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Iran became a machine for hanging, hanged about 600 people in a year

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Iran became a machine for hanging, hanged about 600 people in a year

Iran Execution Case: There was a huge movement in Iran last year regarding the Anti Hijab issue. This movement shook the country. Many people involved in this protest were hanged by the government. The movement began after the death of a 22-year-old woman named Mehsa Amini, who was beaten to death in police custody for not wearing a hijab.

Meanwhile, Norway-based Iran Human Rights (IHR) and Paris-based Together Against the Death Penalty (ECPM) jointly conducted a survey. It was revealed in their survey report that in Iran last year there has been a 75 percent increase in the death sentence.

A total of 582 people will be hanged in Iran in the year 2022.
A total of 582 people were hanged in Iran in the year 2022, which is much higher than the figure of 333 in the year 2021. Iran uses such a move to spread fear among the people. He brutally sentences the people involved in the movement to death.

Last year, many people were sentenced to death in the anti-hijab movement. They were accused of killing the police during the agitation. The movement became more intense when four people were hanged at the very beginning of the movement.

Protest-related executions halted in Iran
Mahmoud Amiri Moghaddam, director of Iran Human Rights (IHR), said the international response has led to a moratorium on protest-related executions in Iran. However, despite this, the government of Iran is still using other allegations to intimidate the protesters.

International reaction to the executions has stalled, making it difficult for the Islamic Republic to move forward with a law on capital punishment. Not only does Iran give the death penalty in its country, but the Iranian government also gives people the death penalty related to drugs. An increase was also seen in this case, which is very worrying.

Read this also: Iran Anti-Hijab Protests: “If women do not wear hijab, there will be no mercy trial on women, says Iran’s Chief Judge

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