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News: Iran human rights

More public hanging reported in Iran

More public hanging reported in IranNCRI - Clerical regime's news agency IRNA reported today that a man was hanged in public this morning for alleged murder back in 2005 in a village in Isfahan province, central Iran. The man identified as Ali Salahshour, was 33 years of age.

Other state media reported today that a man identified as Hossein S., 24, was hanged on Saturday in Qazvin, north western Iran, for alleged assault on women.

The number of executions in Iran has been on the rise in recent weeks raising concern among international human rights organizations. They have particularly expressed concern over the plight of political prisoners following the secret hanging of Hojjat Zamani, a member of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran, in February.

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International human rights bodies condemn executions in Iran

International human rights bodies condemn executions in IranNCRI - Five Arab human rights organizations expressed their deep concern over the current wave of executions in Iran which includes those detained during the unrest in Ahwaz, provincial capital of Khuzistan, southern Iran.

Arab Commission for Human Rights, International Committee for Abolition of Death Penalty, Alkarameh Association in Defense of Human Rights, World Justice Organization, and Association Against Violence in Exile, highlighted in their statement that detainees were captured before the recent bombing in Ahwaz which was condemned by the above organizations at the time. Those executed were accused of being separatist elements possessing weapons.

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Courageous Resistance: Iranian political prisoners

Hojjat ZamaniNCRI - The following is an article contributed by RAMESH SEPEHRRAD in the memory of Hojjat Zamani, a member of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran, who was secretly hanged by the Iranian Regime on February 7. He was considered to be the first victim of clerical regime's referral to the UN Security Council for its nuclear weapons program. The mullahs have warned that if its nuclear file were to be referred to the Security Council all political prisoners will be executed, an act of brutal revenge as the PMOI exposed the regime's secret nuclear program for the first time back in 2002:

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Iran: Two men hanged in public in southern Iran

Iran: Two men hanged in public in southern IranNCRI - The state-run media announced today that two men were hanged in public in Ahwaz, provincial capital of oil rich Khuzistan.

The two were alleged to have been involved in a bombing in Ahwaz back in October. Khuzistan province was the scene of widespread unrests last summer which lasted several weeks and the regime had to call in reinforcements to impose a curfew to bring the situation under control. 62 people were reported to have been killed in the riots and dozens wounded. Many of those detained in summer have not been yet released and some have already been hanged in public for their involvement in the unrest.

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Iran: Five men sentenced to death in Tehran

Iran: Five men sentenced to death in TehranNCRI - The clerical regime's judiciary sentenced five men to death in Tehran.

According to state-run daily Javan and Fars news agency, the five men were identified by their first names as Kheirollah, Gholam, Ebrahim, Mohammad Reza and Vali.

Human rights situation in Iran has deteriorated since Ahmadinejad's appointment as mullahs' president last summer. The number of executions has reach 200 during his presidency.

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Execution of two men in southern Iran

Execution of two men in southern Iran NCRI - Two men are to be executed in the oil city of Ahwaz, provincial capital of Khuzistan, southern Iran, at dawn on Thursday, charged with involvement in recent unrests. 

Khuzistan province's deputy governor Mohsen Farokh-Nejad, alleged that the two men, identified as Ali Affrawi and Mehdi Navasseri, were responsible for a bombing in Ahwaz back in October intending to deepen ethnic tensions.


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