UPDATE: (3 November 2008) Tayeb Ebrahimzadeh was released from prison in July 2008, after completing his sentence.
Tayeb Ebrahimzadeh is an activist associated with the Azerbaijan National Movement, which aims to promote respect for the cultural and linguistic rights of the Azerbaijani ethnic minority. Security forces temporarily detained Ebrahimzadeh on September 23, 2006, during a peaceful protest demanding the right to teach Azeri language in primary schools.
A court sentenced him to six months imprisonment for his peaceful protest. Authorities arrested him in late November 2007. He is currently being held in Maku prison.