Orumiyeh Military Court Archives - KHRN

February 5, 2019

The Death Row Sentenced of Kurdish Prisoner Reduced to 10 Years of Imprisonment at the Retrial

The death sentence of Arsalan Khodkam, a Kurdish political prisoner detained at Orumiyeh Central Prison, was reduced by Tehran Military court to ten years in prison. Kurdistan Human Rights Network (KHRN) has been informed that upon approval of this political prisoner's request for a retrial by Branch 2 of the Supreme Court, his dossier was referred to the Tehran Military court several months ago. The...

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October 2, 2018

Approval of the Death Sentence for A Kurdish Political Prisoner by the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court equally approved the death sentence for Arsalan Khodkam, a prisoner detained at Orumiyeh Central Prison, who had previously been sentenced to death by Branch 1 of the Orumieh Military Court on charges of Moharebeh and espionage for one of the Kurdish opposition parties against the regime. In this regard, an informed source has told Kurdistan Human Rights Network (KHRN) that Arsalan Khodkam...

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January 23, 2018

Two Kurdish Political Prisoners Exiled to Kerman Prison

Two Kurdish political prisoners detained at Orumiyeh Central Prison were exiled to the Central Prison of Kerman after their sentences were finalised. "On the evening of 21 January 2018, two Kurdish political prisoners called Farooq Sharavari and Tahir Khorshidi sentenced to imprisonment with exile by Orumiyeh Military Court (Branch 1) on charges of cooperating with one of the Kurdish parties were exiled to Kerman Prison...

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October 30, 2017

A Kurdish Soldier Sentenced to 10 Years of Imprisonment by Orumiyeh Military Court

A couple of days ago, Orumiyeh Military Tribunal sentenced a Kurdish soldier to ten years in prison on charges of spying for one of the Kurdish parties. “Sediq Heini, a soldier from Shno (also known in Farsi as Oshnavieh), who served his conscription at one of IRGC offices in this city, was arrested by security forces this July and interrogated for a month at Orumiyeh...

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