Iran, sixth protester sentenced to death after the death of Mahsa Amini. Arrests and interrogations for some actresses

There is a sixth sentenced to death for the protests sparked in Iran by the death of Mahsa Aminiarrested for unorthodox wearing of the veil. Tehran’s Revolutionary Court has handed down a new death sentence against a protester accused of having “the intention to kill with a knife to create fear and insecurity in society” during one of processions which have been held in the Asian country for more than two months. This behavior, according to the Sharia law in Irancarries the death penalty, the semi-official news agency reported Tasnim.

The Court’s decision came on the same day as the armed forces Iranians opened fire on the crowd of students of the city’s high schools Dehgolanin northwestern Iran, and the power of attorney he summoned some vip And celebrityincluding personalities from the world of football, to answer for charges of spreading “false, undocumented and inflammatory comments” on social media in support of the protests.

After the summons, the judiciary announced thearrest of the actress Hengameh Ghaziani who had posted a short video in his account Instagramwhile he was at uncovered headwith background music on freedom of women. The subpoena he caught up with other actresses like Elnaz ShakerdoustMithras HajjarBaran Kowsari and Sima Tirandazas well as two former reform MPs – Parvaneh Salahshouri and Mahmoud Sadeghi – and former Persepolis soccer team coach Yahya Golmohammadi.

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