The verdict of a Kurdish singer\'s floggings was carried out in Urmia\'s court

Kurdpa Agency: A sentence of 100 lashes of a Kurdish singer was executed in Urmia Central Prison in District 4 of the Court.

According to a report by the Kurdistan Press Agency, on Sunday, July 28, a 100-lash for \"Peyman Mirza Zadeh\", a Kurdish singer, was carried out at the Urmia Central in District 4 of the City Court\'s execution, and he struck in protest against the execution of this verdict.

This ruling was previously issued by District 110 of the Urmia Public Court on charges of \"drinking and insulting holy things\".

In June this year, this singer was sentenced to two years discretionary imprisonment by a public prosecutor of Urmia, District 110, in a new case on charges of \"spreading propaganda against the regime and illegally crossing the border\".

On Saturday, March 2nd, 2019, Peyman Mirza Zadeh was sentenced to two years in prison in the first District of the Urmia Revolutionary Court, headed by Judge Chabak, on charges with propaganda against the regime. this decree was declared to him on Monday, March 4th 2019.

On Thursday, February 21st, 2018, Peyman Mirza Zadeh, son of Nour Al-Din from the village of Gangachin, Sumay-ye Beradust Rural District, was detained by intelligence agents.

This singer was arrested on charges of \" singing epic and Kurdish revolutionary songs\" and was transferred to the Urmia Ettelaat Bureau detention center.

On Monday, February 25th, 2018, this singer was transferred to the Urmia Central Prison after the interrogation was completed.

On December 18th, 2017, this Kurdish singer was arrested by intelligence forces on charges of \"singing epic and Kurdish revolutionary songs\" and at the end of same month, in third District of the Urmia Revolutionary Court, he was sentenced to six months discretionary imprisonment on charges of \"propaganda against the regime\" without the right to have a lawyer.

Peyman Mirza Zadeh was released from the central prison of Urmia on Friday, June 8th, 2018, after finishing six months in prison.