In another crime, Ali Jomeh Mohammadi was executed after serving 20 years in prison.
A large crowd of Izeh people attended his funeral to say goodbye to him.
Ali Jumeh Mohammadi from Gururi tribe was executed yesterday after serving 20 years in prison.
The human rights center of “No to Prison- No to Execution”, January 20, 2022- Ali Jumeh Mohammadi, from the Gururi tribe of Izeh, who had been sentenced to death for murder 20 years ago, was executed on Wednesday, January 19. His funeral was held in the presence of a large crowd of Izeh people on January 20.
Ali Jumeh Mohammadi executed on January 19, was reportedly arrested 20 years ago after a tribal dispute and sentenced to death on murder charges.
Considering the execution of Ali Jumeh Mohammadi, at least 297 prisoners have been executed since the beginning of Persian year 1400 (March 21, 2021).
It is worth noting that at least nine prisoners have been executed in the past three days.
The Iran’s judiciary, notwithstanding all international law, has not only, not overturned or suspended the death sentence, but issues death sentence for any type of murder, regardless of the circumstances and motivations.
According to government agencies and media, many of these murders have no reason other than poverty and institutionalized corruption in the society, which is caused by the same government that issues and executes death sentences.
According to the Statistics Center of the Human Rights Center of “No to Prison- No to Execution”, at least 350 executions were carried out in Iran in 2021. According to these statistics, an average of one execution was carried out daily.