Once upon a time, Mohammad Khordadian’s trip to the homeland

His job is to dance, and no one can be blamed for pursuing his job. Sanaz from Shiraz mentioned that he prays for Mohammad Khordadian. Yas from America wishes that one day Mr. Khordadian will achieve his dream and be able to exhibit his art in some cities in Homeland. Mohammad Khordadian, a dancer-turned-music trainer living in Los Angeles who was supposed to be released from prison in Homeland last week by posting a bond of 20 million tomans, is still in prison. He, who, according to his relatives, has American citizenship, had returned to Iran to visit his family when he was arrested at Mehrabad airport. Now, according to reports received from Capital, the preliminary interrogation of Mohammad Khordadian has started in the General Court of Ershad Judicial Complex.