Tuesday , 3 August 2021

Seven Prisoners in Imminent Danger of Execution for Drug Offenses

Iran Human Rights – Seven prisoners in Minab Prison (Hormozgan province, southern Iran) are in imminent danger of execution.

Seven prisoners in Minab Prison were reportedly transferred to solitary confinement on Sunday September 25 in preparation for their executions.

According to close sources, the seven prisoners, who range from ages 25 to 30, are on death row for drug related offenses. Close sources identify the prisoners as: Kodabakhsh Balouch, Ali Balouch, Chaker Balouch, Mohammad Mohammad Zehi, Majid Nariman, Mehdi Moradi, and Mohammad Ghourchizadeh.