30 more religious minority members imprisoned in Iran

The clerical regime in Iran has sentenced 30 more Dervishes of the Nematollahi order to prison and flogging sentences on spurious pretexts.

The unjust sentences were handed down by the regime’s court in the city of Esfahan. The 30 Dervishes have been sentenced to at least a year in prison, flogging, and a ban on attending their religious ceremonies.

The victims have been accused of disrupting public order, disobeying regime agents, and destruction of government property.

Two years ago, the Iranian regime attacked a ceremony of Dervishes in Esfahan’s Chermahin and demolished it.

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