Political prisoner Hadi Amini, who was released after five years in Rajaï Shahr Prison, has been arrested again just five days after being released. He was arrested by agents of the Intelligence Ministry in the city of Mahabad. Hadi Amini was sentenced to five years in prison on charges of membership in the Kurdish PJAK party, tortured and as a result became disabled in one arm. About a year after his arrest, he was exiled to Evin Prison from Mahabad Prison, and a year ago moved to Rajaï Shahr Prison. ”
Source: Iran Daily Brief
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