List of 32 Iranian officials banned by EU for human rights violations

London, Apr. 14 – The European Union on Thursday imposed travel bans and other sanctions against 32 Iranian police commanders, judges and prison wardens for human rights abuses. The following is a full list of the banned Iranian officials:


1. AHMADI-MOQADDAM Esmail – POB: Tehran (Iran) – DOB: 1961 Chief of Iran’s National Police. Forces under his command led brutal attacks on peaceful protests, and a violent night time attack on the dormitories of Tehran University on June 15, 2009.

2. ALLAHKARAM Hossein – Ansar-e Hezbollah Chief and Colonel in the IRGC. He co-founded Ansar-e Hezbollah. This paramilitary force was responsible for extreme violence during crackdown against students and universities in 1999, 2002 and 2009.

3. ARAGHI (ERAGHI) Abdollah – Deputy Head of IRGC’s Ground Forces. He had a direct and personal responsibility in the crackdown of protests all through the Summer of 2009.
4. FAZLI Ali – Deputy Commander of the Basij, former Head of the IRGC’s Seyyed al-Shohada Corps, Tehran Province (until February 2010). The Seyyed al- Shohada Corps is in charge of security in Tehran province and played a key role in brutal repression of protesters in 2009.


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