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August 01- 2007 Executions

Iran publicly hangs seven convicted criminals

Death verdicts for reporters

Islamic Republic has sentenced two dissident journalists from its ethnic Kurdish minority for being "enemies of God".

Rights watchdog Reporters Without Borders (RSF), says Adnan Hassanpour and Hiva Boutimar were sentenced by a court in the eastern city of Marivan.

The two journalists have 20 days to appeal against their sentences, but if their cases are rejected by the Supreme Court the sentence will be carried out.

Iran has executed over 100 people so far in 2007, most of them by hanging.

A spokesman for the Iranian judiciary said that the two journalists had "taken arms to topple the system".

No further details were released about the reasons for their sentencing, but the two are members of the Kurdish minority.

Iran's Kurds are concentrated in the north-west of the country, near the border with Iraq, which itself is home to a large Kurdish minority.

RSF called the death sentences against Mr Hassanpour and Mr Botimar "outrageous and shameful".

It said the two were writing for a Kurdish news magazine before it was banned in 2005.

Death sentences are rarely imposed against journalists in Iran, but rights groups often report that Tehran imprisons pro-reform writers, journalists and intellectuals without due legal process.
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حکم اعدام 7 متهم به تجاوز به عنف امروز اجرا مي شود

طي دو هفته گذشته 16 نفر از اراذل و اوباش از سوي ضابطان قوه قضائيه اعدام شدند. از سوي ديگر هفته گذشته آقاي محمدعلي ابراهيم خاني سرپرست دادگاه هاي کيفري و تجديدنظر استان تهران اعلام کرد در برخي از اين پرونده ها کيفرخواست وجود نداشته و مشخص نيست چطور حکم اعدام براي متهم پرونده صادر شده است. عليرضا جمشيدي سخنگوي قوه قضائيه در نشست خبري روز گذشته در پاسخ به سوال شرق مبني بر اينک

ه با توجه به گفته هاي ابراهيم خاني براي اين پرونده ها چگونه حکم اعدام صادر شده است، گفت؛ +من اظهارات ايشان را نديدم اما به طور کلي بايد بگويم پرونده هاي مربوط به تجاوز به عنف و پرونده هايي که حکم آن قصاص است مستقيماً در دادگاه کيفري استان بررسي مي شود و ممکن است در بعضي از پرونده ها که در دادگاه کيفري رسيدگي مي شود کيفرخواست وجود نداشته باشد.;

وي افزود؛ اگر ايراد و ابهامي در اين پرونده ها وجود داشته باشد قضات مي توانند رفع نقص کرده يا ايراد بگيرند. حقوق اين افراد نيز مثل ساير متهمان بوده و تمامي حقوق قانوني آنها رعايت شده و تفاوتي با ساير پرونده ها ندارد و پروسه قانوني خود را طي کرده است.;وي همچنين اعلام کرد؛+ فردا (چهارشنبه) 7 نفر ديگر از اين اراذل و اوباش در استان خراسان رضوي در ملاءعام به دار آويخته مي شوند.; اتهام اين افراد تجاوز به عنف، زناي محصنه، قتل عمد و مواردي از اين دست بيان شده است.

Iran executes nine more criminals

Iranian hangman cuts down executed man

The five were left on view before the hangman cut the ropes

Iran has hanged at least nine men convicted for rape, kidnapping and armed robbery, state media reported.

Seven were hanged publicly in two separate locations in the north-eastern city of Mashhad, and two others were executed in south-east Iran.

Rights groups say Iran has one of the highest rates of executions in the world and it is rising.

Execution numbers doubled to 177 in 2006 and so far 143 have been executed in 2007, Amnesty International says.

State media has reported that police recently arrested dozens of drug addicts, smugglers, rapists and murderers during a crackdown on crime and immoral behaviour.


Mashhad chief prosecutor Gholam Hossein Esmaeeli said a group of five were convicted of "rape, kidnapping, theft and committing indecent acts".

"Two others were young males aged 24 and had abducted a woman two years ago where, after stealing her belongings, they raped her," he added.

State television showed the five convicts' bodies hanging from the gallows under a banner saying "Implementing justice = Elevating security".

