:First Name and Last Name

Hujjat al-Islam Mohammad Ghasem Einolkamali (A.K.A. Mohammad Qasem Einolkamali)

No detail is available about the year and location of his birth as well as his educational background.Titles and Positions Held:
His current posts:

Educational deputy at Justice Department of Semnan Province[1];

Supreme Leader’s representative in IRGC (in Aliabad Katoul)

Cultural Advisor to the head of Justice Department of Semnan Province[2];

Secretary in charge of the Committee for Legal Support of Lawful Investments in Semnan Province[3];

The Judge of Semnan’s Revolution Court.

Witness Accounts of Alleged Violations and Crimes:
As the Judge of the Revolutionary court in Semnan, Eynolkamali is responsible for several violations of Bahá’í rights by sentencing members of the Bahá’í community in Semnan to long prison terms, without due process and solely due to practicing their faith. These include:

  • 6 years and 6 months of prison for Pouya Tebyanian
  • 6 years of prison for Adel Fanaeian
  • 4 years and 4 months of prison for Anisa Fanaeian
  • 5 years and 10 months of prison for Taraneh Torabi  (mother of a 20-day old baby)
  • 7 years of prison for Zohreh Nikaein (mother of 6-month old baby)
  • 1 year of prison for Sepehr Sobhani
  • 1 year of prison for Khadijeh Nabavi

(These sentences have not met any of the standard steps of a judgment, including the announcement of the time of judgment or sentence)
Supporting documents:

  • Article dated 9 Khordad 1391 (29 May 2012) regarding the six and half year sentence of Pouya Tabyanian:

  • Article dated 22 Khordad 1391 (11 June 2012) regarding the trial and sentencing of Adel Fanaiyan:

  • Article dated 31 Ordibehesht 1391 (20 May 2012) regarding the sentencing of Anisa Fanaiyan:

  • Report dated 30 Mordad 1391 (20 August 2012) regarding the details pertaining to charges and sentences issued in cases of Taraneh Torabi and Zohreh Nikaien:
  • Report dated 6 Bahman 1390 (26 January 2011) regarding the prison sentence of Sepehr Sobhani and medical leave of Behfar Khanjani:

  • Article describing Judge Eynolkamali’s new methods in oppressing Bahá’ís in Semnan: