Home News The execution of Mohsen Shakari, the first protester to be sentenced to death by the regime, angered Iranians

The execution of Mohsen Shakari, the first protester to be sentenced to death by the regime, angered Iranians

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“Death to the dictator!” » In Tehran, in the neighborhood where Mohsen Shekari lived, anti-regime slogans were chanted, a few hours after his death, on the evening of Thursday, December 8. Several groups of people held a rally to protest the execution of this 23-year-old protester, the first to be sentenced to death, after a legal procedure denounced as a show trial by human rights organizations.

He was arrested during a demonstration

The young man had been arrested during a demonstration for blocking a road and injuring a paramilitary. On the night of Thursday to Friday, the demonstrators took to the street where he was arrested, chanting “They took our Mohsenna and brought back his body”According to a video clip published by the media on the Internet, 1,500 deportations.

sequel after announcement

Protests in Iran: If you kill two, thirty will replace them

Mohsen Shakari was buried twenty-four hours after his execution, in the presence of some of his family members and security forces, in the Behesht-e-Zahra cemetery in Tehran, according to the same website. The announcement of the facts drew multiple condemnations abroad as well as by the United Nations.

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