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Saturday, September 14, 2019

30,000 political prisoners executed in Iran - Children as young as 13 were hanged from cranes, six at a time

Sayyid Ruhollah Mūsavi Khomeini also known in the Western world as Ayatollah Khomeini, was an Iranian politician and Shi'ite cleric who led the revolution that overthrew the shah in 1979.
In the early years of the Islamic Revolution tens of thousands of innocent people were massacred by the Iranian terrorist regime, women, children, Christians, Baha'i and other non-Muslim minorities executed in masse.
It was Khomeini's fatwa that led to the killing of 30,000 in Iran.
More than 30,000 political prisoners were executed in the 1988 massacre - CHILDREN as young as 13 were hanged from cranes, six at a time, in a barbaric two-month purge of Iran's prisons.
Issued shortly after the end of the Iran-Iraq war in July 1988 and an incursion into western Iran by the Iranian resistance, the fatwa reads: "It is decreed that those who are in prisons throughout the country and remain steadfast in their support for the Monafeqin (Mojahedin) are waging war on God and are condemned to execution."
Since the Islamic Revolution Iran has been the worst the worst human rights violator in the world. The Ayatollah regime in Iran systematically violates women's rights, LGBT rights, minority rights and children's rights.
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Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is alarmed by a new wave of arrests and interrogations of women journalists since the start of August in Iran. The Islamic Republic is now the world’s biggest jailer of women journalists.
The execution of women is higher in Iran than in any other place in the world and the Iranian regime is a record holder by executing 94 women during six years of Rouhani’s tenure.
In July 2019 alone Iran unprecedentedly executed four wemen in just eight days, including a rape victim Maliheh Salehian from Miandoab was hanged on July 16, 2019, in the Central Prison of Mahabad, in the western Iranian province of Kurdistan.
Amnesty International said that, in the past 30 years, Iran has executed twice as many juvenile offenders, some as young as 12, than any other country. The group cited serious concerns for children — perhaps as many as 90 — on death row who were under the age of 18 at the time of their alleged offences.
It might not surprise you that the media, the UN and even human rights organizations in the West are turning a blind eye to the crimes against humanity committed on a regular basis in Iran.
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