Saturday, February 6, 2016
Iranian Resistance condemns assault on ex-Tehran Uni. Chancellor,Dr. Mohammad Maleki
The Iranian Resistance described Dr. Maleki’s detention and harassment by the Iranian regime’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) on the verge of the elections as an indication of the Iranian regime’s fear of escalation of social protests.
At 10 am Friday, February 5, the 82-year-old Dr. Maleki was arrested by a group of MOIS agents at Parkway Intersection in Tehran.
The agents treated him cruelly as they pushed him into a Peugeot. As a result Dr. Maleki suffered an injury to the head and severe soreness of the body. Several hours later, the suppressive forces abandoned him in a deserted area near Behesht-e Zahra in southern Tehran.
Dr. Mohammad Maleki the first head of the University of Tehran after the revolution and has almost always been under persecution and harassment for his critical articles. Last time, after the 2009 presidential elections he was arrested for 191 days while he was suffering from many diseases.
his first arrested was in 1981