Islamic Appellate Court Affirms The Appeal Of Three Iranian Dissidents

ICBPS- The Islamic Appellate Court has affirmed the appeal of three Iranian dissidents who were arrested during Iran Protests, and the lawsuit has been delivered to the court of equal rank of Islamic Revolutionary Court in Tehran.

The three detainees Amirhossein Moradi, Mohammad Rajabi, and Saeed Tamjidi were among thousands of protesters across the nation who took to the streets in the November uprising against Ayatollahs in Tehran.

The detained demonstrators were reportedly sentenced to death, prison term, and lashes on the bogus charges of cooperation in nearly harmful armed robbery at night, and cooperating in vandalism and arson with an intent to act against Ayatollahs.

In July, the Islamic judicial authorities halted the executions of the dissidents after a request for a retrial had been accepted by the Islamic Supreme Court., according to one of their lawyers.

Iran, under ruling by the bloodthirsty Mullahs, ranks second in the world after China, ruling by ChicCom, in terms of executions and has “carried out 84 percent of the global total number of executions with Saudi Arabia, Iraq, and Pakistan.

Detainees Flogged And Sexually Abused

The peaceful protesters – who have been arrested during the nationwide 2019 Iran Protests – were savagely flogged, sexually abused, and given electric shocks by the Islamic security agents in a horrific post-protest crackdown.

“In the days following the widespread protests, videos showing the Islamic Republic of Iran’s security forces deliberately killing and injuring unarmed protesters and bystanders sent shockwaves worldwide. Much less visible has been the catalog of cruelty meted out to detainees and their relatives by IRI officials away from the public eye,” according to Amnesty International Diana Eltahawy in a condemning report published on September 2, 2020.

Death penalties have been issued based on torture-tainted “confessions.” Hundreds subjected to grossly unfair trials on so-called national security charges and ambiguous indictment.

  • “Widespread torture including beatings, floggings, electric shocks, stress positions, mock executions, waterboarding, sexual violence, forced administration of chemical substances, and deprivation of medical treatment.”

The Islamic Republic of Iran’s law enforcement, intelligence and IRGC security forces, and wardens have committed, with the complicity of the Islamic judges and prosecutors, a series of shocking human rights violations, including arbitrary detention, enforced disappearance, torture, and other ill-treatment, against those detained in connection with the nationwide protests in 2019.

Islamic law enforcement has experienced in a medieval method of tortures to make detainees confession against themselves.

Over 1,500 people, including 17 juveniles and 400 women, were reportedly arrested during less than two weeks of unrest in mid-November of 2019, the ICBPS was informed.

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