MEK Iran :Kurdish Woman, Goes on Hunger Strike to Protest for her Rights
Golaleh Moradi, a Kurdish woman, began a hunger strike on Monday, February 14. Golaleh Moradi is a political prisoner who has been held at Urmia’s Central Prison for ten months with unclear status. According to one of Ms. Moradi’s family, despite her incarceration for ten months, she has not been tried. This condition is also not taken into account by the prison authorities.
The intelligence services have not yet permitted her lawyer to conduct an investigation into her case. They accuse Golaleh Moradi of collaborating with Kurdish parties and taking part in the assassination of an IRGC member.An educated source inside Urmia’s Central Prison had previously stated that Ms. Moradi had been transported multiple times to intelligence service detention centers and tortured to make false confessions.
“The intelligence services have frequently intimated me,” Golaleh Moradi says in an audio recording. They threatened to bring my two children and torture them in front of my eyes if I did not confess to what they wanted.”
On April 17, 2021, IRGC Intelligence forces apprehended Kurdish woman Golaleh Moradi after Ottoman Haji Hosseini, an IRGC member in Piranshahr, was assassinated. They then moved her to Urmia and held her in the women’s ward of the Urmia Central Prison for 45 days.Taher and Matin Bazzazi, both 14 years old, are Golaleh Moradi’s sons. They were arrested and imprisoned for a short period before being released.
Political detainees are tortured in the clerical regime’s jails in order for them to make forced confessions and abandon their previous activities and beliefs. These admissions are then broadcast on national television to terrify the people and used against the prisoner in court.
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