Farank Jamshidi, a Kurdish environmental activist, was released from prison on a bail of 200 million Tomans after more than 4 and a half months of detention on Tuesday, November 10.

This environmental activist was kept in solitary confinement of the Intelligence Office and the Sanandaj Correctional Center for 3 months and 11 days without the right to visit or contact her family. After completing her interrogation, she was transferred to the women’s ward of the Sanandaj Correctional Center.

Her arrest warrant was extended for the fifth time on October 28. She was charged with “propaganda against the state” and “acting against national security.”