The footage showed thousands of spectators at the execution held back by iron fencing and a police cordon.

Last week, 12 convicts were hanged simultaneously in Tehran's Evin prison.

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ran hangs 9 convicts, 7 publicly, in a crackdown on 'thugs'

By Nazila Fathi

Published: August 1, 2007

TEHRAN: Iran held a public hanging on Wednesday in Mashad, in the northeast, of seven men convicted of rape, the ISNA student news agency reported. Two other men were hanged Wednesday in a prison in Zahedan, in the southeast, convicted of armed smuggling of narcotics, the news agency reported.

It carried photographs of five men hanged in one place in Mashad as a crowd watched. The two others were hanged elsewhere in the city.

The state-run television news also showed the five men hanging from the gallows under a banner that said, "Carrying out justice equals increasing security."

The Mashad chief prosecutor, Gholam Hossein Emaili, said that all seven men had been charged with abduction of women, theft and rape.

An additional 12 people were hanged at Evin Prison in Tehran last week for "rape, criminal acts, abduction and selling drugs," said Tehran's prosecutor, Saeed Mortazavi. Iran increased the number of executions in recent weeks since announcing a crackdown on so-called thugs and arrested nearly 1,000 people in May.

Amnesty International has said that Iran executed 177 people in 2006 and 143 people this year.

A judiciary spokesman confirmed Tuesday that two Kurdish journalists, Adnan Hassanpour and Abdolvahed Hiva Botimar, had been sentenced to death. They are from Kurdistan Province, in the northwest, and are charged with being "mohareb," enemies of God, the spokesman said.

Their lawyer, Saleh Nikbakht, told ISNA on Wednesday that they had been charged with cooperating with armed opposition groups.

An 18-year old convicted of killing a drug dealer at 16 is also on death row. The youth, Sina Paymard was scheduled to be executed on July 17, but his family was given more time to provide the compensation money that the victim's family had demanded. Under Iran's law, relatives of the victim may pardon the killer if he pays "blood money" as compensation. However, in this case, the family of the victim has demanded more money than the maximum provided for by law, his lawyer Nemat Ahmadi said, so it is unclear how that will be handled.

In the meantime, pressure has increased on advocates.

A prominent journalist and human rights advocate, Emadedin Baghi, was sentenced Tuesday to three years on charges of acting against national security, newspapers reported Wednesday. Baghi had previously been held for three years. After his release in 2004, he founded a group to defend the rights of prisoners, especially those on the death row. He is also a reformist journalist and writer.

Baghi's wife and daughter received three-year suspended prison sentences on Tuesday for taking part in a conference on human rights in the United Arab Emirates.

Two other journalists, Farshad Gorbanpour and Masoud Bastani, were arrested Tuesday. Bastani was released after several hours. The two work for different newspapers but also for an online newspaper, Roozonline, which often criticizes the government.

Reporters Without Borders condemned the deteriorating conditions for journalists and said in a statement on Wednesday: "Coming just weeks after the death sentence imposed on two journalists in the northwest, yesterday's developments confirm that the human rights situation in Iran is getting worse by the day. Like members of the feminist and student movements, journalists are being subjected to more and more harassment."

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هفت نفر ديگر در ايران در ملاء عام و دو نفر در زندان اعدام شدند

ايران هفت مجرم در تجاوز، آدم ربائی و راهزنی را در ملاء عام اعدام کرده است. وسائل ارتباط جمعی ايران ميگويند اين اعدام ها امروز، چهارشنبه، در دو محله شهر مشهد و در نزديکی محل انجام جرائم ، انجام گرفت. اعدام های امروز دومين اعدام های چند نفری در ده روز اخير و بخشی از برنامه دولت برای سخت گيری عليه جرائم گزارش است. ايران در ماه ژوئيه دوازده نفر را که در ارتکاب جرائمی مشابه مجرم شناخته شده بودند اعدام کرد. مقامات همچنين از اعدام دو نفر در ژندانی در جنوب شرقی ايران خبر داده اند. ايران ديروز تائيد کرد که دو ژورناليست کرد به جرم محاربه با خدا به اعدام محکوم شده اند، هرچند که اتهامات عليه آنان دقيقا اعلام نشده است.

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