Iran Human RightsMan charged with spying for Israel hanged in Iran

Man charged with spying for Israel hanged in Iran

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ImageAP: An Iranian judiciary spokesman says a man convicted of spying for Israel has been hanged.

The Associated Press

By ALI AKBAR DAREINI

ImageTEHRAN, Iran (AP) — An Iranian judiciary spokesman says a man convicted of spying for Israel has been hanged.

Judicial spokesman Ali Reza Jamshidi says Ali Ashtari was hanged on Nov. 17 after being sentenced to death on June 30 by a revolutionary court in Tehran.

The spokesman said Saturday that Ashtari was found guilty of relaying sensitive information on military, defense and research centers to Israeli intelligence officers.

The 45-year-old electronics salesman worked in supplying military, security and defense centers across the Iran.

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