Grand Ayatollah Mahmoud Hashemi Shahroudi died on Monday at age 70, in Tehran’s Khatam al-Anbiya hospital.
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According to ISICRC — Shahroudi was responsible for at least 2,000 deaths according to human rights groups. As head of the Khomeiniist Regime’s judiciary between 1999 and 2009, Shahroudi’s notorious human rights violations and intense repression. The de facto murder of Iranian-Canadian journalist Zahra Kazemi in 2003 and the imprisonment and torture of esteemed journalist/intellectual Siamak Pourzand were among the many horrific cases of torture and executions that occurred under Shahroudi’s watch.
Ayatollah Shahroudi has a long history of human rights violations.
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