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Iran’s Human Rights Violations in April

In April, at least 27 people were executed, including 17-year-old cousins ​​Mehdi Sohrabifar and Amin Sedaghat.

Young people were executed in Shiraz after Amnesty International called den unfair trial on April 25th, which led to anger against human rights defenders and the United Nations; children.

Amnesty International said that the corpses of the young people showed signs of lashing, they were broken and the party was in a youth correction center and they were not aware of their execution until the day of their work and pointed to a family visit the day before.

Amnesty International Philip Luther, director of the Middle East and North Africa, said: Once again, the Iranian authorities have proven to be ill ready to put the children to death, ignoring international law. In the darkness of their death sentences for two years, he silenced them in the last moments of his life and then secretly executed his executions. ”

Iran is the world’s greatest per capita practitioner and the best practitioner of children. Last year Iran executed at least 253 people, including seven children guilty. There are still at least 90 children at the time of death.

The regime continued to mistreat the prisoners of conscience to extract confessions that led to punishment or torture.

Nader Afshari was sentenced to one year prison and was convicted of” breaking the public order “and“  propaganda against the state”. This is added to the four-month prison sentence of Afshari’s anti-state propaganda in February.

At least 23 internet activists were arrested for reporting on the devastating flood, while at least 63 volunteers were arrested for providing relief to flood victims in Khuzestan.

The regime deprived the following political prisoners of adequate medical care:

Alireza Shirmohammad-Ali, who was attacked by two prison agents when he requested medical assistance for abdominal pain.

Mojtaba Dadashi, who went on a hunger strike, went on strike to protest the termination of the medical care he urgently needed to treat respiratory tract infection.

A visit to the Atena Daemi family was denied, but no reason was given.

Violation of regulations on the principle of separation of crimes

Sima Entesari, a mystical political prisoner of Sufism, was beaten by a violent prisoner, who claimed that he had been promised a case study in the event of an attack. Political prisoners should be kept in a cell other than violent criminals.

By sentencing at least on Baha’ I to jail and arresting at least 88 Ahwazi Arabs, 12 Kurds, three Baluchis, and three Iranian Turkish minorities, Iran continued its systematic pressure against religious and ethnic minorities.

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