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Four prisoners executed in Iran

Iran has the world highest number of executions per capita
Iran has the world highest number of executions per capita

Reported by PMOI/MEK


Iran, June 14, 2019 - Three inmates in Gohardasht Prison of Karaj (Rajai Shahr Prison), west of Tehran, were sent to the gallows on Wednesday. Authorities also executed an inmate by the name of Hashem Amiri in Gorgan Prison, northeast Iran, on Sunday. Amiri was married and a father to three children.

In Bilesavar, northwest Iran, the mullahs’ regime also executed an inmate on charges of killing two state police officers.

“This individual recently attacked and gunned down two police officers,” said Nasser Atabai, head of the regime’s judiciary in Ardabil Province.

It is worth noting that on Monday, political prisoner Alireza Shir-Mohammad Ali, 21, was horrifically stabbed to death and murdered in the Greater Tehran Central Prison, by inmates known to be operatives associated to regime authorities in the jail. The attackers are both considered dangerous prisoners even by the regime’s own standards.

Alireza Shir-Mohammad Ali, from Tehran’s Naziabad district, was arrested in July of last year and sentenced to serve eight years behind bars. Authorities sentenced him on ridiculous charges, including insulting Iranian regime founder Ruhollah Khomeini and current Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, and propaganda against the state.

The Iranian Resistance called the United Nations Security Council and the Member States, the European Union, the United Nations Human Rights Council and High Commissioner for Human Rights, relevant rapporteurs and international human rights organizations to condemn the mullahs’ crimes against political prisoners.

Iranian opposition President Maryam Rajavi called for an international delegation to visit Iran’s prisons and political prisoners. Iran under the mullahs’ regime has the world highest number of executions per capita and an atrocious human rights violations report card.



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UN human rights bodies have condemned the Iranian regime on 65 occasions.

The reason for those condemnations is the violation of basic human rights (especially of minorities), executions, brutal punishments such as amputation and flogging, and degrading behavior with prisoners.

These brutal methods started from the days of the regime's coming to power.




Khomeini, 24 August 1979 stressed, "We suppress [the MEK]."

The regime has invented more than 70 methods of torture, including severing hands and feet, gouging eyes, pressing prisoners’ heads with the vise, and rape (especially against women).

Ayatollah Montazeri, Khomeini's heir apparent said on October 9, 1986: “Do you know many were killed under torture by interrogators? Do you know many prisoners were blinded, deafened, paralyzed or suffer chronic pains due to severe torture?”

The regime created cage-like cells, where prisoners were kept for as long as 7 months.

The regime executed 120,000 political prisoners, including even 13-year-old teenagers

Ayatollah Montazeri: “Execution of 13- or 14-year-old girls is horrifying.”

Mollahassani, Khomeini's representative in Urmia, said on December 23, 2000: “[Khomeini] said: If the prisoners are even one million, I will order to open fire on them and massacre them in one night."

Under Khomeini's orders, prison guard extracted prisoners' blood before executing them.

In 1988, Khomeini ordered, "Those who insist on their views in support of the MEK are enemies of God and are condemned to death."

Subsequently, the regime executed more than 30,000 prisoners were in less than two months.

The unbelievable scale of executions and brutal tortures in Kahrizak prison in 2009 and arrest of more than 7,000 individuals during the 2017-2018 uprisings (reported by Amnesty Intl) manifest the continuation of these crimes after 40 years.

These crimes will continue until the day of the regime is overthrown. Because it cannot survive without violating human rights.