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Maryam Malek has been Released After 5 Days in Detention

Friday 1 May 2009

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Feminist School :Maryam Malek was released on the third party guarantee on Wednesday ,April 29,2009 .

she had received a summons last week and when she attended the revolutionary court on Saturday she was arrested and transferred to Vozara detention centre and after one day she was transferred to general ward of Evin prison .

she was accused of acting against national security by propaganda against the state and being a member of campaign for one million signatures .

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