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Islamic repulic (Iran) plans execution of 24 more persons
PM Iran Time, 20 February 2013 16:52
Baku. Konul Jafarli – APA. 16 persons were executed in Shiraz, Arak and Tehran cities of Iran last week.
APA reports quoting “RadioFarda” that those executed were convicted of drug smuggling and rape.
12 were executed in Shiraz, 3 in Arak and 1 in Tehran. The official website of Revolutionary Court in Shiraz reported that one of 8 executed persons was woman. Deputy Prosecutor of Fars province Ali Al Qaisi said that 24 people convicted of drug smuggling and rape will be executed in Fars province in the near future. Courtesy of the Respected site
One Public Execution And Public Humiliation of Young People By The Islamic Authorities In Tehran Today
Tehran 09:30 AM Iran Time, Wednesday, 13 Feb 2013
Iran Human Rights, February 13: One prisoner was publicly hanged in Tehran today. According to the state run Iranian news agency Fars the man was convicted of murdering two girls in 2005. The public execution was carried out early this morning at "Madani Street" east of Tehran.
The prisoner was not identified by name in the official Iranian media, but according to Iran Human Rights’ sources his name was "Ali Mohammad Zadeh".
Fars news agency also published pictures from the Iranian security forces’ campaign of arresting "thugs" in Tehran. The pictures show that masked security forces put several young men on display in public and humiliate them (Pictures below).
Iran Human Rights (IHR) condemns today’s public execution and public humiliation of the young Iranians under the pretext of "fighting the thugs". Mahmood Amiry-Moghaddam, the spokesperson of IHR said:” The campaign of public terrorization of the people in Tehran today once again reflects the Iranian authority’s leader Ali Khamenei’s fear of possible public protests in the coming months". Amiry-Moghaddam urged the international community to react to the Iranian authorities’ terrorization and humiliation of the people..
پنجشنبه, ۵ بهمن ۱۳۹۱ | ۲۴ ژانویه ۲۰۱۳ | ایران ۱۸:۰۲
اسماعیل صادقی نیارکی، دادستان عمومی و انقلاب قزوین گفت سه نفر به اتهام حمل مواد مخدر، روز چهارشنبه در قزوین اعدام شدند.
خبرگزاری مهر می گوید متهمان ۲۸، ۳۴و ۴۱ سال داشتند.
جمهوری اسلامی پس از چین، هر سال بیشترین تعداد اعدامی ها در جهان را دارد. مقامات قضایی ایران می گویند بیشتر اعدام شدگان را متهمان پرونده های مواد مخدر تشکیل می دهند.
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اعدام دو جوان به اتهام «زورگیری خشن» در تهران
دوشنبه, ۲ بهمن ۱۳۹۱ | ۲۱ ژانویه ۲۰۱۳ | ایران ۱۷:۴۴
خبرگزاری های ایران گزارش دادند دو پسر جوان که گفته میشود چندی پیش از یک شهروند تهرانی «زورگیری» کرده بودند، بامداد روز یکشنبه، یکم بهمن، در ضلع شمالی پارک هنرمندان تهران و در ملاء عام به دار آویخته شده و جسد آنها پس از ۱۷ دقیقه پایین کشیده شد.
خبرگزاری دانشجویان ایران، ایسنا، با اعلام این خبر نوشت که حکم اعدام این دو تن را شعبه ۱۵ دادگاه انقلاب به ریاست قاضی صلواتی روز ۹ دی صادر و اتهام آنها را «محاربه و افساد فیالارض» اعلام کرده است.
بنا بر این گزارش، دو جوان اعدامشده «علیرضا مافیها» و «محمدعلی سروری» نام دارند که به گفته دادگاه، در آذر ماه سال جاری با همکاری دو نفر دیگر و با استفاده از سلاح سرد یک شهروند تهرانی را مورد حمله و ضرب و جرح قرار داده بودند.
