The hunger strike of five Kurdish prisoners in Kermanshah Prison

Five Sunni Kurdish prisoners went on hunger strike in Kermanshah prison in eastern Kurdistan.

According to a report from the Kurdistan Human Rights Association, five Kurdish Sunni inmates have started their hunger strike on Thursday 31 August 2017, in Dizel Abad, Kermanshah, in eastern Kurdistan.

Ahmed Sadeqi, Youssef Moradi, Abdollah Veisy, Omid Khaki and Mohammad Bazani are the names of these five Sunni Kurdish who are on hunger strike due to their transmission to the infected ward and they went back to their own section on a hunger strike.

The report said that the men were arrested on charges of religious propaganda, while according to them, their activities were peaceful and subject to any controversy.

It should be noted that the pressure on Kurdish prisoners in the prisons of the Islamic Republic of Iran is increasing day by day and according to reports released by the Kurdistan Human Rights Human Rights, political prisoners and religious prisoners in the Rajaishahr prison of Karaj are in a difficult situation to the extent that the authorities of this prison have equipped all prisoners with cybersecurity cameras and surveillance systems.

Kurdistan Human Rights Association