Three Iranian girls — together with a former youngster bride — have been executed Wednesday for murdering their husbands, a humanitarian group reported.
Soheila Abedi, was sentenced to a retribution demise for killing her husband in 2015, 10 years after she had been married on the age of 15, in keeping with the Norway-based group Iran Human Rights. She was executed on the Sanandaj Central Jail, the non-profit stated.
Senobar Jalali was executed in Rajai Shahr Jail on Wednesday and Faranak Beheshti was put to demise in Urmia Central Jail, in keeping with the group.
The circumstances of their alleged home murders have been unclear and the killings weren’t reported by home media or the nation’s Islamic totalitarian authorities, humanitarians stated.
The punishment for Iranians convicted of homicide is set by the sufferer’s households, who can select between execution, blood cash or forgiveness.
No less than 251 prisoners, together with 6 girls, have been executed within the first half of 2022, greater than double the quantity of individuals killed within the first six months of final 12 months, Iran Human Rights stated.