Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights (ACFH) received news about release of captive Faleh Abdullah Al-Mansouri and reached Dutch land on 20th August
2014 after he spent eight years of captivity in Iran’s prisons.
Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights congratulates the freedom of captive Faleh Abdullah Al-Mansouri and demands release of all Ahwazi prisoners. In the same context, Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights thanks all human rights institutions, including Amnesty International, Human Rights watch, and human rights organizations located on Dutch, which followed the captive Faleh’s file.
Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights stresses the continuity in painstaking to expose Iranian Human Rights violations against Ahwazi Arab to international institutions until the arrival of the Ahwazi Arab people to the right to self-determination.
Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights
Faleh Mansouri: Father’s Name; Abdullah, prominent member of the Ahwazi Liberation Organization (ALO) and Dutch national.
In May 2006, he was arrested and detained in Syria by Syrian security agencies.
Consequently he was handed over to Iranian intelligence service.
Following his arrest, the Judge, Ahmadi, sentenced him to 30 years in jail of Semnan province by the first Branch of Revolutionary Court headed.
His prison sentence was based on charges of establishment organization hostile to Islamic Republic of Iran and acting against national security of country.
Faleh Mansouri was a leading human rights advocate abroad; he had received the Medal of Honour from the Queen of the Netherlands for his extensive human rights activism.