On August 10, 2022, prison officials executed four inmates in Arak Prison.
Earlier, HRANA, the news agency of Human Rights Activists, had reported the execution of one of these inmates identified as 37-year-old Mehdi Noor-Karami (Variation: Noor- Ghadami).
According to HRANA, four inmates were executed in Arak Prison.
HRANA has identified one of the inmates as Mehdi Noor-Karami (Noor-Ghadami), age 37.
An informed source close to Noor-Karami’s family told HRANA that in 2018, Noor-Karami was arrested for drug-related crimes and sentenced to death.
Prior to execution, these inmates were not granted phone calls or family visits.
These executions have not been reported by official sources and media outlets inside Iran so far.
On August 10, 2022, an inmate convicted of drug-related crimes was executed in Arak Prison and another was executed in Langerud Prison in Qom.
According to HRANA, the news agency of Human Rights Activists, prison officials at Arak Prison executed an inmate who was convicted of drug-related crimes.
HRANA has identified the individual as Mehdi Noor-Karami (Ghadami), 37.
Haal Vsh also reported the execution of an Afghan nation identified as Hossein Alizadeh, age 21, in Langerud Prison in Qom. Alizadeh was convicted of murder.
These executions have not been reported by the official sources and media outlets inside Iran so far.
The most recent report from the Statistics and Publication Center of the Human Rights Activists in Iran (HRA) states that between January 1 of 2021 and December 20 of 2021, at least 299 citizens, including four juvenile offenders, were executed. In addition, 85 citizens were sentenced to death in this period.
As the report points out, Iran’s judicial authorities do not publicly announce over 88% of executions. These unreported executions are known as “secret executions” by human rights organizations.