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Friday, 25 September, 2020

Esmail Maghrebinejad, Christian convert convicted to 3 years in prison

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Human Rights in Iran – The Branch 105 of Shiraz Criminal Court, Convicted Ismail Maghrebinejad, Christian Converts to 3 Years in Imprisonment of Part One of this Christian Convict’s Case On charges of insulting Islamic saints.  َAlso Ismail Maghrebinejad, will be tried in the coming weeks by the Shiraz Revolutionary Court on charges of “propaganda against the system” and “membership in the regime’s gangs” from second part of this case. 

According to Human Rights in Iran, Reported from Article 18, On Saturday, 11 January 2020, Ismail Maghrebinejad, 64 year-old Christian convert, Shiraz resident, That he was tried on 8 January 2020 by the Branch 105 of Shiraz Criminal Court, On charges of “insulting the sanctuary in cyberspace” and “apostasy”, He was acquitted of “apostasy” and he was sentenced to only 3 years in prison on charges of “Insulting Islamic sanctities in the media space”. This christian Convert will be tried in the coming weeks by the Shiraz Revolutionary Court on charges of “propaganda against the system” and “membership in the regime’s gangs” from second part of this case.

According to this report,  Ismail Maghrebinejad’s Court hearing was on 8 January 2020 by the Branch 105 of Shiraz Criminal Court and this Christian convert presented his defenses to the judge on charges of “insulting the sacred in cyberspace” and “apostasy”. 

It should be noted, on the 22 of October 2019, Ismail Maghrebinejad, after he call up with the Branch 105 of Shiraz Criminal Court in this City, He was charged with “insulting Islamic sanctities in cyberspace” and “apostasy” and after increased from 10 million to 100 million tomans and he was temporarily released. 

Ismail Maghrebinejad, Residence of Shiraz, he was arrested on 25 Jan 2019 By the security forces in Shiraz and after home inspection and recording some of personal belongings such has his “Hand phone”, “Laptop”  and some other personal things. 

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.

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