Monday, September 16, 2019

Iran has executed 2 Christian students without trial

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Mohammadreza Alizamani, age 37, and Arash Rahmanipour, age 20, were both convicted of disruption of order and moharebeh, which means waging war against "God". As part of implementing Sharia laws the Iranian parliament voted in favour of a under Iranian law, entitled "Islamic Penal Code", which codify the death penalty for any male Iranian who leaves the religion of Islam. These young students have charged with “Moharebeh” after the authorities in Iran suspected that they converted to Christianity.
Due to Islam's vague definition, the charges of “Moharebeh” (waging war against God) and “Ifsad fel Arz” or “Corruption on Earth” are used for a wide range of offences.
The regime in Iran uses the death penalty as a tool to suppress and silence a disgruntled society the majority of whom live under the poverty line, are unemployed and deprived of freedom of speech.