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Iran: More executions and further suppressive measures

Iran: More executions and further suppressive measuresNCRI – An unnamed man was reported today to have been hanged in public in Qazvin Province, north western Iran.

The state-run media enumerated a variety of charges for the man and the regime’s appointed judge was quoted as describing him as a clear example of an element spreading corruption on earth who deserved to be executed.

The religious dictatorship has stepped up repression in recent months as it is becoming increasingly isolated internationally and internally.

Tehran’s security chief, Morteza Talai was quoted by the state media today as outlining new suppressive measures against women to be enforced from April 21.

The new measures are to be applied against women who do not observe mullahs’ code of dressing as hot summer season approaching. The security chief has warned women that they will face harsh punishment if they disobeyed new suppressive rules. 

According to clerical code of dressing, women in Iran are obliged to cover themselves from head to toe and this applies to women of any religion and belief in every season throughout the year.