NCRI - The Iranian regime's henchmen lashed two men in public in southeastern city of Borazjan. The victims who were identified by their initials 'A.M.' and 'Y.M.' each one received 70 lashes.

As sham elections approaches there has been a rise in number of cases of lashing and hanging prisoners in public in cities across Iran.

The Iranian regime's henchmen lashed publicly a 24-years-old man at midday on May 7, in a small town in northern province of Qazvin after being paraded in humiliating manner in a nearby city.

The man received 110 lashes in the main square of the town of Ziaran in the province. The town has around 7,000 inhabitants.

The victim who was only identified with his initials M.S. also was paraded in a nearby city of Abyek before being lashed in public.

Degrading punishments are systematically used in Iran by the State Security Forces in order to embarrass and humiliate the youth in their neighborhood.



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