Iran: Arab activist tortured by Intelligence agents
On Sunday, September 3, an Arab activist who was tortured for a week at the Intelligence Detention Center, was taken to his house and after the confiscation of his books and cellphone, he was taken to another location.
According to human rights sources, Abdullah Chaldawi was blindfolded also the signs of torture could be seen on his face, brought to the house by intelligence officers.
Abdullah Chaldawi, born in 1980, is married and has four children. He lives in Koye Alawi (Hai al-Thawra) and is an independent cultural activist who was arrested in August after dozens of Arab activists were summoned to the Intelligence Agency in Amaniah.