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HUMAN RIGHTS: Nationalist-Religious Activist’s Daughter Complains to UN Human Rights Commission about Her Father’s Travel Ban
July 27, 2004 - In a letter to the UN Human Rights Commission, daughter of nationalist-religious coalition member Mohammad Maleki complained that the Islamic government’s travel ban against her father deprives him of a UN recognized human right. Canada-based Moggee Maleki said her father was prevented by authorities from leaving Iran in order to see her. Maleki’s wife Qodsi Mir-Moez tells Radio Farda’s broadcaster Fereydoun Zarnegar that Maleki was stopped at the Tehran Mehrabad airport by the passport agent. The authorities had told Maleki that he was free to leave the country and had issued a new passport to him, she adds.