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Iran sentences two LGBTQ+ activists to death for “spreading corruption”

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Two LGBTQ+ activists have been sentenced to death for spreading corruption, according to the Hengaw Organisation for Human Rights.

Zahra Seddiqi Hamedani and Elham Choubdar were found guilty of “spreading corruption on earth” by a court in Urmia, northwest Iran.

The activists were accused of promoting homosexuality and Christianity in the country. They were also said to have communicated with media opposed to the Islamic Republic.

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