An Iranian regime fugitive freezes during a snowstorm at the Turkish border

Zahraa Al-Mughinimi, of Ahwazi Arab origin, was killed while trying to cross the Turkish-Iranian border to reach her husband and got stuck in the snow on January 14. She and her brother-in-law, Nader Al-Braihi, died instantly after Turkish border guards brought them back and were hit by a snowstorm.

A source close to the family revealed that Iranian authorities prevented Al-Mughinimi, who was 32, from leaving the country more than two weeks ago at Tehran airport and confiscated her passport and was informed of the decision to prevent them from leaving the country. and referred her to the Ahvas Revolutionary Court, after it was found that she is accused of being associated with the activities of her husband, Jader Al-Braihi, an opponent of the Iranian regime, and her brother, Hakim Al-Mughinimi, who resides in the Netherlands, according to Al-Arabiya.

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After Zahraa received death threats from Iranian intelligence and blackmailed her into paying large sums of money through intermediaries, she, along with her brother-in-law, Nader al-Braihi, was forced to leave the country by crossing the border illegally.

Her husband, Al-Braihi, said his wife and brother managed to cross the border and enter in Turkish territory, but were soon arrested by Turkish border guards for walking back to the Iranian border in the midst of a snowstorm, and died of the freezing cold.