Mohammad Mamand-zadeh’s life is threatened by deportation


Mohammad Mamand-zadeh, a journalist and a civil and environmental activist from Sardasht, was forced to leave Kurdistan and Iran after successive summonses from Iran’s security and intelligence institutions.

He is currently detained in Turkey and faces the risk of deportation to Iran.

This journalist and civil activist was forced to leave Kurdistan and Iran due to the continuous threats and summons he received from the security and intelligence institutions of Iran, and after entering Turkey, he was detained by the security and intelligence forces of this country and there is a possibility of his deportation to Iran.

It should be noted that the deportation of this journalist and civil activist will be associated with the risk of his life.

Mohammad Mamand-zadeh has collaborated with the monthly “Peace Line” and in addition to his journalistic career and civil activity in the environmental field, he is also one of the founding members of the Sardasht “Bjvein” Environmental Association.