Zahra Mohammadi, a civil activist and a member of the “Nozhin” socio-cultural association in Sanandaj, was sentenced to 10 years in prison by Branch 1 of the Revolutionary Court of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Sanandaj on Tuesday, July 15, 2020.
According to the information received, the Kurdish language teacher was sentenced to 10 years in prison on charges of “forming a group and a population with the aim of disrupting national security.”
It is worth mentioning that on February 17, 2020, he was tried in the First Branch of the Revolutionary Court, presided over by Judge Saeedi.
The sentence was handed down to ten years in prison with this civil activist and Kurdish language teacher, while he did not engage in any activities other than civic activities and teaching the Kurdish language to children, and the security agencies of the Islamic Republic of Iran were charged with “forming gangs and disturbing the population.” National Security “did not provide any evidence or documentation.
Zahra Mohammadi, 29, a civil activist and Kurdish language teacher, a member of the board of directors of the Nozhin Cultural Association, was arrested at noon on Thursday, June 23, 2019, at her father’s house.
In addition to teaching Kurdish language and literature at the Nozhin Institute, Zahra collected public donations during the Kermanshah earthquake and floods in Lorestan and Khuzestan, within the framework of the Nozhin Association and with the help of its members, and sent them to the affected areas.
Kurdistan Human Rights Association