Iran Roundup for December 5th: Khomeinist Regime Jailers Flog 80-year-old Woman, Mother of Deceased Political Prisoner
Added 12-05-19 08:41:01pm EST - “By Editors of? The Free Iran Herald? Updates on events unfolding in Iran ? Salbi Marandi, an 80-year-old woman, and mother of a deceased political prisoner, was whipped 70 times on November 28th in the northwestern city of Khoi's…” - Thegatewaypundit.com
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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Thegatewaypundit.com: “Iran Roundup for December 5th: Khomeinist Regime Jailers Flog 80-year-old Woman, Mother of Deceased Political Prisoner”. Below is an excerpt from the article.
Marandi’s son was Behrouz Zinal-Nejad, a political prisoner who died last year in Khoi Prison, five days after he went on hunger strike. The regime declared his death a suicide, but his mother and sister disagreed, said that he had been murdered, and argued vehemently with a regime judge and Khoi prison staff-members. As a result, both Salbi Marandi and her daughter Atefeh were sentenced to eight months of imprisonment and 70 lashes, each.
Flogging is considered a form of torture under international law.
Pouya Bakhtiari (right) was one of the young protesters killed in Iran in recent weeks at the hand of the Khomeinist regime guards, seen here with his father, Manouchehr Bakhtiari
Iranians, and others, worldwide were stunned by the video showing the graphic killing of 27-year old Pouya Bakhtiari by Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) soldiers, while standing with his mother and sister at a protest in Karaj on November 17th. Now, after regime leader Khamenei has authorized the payment of compensation funds to the families of “nonviolent offenders” killed during the protests, Bakhtiari’s family has refused to accept the money.
The father of Pouya Bakhtiari, a protester whom authorities shot in the head, thanks Reza Pahlavi for calling to express condolences. pic.twitter.com/uk5OVyJUt3
— Amir Toumaj (@AmirToumaj) December 5, 2019
Just before being shot during protests in #Iran, Pouya Bakhtiari made this video.
Keep his memory alive. pic.twitter.com/YplD0D5KcN
— Amnesty Iran (@AmnestyIran) December 2, 2019
— Department of State (@StateDept) December 5, 2019
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