| 07.02,17. 08:36 AM |
Stoning to death punishment in 21st century
By Hassan Mahmoudi
A criminal court in Iran’s Eastern province of Lorestan sentenced a woman and a man to be executed by stoning for alleged illegitimate relation found in “Grab Clip” file. The stoning penalty of the woman, identified by the initials “S.M” and man identified by “KH.A” was first reported on the official Persian-language Iranian website called“Kash kan” on Saturday, Feb, 4th 2017.
toning to death refers to a method of execution in which an organized group throws stones or rocks at the person they wish to execute, The gruesome penalty, in which the victim is buried up to their shoulders.
Most frequently asked questions was Indeed, who made stoning to death an official practice in the last two decades of the Twentieth Century?
Indeed, the Iranian regime serves as the founder, the patron and the guide for fundamentalism in the world today.
Iran is believed to have imposed death by stoning on at least 150 people since the Islamic Revolution in 1980, according to the International Committees against Execution and Stoning.
In 2002 after international pressure and global activities of the National council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), the Head of the Judiciary of Iran, mandated that stoning would no longer be practiced in Iran; but the laws were never officially removed from the penal code.