Three men hanged in western IranPublished by International Liberty on December 27, 2015
Iran’s fundamentalist regime on Saturday hanged three men in a prison in Khorramabad, western Iran.
The three men were identified as Behrouz Amiri, Rahman Kazemzadeh and Ali Hassanvand.
They were hanged at dawn in Parsiloun Prison. All three had been accused of drugs-related charges. They had been transferred to solitary confinement on Friday.
The mullahs’ regime on Thursday hanged a group of eight prisoners collectively in the central prison in Qazvin, northern Iran.
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. Also on Wednesday two people were hanged in the notorious Qezel-Hesar Prison in Karaj, north-west of Tehran.
Following the December 17 adoption of the 62nd United Nations General Assembly resolution censuring human rights abuses in Iran, the Iranian Resistance’s President-elect Maryam Rajavi called on the UN Security Council to hold officials of the Iranian regime accountable and prosecute them for crimes against humanity. She underlined that this is a necessary step towards respecting the international community’s vote that condemned the systematic and flagrant violations of human rights in Iran.