A Women Rights Activist Convicted to Six Years Imprisonment

 Saturday, June 13, 2015 6:35:03 PM

Mrs. Mino Mortazi Langroudi, a women rights activist and a member of the National-Religious Council, was sentenced to six years imprisonment at branch 15 of the Revolutionary Court which chaired by Judge Salavati.

Mino convicted to five years in prison on the charge of establishing the National-Religious Council and a year with charged of blackmail against the regime. She has been accused of deprivation of any socio-political activity. She has passed MA in Women's Studies.

The women rights activist along with his husband Habibollah Peyman have been frequently summoned, threatened and interrogating by security forces officials as Campaign to Defend Civil and Political Prisoners in Iran said.

Dr. Habibollah Peyman, the General Secretary of the Opponent Muslim movement, was released on the expensive bail on 2001 after having more than eight months in the solitary confinements of the Revolutionary Guards and five months in the public wards. He has been deprived attending any socio-political conferences.

Furthermore, another member of the National-Religious Council Hussain Rafei was convicted to six years imprisonment and two years deprivation of media and press activities.

By: Kaveh Taheri