In Iran, the judiciary has pronounced three more death sentences in connection with the system-critical protests. As the Internet portal Misan announced, the convicts are charged with killing three security officers in the city of Isfahan in central Iran in November.
Prison sentences were also imposed on five other men in the trial, including former professional soccer player Amir Nasr-Asadani. He was sentenced to a total of 26 years in prison on three counts.
But even these harsh sentences can no longer stop the protest movement in Iran. On the contrary: Anger at the mullah regime is growing. The dissident demonstrations on Sunday in more than 17 major cities were the largest in more than a month. The nationwide protests were triggered by the death of Jina Mahsa Amini in police custody on September 16, 2022. The Iranian Kurd was arrested by the so-called moral police for violating the Islamic dress code in force in Iran.
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