Ismail Maghrebi nejad, Christian convert from Shiraz, was charged
Iran Human Rights – In the past few days, a hearing on the charge of “Ismail Maghrebinejad”, a Christian convert living in Shiraz, has been held by the Shiraz Revolutionary Court, and a hearing on the case of this Christian convert will be held tomorrow, November 11, at Shiraz Revolutionary Court.
According to Human Rights Report in Iran from Article 18, on Tuesday, October 22, 2019, Ismail Maghrebinejad, a Christian convert in Shiraz, was summoned to the Shiraz Revolutionary Court on charges of “insulting the sacredness of Islam” and “apostasy.” He will be released on bail from 10 million to 100 million Toman on a provisional basis until the final judgment. The hearing on the case of this Christian convert will be held on Saturday, November Second, by the Shiraz Revolutionary Court.
Ismail Maghrebinejad, a Christian convert after being summoned to a Shiraz revolutionary court following a judge’s request to present his defense on four charges against the Christian convert who was “insulting Islamic sanctities” and “Apostasy” is an explanation that the Christian convert responded to the judge by stating that he did not insult Islamic sanctities and that the ayatollahs had a different interpretation of “apostasy”.
According to conversations between Ismail Maghrebinejad, the Christian convert and the judge of the Revolutionary Court in Shiraz, the bail imposed on the Christian convert has increased from 10 million tomans to 100 million tomans Due to his inability to secure this sum as a document due to court acceptance, “Ismail Maghrebinejad” was temporarily released after the prosecution nominated four of his relatives with four legal pledges as guarantors.
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.