The Ministry of Intelligence in Sanandaj, Kurdistan province, continues to hold Kurdish civilian Ebrahim Tari-Moradi in detention after 54 days.

During this period, authorities have refused him the right to receive his medication, family visits, and have a lawyer.

On 24 July, security forces arrested Tari-Moradi, from the Amrowleh village in Sanandaj, at his home in Sanandaj.

Since his arrest, he has only been able to make a few brief phone calls to his family.

The Kurdish civilian suffers from heart disease. Despite his family’s follow-ups, security interrogators have refused to provide him with medication.