Franco-Iranian Fariba Adelkhah again incarcerated in Iran-Support Committee
Iran-Adelkhah /: The Franco-Iranian Fariba Adelkhah again incarcerated in Iran-Support Committee Paris, 12 January (Reuters) - The Anthropologist - The Anthropologist Franco-Iranian Fariba Adelkhah was again incarcerated at Evin Prison, Iran, reports on Wednesday his support committee in a statement broadcast on Twitter. Fariba Adelkhah was arrested in June 2019 and then summoned to Tehran after his sentence to five years in prison in October 2020.
© MOREZA NIKOUBAZL Ali Khamenei, the Iranian Supreme Guide. Reuters / Morteza Nikoubazl / File Photo
Details are not numerous. Farideh Moradkhani, the niece of the Iranian Supreme Guide Ali Khamenei
, activist against the death penalty, was arrested in Iran last Thursday by the security forces, learned the AFP from his brother, Mahmoud Moradkhani, and of Iranian activists this Sunday. "We are worried ... We now know that it is in Evin Prison" in Tehran, under the control of the Ministry of Information forces, he said. Farideh Moradkhani was arrested while she was returning home and her house was searched, according to Human Rights Activists News Agency (Hrana). Tribute to the widow of the Shah of Iran The reasons for his arrest were not known but activists noted that she intervened a few months after a video in which Farideh Moraskhani saluted Farah Diba, the widow of Iran's Shah overthrown by The Islamic Revolution in 1979, for its 83 years. In this video, the niece of the Supreme Guide
evoked a "dear queen" and exhorted it to return to Iran to work to the revival of culture. Farah diba, exiled from Iran since the Revolution, lives in France. Farideh Moradkhani is the daughter of Ali Khamenei's sister, Badri, who fled with his family in the 1980s in Iraq. The Supreme Guide
also has three brothers.
"For help, the Taliban are in front of my house! »: In Kabul, two feminist activists missing .
© Copyright 2022, Obs " Help me! The Taliban are in front of my house and I'm alone with my sisters! It is the words of Tamana Zaryabi, an Afghan militant for women's rights, just before being arrested, as well as his sisters, at his home in Kabul, Wednesday, January 19. His loved ones are since no news. In Kabul, Afghans are trying to manifest against the Taliban diet in the video, we intend to ask men in front of his door to leave and "come back tomorrow".