Narges Mohammadi’s account of being sent to the hospital; I went and came back with a coat and skirt

18 November 1402

The Instagram page of Narges Mohammadi wrote in a message quoting her: “I went from prison to the hospital and back without a scarf and in a coat and skirt and among dozens of security forces.”

The Prisons Organization has also announced that Narges Mohammadi was sent to the hospital “following the regulations and protocols”.

In response to the announcement of the Prisons Organization, Narges Mohammadi’s Instagram message emphasized that “If the Islamic Republic considers not wearing a headscarf as compliance with regulations and protocols, it should be the same for all Iranian women.”

Narges Mohammadi, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize and a political prisoner, has been on strike since November 15 in protest against the “Islamic Republic’s policy of delaying and not treating the condition of sick prisoners” and protesting against the “policy or death or compulsory hijab for Iranian women”. had eaten

In his new message, he announced that he ended his hunger strike after returning from the hospital.

Mohammadi had previously announced that he was not willing to wear a hijab in order to be sent to the hospital, and accordingly, on previous occasions, the judicial authorities in the prison prevented him from being sent to the hospital.

After Narges Mohammadi’s hunger strike to protest the lack of access to medical aid for prisoners, the Nobel Committee, the Olaf Palme Foundation and the American Pen Association expressed concern about her health.

Following international concerns about the health of political prisoner and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Narges Mohammadi, the wife of this human rights activist told the Voice of America on Wednesday, November 17 that she was sent to the hospital “without the mandatory hijab”.

Narges Mohammadi was born in 1351 in Zanjan, has been arrested and imprisoned many times in the last two decades.

In the latest court case, he was sentenced to 10 years in prison on charges of “anti-government propaganda” and is currently in Evin prison in Tehran.

Idea TV news base.,

Cyrus Kongarlu,

According to V.O.A

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