March 5, 2011
The Iranian regime’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) has summoned the daughter of an Iranian-Dutch woman executed in January, threatening her not to contact the Dutch embassy or the media.
According to Iran Khabar on Wednesday, Ms. Banafsheh Nayebpour was summoned to the MOIS in Karaj along with her husband, Reza Arefi.
She was told by interrogators not to contact the Dutch embassy with regards to the execution of her mother, Zahra Bahrami, in January or to give interviews to the media.
They were told that otherwise they will be both arrested and the state-run TV will accuse the executed mother of ethical corruption.
The interrogators also refused to provide the daughter with Ms. Bahrami’s final will and personal belongings.