The Persian-language daily `Yass-E No' quoted Mohammad Baste-Negar, a member of the group, as saying that he had received a notice to appear at the court at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday to be notified of the ruling.
Baste-Negar said that the notice stipulated that he would be arrested by refusing to appear at the court.
Some 60 political activists with alleged links to the nationalist-religious group and the Freedom Movement of Iran (FMI) were arrested in March 2001 on an array of charges including plotting to topple the Islamic establishment.
Almost all of those detained were later released on bail later and stood trials before the Revolutionary Court.
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