According to Balochistan Human Rights Group Today, Wednesday, May 24, 2023, Amnesty International announced in its latest report about the verdicts issued against protesters in Iran, that there are at least seven people sentenced to death among these people.

In a letter addressed to the head of the Islamic Republic of Judiciary, Amnesty International  warned about the imminent danger of executions in connection with the protests, adding that dozens of other people are also at risk of being sentenced to death.

The seven people who have been warned by Amnesty International about their imminent execution are: Ebrahim Naroi, Kambiz Khorot, Manouchehr Mehmannawaz, Mansour Dehmardeh, Mohammad Qabadlou, Mujahid (Abbas) Korkur and Shoaib Mirbalochzahi Rigi.

Brahim Naroi, Kambiz Khorot, Mansour Dehmardeh and Shoaib Mirbalochzahi Rigi are four Baloch youths who Amnesty International said earlier that the interrogators subjected these people to severe tortures, including sexual violence, in order to obtain “forced confessions” and for example Mansour Dehmardeh They beat him so much that his teeth and nose were broken, and needles were inserted into Ibrahim Naravi’s genitals.

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