The rewards of reporting crimes in Iran
This is what happens to people who report crimes in Iran
against the government's wishes.
Iran has hanged two men for their role in a robbery and assault that was filmed and posted on YouTube.
The ISNA news agency reported that the two men, both 24, were hanged in
Tehran before a crowd of some 300 people after being convicted of
"moharebe," or waging war against God, a broad charge that is punishable
by death under Iran's interpretation of Islamic law.
The men were sentenced in December after a 37-second video was posted on
YouTube showing four masked men robbing a man and assaulting him with a
long knife or machete.
Two additional men were sentenced as accomplices to 10 years in prison and 74 lashes.
Aren't you proud that the Obama administration decided not to help those who wanted to overthrow the Ayatollahs four years ago?
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