According to the Iranian judiciary, they are said to have been responsible for the death of a security officer during the system-critical protests in November.
Two more demonstrators have been executed in Iran. The Iranian judiciary announced on Saturday that Mohammed-Mehdi K. and Sejed-Mohammed H. had been hanged in the early hours of the morning. They are said to have been responsible for the death of a security officer during the system-critical protests in November, according to the judiciary on its web portal Mizan. This increases the number of demonstrators executed in the course of the more than three-month system-critical protests to four.
Demonstrations have been going on across the country in Iran for months after the young Kurd Mahsa Amini died in custody of the vice squad on September 16. The 22-year-old was arrested because she was accused of violating the strict Islamic headscarf regulations for women.