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Release of Ahwazi woman after 12 years of imprisonment

According to reliable source within Al-Ahwaz, The Persian authorities released an Ahwazi captive woman Mrs Fahima Badawi on Monday, 4th of December 2017.

Sources close to the family of the captive Fahima Badawi stated that the Persian intelligence department released the captive on expensive financial bail, and emphasized that the family of the prisoner not to hold a national ceremony on the occasion of her release.

Fahimeh Badawi (Esmaeili) elementary teacher, while she was pregnant at 8 months, was arrested along with her husband, Ali Motairinejad, on November 28, 2005, for the charges of acting against Iran’s security and “Moharebeh” through membership in the Arabic Struggle Movement for Liberation of Al-Ahwaz that its leader Mr. Ahmad Mola was assassinated on 8th of November 2017 in Holland city of Den Haag.

The Iranian Revolutionary Court issued the death sentence against the martyr leader Ali Motairinejad and his companions; the martyr Malik Bani Tamim and the martyr Abdullah Sulaimani (al-Kaabi) after their arrest in a few months on December 19, 2006, on charges of “Moharebeh” (fighting God).

Mrs Fahimeh was sentenced to 15 years in prison and exile to the Persian city of Yasuj. A month after Fahimeh arrest, her daughter, Salma, was born at the Ahwaz Intelligence detention centre.

Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights


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