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 Hanging (Execution) Octobrer & November  2009




Islamic Republic (Iran) hangs rapist


Agence France-Presse
Posted 19:35:00 11/25/2009

TEHRAN-- An Iranian man convicted of rape was hanged on Wednesday in a prison in the city of Karaj on the western outskirts of Tehran, the ISNA news agency reported.

The report said Mohammad Orouji, 25, had also been convicted of consuming alcohol.

The sentence included 80 lashes, but the report did not say whether Orouji was whipped before his execution.

The latest hanging brings to at least 259 the number of people executed in Iran so far this year, according to an AFP count based on news reports.

In 2008, Iran hanged 246 people, the highest number of executions carried out by any country except for China.

Tehran says the death penalty is necessary for maintaining public security and is applied only after exhaustive judicial proceedings.

Murder, rape, armed robbery, drug trafficking and adultery are all punishable by death in the Islamic republic.


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Islamic Republic (Iran) hangs three drug traffickers and a rapist: Report


Updated on Wednesday, November 18, 2009, 21:03

Tehran: Iran has hanged two men and a woman convicted of drug trafficking and a rapist, local media reported today.

A report in Kayhan newspaper identified the first two men as Vahid Sh. 35 and Rasoul T. and the woman as Beygum P. They were hanged in a prison in the central city of Isfahan on Monday, it said.

ISNA news agency said an unidentified 23-year-old man convicted of robbery and rape was hanged in the Bojnourd city in north eastern North Khorasan province.

It did not give the date of execution.

The latest hangings bring to at least 255 the number of people executed in Iran so far this year, according to a count based on news reports.

In 2008, Iran hanged 246 people, the highest number of executions carried out by any country bar China.

Tehran says the death penalty is a necessary tool for maintaining public security and is applied only after exhaustive judicial proceedings. Murder, rape, armed robbery, drug trafficking and adultery are all punishable by death in the Islamic republic.


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Islamic Republic (Iran) 5 Protesters Sentenced to Death


By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Published: November 17, 2009

Iranian state television reported Tuesday that five people had been sentenced to death over the unrest that followed the country’s disputed presidential election in June. The report quoted a statement by the Justice Department saying that the five were members of terrorist and armed opposition groups.

Iran began a trial in August for more than 100 prominent opposition figures and activists over the election protests. The opposition maintains that President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was re-elected through fraud in the June 12 vote. At least three others caught up in the turmoil have also received death sentences


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Islamic Republic (Iran) hangs rapist in public: report


Nov 16, 2009 09:50 AM - (AFP) – 7 hours ago

TEHRAN — Iran has hanged a convicted rapist in a public square in the northern city of Qaemshahr in the Caspian Sea Mazandaran province, the Kayhan newspaper reported on Monday.

The report identified the man hanged on Sunday as A.B. aged 24, who was convicted of raping his victim after posing as a taxi driver.

The report also said he had a prior criminal record which included robbery, kidnapping and engaging in an illicit relationship.

The reported public hanging comes despite a January 2008 statement by then Iran judiciary chief Ayatollah Mahmoud Hashemi Shahrudi that such executions would only be carried out with his approval and "based on social necessities."

The latest hanging brings to at least 251 the number of people executed in Iran so far this year, according to an AFP count based on news reports.

In 2008, Iran hanged 246 people, the highest number of executions carried out by any country bar China.

Tehran says the death penalty is a necessary tool for maintaining public security and is applied only after exhaustive judicial proceedings.


احسان فتاحیان اعدام شد


Murder, rape, armed robbery, drug trafficking and adultery are all punishable by death in the Islamic republic. به روز شده: 08:59 گرينويچ - چهارشنبه 11 نوامبر 2009 - 20 آبان 1388

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احسان فتاحیان، جوان ۲۸ ساله کرد ایرانی، بامداد روز چهارشنبه ۲۰ آبان (۱۱ نوامبر) در سنندج اعدام شد. یک فعال حقوق بشر ساکن سنندج که نمی خواست نامش فاش شود به بی بی سی فارسی گفت که جنازه آقای فتاحیان در ساعت ۷ و ۴۵ دقیقه صبح به بهشت محمدی (گورستان شهر سنندج) منتقل شده اما به خانواده او تحویل داده نشده است.

به گفته این فعال کرد، مسئولان گورستان به خانواده آقای فتاحیان گفته اند که تا رسیدن مجوز دادگاه، جنازه را برای دفن به آنها تحویل نمی دهند و ممکن است که مجوز دادگاه تا عصر جمعه یا صبح شنبه صادر نشود.

