Summoned a 75-year-old citizen to the headquarters of the Sanandaj Intelligence Bureau
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Summoned a 75-year-old citizen to the headquarters of the Sanandaj Intelligence BureauKurdpa Agency: A member of the Kurdistan Qur'an School Council was summoned to the headquarters of the Sanandaj Intelligence Bureau.

According to a report sent to the Kurdistan Press Agency, on Wednesday, August 7th, Ezzat Halaq, a member of the Kurdistan Qur'an School Council, was summoned to the headquarters of the Sanandaj Intelligence Bureau.

This 75-year-old citizen has been interrogated by intelligence forces for an hour.

The focus of interrogation on this member of Qur'an School Council has been on his activities and relationship with the Council.

Ezzat Halaq has a record of several arrests and imprisonment in the early 1980s.
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