Iran temporarily frees Jewish prisoner for her crime of visiting Israel

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Iran’s clerical regime on Monday temporarily released an Iranian Jewish woman who was arrested for her alleged visit to Israel. “Farahnaz Kohan, an Iranian Jewish woman was released from Evin prison. The 50-year-old woman was detained for undisclosed period, due to alleged travel to Israel—a crime in the Islamic Republic of Iran,” the Alliance for Rights of All Minorities first reported in English. Marjan Keypour Greenblatt, the founder of ARAM, told The Jerusalem Post: “Once again the Iranian regime is reminding the international community of its arbitrary and illogical ‘justice’ system that exercises cruelty and injustice on a daily basis. There’s a deluge of daily arrests, executions and accounts of torture that we can’t afford to ignore.”