Friday, September 20, 2019 06:16

Paris-based Iranian journalist charged in Iran, released

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Sarajeddin Mirdamadi

Iranian journalist Serajeddin Mirdamadi reported on his Facebook page on November 19 that the Iranian judiciary has charged him with "activities against the regime”.

Mirdamadi writes that he denied the charges and was released on his father's surety.

Mirdamadi is a Paris-based Iranian journalist who travelled to Iran after President Hassan Rohani took power in August of this year.

Mordamadi also collaborated with Radio Zamaneh, producing radio interviews from Paris.

He was reportedly told by the investigator that the intelligence ministry opened a file on him two years ago, and more recently the Revolutionary Guards prepared their own report after the election, and the two have been combined by the Evin Court.