The Kermanshah Revolutionary Court sentenced two citizens to 13 years in prison

 Two Kurdish citizens, Jalal Namdari from Kermanshah and Saeed Khaledi, the son of Amin from "Satyari" village in the Bayangan district in Paveh, were sentenced by the First Branch of the Kermanshah Revolutionary Court to a total of 13 years in prison in a joint case.

 According to a source familiar with the case of these two citizens, according to the verdict of the court of first instance, Jalal Namdari was sentenced to five years in prison on charges of "acting against national security through membership in an opposition party of the Iranian government" and "conspiracy to commit collusion" and also he was sentenced to three years in prison charges on "participating in and encouraging people to participate in the November protests 2019," and Saeed Khaledi was sentenced to four years in prison for "acting against national security through membership in Iranian government opposition parties", and also he sentenced to one year in prison on "propaganda against the regime".

 Jalal Namdari was arrested by security forces in Kermanshah in January 2021 without any court order and transferred to a security detention center in the city for questioning.  Mr. Namdari was transferred to Kermanshah Prison after interrogation.

 Saeed Khaledi was arrested by security forces in February 2021 without any court order and transferred to a security detention center in Kermanshah for questioning. After the interrogation, he was released on bail pending trial.

 Photo: Saeed Khaledi