The Intelligence Agents Attacked Nasrin Sotoudeh’s Home

The Intelligence Agents Attacked Nasrin Sotoudeh’s Home

Published by on August 20, 2018

The house of prominent lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh was stormed by the Ministry of Intelligence on Saturday 18 August, 2018, according to Reza Khandan, Nasrin Sotoudeh’s husband.

Reza Khandan announced that on his Face book page and gave the details of the attack on their home, on Saturday, 18 August. On his online audio interview, he says: “In the morning, when the children were asleep, intelligence forces entered the house. They inspected the entire house and the storage. The agents were looking for a badge that says, ‘I oppose the compulsory veil’.

The Intelligence agents also attacked the house of Mr. Khandan’s sister and inspected the entire house, while the family do no know anything and are not political or Human Rights activists.


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