Execution of Jewish man in Iran postponed for a month

Iran postponed for a month the execution of Arvin Nathaniel Ghahremani, a 20-year-old Jewish man from the city of Kermanshah in Iran, which was supposed to take place on Monday. Ghahremani was convicted of the murder of a Muslim man about two years ago, the Jewish community in Iran was informed. Efforts to prevent the execution continued until the last minute through international organizations and, in addition, Ghahremani's family members put pressure on the relatives of the deceased victim, so that the death sentence could be commuted to a ransom.
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