Death sentences for unidentified "moharebs"

The last trial for five people arrested on Ashura who were sentenced to 'moharebeh' (enmity with God) and having links to the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran and monarchist groups was held in the Revolutionary Court on Saturday.
In this trial, three people were charged with moharebeh by the Prosecutor and according to the Islamic Penal Court, the death sentence has been determined for them.
This is while there is no information on their identities and there is fear that they will be executed in secret.
Yesterday, Daily News Website disclosed the identity of one of them identifying him as Omid Dana, a 26-year-old man who was arrested in the protests on Ashura. He has been reportedly sentenced to death on the basis of a film that was displayed in the court. (Peik-e-Iran Website – Feb. 20, 2010)


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