وبسایت محمد مصطفایی، وکیل دادگستری در ایران نیز صبح روز چهارشنبه خبر داده بود که حکم اعدام احسان فتاحیان که به اتهام "اقدام علیه امنیت ملی" از طریق عضویت در یک گروه مسلح مخالف جمهوری اسلامی به اعدام محکوم شده بود، در زندانی در سنندج، مرکز استان کردستان، اجرا شده است. همچنین خبرگزاری فارس گزارش داد که علی اکبر گروسی، رئیس کل دادگستری استان کردستان نیز اجرای حکم اعدام احسان فتاحیان را به جرم "اقدام علیه امنیت ملی از طریق اقدامات مسلحانه" تأیید کرده است.

در مقابل، برخی دیگر از سایت های اینترنتی از حضور اعضای خانواده و تعدادی از اهالی سنندج در برابر زندان این شهر خبر داده و گفته اند که هنوز هیچ منبع رسمی اجرای حکم را تایید نکرده است.

اوایل هفته جاری گزارش شد که به نصرالله نصری، وکیل مدافع احسان فتاحیان، ابلاغ شده است که حکم اعدام موکل او روز چهارشنبه به اجرا گذاشته خواهد شد.

انتشار این خبر به افزایش تلاش برای جلوگیری از اعدام این جوان ایرانی منجر شد و از جمله، روز گذشته دیده بان حقوق بشر، از سازمان های بین المللی دفاع از حقوق بشر، با صدور بیانیه ای خواستار توقف اجرای این حکم شد.

پیش از آن شمار دیگری از گروه ها و فعالان مدافع حقوق بشر در نقاط مختلف جهان همین درخواست را مطرح و از جمله سایت هایی برای جمع آوری امضا به منظور قانع کردن مقامات جمهوری اسلامی به خودداری از اعدام احسان فتاحیان راه اندازی کرده بودند.

وکیل آقای فتاحیان گفته بود که با ارسال نامه ای برای صادق اردشیر لاریجانی، رئیس قوه قضائیه، از او خواسته اجرای حکم احسان فتاحیان را متوقف کرده و شخصا به پرونده او رسیدگی کند.

همچنین، از قول اعضای خانواده فتاحیان گزارش شده بود که آقای لاریجانی نامه ای را برای مقامات قضایی استان کردستان فرستاده اما محتوای آن مشخص نیست.

خانواده فتاحیان و مدافعان حقوق بشر امیدوار بودند که با مداخله مقامات بالاتر جمهوری اسلامی این حکم، که به گفته برخی کارشناسان محل اشکال قانونی هم دارد، به اجرا گذاشته نشود.

انتقاد از حکم دادگاه

احسان فتاحیان در تیرماه سال ۱۳۷۸ در شهرسیتان کامیاران، استان کردستان، بازداشت و برای بازجویی به سنندج، مرکز استان، اعزام شد. در خاتمه بازجویی، پرونده ای شامل اقدام علیه نظام جمهوری اسلامی علیه فتاحیان تشکیل و در شعبه اول دادگاه انقلاب اسلامی سنندج مورد رسیدگی قرار گرفت.

دادگاه انقلاب سنندج با قبول اتهامات عضویت در حزب کومله و تبلیغات علیه نظام جمهوری اسلامی، متهم را به ده سال حبس تعزیری توام با تبعید محکوم کرد و قرار شد که این دوره حبس در زندانی در شهرستان رامهرمز سپری شود. کومله حزبی با گرایش مارکسیست - لنینیستی است که به خصوص در سال های اول بعد از انقلاب اسلامی در ایران، فعالیت گسترده ای در کردستان ایران اما در سال های اخیر، ظاهرا تشکیلات آن در کردستان عراق مستقر بوده و این حزب اعلام داشته که به هیچگونه عملیات مسلحانه ای در داخل خاک ایران دست نزده است.

دادستان دادگاه با اعتراض به ملایم بودن حکم دادگاه بدوی، خواستار ارسال پرونده به دادگاه تجدید نظر شد و دادگاه تجدید نظر استان کردستان هم علاوه بر اتهامات پذیرفته شده در دادگاه بدوی، با تایید اتهام محاربه با خدا، حکم ده سال زندان را به اعدام افزایش داد. تصمیم دادگاه تجدید نظر با انتقاد برخی حقوقدانان مواجه شده که تصمیم دادگاه تجدید نظر در تشدید مجازات متهم را مغایر قانون آیین دادرسی دانسته اند که افزایش محکومیت را در چنین موردی مجاز نمی داند.

به گفته آنان، تنها در صورتی تشدید مجازات در دادگاه تجدید نظر امکانپذیر است که حکم دادگاه بدوی از حداقل مجازات مقرر در قانون برای جرم مورد رسیدگی کمتر باشد که این موضوع درباره پرونده احسان فتاحیان مصداق نداشته است.

