A Kurdish political prisoner was exiled from the prison of Urmia to Yazd Prison

Kurdpa Agency: A Kurdish political prisoner from the city of Bokan was exiled from the central prison of Urmia to Yazd Prison.

According to a report from the Kurdistan Press Agency, on Sunday, March 17th, a Kurdish political prisoner, \"Qadar Mohammad Zadeh\", was summoned to the office\'s director of the central prison of Urmia, and his exil statement announced and implemented.

This political prisoner has started a hunger strike on Saturday, March 2nd, and has spent 14 years in Urmia Central Prison.

Qader Mohammad Zadeh, along with three other prisoners, were transferred to the quarantine of the prison of Urmia (safe section) on charges of \"violation of prison laws\" and were deprived of meeting with their families, according to a judicial order.

This political prisoner was arrested by intelligence forces, along with Mohammad Amin Abdollahi on November 30th 2005 and after several months of interrogation at the detention centers of Ettelaat in Mahabad and Urmia, they were transferred to the Urmia Central Prison, and after 15 months of doubt, the first branch of the Mahabad Revolutionary Court was charged them on \"moharebeh through membership in one of the Kurdish opposition parties of the Iranian government\" each of them sentenced to 18 years in exile and these judgments were exactly approved by the appeals court.

Also, in another case, Qader Mohammadzadeh was sentenced to 6 months in prison by branch l the Revolutionary Court of Mahabad in February 2011 with charged on \"communicating with media out of Iran\", and was deprived of his right to leave during his imprisonment.