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Two hanged and five sentenced to death in Iran

Two hanged and five sentenced to death in IranNCRI – A young man was hanged on the charges of "terrorism" in the southeastern Iranian town of Bam, reported the semiofficial government run Fars new agency on Aug. 7. A 36-year-old prisoner, identified only as Mehdi Kh was hanged in public in the northern Iranian town of Babol according to the same source.

The mullahs’ inhumane judiciary handed down two death sentence; one for Hamzeh Savari,  an accused young man in the Ahwaz bombings and another for a 22-year-old man identified as Ramine in Azerbaijan, northwestern Iran, according to the  mullahs’ regime press.

Three young men identified only as Mohammad, Mehdi, and Hamid  were sentenced to death in Tehran, according to the same source.

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
August 10, 2006