Brother of Killed Protester Arrested After Interview with VOA News

February 18, 2011 at 11:06 pm Leave a comment

Report in English and Persian by RAHANA | Edited by Persian2English

Ghaneh Jaleh, the brother of Kurdish-Iranian student Saneh Jaleh who was shot and killed on February 14th, has been arrested.

In an interview with Voice of America, Ghaneh Jaleh had denied the claims of the state-run media and had stated that his brother was not a member of the Basij. He was arrested after the interview and has been put under pressure in order to deny his statements. He had stated that his family is also currently under pressure.

Saneh Jaleh was a Kurdish resident of Paveh who was shot during the February 14th protests. The state-run media had tried to present a false image of his identity. Ghaneh Jaleh had revealed the truth during the interview with Voice of America.

The interview that got Ghaneh Jaleh arrested:

قانع ژاله، برادر صانع ژاله بازداشت شد
پنجشنبه , ۲۸ بهمن , ۱۳۸۹ @ ۵:۰۰ ق.ظ

منابع خبری از بازداشت قانع ژاله، برادر صانع ژاله دانشجوی کردی که روز ۲۵ بهمن ماه در تهران به ضرب گلوله کشته شد، خبر داده‌اند.

قانع ژاله روز گذشته در مصاحبه تلویزوینی با صدای آمریکا مسائی را برخلاف مدعاهای رسانه‌ی حکومتی عنوان کرده و بسیجی بودن برادرش را عنوان جعلی خوانده بود که به توسط نهادهای امنیتی عنوان شده بود.

به گزارش رهانا، سامانه «خبری خانه حقوق بشر ایران» قانع ژاله شب گذشته پس از این مصاحبه بازداشت شده و برای تکذیب آن تحت فشار قرار گرفته است. وی گفته بود که نهادهای امنیتی خانواده‌اش را تحت فشار قرار داده‌اند تا سکوت کنند.

صانع ژاله، دانشجوی کرد اهل پاوه روز ۲۵ بهمن ماه در تظاهرات اعتراضی در تهران به ضرب گلوله کشته شده بود. رسانه‌های دولتی از همان ابتدا با جعل عنوان و لقب این دانشجو سعی در اعلام چهره‌ی غیر واقعی از وی داشتند. قانع ژاله در مصاحبه‌ی خود از این مساله پرده برداشته بود.



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