به نوشته خبرگزاری مهر، ۱۱ آذرماه سالجاری یکی از شهروندان هنگام ورود به شرکتی در خیابان خردمند مورد حمله چهار زورگیر موتورسوار قرار گرفت که فیلم این زورگیری در اینترنت منتشر شد.
در این فیلم که با یک دوربین مداربسته ثبت و در یوتیوب منتشر شده است، تهدید یک فرد با قمه و گرفتن کیف او با توسل به زور دیده میشود.
به دنبال انتشار این ویدئو و شکایت فرد شاکی، چهار متهم در این ارتباط دستگیر شده و پرونده آنها در دادسرای عمومی و انقلاب تهران مفتوح شد. پس از اینکه دادستانی برای این افراد کیفرخواست صادر کرد، شعبه ۱۵ دادگاه انقلاب آنها را محکوم به اعدام کرد.
بنا بر گزارشها پس از آنکه اعتراض متهمان این پرونده از سوی دیوان عالی کشور هم رد شد، دو فرد یادشده بامداد یکشنبه در حضور جمعی از مردم در ضلع شمالی پارک هنرمندان تهران «که محل وقوع جرم آنان است» به دار آویخته شدند.
دو متهم دیگر این پرونده نیز هر کدام به ۱۰ سال حبس و ۷۴ ضربه شلاق و همچنین پنج سال اقامت اجباری در یکی از شهرستانهای دورافتاده محکوم شدهاند.
پس از انتشار فیلم یادشده، آیت الله صادق آملی لاریجانی، رییس قوه قضاییه، روز ۲۲ آذرماه اعلام کرد که «مجازاتهای بدیل دیگری نیز در این زمینه [زورگیری] وجود دارد اما دستگاه قضایی با توجه به ضرورت بالا بردن هزینه اعمال شرورانه و برخورد قاطع، مجازات اعدام را انتخاب کرده است.»
به دنبال این اظهارات، در ۲۵ همان ماه، احمدرضا رادان، جانشین فرماندهی نیروی انتظامی با استقبال از این سخنان رییس قوه قضاییه با اشاره به تصمیم بر اعدام زورگیران اظهار کرد: «بنده و سردار فرماندهی ناجا بعد از مصاحبه آیتالله لاریجانی ریاست قوه قضائیه بسیار به وجد آمدیم.»
به گزارش خبرگزاری مهر، «محمدعلی سروری» که ۲۰ ساله بود لحظاتی پیش از اعدام در گفتوگو با خبرنگاران گفت: «قبول دارم اشتباه کردم اما نمیدانستم که حکمم اعدام است.» (رادیو فردا)
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In Islamic Republic (Iran), hangs two in public for machete assault
AFP on January 20, 2013 7:38 p.m.
TEHRAN, Jan 20 – Iran hanged two men in public on Sunday, after a video posted on YouTube last month showed them assaulting a man in a Tehran street with a machete, the ISNA news agency reported.
The sentence, issued by the Revolutionary Court and confirmed by Iran’s Supreme Court, was carried out in Tehran at 6:30am (0300 GMT) and before “a crowd of nearly three hundred people”, ISNA said.
Alireza Mafiha, second left, and Mohammad Ali Sarvari, second right, were hanged in Iran after they posted a robbery on YouTube (Picture: AP)
To see the video that caused this brutal Hanging click on the Play below
It said the two, identified as Alireza Mafiha and Mohammad Ali Sorouri, both aged under 24, were convicted of Moharebeh (waging war against God) and corruption on earth.
Under Iran’s interpretation of Islamic sharia law using firearms or knives and clubs in a crime are considered as Moharebeh, whose punishment is death sentence.
The men were arrested along with two other accomplices last month after the YouTube video footage showed them assaulting a man, and robbing him of his money, bag and coat.
Posted on December 6, the video was also shown on state television.
The footage shows the four men arriving on motorbikes and then two attacking the victim with one leading the assault with a machete, before riding off.
