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Tuesday 25 December 2012
HRANA News Agency – Mona Majidi, Baha’i citizen from Sangsar was arrested with her infant to serve her six months imprisonment in Semnan Prison.
According to a report by Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), intelligence officers arrested Mona Majidi (Ghorbani) with her nine months old infant from her home and transferred them to Semnan Prison to serve her six months imprisonment on Tuesday, December 18, 2012.
She was sentenced to 40 Million Rls fine or six month in prison, but with her arrest, the second option of her verdict was implemented.
Mona Majidi is the third Baha’i mother with her infant in Semnan prison. Taraneh Torabi and Zohreh Nik A’in are two other Baha’i mothers with their infants in Semnan prison.