Babak Ejlali

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Babak Ejlali
بابک اجلالی

Babak Ejlali is an Iranian blogger, political dissident, editor of and human rights activist. On Monday, August 1, 2011, Iranian security forces raided and searched Babak Ejlali’s house and summoned him to the Intelligence Agency. During this raid, Babak Ejlali’s computer and personal notes were seized.[1]

According to a report by Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), Iranian security forces carried an arrest warrant for Babak Ejlali. However, the attempt to arrest him failed because Babak Ejlali was not home at the time of the raid.[2]

Babak Ejlali is the editor of and a human rights activist. Because of his family ties and connections with the jailed Iranian blogger Hossein Ronaghi, Babak Ejlali has been interviewed by various media outlets for information about Hossein Ronaghi’s condition.[3]

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