Iran- Evin Prison: Mohammad Ali Taheri on Hunger strike

Feb 16
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Followers of Mohammed Ali Taheri demanding his freedom
Followers of Mohammed Ali Taheri demanding his freedom

Iran Probe
Tuesday, 16 February 2016

Human rights sources inside Iran reported that the followers of political prisoner, Mohammad Ali Taheri, have started a hunger strike since Friday Feb. 12th, as response to the regime’s indifference to the grave health condition of Mohammad Ali Taheri. He has been kept in prison even though his prison time had been over. He went on dry hunger strike protesting such unfair decision. His condition got worse and was transferred to hospital. After few days, Taheri was brought back to prison. Yet, he is continuing his hunger strike.

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