Yesterday, Wednesday, March 01, a Kurdish activist known as Osman Ismaili began her two months imprisonment sentence.
The Kurdistan Human Rights Network (KHRN) has been informed that on February 04, Saqqez Enforcement Office has summoned Ms Rabieh Rahmani, who provided bail for Osman Ismaili, and notified her that this activist should introduce himself to Court Enforcement Office for serving his 2 months imprisonment sentence.
The workers’ rights activist, Osman Ismaili, returned to Saqqez from Kerman where he works and was referred to the Enforcement Office of Revolutionary Court of Saqqez on 1 March. He was then transferred to the Saqqez prison to serve two months in the jail.
Osman Ismaili, a worker activist, was arrested by security forces on Tuesday, April 28, 2015, on the eve of the International Worker Day during construction work in Saqqez. He was interrogated for 12 days at the Detention Centre at the Sanandaj Intelligence Bureau. This worker activist was subsequently released on Saturday, May 09 2015, on a bail of 72-million-Rials.
The hearings of this labor activist was held at the Islamic Revolutionary Court of Saqqez (Branch 1) headed by judge Seyed Jafar Rahimi on September 1 and 2, 2015. On February 05, he was sentenced to one year in prison on charges of “Cooperation with the opposition groups against the Islamic Republic of Iran and membership in the communist group of Komala.
He contested the verdict and his case was heard at the Sanandaj Court of Appeals (Branch 4) on Monday, March 07 2017.
On May 25 of 2017, the sentence reduced to a two-month prison by the Sanandaj Court of Appeals.