Political Prisoner Denied Visit With Imprisoned wife

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Hassan Sadeghi icftoPolitical prisoner Hassan Sadeghi has been denied visiting his wife who is also a political prisoner.
The visit was cancelled because Hassan Sadeqhi, detained in Rajai Shahr Prison in Karaj did not accept to wear the prison uniform with cuffs on his hands and shackle on his feet for the visit.
Amin Vaziri, the judicial representative in Rajai Shahr Prison, in Karaj, cancelled the visit, which was the first after several months.
Vaziri knows that political prisoners will resist, so he has made it obligatory for prisoners to have hand and feet cuffs and wear a uniform.


Hassan Sadeghi’s wife Fatemeh Mosanna is detained in the Women’s Ward of Evin Prison. Fatemeh Mossanna was arrested in 1981 and detained for two years when she was only 13 years old. Three of her brothers were executed that year by the Iranian regime.

The couple’s last visit was due to take place in late August, but it never happened for the same reason. They have only met three times since the beginning of 2019.

Since 2015, Hassan Sadeghi and Fatemeh Mosanna have been serving 15-year prison sentences after being arrested in January 2013 for organizing a mourning for Hassan Sadeghi’s father Gholamhossein Sadeghi, who was executed by a member of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).

The Iranian regime’s agencies confiscated their house and their shop in March 2019.

Hassan Sadeghi served six years in prison in the 1980s from the ages of 15 to 21 for engaging in political activities related to the PMOI.

During the 1980s the Iranian regime executed tens of thousands of political prisoners mainly members of the PMOI held in jails across Iran.

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