Iran's Islamic regime executes an innocent protester silflay as an example to the others

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Iranian champion wrestler Navid Afkari has been executed in Iran, according to Iran's state-run news agency IRNA, despite a high-profile international campaign calling for the sentence not to be carried out.
Before his secret execution Navid Afkari, 27, was subjected to a shocking catalogue of human rights violations and crimes, including enforced disappearance; torture and other ill-treatment, leading to forced “confessions”; and denial of access to a lawyer and other fair trial guarantees.
Iran’s regime holds the infamous record of the world’s top executioner per capita. It also ranks first for most number of juvenile executions in the world. Women are also victims of the death penalty in Iran, with dozens of women hanged in public squares every year.
Sadly, the UN is turning a blind eye to Iran’s regime continued practice of cruel and inhuman punishments.
On March 2019 the Islamic Republic of Iran was appointed to the UN Women's rights committee that judges complaints of women's rights violations.
According to UN, the violations that Iran will judge include:
• Stereotypical attitudes towards role of women.
• Violation of women's rights defenders' freedom of expression & assembly • Deaths & torture of women in custody.
• Impunity for violations of human rights of women.
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