Although one month have passed since the arrest of three Kurdish civilians including “Saber Kamani”, “Kamran Kamani” and Keyvan Mokaremi” residing at “Anbeh village” of Taregor Region of Orumiyeh, there is still no information available on their fate.
“On July 8, 2019, several armed plainclothes along with several vehicles carrying officers affiliated with of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) came to the village and arrested three farmers known as Saber, Kamran, and Keyvan.”, a reliable source in the village of Anbeh told Kurdistan Human Rights Network (KHRN).
There is still no news about the fate of these three detainees, who were arrested 35 days ago, despite the repeated enquiries of their family about their whereabouts from the Judiciary and the IRGC.
Saber Kamani and Keyvan Makrami were previously arrested and imprisoned in 2016 and 2017 for collaboration with the Free Life Party of Kurdistan (PJAK).
According to statistics compiled by KHRN, more than twenty Kurdish civilians from villages around Maku, Chaldaran and Orumiyeh have been arrested by the IRGC over the past