Second group of 8 prisoners hanged in Iran in 3 daysPublished by International Liberty on December 27, 2015
Iran’s fundamentalist regime on Thursday hanged a group of eight prisoners collectively in the central prison in Qazvin, northern Iran.
Among those executed was a 42-year-old Kurdish prisoner called Rahim Karim-Mokarram, according to local reports.
Another eight prisoners were hanged en masse on Tuesday, December 22, in Qazvin Prison.
On Wednesday, December 23, the mullahs’ regime hanged five people in a prison in Kerman, eastern Iran. Among the five were Yousef Rigi, from the south-eastern city of Zahedan, and two prisoners originally from Saravan, south-eastern Iran.
Also on Wednesday two people were hanged in the notorious Qezel-Hesar Prison in Karaj, north-west of Tehran. They had received drugs-related charges.
Following the December 17 adoption of the 62nd United Nations General Assembly resolution censuring human rights abuses in Iran.