Mohammad Ali Dadkhah. He is a co-founder of the Defenders of Human Rights Center (DHRC), which has been repressed by the Iranian government. In the aftermath of Iran’s disputed June 2009 elections, Dadkhah represented several jailed political and human rights activists. In July 2011, he was sentenced by the Iranian judiciary to nine years in prison
Name: Mohammad Ali Dadkhah Occupation: Human Rights Lawyer Date of Imprisonment: September 2012 Charge: Spreading Propaganda Against the System Through Interviews with Foreign Media and Membership in the Defenders of Human Rights Center Sentence: Nine Years, 10 Year Ban on Teaching and Practicing Law U.S. Virtual Embassy Iran. Social
“Mohammad Ali Dadkhah and other human rights defenders should be encouraged and supported in their lawful and important work instead of being persecuted for their activism,” said Harrison.
Lawyer Mohammad Ali Dadkhah Suffers Memory Loss in Prison, Is Under Pressure to Confess on TV Prominent Iranian lawyer Mohammad Ali Dadkhah represented many political activists, such as Ebrahim Yazdi and Hossein Ronaghi Maleki, as well as Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani.
Dec 17, 2018 · MOHAMMAD ALI DADKHAH. Legal challenge in SC on validity of Article 35-A, complete shutdown in Kashmir. The Joint Resistance Leadership has called for a two-day strike – today and tomorrow – as Supreme Court is scheduled to hear a PIL challenging the validity of …
Mohammad Ali Dadkhah. 69 likes. Mohammad Ali Dadkhah is a prominent Iranian human rights lawyer. He is a co-founder of the Defenders of Human Rights
Mohammad Ali Dadkhah is the fourth DHRC member to be imprisoned after Ms. Nasrin Soutoudeh and Messrs. Mohammad Seifzadeh and Abdolfattah Soltani were arrested in September 2010, April 2011 and September 2011 and have to serve prison terms of two years, six years and 13 years, respectively, while Ms. Nargess Mohammadi was released on bail on
In particular, we are concerned about the 29 September arrest of Mohammad Ali Dadkhah, a prominent human rights lawyer and co-founder (with Shirin Ebadi) of the Centre for Human Rights Defenders.