Sakine’s son, Sajjad, has been summoned by the Ministry of Intelligence in Iran
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Press Release No.16
Sajjad, the son of Sakine Mohammadi-Ashtiaani,
summond by the Ministry of Intelligence in Tabriz
An information source of the International Committee Against Execution in Tabriz reports that Sajjad, the 22-year-old son of Sakine Mohammadi-Ashtiaani, has been summond to office 37 of the Tabriz branch of the Ministry of Intelligence today. The summon has been issued by Hoseyn Nobakht, Tabriz assistant public prosecutor. According to the source, it is not yet clear if Sajjad has actually presented himself to the said office. It is obvious to all those familiar with the Islamic Republic that such summons are aimed at pressurring the victims physically and emotionally.
The International Committee Against Executions vehemently condemns any threat, summon and persecution by the forces of oppression of the Islamic regime directed against the children of Sakine Mohammadi-Ashtiaani. The Committee also calls on all people across the world to strongly condemn the Islamic Republic’s conduct.
International Committee Against Execeutions
July 14, 2010