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September 2006 Executions

Tehran, Iran, Sep. 05

A prisoner was hanged in the southern port city of Bandar Abbass, the semi-official daily Kayhan reported on Monday.

The man, identified as Hamid Hosnaíi, was hanged on Sunday on several charges, including drug smuggling and involvement in the recent string of bombings in the oil-rich province of Khuzestan, the report said.


Tehran, Iran, Sep. 05

A man was hanged in public on Monday in one of Iranís most volatile provinces. The man, identified as Gholam-Reza Rigi, was publicly hanged at dawn in the town of Saravan, the official news agency IRNA reported. He was accused of drug smuggling.

Iranian authorities routinely execute dissidents on the bogus charge of drug smuggling.

Saravan is situated in the south-eastern province of Sistan-va-Baluchestan which has been a hotbed of anti-government activities.

In recent months, Iranian authorities have stepped up executions in the restive province in what many Baluchis believe is a response to a spate of attacks by dissidents on government and security officials.


Tehran, Iran, Sep. 08

Two men were hanged in Tehran, a state-run daily reported on Thursday.

The men were only identified by their first names Davoud and Sattar, the hard-line daily Khorassan wrote.

They were hanged inside a prison on Wednesday, the report said, adding that they were accused of murder.


Tehran, Iran, Sep. 21

Iranian authorities hanged a teenager in public on Wednesday for a crime he had purportedly committed as a child, state media reported.

The teenager who was hanged in the morning was identified only by his first name Vaheed.

Vaheed had recently turned 18 years old.

He was accused of murder.

Another teenager, identified only as Sina, who had also recently turned 18 had his death sentence suspended at the last minute for a period of two months.

After being taken to the gallows and having the noose put around his neck, the relatives of the individual Sina was accused of murdering called for his hanging to be temporary suspended.

Under Iranian law, boys above the age of fifteen are considered as adults and could be convicted of capital offences. Under increasing international pressure for violations of the rights of the child, the Iranian regime keeps convicted children in juvenile prisons and issues court verdicts only after they turn 18 so as to carry out sentences that would have be handed out if the defendants were adults.


Tehran, Iran, Sep. 23

A prisoner was hanged in the troubled province of Sistan-va-Baluchestan, south-eastern Iran, the state-run daily Etemaad reported on Saturday.

The man, identified only as Mohammad Sh., was hanged inside a prison in the city of Zahedan on Friday, the report said.

It added that the man was charged with drug trafficking.

Iranian authorities routinely execute dissidents on the bogus charge of drug smuggling.

Zahedan is the provincial capital of Sistan-va-Baluchestan which has been a hotbed of anti-government activities.

In recent months, Iranian authorities have stepped up executions in the restive province in what many Baluchis believe is a response to a spate of attacks by dissidents on government and security officials.


Tehran, Iran, Sep. 25

Iranian authorities have hanged four men in the south-eastern province of Sistan-va-Baluchestan, according to a state-run daily.

The four men, identified as Shah Mohammad, Nader Reigi, Abdol-Ali Baluch, and Mohammad Shakib, were hanged on Saturday in Zahedan Prison, the hard-line daily Khorassan wrote on Sunday.

Iranís judiciary in Zahedan also sentenced two women and one man to execution.

Zahedan is the provincial capital of Sistan-va-Baluchestan which has been a hotbed of anti-government activities.

In recent months, Iranian authorities have stepped up executions in the restive province in what many Baluchis believe is a response to a spate of attacks by dissidents on government and security officials.

In the north-eastern city of Mashad, the judiciary sentenced a man, identified only by his first name Hossein, to execution.





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