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Monday, April 5, 2021

Iranian girl faces deportation back to Iran where she faces death penalty

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As you can see in the video below Iranian human rights activist Zeynab Sahafi has been arrested in Turkey and is facing deportation back to Iran where she is facing the death penalty over her activism to promote women's rights in the Islamic Republic.
The Islamic Republic is now the world’s biggest jailer of women journalists. The execution of women is higher in Iran than in any other place in the world and the Iranian regime is a record holder by executing 94 women during six years of Rouhani’s tenure.
Amnesty International said that, in the past 30 years, Iran has executed twice as many juvenile offenders, some as young as 12, than any other country. The group cited serious concerns for children — perhaps as many as 90 — on death row who were under the age of 18 at the time of their alleged offences.
It might not surprise you that the media, the UN and even human rights organizations in the West are turning a blind eye to the crimes against humanity committed on a regular basis in Iran.
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