Ahwazi Human rights activists sources in Ahwaz cited that Mohammad Hammadi, an Ahwazi Arab prisoner, died under suspicious circumstances. According to human rights activists, Hammadi, 35, after spending seven years of his ten-year sentence, died in suspicious circumstances in the Molasani clinic on Friday 27-11-2015.
Source said Mohammed Hammadi was arrested by the Ministry of Intelligence in 2008 and charged with acting against national security and was condemned to ten years prison by the Revolutionary Court in Ahwaz.
Hammadi relatives said that the body of the prisoner now is held in the Molasani hospital in Ahwaz and their anguished families are about to receive the body of their son.
One of the medical staff of Shiban clinic in response to the families of the prisoners said that Mohammad had died before reaching the clinic. After transferring the body of Mohammed Hamadi to Hospital, one of his relatives after observing the dead body, claimed that he found choking bruises on his neck.
Prison terms of Mohammad Hammadi were mostly served in infamous Sepidar prison, but few months ago he was transferred to another prison between Weiss and Molasani divisions, 25 km away of Ahwaz city, known as Shiban prison (vocational training centres in Ahwaz).
One of Mohammad’s relative said that he had enjoyed good health and did not suffer from any physical illness but on Friday morning the family of Mohammad received phone contact from prison authorities informing them the situation of their son is deteriorating and to visit Mohammad they can come to Molasani clinic.
The family of Mohammad Hammadi visited the clinic Mollasani, which is affiliated to the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, where surprisingly they were told that their son had died due to stroke.
Murdering and execution are the Iran”s last resort to liquidating Ahwazi Prisoners. The death of the political activist of Ahwaz “Mohammed Odeh Hammadi” coincides with the days of the death of the great poet of Ahwaz, Star Sayahi (Abu Srour) who was killed in jail.
Iranian security authorities resorted to using such methods to get rid of a lot of Ahwazi political activists, in particular of whom Ghiaban Abidawi and Mohammed Cheldawi and others, some of whom under torture and some of them under mysterious and suspicious circumstances.
Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights