URMIA, IRAN — (09-04-22) — The Islamic Republic of Iran sentenced to death two LGBTQ Rights activists on the grounds of promoting “Homosexual Rights” in the dark age country.

According to Hengaw, an organization that documents human rights violations in Kurdistan, “Zahra Sediqi Hamedani, known as ‘Sareh,’ 31, from Naqadeh, and Elham Chubdar, 24, from Urmia, were sentenced to death by the Revolutionary Court of Urmia in a joint case for the charge of the outrageous ‘Corruption on Earth’ through the promoting of homosexuality.”

The Hengaw Human Rights Organization said that “the sentence has been announced to them in the past few days in the women’s ward of Urmia Central Prison.”

Iran’s regime has executed between 4,000 and 6,000 LGBTQ human beings, since the nation’s Islamic revolution in 1979.

Article by: Paul Goldberg, Staff Writer

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