ISNA said the two other accomplices involved in the attack were “sentenced to 10 years in prison, 74 lashes and five years in exile.”
Following the attack, Iran’s judiciary promised to take a harsher stance on thugs, saying the incident had “caused insecurity.”
Iran, where murder, rape, armed robbery, drug trafficking and adultery are also punishable by death, is among countries with the highest annual record of executions in the world, along with China, Saudi Arabia and the United States.
Human rights watchdog Amnesty International has condemned the executions, but Tehran says the death penalty is essential to maintain law and order and that it is enforced only after exhaustive judicial proceedings.
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In Islamic Republic (Iran), two muggers caught on video are hanged
By Ramin Mostaghim, Los Angeles Times/ January 20, 2013, 7:38 p.m.
TEHRAN — A pair of thieves caught in the act on a video posted to YouTube were executed at dawn on a residential street Sunday by a method dating back beyond medieval times: hanging.
The handcuffed men, convicted of the crime of moharebeh (waging war against God), were strung from twin cranes placed side by side in the upscale district. They were then hoisted aloft in front of a crowd of nearly 100 onlookers, with the crane operators, in effect, serving as executioners.
Their sentence was widely viewed as a get-tough message from Iranian authorities alarmed about reports of escalating street thugery amid an economic downturn driven by escalating international sanctions. Concern about street crime has risen in the capital as the economy has plummeted.
Public executions are unusual but not unheard of in Tehran, though the practice is more common in outlying provinces. Hanging by crane is the preferred method. Iran is among the nations that impose capital punishment most frequently, along with China, Saudi Arabia, Iraq and the United States, according to human rights monitors.
The condemned men, Alireza Mafiha, 20, and Mohamad Ali Sorouri, 23, were convicted of having jumped off a pair of motorbikes in broad daylight in late November and assaulting a terrified man while brandishing a dagger.
They may have avoided arrest if not for the video.
The footage, apparently from a security camera, shows four people arriving on two motorbikes as the victim stands at a doorway. Two jump off the scooters and take the man's cash, bag and coat. Those two, authorities said, were executed Sunday.
Moharebeh — a broad category of crime that includes armed assault, rape, murder, spying and undermining the security of society — is a capital offense under Iran's interpretation of sharia, or Islamic law.
Those convicted of driving the motorbikes each received a 10-year prison term, 74 lashes and five years of police-supervised banishment from the capital, according to the semiofficial Iranian Students News Agency.
In the video, the victim appears uninjured.
The footage was posted on YouTube in early December, a week after the crime occurred, and aired on state television, prompting authorities to vow a crackdown on delinquents. One week later, authorities announced the arrests.
Iranian justice can be swift. The two suspects apparently exhausted all appeals in a little more than a month. Handcuffed and shackled at the legs, they were brought to the site of the hanging Sunday in a white police van. Neither was blindfolded. Accompanying judicial officials chanted Koranic verses.
One of the condemned men, with a shaved head and slight beard, was visibly distressed; he placed his head on the shoulder of an apparently sympathetic police officer, who, like other lawmen, wore a black ski mask.
Many in the crowd appeared to be young men from the high-unemployment, crime-ridden capital district of Shokofeh, who came to bid farewell to the condemned.
"Both of them lost their fathers when they were young," one crowd member said.
A number of female relatives, some in full black robes, were sobbing.
"Nobody was killed, so they should not be hanged," an elderly man told a television interviewer.
Others, though, were not so forgiving.
"They should be hanged," concluded a middle-aged man who, like others, did not want his name used for safety reasons. "Mugging has now become a profession for some people."
Another onlooker was less judgmental. "Hanging them is too harsh," he said. "It is better to cut off their hands."
Whether such public displays of remorseless justice will deter street crime remains an open question. A Los Angeles Times correspondent covering the event had his iPad, a $1,000 item here, stolen from his shoulder bag while speaking with distraught relatives of the condemned.