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Majidreza Rahnavard: Iran does second execution over fights

 

Norway-based Iran Common liberties said Majidreza Rahnavard was executed 23 days after his capture

Iran says it has completed a subsequent execution connected to the counter government fights immersing the country.

Majidreza Rahnavard was hanged "openly" right off the bat Monday in the city of Mashhad, the legal executive declared.

A court sentenced him for the charge of "ill will against God" in the wake of finding he had wounded to death two individuals from the paramilitary Basij Obstruction Power.

Common liberties bunches have cautioned that dissidents are being condemned to death after hoax preliminaries with no fair treatment.

"Rahnavard was condemned to death in view of forced admissions, after a terribly unreasonable cycle and a show preliminary. This wrongdoing should be met with serious ramifications for the Islamic Republic," tweeted Mahmood Amiry-Moghaddam, overseer of Norway-based Iran Common liberties.

"Huge number of confined dissidents, and twelve capital punishments previously gave. There is a serious gamble of mass-execution of nonconformists," he added.

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The primary execution regarding the turmoil occurred on Thursday, setting off worldwide judgment.

Mohsen Shekari, 23, was sentenced for "hatred against God" in the wake of being found to have gone after an individual from the Basij with a cleaver in the capital, Tehran.

The Basij is a follower volunteer power frequently conveyed by Iranian specialists to smother disagree.

The ladies drove challenges Iran's administrative foundation were started by the demise in guardianship of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-elderly person who was confined by ethical quality police on 13 September for supposedly wearing her hijab, or headscarf, "inappropriately".

They have spread to 161 urban communities in each of the 31 regions and are viewed as one of the most serious difficulties to the Islamic Republic since the 1979 transformation.

Iran's chiefs have depicted the fights as "riots" impelled by the country's unfamiliar foes. In any case, by far most of dissenters have been unarmed and tranquil.

Up to this point, something like 488 nonconformists have been killed by security powers and 18,259 others have been kept, as indicated by the Common freedoms Activists' News Office (HRANA). It has additionally revealed the passings of 62 security faculty.

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