همچنین، این انتقاد نیز مطرح شده که براساس قانون مجازات اسلامی حکم مجازات محارب برای شخصی می تواند صادر شود که به قصد برهم زدن امنیت عمومی، به افدامات مسلحانه و عملی مبادرت کرده باشد در حالیکه شواهدی حاکی از اقدام مسلحانه و عملی این متهم علیه امنیت وجود نداشته است. به گفته سازمان های مدافع حقوق بشر، در حال حاضر دست کم ده نفر دیگر نیز به جرم عضویت یا حمایت از گروه های کرد مخالف در ایران به اعدام محکوم شده اند. از دست ندهید


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Islamic Republic (Iran): Kurdish activist executed for acting against national security


Nov 11, 2009 11:50 - By ASSOCIATED PRESS TEHERAN, IranIran

A Kurdish activist was executed Wednesday morning, after being convicted of carrying weapons and acting against the nation's security, according to Iran's semi-official Fars news agency.

Local judiciary official, Ali Akbar Garoosi, was quoted as saying that Ehsan Fatahian was put to death in Sanandaj prison in western Iran.

The activist admitted to being a member of the armed Kurdish opposition group Komoleh, which has waged a low level insurgency in Iran's Kurdish regions along the border with Iraq for decades.

The International Campaign for Human Rights had earlier appealed to Iran's judiciary to halt Fatahian's execution.
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Sunni militant executed by IranIslamic Republic (Iran)


Last updated at 15:11 GMT, Tuesday, 3 November 2009

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Iranian authorities have executed a Jundullah Sunni militant in Zahedan, in the south-east of the country, the Fars news agency has reported.

Officials named the man as Abdolhamid Rigi, but said he was not the brother of Jundullah's leader, who has the same name, the semi-official agency said.

Jundullah have been blamed for several attacks in Sistan-Baluchistan province.

Last month 42 people, including six Revolutionary Guard commanders, were killed in a suicide bombing in Zahedan.

The deputy commander of the Guards' ground force, General Noor Ali Shooshtari, and the Guards' chief provincial commander, Rajab Ali Mohammadzadeh, were among the dead.

Abdolhamid Rigi was hanged in the Zahedan prison on Monday, Fars reported.

According to the agency, provincial police commander Gholam Ali Nekouei said: "He was convicted of kidnapping, being a Mohareb (enemy of God) and co-operating with [Jundullah leader Abdolmalek] Rigi's terrorist grouplet."

Sistan-Baluchistan is mainly made up of the Baluchi ethnic group, who belong to the Sunni Muslim minority of Shia-ruled Iran.

The Iranian authorities executed five people on Wednesday, including a 30-year-old woman who admitted killing her 5-day-old baby, the state news agency reported. Defense lawyers had argued that the woman was suffering from postpartum depression. Another prisoner scheduled to be executed was granted a one-month stay of execution, the news agency said, suggesting that he may be granted a reprieve.

That prisoner, Safar Angooti, was convicted of murder at the age of 17. Another man was executed last week for a crime carried out at the age of 17.

At least 135 other juvenile offenders are known to be on death row in Iran, which carries out more executions than any other nation except China. Offenses like murder, armed robbery, rape and adultery carry the death penalty. Human rights groups have documented a sharp increase in the number of executions in Iran since the start of the year.

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یک عضو جندالله در زاهدان اعدام شد
ریگی، که روز دوشنبه اعدام شد، در ارتکاب جرائم گوناگون از جمله محاربه با خدا مجرم شناخته شده بود


* سه شنبه, 03 نوامبر 2009

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 یک خبرگزاری ایران گزارش می دهد یک عضو گروه سنی جندالله اعدام شده است. خبرگزاری نیمه رسمی فارس روز سه شنبه به نقل از غلامعلی نکویی، مقام پلیس، گفت عبدالحمید ریگی روز دوشنبه در زندانی در شهر زاهدان بدار زده شد. با این حال گفت او برادر عبدالمالک ریگی رهبر جندالله نبود. برادر عبدالمالک در زندانی در تهران در انتظار مرگ بسر می برد. قرار بود او در اوایل سال جاری اعدام شود، اما به تاخیر افتاد. ریگی، که روز دوشنبه اعدام شد، در ارتکاب جرائم گوناگون از جمله محاربه با خدا مجرم شناخته شده بود.
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Islamic Republic (Iran) hangs 5 murder convicts, including a woman


Published: 10.22.09, 08:58 ET

Iran has hanged five people convicted of murder, including a young woman sentenced to death for slaying her newborn son. The state-owned

IRAN newspaper says all five, identified only by their first names, were hanged on Wednesday in Tehran's Evin prison. The paper's Thursday report identifies the 27-year-old woman as Soheila, charged with killing her five-day old son three years ago. (AP)
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Islamic Republic (Iran) 'sentences three to death'


BBC
14:57 GMT, Saturday, 10 October 2009

Three people detained after June's disputed presidential election have been sentenced to death, Iran's Isna news agency reports.

