Assyrian Christian Rameel Bet Tamraz Will go to Evin Prison to serve his sentence
Human Rights in Iran – Today, Ramiel Bet Tamraz, an Assyrian Christian resident in Tehran, who was previously sentenced to 6 months in prison on charges of house Church activities, Referred to Tehran Security Prosecutor’s Office in Evin Prison for Enforcement of Imprisonment.
According to Human Rights in Iran, Today Tuesday 8 Jan 2020, Rameel Bet Tamraz, an Assyrian Christian citizen residing in Tehran That Charged by Branch 36, Tehran Province Appeal Court For “membership in illegal groups”, Related to his Church Activities, That He was sentenced to 6 months’ imprisonment, including arrest terms To serve his sentence, he will recourse to the Tehran Security Prosecutor’s Office.
Quote from an informed source from Ramilael Betz Tammraz, said; َAfter the court sentence against this Assyrian Christian was confirmed by appeal court he will introduce his self to Tehran Security Prosecutor’s Office for serving his prison time.
It should be explain that; Ramilael Betz Tammraz, is the son of Pastor Victor Betz Tammraz & Shamiram ٍٍEsavi That both of his parents also they have open case and in the first Court Victor Bet Tammraz convited to 10 Years and his Mother Shamiram Esavi also convicted to 5 years in imprisonment and they case still is at the pending of appeal results.
The suppression of religious dissidents in Iran violates international human rights law, including Articles 18 and 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, as well as Article 18 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights of 16 December 1986, on the right of individuals to change their religion and to practice their religion without He has allowed religious fear and propaganda for people without restrictions.
Also, the enjoyment of the right to a fair trial is one of the inalienable rights set forth in Article 10 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.