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Monday, March 11, 2019

Muslim crowd cheered when 16-year-old Baha'i girl was executed in Iran for blasphemy

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Watch a clip from a Canadian Documentary on the true story of 16 year old Baha'i Mona Mahmudnizhad who was arrested, imprisoned and executed by hanging along with nine other Baha'i women. There only crime being a Baha'i. The Bahá'í Faith is a religion teaching the essential worth of all religions, and the unity and equality of all people.
In Iran, under Sharia law, many non-Muslims are accused of blasphemy and executed by hanging in a public square.
The Western media, the United Nations, the European Union, and many human rights organizations turn a blind eye to crimes against humanity committed under Sharia law in the Islamic Republic of Iran to avoid damaging the image of Islam (a religion of peace).
The sharia regime in Iran executes children for violating Islamic law. According to the Norway-based organization Iran Human Rights (IHR), which closely monitors executions in Iran:
"Despite ratifying the United Nations' Convention on the Rights of the Child which bans the death penalty for offenses committed at under 18 years of age, Iran stays the world's top executioner of juvenile offenders.
According to reports by IHR, Iranian authorities have executed at least 40 juvenile offenders since 2013...Girls as young as nine can be sentenced to execution; for boys it's 15. At least 73 young offenders were executed between 2005 and 2015. And the authorities show no sign of stopping this horrific practice...We have the details of 49 people on Iran's death row who were under 18 at the time of the crime they are alleged to have committed.
The UN says there are at least 160 such people facing execution in the country. In fact, there are likely to be many more young offenders on Iranian death rows, as use of capital punishment in Iran is often shrouded in secrecy."
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The Western world must wake up and put an end to the crimes against humanity committed under Sharia law in the Islamic Republic of Iran.