Stop Fundamentalism – According to reports from Iran’s Human Right Activists, Mr. Ali Moezi, 59, was transferred to a solitary confinement at Iran’s Evin prison for refusing three times to attend a court hearing. He says the court is illigitimate, illegal, and unfair.
The Iranian Revolutionary Courts , founded after the 1979 Revolution that toppled Shahs regime by the newly establish Islamic Republic, are known to be quick in reaching crule verdicts and punishments for those the government considers to be a threat to its security. Iranian opposition describes these courts as Kangroo Courts that can reach a decision in as little as 15 mintues.
Mr. Moezi’s charge is “Moharebeh” (War agasint God). He has allegedly attended funeral ceremoneies held for executed opposition activists and also supporting the Iranian oppsotion movement known as the Mujahedin-e Khalq or MeK.
MeK is the main Iranian opposition movement in exile. it was recently removed from the U.S. Department of States foreign terrorist organizations’ list by directions from Secretary Hillary Clinton.
Prison officials are threatening Moezi that he will be transferred to remote prisons in the country as a result of his refusal to attend the court hearing.
Moezi’s family has been notified that his visiting rights have been suspended and he will be incomunicado for the next three weeks.
Mr. Ali Moezi, is a surviving political prisoner of 1960s following massexecutens carriedout by the Iranian regime at that time. He was arrested in June 2011 when his house was raided by Iranina intelligance officials.