A report on the latest situation of #Isfahan #BlackFriday #BloodyFriday detainees #HRANA

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https://www.hra-news.org/2021/hranews/a-32745/

HRANA News Agency – The suppression of protest rallies by Isfahani farmers and citizens supporting their demands led to the arrest of at least 214 citizens.  Despite the fact that 10 days have passed since the arrest of the protesters in Isfahan, an unknown number are still in detention.  The status of women and children detained during the protests is also unknown.

According to the HRANA news agency, the news organ of the Iranian Association of Human Rights Activists, today, Monday, December 6, 1400, despite the fact that 10 days have passed since the arrest of the protesters in Isfahan, an unknown number are still in detention.

The suppression of protest rallies by Isfahani farmers and citizens supporting their demands led to the arrest of at least 214 citizens.  In addition, some participants in protest rallies in Khorasgan village and Isfahan city, such as Hormoz Baseri, were later summoned and detained by security forces in a village east of Isfahan, and a number were released after their cell phones were confiscated.  The situation of women and children detained during the protests is also unknown.

A number of people are said to have formally pledged not to leave home last Friday.

Meanwhile, Assadollah Jafari, the Chief Justice of Isfahan Province, announced yesterday the issuance of a temporary release order for several detainees of the recent protests in Isfahan.  “Cases have been set up for the detainees, and as we promised the people, we have set up special branches to handle these cases in the provincial capital’s courthouse,” he added.

Protest rallies by Isfahani farmers and citizens supporting their demands began on Sunday, November 7, and escalated into violence on Friday, December 26, with a large presence of police and security forces to end the rally.  HRANA previously reported in a comprehensive report that police and security forces had arrived, beating and shooting protesters, detaining at least 214 people, including 13 children, and injuring a number of citizens by police and security forces firing.  In addition, Hrana recently addressed this issue in a report entitled “Thousands of citizens in Isfahan protest against the lack of water supply management and the non-allocation of water fees.”