Three Kurdish citizens, Hossein Qureshi, Dana Ahmadpour and Zana Ahmadpour, were detained by security forces in the cities of Buchan and Baneh and taken to an unknown location.
The Kurdistan Human Rights Network has been informed that security forces went to Hossein Qureshi’s house in Buchan city and searched his house, arrested him and transferred him to an unknown location.
At the same time, security forces in the city of Baneh arrested a citizen named Dana Ahmadpour. A citizen of this citizen named Zana Ahmadpour was also arrested after being summoned to the press office of the city’s intelligence office.
No information has been obtained about the fate or charges against these citizens.

On the other hand, according to reports received by the Kurdistan Human Rights Society, political prisoner “Ebrahim Sediq Hamedani” in the Iranian government prison in Marivan failed to fulfill the promise of prison officials to transfer him and his son to the government prison in Sanandaj five days ago. Has gone on a medeical strike.
According to this report, he has high blood sugar and has been refusing to take insulin for about 5 days, which has caused the family to worry about his health.
It should be noted that before this, Ebrahim Sediq Hamedani and his son Salar Sediq Hamedani went on a hunger strike on January 4, this year, which ended about 10 days ago following the promise of prison officials.
Ebrahim Siddiq Hamedani and his son Salar and his daughter Maryam were arrested by security forces on March 25, 2018 and transferred to the Central Government Prison in Urmia on May 25, 2019. Maryam was released on bail from the women ward of the Government Prison in Urmia on May 25, 2019. he was freed.
It is noteworthy that the father and son were eventually sentenced by the Revolutionary Court of the Government in Urmia to 16 years in prison on charges of “acting against national security through membership in the opposition and propaganda activities against the regime.”
It is worth mentioning that Ebrahim Siddiq Hamedani and his son Salar Siddiq Hamedani were sentenced to 11 months in prison in a new case for propaganda activities against the regime, and this sentence was announced to these citizens on August 23 of this year.