Despite the end of the interrogation and ’s interrogator agreement with his temporary release on bail, Revolutionary Guards’s Sarullah Corp opposed the release of this trade activist. This detained (or jailed) teacher will spend the New Year’s Eve in Evin Prison.
On March 28th, 2018, the Justice Seeker Teachers (Moaleman Edalatkhah) and Mohammad Habibi’s Defense Committee telegram channels, announced that this teacher prisoner was transferred to the Evin Prison Hall 3. He was arrested on March 3rd, 2018 by the Revolutionary Guard’s Sarullah Corp. After 15 days of no news of him, the Evin Prosecutor’s Office charged him with propaganda against the regime and the community and collusion against national security. Mohammad Habibi has rejected the charges.
A member of the Teachers’ Right Club, who requested anonymity for security reasons, told the Human Rights Campaign in Iran, “On March 17th, 2018, at the end of interrogation, the Evin Prison’s prosecutor, has changed Mohammad Habibi’s detention to bond and in a telephone call to Mohammad Habib’s family asked them to get a bail of 300 million Toman as soon as possible so that he will be released before the end of the year and the before the New Year’s Eve. “
The source told campaign ” Since the release was not coordinated with Revolutionary Guard Intelligence division, after Mohammad Habibi’s family provided the requested bail, Sarullah has ordered the prosecutor to withdraw the issued bail.”
“The Evin Court has not yet accepted Mohammad Habibi’s lawyers and he has been denied access to a lawyer, but on March 18th, 2018, Mr. Habibi ‘s family where able to visit him for the first time. ” the source told the campaign. bound
“The Revolutionary Guard did not allow visitation, but when he was transferred to Evin for interrogation, the interrogator allowed him to see his family in the Evin’s corridor. His temperament was good, but his neck arthritis was recurring and he had to use necklace. He was not able to speak much, but as much he said, I am well and not to worry. ” Said the activist of the Teachers’ Association.
Mohammad Habibi, 39, and trade association’s board member, was arrested by security guards at his workplace, Andisheh Conservatory in Shahriar, in front of his student and transferred to section 2A of the Revolutionary Guard’s information office based in Evin Prison. He was arrested without a summons or even showing the arrest warrant using firearms and pepper spray.
Earlier, more than 2,000 trade and civil activists called for the release of Mohammad Habibi (Teachers’ Activist) by signing a petition in cyberspace.
Mohammad Habibi is a critic of educational policies and privatization, and considers the education system becoming a business unconstitutional.