Iran Focus: Tehran, Oct. 18 - The Supreme Court has
approved and upheld the execution sentence of 3 teenage boys. The boys who were aged between 15 and 16 years
when they were charged are currently in the Center for Reform and Education (Juvenile Prison) until they turn 18 when they shall be executed. Iran Focus

Tehran, Oct. 18 - The Supreme Court has approved and upheld the execution sentence of 3 teenage boys. The boys who were aged between 15 and 16 years when they were charged are currently in the Center for Reform and Education (Juvenile Prison) until they turn 18 when they shall be executed.

The 3 boys are facing imminent execution along with another 5 teenagers who are also currently on death row.

The Iranian regime had also sentenced a 13-year-old girl to death by stoning this week, however the regime’s state-run news agency yesterday denied the sentencing saying that the girl would have to face prison time instead. The girl was accused of having an incestuous relationship with her 15-year-old brother. Both have denied the accusation. Her exact fate remains unknown.

Last August the regime executed a 16 year-old-girl by the name of Atefeh Rajabi.