A Kurdish worker named Pouria Javaheri, who was arrested in Kamyaran, Kurdistan province, on 29 November after being summoned to the Intelligence Organisation of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), has been accused of “enmity against God” (moharebeh).

Since his arrest, the civilian has managed to make only one short phone call to his family.

In the phone call, he told his family that he was held in a security detention centre in Sanandaj, Kurdistan province.

He added that one of his ribs was broken due to torture during interrogation.

After Javaheri spoke about torture, the security interrogators prevented him from continuing his conversation with his family.

In the past few days, after the family’s continuous follow-ups at the security institutions and the Public and Revolutionary Prosecutor’s Office in Kamyaran, the prosecutor said that Javaheri was accused of “enmity against God”.

So far, there is no information about the civilian’s fate.