Mustafa Salimi's death sentence was carried out in Saqez Prison

 This morning, Saturday, April 11th, the death sentence of Mustafa Salimi, a prisoner sentenced to death, was carried out in Saqez Prison.

 The prisoner was transferred to solitary confinement in the past few days to serve his sentence.

 The prisoner escaped from the Saqez prison after the riots. According to Kurdish journalists and human rights activists, he was arrested in the Kurdistan Region after escaping from a prison and then handed over to the Iranian government.

 Mustafa Salimi, was born on June 25th, 1967, was sentenced to 15 years in prison and death sentence by the Saqez Revolutionary Court, presided over by Judge Goodini, on April 5th, 2003 on charges of "membership in Kurdish parties, armed robbery, and moharebeh."

 The prisoner's sentence was upheld by Branch 31 of the Supreme Court, and the prisoner went on a hunger strike several times during his imprisonment to protest the unfairness of his sentence.