Transferring a Child-Bride to the Solitary Confinement in Qarchak Varamin Prison to Execute the Death Sentence


The sentence of Samira Sabzian’s dead sentence, the child-bride who was sentenced to self-retribution (execution) for the murder of her husband, is scheduled to be executed on Wednesday. She has her last meeting with her two children.

According to the Campaign for the Defense of Political and Civil Prisoners, the dead sentence of Samira Sabzian, a child-bride who was sentenced to self-retribution (execution) for the murder of her husband, is scheduled to be implemented in Qarchak Varamin prison (Ray city) on Wednesday, December 13th, 2023.

According to this report, Samira’s two children met her for the first and last time before she was transferred to prison quarantine.
The Iranian Human Rights Organization calls on the international community and people around the world to use all their power to save Samira’s life.

Mahmoud Amiri-Moghadam, the director of this organization, said: “Like many women sentenced to death, Samira is a victim of the gender apartheid system in the Islamic Republic. At this point, only strong international reactions and widespread campaigns can save her life. We call on all the governments that have diplomatic relations with the Islamic Republic to insist on stopping the execution of Samira before it is too late.

Samira Sabzian got married at the age of 15 and was a child-bride.
According to reports received by Iran Human Rights Organization, at the time of the murder, Samira Sabzian two children were aged 7 years and 6 months.

Samira was arrested on this charge about 10 years ago and has been deprived of seeing her children all this time. For the first time in these years, she met her children for the last meeting before the execution.

Informed sources told Iran Human Rights Organization: “Samira had refused to meet her children, who are now about 17 years old and 10 years old, hoping to get consent from her husband’s parents, because her husband’s parents said that she should not claim custody of her children.

In 2016, Iranian media reported the trial of a woman named Samira, who had murder of her husband when she was 19 years. According to this report, at the time of the murder, she had two children, and after his arrest, the custody of these two children was given to their father relatives. According to the sources of the Iranian Human Rights Organization, the age of Samira’s children was probably incorrectly stated in the Rokna report.

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