Behnam Zare (18) at imminent risk of execution!

Tuesday 5 February 2008 Iran Human Rights: Behnam Zare, convicted of a murder he allegedly committed in 2005, when he was 15 years old, is at imminent risk of execution. His death sentence that was approved by the Supreme Court, is now sent to the section for implementation of the verdict (Ejraaye Ahkam), at Adel abad prison of Shiraz, where Behnam is being held, reported the state-run news agency ISNA today. The news agency, was qouting Behnas’s lawyer Mohammad Mostafaei; who has been defending several of the minors who have been sentenced to death in Iran. Iran has ratified the UN’s convention for the rights of the children, which has forbidden death penalty for the offences committed at under 18 years of age. But in 2007, at least 8 minor offenders were executed in Iran.

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