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Iran: Inhuman punishments in public

Iran: Inhuman punishments publicNCRI – the inhuman and degrading punishments in public continue as growing number of prisoners are hanged before the eyes of public in Iran everyday.

Saeed Ghanbari, a 25-year-old man is seen flogged in public in the city of Qazvin, west of Tehran, for alleged immoral crimes. He was sentenced by the clerical court to 80 lashes.

NCRI – the inhuman and degrading punishments in public continue as growing number of prisoners are hanged before the eyes of public in Iran everyday.

Saeed Ghanbari, a 25-year-old man is seen flogged in public in the city of Qazvin, west of Tehran, for alleged immoral crimes. He was sentenced by the clerical court to 80 lashes.

In recent wave of executions across Iran, political prisoners and opponents of the regime are hanged along with ordinary prisoners.

The suppressive anti-riot forces were called in to prevent any outbreak of protest as public discontent is rising. Inhuman punishments are carried out in public to create a reign of repression and fear among ordinary people on streets but this is loosing its impact. In recent public hangings in Tehran and other places people abused leaders of the clerical regime for their criminal rule and ridiculing their suppressive forces.