According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), Judge Mahmood Sorkheh of branch number 101 of the revolutionary court of Shoosh sentenced 15 out of 19 Arab civilians to 2 years of imprisonment on charge of acts against the national security, damaging governmental properties, and 4 others who are all under 18, to 200 million IRRs fine.
Names of the people who were convicted are as following:
Mohammad Dabat – 22 years old – son of Samir and resident of Shoosh
Saeid Al-Bouaini – 27 years old – son of Ashour and resident of Shoosh
Jaber Kanani – 27 years old – son of Mohsen and resident of Shoosh
Ahmad Dabat – 24 years old – son of Badir and resident of Shoosh
Jaber Dabat – 21 years old – son of Badir and resident of Shoosh
Abdulimam Kanani – 30 years old – son of Mohsen and resident of Shoosh
Kazem Chenanian – 25 years old – son of Saghir and resident of Shoosh
Ghasem Sadi Al-Kasir – 20 years old – son of Karim and resident of Shoosh
Mohammad Kanani – 22 years old – son of Jomeh and resident of Shoosh
Mostafa Esmaili – 24 years old – son of Sabiti and resident of Shoosh
Abdullah Mousavi – 22 years old – son of Jasem and resident of Shoosh
Karim Kanani – 27 years old – son of Abd-Alnabi and resident of Dooslagh village, rural of Shoosh
Mohammad Al Kasi – 20 years old – son of Motir and resident of Shoosh
Mohammad Sagoori – 25 years old – son of Sooyef and resident of Shoosh
Ali Baid Alivi– 25 years old – son of Ajam and resident of Shoosh
Following men have been sentenced to 200 million IRRs fine:
Hadi Doleh Al-Boeini – 18 years old – resident of Shoosh
Hamed Kanani – 17 years old – son of Ghasem and resident of Bait Al Sakhi, rural of Shoosh
Ghasem Mehbah – 15 years old – resident of Shoosh
Abbas Kanani – 18 years old – son of Mohammad and resident of Shoosh
These 19 people were arrested in 2015 and charged with setting a police car in fire during a protest. Intelligence service of Shoosh arrested them and after few months of interrogations in solitary confinements, they were transferred to Fajr prison in Dezfool.
A close source to the families of these prisoners told HRANA’s reporter that these prisoners’ relatives think the trial was not fair, because of lawyers’ absence and short time of the session and the sentences themselves, and said “these civilians are transferred to the wards where dangerous prisoners with murder, armed robbery, kidnapping and rape charges are being kept”.