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January 02 - 2008 Hanging

Five Iranians hanged
Wed. Jan 02- 2008 7:42AM
 

 

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Tehran - Iran hanged five convicted drug traffickers, at least three of them in public, on Wednesday, the latest in a growing number of executions in the Islamic republic.

Three drug traffickers were hanged in a square in the central city of Qom and another two in the eastern city of Zahedan, state media said, the first executions to be reported in 2008.

The three hanged in Qom were Safarali Nazari Ashkar, convicted of trafficking 455 grams of heroin, Sohbatollah Malaki, who trafficked 170 grams and Habib Oliaei, convicted of smuggling 590 grams, according to the official IRNA news agency.

"By implementing God's law, we are increasing security in society and we are sending a message that Qom is not a safe haven for those who break the law," said local judiciary official Hoda Torshizi.

State media did not identify the two convicts hanged in Zahedan but said they had been found guilty of transporting 5,25 kilograms of heroin.

Iranian law sets tough penalties for drug trafficking, with anyone found guilty of smuggling more than 30 grams of heroin or five kilograms of opium liable to the death penalty.

Last year, Iran carried out at least 297 executions, according to an AFP count compiled from press reports.

The total was a sharp increase on 2006, when 177 executions were carried out, according to Amnesty International.

Iran currently makes more use of the death penalty than any other country apart from China.

Executions soared in 2007 amid a campaign which the authorities say is aimed at improving security in society.

Capital offences in Iran include murder, rape, armed robbery, serious drug trafficking and adultery.

Human rights groups have accused Iran of excessive resort to the death penalty, but the authorities say capital punishment is an effective deterrent that is only used after an exhaustive judicial process.

Curtesy of the Respective site

TEHRAN, Iran: Iran executed by hanging 12 men and one woman convicted of murder and drug smuggling, an official newspaper reported Thursday.

The report by the IRAN daily said the eight were hanged in the notorious Evin Prison in northern Tehran on Wednesday.

The eight, including a serial killer who was convicted of murdering three housewives, and the woman were identified by their first names only.

The woman, identified as Raheleh, was convicted of having killed her husband after she discovered he was unfaithful to her, the paper said.

The report also said five other people, all drug traffickers, were hanged Wednesday in two separate groups of three and two in the cities of Qom and Zahedan respectively.

Since July, IRI has hanged more than 55 other people on charges of murder, rape, robbery and kidnapping, which, along with drug trafficking, are all capital offenses in the Islamic Republic.

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Iran hangs 13 on single day: reports

TEHRAN (AFP) Iran hanged 13 convicted criminals on Wednesday, including the mother of two young children who had been found guilty of murdering her husband after discovering he was having an affair, reports said.

Raheleh Zamani, who reportedly chopped her husband's body into pieces, was hanged alongside seven men convicted of murder, in a mass execution at Tehran's Evin prison, the Iranian Student Correspondents' Association (ISCA) reported.

Three drug traffickers were also hanged on Wednesday in public in a square in the central city of Qom and another two in the eastern city of Zahedan, state media reported.

Pictures from Qom showed the three blindfolded men, their bodies hanging limply from nooses attached to cranes as dusk fell, the winter snow falling heavily.

The hangings, the first reported in 2008, were the latest in a growing number of executions in the Islamic republic as the authorities impose a drive they say is aimed at improving security in society.


ISCA said Raheleh had killed her husband Mohammad in 2005 by beating his head with an iron bar after discovering he was having an affair with another woman. She then chopped up the body and hid the pieces in several containers.

ISCA is one of several student news agencies in Iran and is run by Azad University.

The reformist Etemad newspaper reported on December 17 that Raheleh was the mother of a five-year-old girl and a three-year-old boy and had begged for forgiveness from the victim's family.

"My husband was having an affair with another woman and I was under the influence of the pills I took," ISCA quoted Raheleh as saying during her trial.

Raheleh had been due to be hanged on December 19, but was given a last-minute stay of execution to allow her more time to reach a settlement with her in-laws, reports at the time said.

Under Iranian law, a victim's family can ask right up to the moment before an execution that a murderer's life be spared and blood money be paid instead.

The seven men who were hanged with Raheleh included a man named Ali Reza who had been convicted of killing three women in a case that had been widely publicised by the local press.

The three men hanged in the clerical city of Qom, for many years the home of Iran's late revolutionary founder Ayatollah Khomeini, were convicted of smuggling amounts of up to 590 grammes of heroin (1.3 pounds), according to the official IRNA news agency.

