentence of four protesters by the Revolutionary Court?
About nationwide protests
The recent nationwide protests started with the death of Mahsa Amini. Mehsa Amini, a 22-year-old girl from Saqqez. She arrested on the evening of Tuesday, September 13, near the Haqqani metro station. By (Morality Police) under pretext of wearing a veil and died due to blows to her head in Kasra hospital.
These protests started since then and have been going on for more than two months. In these protests, people are demanding the overthrow of entire system and want the rule of security, freedom and democracy.
During these protests, 539 people, including 61 children, died and more than 20,000 people (according to government statistics) arrested.
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