Iranian prison authorities have executed two Ahwazi young in Evin Prison in the Iranian capital Tehran, without allowing them to a fair trial on Wednesday the 28th of September 2016.
Informed sources from the Ahwaz capital quoted that the Iranian regime executed two Ahwazi young, with the charges of “Moharebeh” (warrior with God) and acting against Iran’s national security.
The source added that Mr. Adnan Amory and his cousin Mr. Ali Amory had been brutally tortured by the men of Iranian intelligence service before the execution, pointing out that the Iranian authorities refused to hand over the bodies of the victims to their parents and warned them not to set up a funeral.
In a related context the security authorities have executed seven prisoners from Baluchistan in the Minab city prison on charges of “Moharebeh” (warrior with God) and acting against Iranian’s national security on Tuesday morning, the 27 September 2016.
There is increase in terms of executions in recent times under the rule of the reformists in Iran, where the implementation of the death sentence against 31 people from the non-Persian nations within 20 days.
The non-Persian nations subjected to mass executions since the mullahs’ rule in Iran, trumped-up charges, and unfair trials where fair procedures did not apply even if it is not true.
Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights