Online protests in Iran to curb the execution of three young demonstrators

Social network users in Iran launched an online protest on Wednesday to stem the execution of three young people who took part in the protests against the government last year.

Over the past 24 hours, more than two million people have expressed their rejection of the legal measure in Iranian social networks with the hashtag # NoALaEjecution.

“Don’t make death that the sad life of Iranians is even more bitter,” wrote Oscar-winning Iranian film director Asghar Farhadi on his Instagram with the hashtags # StopErjectionsInIran and #NoExecute.

Online protests in Iran to curb the execution of three young demonstrators
Online protests in Iran to curb the execution of three young demonstrators

The protests began after the Justice Department spokesman, Gholam Hussein Ismaili, announced Tuesday that the Supreme Court upheld the death penalty for Amirhossein M., Mohammad R., and Saeed T, although he did not specify when they would be carried out shall be.

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