Regime sentences 20-year-old student to moharebeh

In a trial held on Wednesday which was the fourth trial for those arrested on Ashura (Dec. 27, 2009) five defendants were put on trial.
Tehran's Prosecutor , Farahani, charged a 20-year-old Damghan University student to 'moharebeh (enmity with God), being corrupt on earth, gathering and conspiring to commit crimes against national security, spreading propaganda against the government and insulting senior officials', in the indictment.
According to the laws of the Islamic Republic, the charges of 'corruption on earth' and 'enmity with God' are punishable by death. (Committee of Human Rights Reporters – Feb. 3, 2010)


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