Iran: letter from political prisoner to int’l rights orgs

Political prisoner Golrokh Ibrahimi Iraie

Political prisoner Golrokh Ibrahim Iraie issued a letter to her husband, Arash Sadeghi and international human rights organizations, supporting his hunger strike.
Political prisoner Arash Sadeghi has been on hunger strike for the past 37 days, protesting inhumane prison conditions and the arrest of his wife, Golrokh Ibrahimi Iraie. His conditions are currently reported as dire.
“The freedom lovers are the pride of history and freedom will never be imprisoned,” wrote Golrokh Ibrahimi to her imprisoned husband… “I know we have suffered injustice and you are protesting this with your all. The tomorrow that we yearn so is coming. You must remain to rejoice the morning of freedom alongside our country’s flag,” she added.
To international human rights organizations she wrote, “Despite the passing of one month from when my husband, Arash Sadeghi, launched his hunger strike, and despite the fact that his conditions are deteriorating and has once again suffered internal bleeding, and his blood pressure is 8 over 4 according to the prison clinic, his case has gone unnoticed with no action taken by the relevant officials…
“My husband is protesting a trend of false accusations regarding my detention in the Revolutionary Guards’ ward 2A and the interrogations by Fort Tharallah agents. This suspicious dossier was only established to place pressure on my husband, opened without any evidence or credible argument, leading to a sentence of 6 years behind bars for me…
“These days when my husband is seriously ill and is literally facing death, the authorities have placed his life in the hands of the judiciary, the public prosecutor and those who arrested him, being the IRGC.
“I call on all human rights organizations to take action and prevent an irretrievable turn of events.”


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