Iran Hanged Two Men In Connection With Anti-Hijab Protests After Mahsa Amini’s Death

Iran Executes Two Men: Iran has hanged two of its citizens. According to media reports, Iran has decided to hang two people in connection with large-scale anti-hijab protests in the country. According to the Judiciary, two people were hanged after being convicted of killing a member of a paramilitary force during massive anti-Hijab Protests in the country.

After the death of Mahsa Amini, there were widespread protests in Iran. Hundreds of people have died during the anti-hijab protests.

Two people hanged in Iran

According to the report of the judicial news agency Mizan Online, Mohammad Mahdi Karimi and Sayyed Mohammad Hussaini have been hanged on Saturday (January 7) morning. Both of them were blamed for the martyrdom of Ruhollah Ajamian, a member of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard. Both men were sentenced to death in early December and their sentences were upheld by Iran’s top court this week.

More than 500 protesters died

Please tell that 22-year-old Mehsa Amini was arrested by the Morality Police for not wearing the hijab properly. Following Mahsa’s death in September, Iran was thrown into disarray by mass protests. According to human rights activists in Iran, at least more than 500 protesters have been killed so far. At the same time, police officers arrested thousands of people for anti-government protests.

So far 14 people have been sentenced to death.

According to the news agency AFP, since the beginning of protests against Hijab in Iran, courts have sentenced 14 people to death in connection with the demonstrations, four of them have been hanged.

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