The judgements are preliminary and must be confirmed by a higher court, Isna says. Full names have not been given.

So far the only named opposition activist reported as having been sentenced to death over post-election protests is Mohammad Reza Ali Zamani.

The unrest was triggered by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's re-election.

On Saturday Isna quoted Zahed Bashiri Rad, a justice ministry official, as saying: "Three people who were accused (for their role) in the post-election incidents have been sentenced to death."

Referring to the three using only initials, Mr Rad said "MZ" and "AP" had been convicted for ties with the Kingdom Assembly of Iran, a banned monarchist group, and "NA" for links with the People's Mujahideen, another group advocating the overthrow of the Islamic republic.

On Thursday, an Iranian reformist website reported that Mr Zamani, 37, had been sentenced to death. It is unclear whether he is the "MZ" mentioned by Isna.

The London-based human-rights group Amnesty International has condemned the reported death sentence on Mr Zamani, and called his trial a "mockery of justice".

Mr Ahmadinejad's 12 June re-election was followed by massive street protests over alleged vote-rigging. At least 30 protesters were killed in clashes and thousands were arrested.

Most of those detained have been released, but about 200 remain behind bars and some 110 have been put on trial.
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First death sentence given in Islamic Republic (Iran) election protests, Amnesty says


Sat, 10 Oct 2009 05:52:50 GMT

London - Iran has handed down the first death sentence related to protests that followed June's disputed presidential election, Amnesty International said as it urged Tehran to rescind the sentence. The appeal was made for Mohammad-Reza Ali-Zamani, a monarchist and member of an exiled opposition group, on the occasion of Saturday's World Day Against the Death Penalty, the human rights group said.

Zamani, 37, was sentenced Thursday by a Tehran Revolutionary Court after he was convicted of "enmity against God for membership of and activities to further the aims of the terrorist grouplet Anjoman-e Padeshahi-e Iran," Amnesty International said Friday.

He was also convicted of "propaganda against the system," "insulting the holy sanctities," "gathering and colluding with intent to harm national internal security" and leaving the country illegally to visit Iraq, where he was alleged to have met US military officials, Amnesty said.

More than 100 people are standing trial because of the protests that followed the June 12 election, which the opposition said the government rigged to result in the re-election of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

Zamani is accused of belonging a group that wants to end the Islamic Republic of Iran and re-establish a monarchy.
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Victim's parents hang young Iranian murderer


By Aresu Eqbali (AFP) – 4 hours ago


TEHRAN — An Iranian man was hanged on Sunday reportedly by the parents of his victim whom he murdered in a brawl as a teenager, despite international calls urging the Islamic republic to stop such executions.

Behnoud Shojaie had been convicted of stabbing to death 17-year-old Ehsan Nasrollahi during a fight in August 2005 when he himself was aged 17, Iranian news agencies reported.

"The mother and father of Ehsan Nasrollahi themselves carried out the punishment in the Evin prison," the agency ISNA said in reference the notorious detention facility in Tehran.

Former Iran judiciary chief Ayatollah Mahmoud Hashemi Shahroudi had agreed in June last year to suspend Shojaie's death sentence to give the victim's family a chance to pardon him under Islamic sharia law.

And a judiciary bill is now awaiting parliament's approval that aims to ease punishments for offences committed by youths and make it harder for courts to sentence minors to death for murder.

But Nasrollahi's family refused to pardon him.

"We didn't stop our efforts until the last moment to gain their clemency but unfortunately it was fruitless and the execution was carried out," judiciary official Fakhredin Jafarzadeh was quoted as saying by ISNA.

Under sharia law, the family can spare a murderer from execution by accepting blood money for the victim's life and leaving the convict to serve only a prison sentence.

Shojaie's case drew international attention and several domestic human rights groups also strongly called for halting the execution.

In June 2008, the United Nations human rights arm asked Iran not to execute four offenders sentenced to death over crimes committed when they were minors, including Shojaie.

Seventeen people have been executed in the past two years for crimes committed when under the age of 18, according to rights groups in February.

Iran is a signatory to a UN convention on children's rights which stipulates that members cannot execute convicts found guilty of committing crimes as minors.

At least 135 other juvenile offenders were known in May to be facing death sentences in Iran, according to a report issued by London-based rights group Amnesty International.

Shojaie's hanging brings to at least 231 the number of people executed in the Islamic republic so far this year, according to an AFP count based on news reports.

In 2008, Iran executed 246 people, second only to China.

Tehran says the death penalty is a necessary tool for maintaining public security and is applied only after exhaustive judicial proceedings.

Murder, rape, armed robbery, drug trafficking and adultery are all punishable by death in Iran.

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