Haniyeh Sane Farshi serving her prison term in the women’s ward in Evin prison is in poor health. She is suffering from kidney problem and has bloody urine.
Haniyeh was tried, convicted and sentenced to seven years in prison in Branch 28 of the Revolutionary court, presided by Judge Moghayeseh on charges of blasphemy, insulting the Supreme Leader, propaganda against the regime and anti-national security acts.
Haniyeh was transferred to a hospital outside of prison for treatment sometime ago but after returning to prison her condition persisted and she now is in poor health.
Despite the fact that the Prosecution office has approved medical furlough for Haniyeh but court has not set bail as of yet, thus preventing her release on furlough.
During her interrogation sessions, Haniyeh was put under heavy physical and psychological pressure. She was incarcerated in solitary confinement for months.
Here is an interview conducted with Haniyeh’s mother July of 2011 giving more information on Haniyeh’s case: