“Houshang Rezaie”Sentenced to death

On 18,June,2010”Houshang Rezaie”from Nahavand city in eastern Kurdistan,was by the Iranian Intelligency Agency and transferred to section 209 of Evin Prison in Tehran.‌

On may 2012 he was transferred to Rajaishahr prison,section 209,After 18 months of interrogation and torture.
He was sentenced to death in Branch 28 of the Revolutionary Court under the chairmanship of “Judge Moghiseh” on charges of “moharebeh through membership in one of the opposition parties of the government,” Komalah, sentenced to death verbally in the “Raja’i Shahr prison of Karaj” In the process of being prosecuted, he was deprived of the right to volunteer attorneys and his trial was based on allegations made by the security forces of the Ministry of Intelligence to the judge of the case.
he was transferred to the Rajaishahr prison in Karaj,After about one and a half years imprisonment departments of 209 and 350,in Evin prison.

The Supreme Court of Iran has not yet responded to the request for the restoration of Hushang Reza’i’s trial.
This political prisoner has been denied access to a lawyer in the past years to pursue his case, and his parents are not able to meet him weekly due to their age and living in the city.
The security authorities, by filing and indicating the accusations against him, have been subjected to torture and severe physical and psychological pressure to force him to accept these allegations. ”
Houshang Rezaie is distressed, but health officials in Evin Prison, after a few years of his arrest, refused to treat the political prisoner.

According to the Iranian population, this country has the first place in the world to execute its citizens. Execution in Iran is included in the law.

The crimes that are punishable by the law for which they have been foreseen for execution include murder, rape, sexual harassment of children, sodomy, mosque (if it is repeated), drug trafficking, armed robbery, kidnapping and the crime of Moharebeh Baḵdah and Afsad Fialarz (charged mainly to political prisoners) They are).

According to the Kurdistan Human Rights Human Rights Center, in 2010, 446 people were executed in the prisons of the Islamic Republic of Iran, of which nearly 20% of the executed, 86 of whom were Kurdish citizens.

31 of the executed were hanged by the Islamic Republic of Iran; 9 of these executions were in eastern Kurdistan, accounting for nearly 30% of executions carried out in the eastern part of Kordestan.

In 2016, 44 people were executed on charges of moharebeh and corruptors in Iran, 30 of them executed for political and security reasons, of which 27 were Kurdish citizens.

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