Could have been any one of us
- Posted by Maryam Namazie
- On August 1, 2007
- 2 Comments
Two Kurdish journalists, Adnan Hassanpour and Hiva Boutimar, have been sentenced to execution for the ‘crime of being Moharebeh’ which means ‘fighting’ religion and the Islamic state.
Meanwhile, 7 more were hung today under a banner stating ‘Implementing Justice = Elevating Security’.
This brings the numbers executed by the Islamic regime of Iran to at least 148. Death penalty offenses include apostasy, blasphemy, adultery, prostitution, treason and espionage.
In other words, these could have been any one of us…