Political prisoner Shahab Nadali accused of “treason” and sentenced to death
According to the Iranian Human Rights Society, on Saturday, February 10, 2024, political prisoner Shahab Nadali sentenced to death in Branch 26 of Tehran Revolutionary Court on the charge of “treason”. According to Dadban website, this sentence issued on January 8, 2024 by Judge Iman Afshari.
The court order issued by Branch 26 of the Tehran Revolutionary Court, Shahab Nadali charged with treason and sentenced to death on charges of “membership in opposition groups of the country”,. And also connection with the People’s Mojahedin and armed cooperation with them. There is no information about the details of his case.
According to this report, this is the verdict of the court of first instance, and Shahab Nadali and his lawyer objected to this verdict and also submitted an appeal request to the Supreme Court. But the Supreme Court has not yet given an answer.
Shahab Nadali, born in 1983, a native of Hamedan, is a worker, married and the father of a 12-year-old daughter. He arrested on June 7, 2023 in Hamadan. He then transferred to Evin prison. On Tuesday, September 18, 2023, Mr. Nadali started a hunger strike in Evin prison to protest his indecision.
It should be noted that a number of political and ideological prisoners in Iran’s prisons are at risk of execution.
Execution is a tool of government repression to intimidate the society
Government leaders use execution as the most important tool for suppressing and intimidating society. They try to prevent the resurgence of uprisings by increasing the number of executions. The government leaders also strongly suppress any gathering related to condemning executions and even prevent the gathering of the families of those condemned to execution.
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