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Nov 13, 2022
Prominent anti-regime figure Hossein Ronaghi, who was arrested last month, moved to a medical facility within Evin prison Screen capture from video of the arrest of prominent Iranian dissident Hossein Ronaghi, September 2022. (Twitter. Used in accordance with Clause 27a of the Copyright Law) PARIS, France — The health condition has “worsened” of a prominent Iranian dissident who was arrested in September as protests swept the country and who is now on hunger strike, his brother said on Sunday. Hossein Ronaghi, an outspoken freedom of speech campaigner, has been transferred to a medical facility within Tehran’s Evin prison, his brother Hassan wrote on Twitter. Ronaghi has been held at Evin since his arrest on September 24. His family says he risks dying due to a kidney condition and that both his legs have been broken in prison. He has been on a hunger strike and was set to begin refusing water Saturday to protest authorities’ denying him medical leave, his brother had said previously. “Hossein’s condition worsened and he was transferred to Evin prison clinic,” Hassan Ronaghi wrote on Twitter on Sunday. Get The Times of Israel's Daily Editionby email and never miss our top stories Newsletter email address By signing up, you agree to the terms He accused prosecutors of blocking his release “under false pretenses” and of instead seeking “to kill Hossein.” As leading dissident @HosseinRonaghi is fighting for his life in jail, an #Iran regime MP who supports severe punishment of protesters–death sentences–is in NYC right now & given a UN platform to lie and deflect. Iran's regime needs to be diplomatically isolated. #MahsaAmini pic.twitter.com/XFkleVmEJw Advertisement Renowned Iranian filmmakers Jafar Panahi and Mohammad Rasoulof, who are jailed with Ronaghi in Evin, had already expressed concern for his life, warning he could suffer a heart attack at any moment. “According to the prison doctors, the risk of cardiac arrest is now very high,” they said in a letter published by the Iran Wire news site. “There is a possibility at any moment of the heartbreaking repeat” of the death in custody of a political prisoner, they added. Ronaghi is one of dozens of prominent rights activists, journalists and lawyers who have been arrested in the crackdown on protests that erupted after the death of Mahsa Amini, who had been arrested by the morality police. A contributor to The Wall Street Journal, Ronaghi, 37, has for years been one of the most fearless critics of the Islamic republic still living in the country. Security forces made a first attempt to arrest him on September 22 while he was giving a live television interview to London-based Iran International television, but he managed to slip out of his apartment, he said at the time. Advertisement Shocking images later emerged of the arrest, with Ronaghi put into a chokehold and hauled away when he presented himself at a prosecutors’ office. Israeli politics told straight I joined The Times of Israel after many years covering US and Israeli politics for Israeli news outlets. I believe responsible coverage of Israeli politicians means presenting a 360 degree view of their words and deeds – not only conveying what occurs, but also what that means in the broader context of Israeli society and the region. That’s hard to do because you can rarely take politicians at face value – you must go the extra mile to present full context and try to overcome your own biases. I’m proud of our work that tells the story of Israeli politics straight and comprehensively. I believe Israel is stronger and more democratic when professional journalists do that tough job well. Your support for our work by joining The Times of Israel Community helps ensure we can continue to do so. Thank you,
eVin Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was eVin founded?
eVin was founded in 1994.
Where is eVin's headquarters?
eVin's headquarters is located at 900 Bestgate Road, Annapolis.
What is eVin's latest funding round?
eVin's latest funding round is Acquired.
How much did eVin raise?
eVin raised a total of $13.1M.
Who are the investors of eVin?
Investors of eVin include JK&B Capital, Ameritech and Walnut Growth.
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