"By implementing God's law, we are increasing security in society and we are sending a message that Qom is not a safe haven for those who break the law," said local judiciary official Hoda Torshizi.

State media said the two convicts hanged in Zahedan had been found guilty of transporting 5.25 kilogrammes (11.5 pounds) of heroin.

Iranian law sets tough penalties for drug trafficking, with anyone found guilty of smuggling more than 30 grammes (0.06 pounds) of heroin or five kilogrammes (11 pounds) of opium liable to the death penalty.

Last year, Iran carried out at least 297 executions, according to an AFP count compiled from press reports.

The total was a sharp increase on 2006, when 177 executions were carried out, according to Amnesty International.

Iran currently makes more use of the death penalty than any other country apart from China. Capital offences in Iran include murder, rape, armed robbery, serious drug trafficking and adultery.

Human rights groups have accused Iran of excessive resort to the death penalty, but the authorities say capital punishment is an effective deterrent that is only used after an exhaustive judicial process.

Curtesy of the Respective site- AFP


Iran hangs convicted child abuser

TEHRAN (AFP) Iran hanged a man on Thursday who had been found guilty of severely torturing and raping a 12-year-old boy in the western city of Hamedan, the state news agency IRNA reported.

The 23-year-old man, identified only as A., was hanged in a prison in Hamedan for raping and torturing the boy, named as Behzad, in February 2007, it said.

The Etemad Melli newspaper said the man was named Ali and an acquaintance of Behzad's family who was apprehended by a hospital guard when he tried to drop off the child after four days of "physical and sexual abuse".

"They took drugs and burned my body and tongue with cigarettes and a hot skewer. In these four days, we went around in the car in the morning and at night they tortured and raped me," Behzad told Etemad Melli.

Behzad was picked up from his house by Ali and his friend Mehdi in the absence of his divorced mother who "knew Ali and trusted him", the report said.

"The accomplice is also sentenced to death but his verdict has not yet been approved by the supreme court," IRNA said.

The execution brings to 14 the number of people hanged in Iran so far this year. On Wednesday, Iran executed 13 convicted criminals, including the mother of two young children who had been found guilty of murdering her husband.

Last year, Iran carried out at least 297 executions, according to an AFP count compiled from press reports.

The total was a sharp increase on 2006, when 177 executions were carried out, according to Amnesty International.

Iran currently makes more use of the death penalty than any other country apart from China. Capital offences in Iran include murder, rape, armed robbery, serious drug trafficking and adultery.

Human rights groups have accused Iran of excessive resort to the death penalty, but the authorities say capital punishment is an effective deterrent that is only used after an exhaustive judicial process.

Curtesy of the Respective site- AFP

حكم سازمان ملل نتوانست جلادان تهران را متوقف كند

روزنامه ايتاليايی كورير دلاسرا با اشاره به اعدام سیزده ایرانی ظرف یک روز بدست رژیم جنایت پیشه جمهوری اسلامی نوشت قطعنامه اخیر سازمان ملل متحد مبنی بر لغو مجازات اعدام نتوانست جلادان را در تهران متوقف كند.

روزنامه لارپوبليكا، یک روزنامه دیگر چاپ ایتالیا نيز با عنوان 'سیزده نفر از جمله مادر دو كودک در یک روز به دار آويخته شدند'، نوشت سال جديد ميلادی در ايران با سیزده مورد اعدام آغاز شد.

كورير دلاسرا نوشت هنگامی كه دولت ايتاليا در ماه آگوست گذشته موج اعدامها در ايران را محكوم كرد، رژيم تهران واكنش بدی از خود نشان داد. جانی ورنتی، معاون وزارت خارجه ايتاليا در امور آسيا گفت، دولت ايتاليا همانند گذشته خشم عميق خود را عليه اعدام در ايران ابراز می دارد. ما بار ديگر از رژيم تهران می خواهيم تا به قطعنامه مجمع عمومی سازمان ملل احترام بگذارد و مجازات اعدام را لغو كند.

این روزنامه نوشت روز چهارشنبه در شهر قم زير بارش برف سه نفر به دار آويخته شدند .همچنين در زندان اوين در شمال تهران راحله زمانی 27 ساله مادر دو کودک اعدام شد. راحله به همراه سه تن ديگر به دار آويخته شد و مجموعا سیزده نفر در نخستین روز سال جدید ميلادی در ايران به دار آويخته شدند.





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