Iran tyranny over Kurds: 23-year missing file


Political prisoner Mohammad Nazari, imprisoned in Tehran for the past 23 years, has told the Campaign for Human Rights in Iran that even though his prison warden sent a letter on his behalf, the Judiciary has denied his urgent request for medical furlough (temporary leave), claiming they have “lost” his case files.

“I have spent more than half my life in prison,” said Nazari, speaking from Rajaee Shahr Prison, in an exclusive interview with the Campaign on January 12, 2017. “That’s not a problem; I don’t want anything from this regime…I’m not asking for freedom…I just want a permit to go to the hospital.” 


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