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Eighteen Years of Imprisonment for Faculty and Students of Qazvin International University

Monday, 07 February 2011

Rahana/2011-02-07 – Four student activists and 2 faculty members of the Qazvin International University have been sentenced to 18 months of suspended imprisonment and monetary fine as a replacement for lashes.

They were tried for disturbing public order by organizing gatherings and participating in the June protests, and insulting the officials. Farhad Fathi and Heidar Qazvini, secretaries of the reformist organizations at the University, were sentenced to 3 years of suspended imprisonment and monetary fine as a replacement for lashes. Fathi had also been suspended for 2 semesters and Qazvini had been banned from taking the College Entrance Exam for 3 years after expulsion from the University. Saeid Sakakian and Sajjad Aali, members of the central committee of the reformist organizations, were each sentenced to 3 years of suspended imprisonment and monetary fine as a replacement for lashes. Sakakian had previously been suspended for 2 semesters. Two faculty members by the names of Hassan Raeisian and Farhad Darvishi, were also sentenced to 3 years of suspended imprisonment and monetary fine as a replacement for lashes. Other students and faculty members who were also tried were ordered to pay a fine.

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