Iran MP Who Voted to Execute Protesters at U.N. During Human Rights Talks

People burn an Iranian flag during a demonstration denouncing the death of Mahsa Amini, who died while in the custody of Iranian authorities, outside the U.N. offices in Arbil, the capital of Iraq’s autonomous Kurdistan region, on September 24. Angry demonstrators who have taken to the streets of major cities across Iran could now face the death penalty.

An Iranian member of parliament who voted in favor of executing protesters has arrived in New York for a U.N. General Assembly committee’s meeting.
Demonstrators have flooded the streets in Iran in the weeks following the September 16 death of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Kurdish woman who was arrested by Iran’s morality police and accused of improperly wearing a hijab, or headscarf, while visiting the country.
Amini allegedly was severely beaten while in custody and later died from a fatal head injury. Iranian authorities have not taken responsibility for her death. Earlier this week, the Iranian parliament voted to approve the death penalty for the protesters, who mostly consist of university students and women.

Parliament member Zoreh Elahian, who voted in favor of sentencing the protesters to death, is in New York City to attend a meeting of the General Assembly’s Third Committee. The panel’s agenda deals with social and humanitarian affairs and human rights issues affecting people worldwide, according to Bahman Kalbasi, the U.N. correspondent for the BBC‘s Persian Service.

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Protests have erupted throughout the country of Iran after 22-year-old Mahsa Amini was beaten and subsequently killed by the morality police for not wearing her head covering correctly. The Iranian parliament has just voted to execute 15,000 of the protestors who showed up in favor of women’s rights.

Iranian lawmakers under the leadership of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei have responded to the riots, reportedly voting in favor of executing 15,000 protestors who participated in the women’s rights protests. Iranian Parliament has yet to confirm this development to be true, but we know they advocated for “no leniency” for protestors just days ago.

RELATED: Iran Protesters Refuse to Back Down as 15,000 Face Execution

Nationwide protests continue in Iran for the 53rd straight day, despite nearly 15,000 Iranians having been arrested in connection to the demonstrations and who are now facing the death penalty.
As thousands continue to rally across Iran’s capital city of Tehran, defying a brutal crackdown by Iranian forces, on Tuesday, the country’s parliament overwhelmingly voted in favor of the death penalty for protesters.


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