Radio Zamaneh - Nasrin Sotoudeh, the jailed Iranian human rights lawyer who had been granted a furlough, was summoned back to Evin Prison on Sunday July 7.
The International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran - Over the past several months, Orumiyeh and Mahabad Intelligence Offices have summoned, detained, and harassed several Kurdish former political prisoners on the pretext of concern over their continued political activities after their release from prison, a local source told the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran. In most reported cases, security forces have gone to the homes of former political prisoners on several occasions. The forces have searched the homes for several hours without providing any explanation for these actions, detaining the individuals and releasing them later.
- Furlough Extension Was Denied, Nasrin Sotoudeh Is Back In Prison
- Continuing the prevention of Mousavi and Rahnavard to contact their children
- Watchdog group: Iran to jail protest leader
- Prisoner Raheleh Zakayi transferred from Evin to Gharchak prison in Varamin
- The Women's Ward for Prisoners of Conscience in Mashhad, Iran
- Sotoudeh thanks supporters for solidarity
- Nasrin Sotoudeh Ends 49-Day Hunger Strike After Daughter’s Travel Ban Lifted
- Sotoudeh’s Husband Warns
- Sotoudeh’s Health Critical, Intelligence Says “Continue Hunger Strike to the End!”
- Jailed Iranian Rights Lawyer On 'Unlimited' Hunger Strike
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