Reported by PMOI/MEK
Iran, March 12, 2019 – Four prisoners were hanged in the cities of Urmia (Urumieh), northern Iran, and in Zahedan, west of the country.
Three of the prisoners, identified as Naji Omarzadeh, Khalil Salehi and Hossein Ebrahimi, were hanged on Monday, March 11, in Urmia Central Prison.
The prisoners were transferred to solitary on Sunday to be executed the next day.
On Sunday, the Iranian regime hanged another prisoner in the city of Zahedan, eastern Iran. The prisoner was identified as Ebrahim Karkije, 33, married and father of two. He and another prisoner were transferred to solitary confinement days before the execution. The other prisoner is said to be still in the solitary and awaiting execution.
The clerical regime ruling Iran has so far faced 65 condemnations by the United Nations human rights committees for its gross human rights violations.
The horrific human rights record of the Iranian regime was the topic of an international conference in Geneva held at the United Nations European Headquarters on Thursday, March 7, 2019.
A number of prominent dignitaries and experts attended the “Conference in Geneva providing input on the mullahs’ atrocities against the Iranian people.