Sanandaj; Ebrahim Tarimoradi was sentenced to one year in discretionary imprisonment and fined

 A Kurdish citizen named Ebrahim Tarimoradi, 55, son of Mohammad Saleh from the village of Amroleh in Sanandaj, was sentenced by the First Branch of the Revolutionary Court of this city, headed by Judge Saeedi, to one year in discretionary imprisonment and 30 million Tomans fines.

 The court charged the citizen with "propaganda against the regime and affiliation with one of the Kurdish opposition parties of the Iranian government," and the sentence was officially announced to him today, Wednesday, February 9th.

 Mr. Tarimoradi has been appealed against the verdict by the Court of First Instance and his case has been referred to the Court of Appeals for review.

 On Sunday, September 26th, this Kurdish citizen was temporarily released from Sanandaj prison on bail pending trial.

  During his detention, the citizen was deprived of "family visits" and "access to a lawyer" and was transferred from the Sanandaj Intelligence Detention Center to the city's prison after completing his interrogation.

 On the evening of Saturday, July 24th, security forces raided the citizen's private home without issuing any court order, and arrested him after searching his home.

 During a search of the citizen's home, security forces confiscated some of his personal belongings.