Mohammad Moradi was sentenced to 40 years in prison and exile in Urmia Central Prison

13:39 - 17 May 2021

 A Kurdish citizen named "Mohammad Moradi" from the village of "Qabr Hossein" in Piranshahr, was charged with "Moharebeh" by being a member of one of the Kurdish opposition parties of the Iranian government by the First Branch of the Revolutionary Court of Mahabad to 40 years in prison and exile to Central Prison of Urmia. 

 In an interview with Kurdpa, a relative of this citizen stated: Today, Wednesday, May 12th, Mohammad Moradi was summoned to execute the sentences of Naqadeh prison and this sentence has been officially notified to him.

 The informed source added: The last court session of this citizen was held in May in the first branch of the Revolutionary Court of Mahabad, presided over by Judge Javad Gholami.

 Mohammad Moradi was previously a member of the Kurdistan Democratic Party of Iran and returned to Iran from the "Kileh" border in Sardasht in September 2017 after leaving the party.

 After returning to Iran, Mr. Mohammad Moradi was detained by IRGC intelligence forces and transferred to the IRGC Intelligence Detention Center in Urmia for questioning.

 After completing the interrogation in the IRGC intelligence detention center in Urmia, this citizen was first transferred to the central prison of this city and then to Naqadeh prison.

 The 35-year-old citizen is married with two children and is currently being held in Naqadeh Prison.

 On the evening of Sunday, October 13, 2019, two of Mohammad Moradi's brothers, Abdul Rahman and Sadegh Moradi, were killed in a direct fire attack by Revolutionary Guards forces on the border of Piranshahr.