Iran hangs man convicted of spying for Israel

Iran recently hung one of seven spies convicted of supplying Israel with secrets on Iran’s nuclear programs, and the regime’s courts sentenced another suspect to death by hanging for “counter-revolutionary activities.” According the French news agency AFP Iran has carried out 171 death sentences over the last year for a wide range of crimes like drug dealing, rape, adultery, and anti-revolutionary activities.

It appears that the death sentences were a response to Iran’s frustration over the sabotage inflicted on their nuclear program. Iran’s drive towards a nuclear bomb has been severely damaged by factors including the stuxnet virus – which is said to have set Iran’s nuclear program back by two years – as well the assassination of two senior Iranian nuclear scientists.  No one has taken credit for these attacks but Iran has laid the blame on Israel.


Author: afarkas | December 28, 2010
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  • Jeffrey
    August 4, 2011
    6:11 pm
     

    May G_d bless this mans family, and remind them that G_d will ruin Iran in the years to come..nukes or no nukes they LOSE

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  • Jan
    January 3, 2011
    6:34 am
     

    Surpressing both external as well as internal oposition simply demonstrates the insecure nature of the Iranian leadership.

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