Iranian Judiciary Sentences Protesters to Death

Three people who participated in the protests that started after the death of Mahsa Amini in Iran, who died after being detained by morality police, were sentenced to death.

The Iranian judiciary sentenced to death three people who participated in the demonstrations that started after Mahsa Amini died after being detained by the morality police on September 16. Iranian official news agency Mehr reported that detainees can appeal the decision.

Last week, it was announced that 19 of the thousands of demonstrators detained in the cities of Tehran and Keraj would be given the death penalty.


On the other hand, Iranian Interior Minister Ahmed Vahidi announced that French intelligence agents and members of the terrorist organization ISIS were arrested in connection with the protests that started in the country and continued for 2 months after Amini’s death.

According to the news of Iran’s official news agency IRNA, Interior Minister Vahidi answered journalists’ questions after the cabinet meeting in the capital Tehran.

When asked about the nationality of those arrested during the protests in the country, Vahidi said, “Foreign nationals were arrested in the uprisings and some of them played a major role in these uprisings. In recent events, French intelligence agents and ISIS-linked elements have been arrested. These people were handed over to the judiciary for legal action.” used expressions.

Mehmet Sarıusta

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