The two Sufi women were wounded during the bloody crackdown on the protest gathering of Gonabadi dervishes in Tehran on February 19-20, 2018.

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Sufi women minMs. Yadollahi was hit with a heavy object on the head suffering impairment of her senses of smell, sight and hearing. She has been suffering the pain and side effects caused by such injury for five months while in detention.

Ms. Moradi has been suffering from severe toothache during her five months in jail, but officials in charge of the prison’s dispensary delayed her medical treatment and dispatch to a medical center outside the prison.

Eleven of the Sufi women arrested in the protest gathering of Gonabadi dervishes in Tehran were transferred to the quarantine ward of Qarchak Prison after being brutalized.

These two Sufi women, Shokoufeh Yadollahi and Sepideh Moradi, refused to appear in court on 14 and 16 July to protest their being deprived of having access to a lawyer during their due process of law.

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