(Radio Zamaaneh) | March 6, 2010
Mohammad Maleki, former president of Tehran University, has been accused of “enmity with God” (Moharebeh) according to his lawyer, Mohammad Sharif. Reportedly, he is accused of “insulting Imam Khomeini and Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei as well as propaganda against the regime.”
Mohammad Maleki was released on bail Monday night after 191 days in prison. Prior to this, he was also arrested in 1982 and imprisoned for over five years. He was also detained at a meeting of National Islamic forces along with several other leaders of this political movement in 2001.
According to his lawyer, Mohammad Maleki’s file will be processed within six weeks.
Mohammad Sharif is also defense lawyer for three imprisoned journalists, Badrosadat Mofidi, Ahmad Zeidabadi and Masood Bastani.
Mr. Sharif reports that Badrosadat Mofidi has been transferred to the prisons general section and will possibly be released soon on bail.
As far as Ahamd Zeidabadi and Masood Bastani is concerned, Mohammad Sharif claims that he has not been able to obtain any news concerning their condition.
Reportedly plans for an “apology” ceremony involving the detained journalists and the Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei are in the works by Islamic Republic authorities.