Whipping is one of the most inhuman sentences issued in Iran
According to the Iranian Human Rights Society, on Tuesday, December 26, 2023. The Zahedan court issued a whipping sentence for a 20-year-old Baloch youth. This Baloch youth was one of the protesters in Zahedan and the reason for arresting this young man was to relocate the protesters in Zahedan.
According to HaalVash, on Saturday, December 23, 2023. Nasser Ahmadzahi, 20 years old, a resident of Zahedan, sentenced to one year in prison and also 70 lashes by the Nouri Zahedan Court. This 20-year-old arrested in November 2022. He interrogated after transferred to Zahedan prison. The reason for his arrest was moving Zahedan protestors to Makki Mosque to participate in Friday prayers. Ahmad Naserzahi is now temporarily released on bail.
The uprising began on September 16, 2022, after the tragic death of Mahsa Amini.
The uprising began on September 16, 2022, after the tragic death of Mahsa Amini. Which happend by the suppressive forces of the Guidance Patrol under the pretext of improper veiling in Tehran. And also continued with the widespread and months-long presence of the people.
Uprising started with the protest against the suppression of women by the Guidance Patrol in Iran. But quickly targeted the entire regime and called for the overthrow of Khamenei in every city and street.
Zahedan Bloody Friday, September 30, 2022. A large number of people killed and also wounded in this city by police and security agents. They shot the people by direct fire on this day in the midst of the nationwide uprising of 2022.
More people arrested and also tortured on this day.
Punishments such as execution, stoning, amputation and also whipping, which jurists consider to be examples of inhumane punishments. They also considered contrary to the judicial culture of the world. But the same laws exist in the Islamic Republic of Iran and sometimes implemented.
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