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Iran: Two young men hanged in Rasht for ‘unlawful acts’

NCRI – The Iranian regime henchmen hanged two young men on Sunday in the northern city of Rasht the state-run broadcasting reported.

The prisoners who were 28 and 30 years old were hanged in the city’s prison for committing ‘Acts Against Sharia Law’ (unlawful act).

The report neither identified those executed nor did specify for what alleged crime they have been sentenced to death.

‘Acts Against Sharia Law’ can including a wide range ‘unlawful’ activities including  extramarital sexual relationship, consuming  alcoholic drinks, and any activity in opposition to the regime.

Also on Sunday The highest court in clerical regime ruling Iran approved the sentence of a young man to have his eyes gouged and his right ear and nose cutoff, state-run daily Shraq reported.

The man identified by his first name Jamshid was convicted last October of deliberately pouring acid on the face of a girl named Shirin which caused her to lose eyesight and right ear.