Iran’s regime has executed another participant in the “Woman. Life. Freedom” protests.

Milad Zohrevand (pictured), 21, was hanged at dawn in a prison in Hamadan in western Iran, said Kurdish human rights group Hengaw on Thursday.

Zohrevand is the eighth person executed in the regime’s crackdown on the demonstration that followed the September 2022 death of Mahsa Amini — detained and reportedly beaten by “morality police” — in police custody in Tehran.

Zohrevand received no prior notification that his killing was imminent and was not granted a final meeting with his family.

Iran’s judiciary and the Hamedan prosecutor said on November 13 that the Supreme Court had “confirmed the retribution sentence” against a defendant accused of killing Ali Nazari, a member of the intelligence service of the Revolutionary Guards.

The last protest-related executions were on May 19, when Saleh Mirehashemi, Majid Kazemi, and Saeed Yaqoubi were hanged in Isfahan in central Iran.

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