Ibrahim Khalidi Archives - KHRN

May 12, 2020

Former Kurdish political asylum seeker Imprisoned after Being Deported to Iran

Kurdistan Human Rights Network (KHRN) has been informed that a former Kurdish political asylum seeker Ibrahim Khalidi has been arrested after being deported from Turkey to Iran and he is currently being held at Khoy Prison in West Azerbaijan Province. Ibrahim Khalidi, a student from Sardasht, was arrested during the protests in Orumiyeh in January 2017 and he was later sentenced to three years...

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December 11, 2018

No Information About the Fate of A Former Political Prisoner after Leaving Iran

Ibrahim Khalidi, a former political prisoner who had to leave Iran illegally in late June due to pressure from security agencies, has disappeared in Turkey since 3 months ago and there is still no information about his fate yet Kurdistan Human Rights Network (KHRN) has been informed that a Kurdish student has disappeared in Turkey. This student had been arrested during a protests rally in...

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May 23, 2018

A Kurdish Student’s Sentence Reduced by Orumiyeh Court of Appeals

The sentence for Ibrahim Khalidi, the Kurdish student detained in Orumiyeh who was arrested during the recent protests rally and sentenced to five years imprisonment, was reduced to three years by the Orumiyeh Court of Appeals. A source close to the student told Kurdistan Human Rights Network (KHRN) that on Thursday, May 17, the trial of this student was held at (Branch 1) of the...

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March 5, 2018

A Kurdish Student Sentenced To Five Years of Imprisonment in Orumiyeh

A Kurdish student from Sardasht, arrested during a protests rally in Orumiyeh, was sentenced to five years of imprisonment on charges of acting against national security. Kurdistan Human Rights Network has been informed that on January 26, Ibrahim Khalidi, a Kurdish student, was sentenced to five years in prison on charges of "acting against national security through participation in Orumiyeh protests by the Orumiyeh Revolutionary...

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