Execution of a dead woman in Iran

February 23, 2021
 Iran is second only to China in the annual tables on the use of the death penalty, and it continues to regularly execute nonviolent criminals, particularly drug traffickers, those accused of political crimes and protests, and minors, despite calls for a halt. Iran is second only to China in the annual tables on the use of the death penalty, and it continues to regularly execute nonviolent criminals, particularly drug traffickers, those accused of political crimes and protests, and minors, despite calls for a halt.

Dubai, Diyala Times: - The Iranian woman, Zahraa Ismaili, was standing in line awaiting execution after being convicted of killing her husband, whom she had killed in defense of herself and her daughter.

Zahra Ismaeli stood in line behind 16 men and was forced to watch them during their execution. Before her turn came, she apparently had a heart attack and appeared to be dead.

However, the noose was placed around her neck so that her husband's mother would not be deprived of exercising her right to kick the chair away from under her during the hanging.

The execution was carried out in Rajaei Shahr prison, a known harsh prison in the town of Karaj, 20 miles west of the capital, Tehran.

The woman's husband was an Iranian intelligence official, and they had two children.

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