Women's Rights & Movements in IranIran sentences woman to death

Iran sentences woman to death

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Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Oct. 02 – Iran’s State Supreme Court sentenced a woman to death, a state-run daily reported on Sunday. Iran Focus

Tehran, Iran, Oct. 02 – Iran’s State Supreme Court sentenced a woman to death, a state-run daily reported on Sunday.

The woman, only identified by her first name Shahla, was accused of murdering the wife of a famous Iranian football star in Tehran in October 2002.

Shahla had proclaimed her innocence throughout the trial, the daily Sharq wrote. The State Supreme Court upheld the original court’s ruling, which blamed Shahla for the murder of the wife of Nasser Mohammad-Khani.

She faces imminent execution.

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