US President Donald Trump joined on Wednesday a Twitter campaign launched by Iranians to protest against the regime's decision to go forward with the execution of three young men who took part in Iran’s November 2019 protests.
Three individuals were sentenced to death in Iran for participating in protests. The execution is expected momentarily. Executing these three people sends a terrible signal to the world and should not be done! #StopExecutionsInIran— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 15, 2020
سه نفر در ایران برای شرکت کردن در تظاهرات محکوم به مرگ شده اند. اعدام آنها در هر لحظه قابل انتظار است. اعدام این سه نفر پیامی اسفناک به دنیا می فرستد و نباید انجام شود. #اعدام_نکنید— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 15, 2020
West urges against executions
Deeply concerned by confirmation of death sentences against 3 young men for participating in last year’s protests in #Iran.— Jeppe Kofod (@JeppeKofod) July 15, 2020
Iran’s continued violation of human rights and use of capital punishment remain of deep concern.
Call on authorities to review the cases.#eudk #dkpol
Sweden strongly opposes the use of the death penalty globally, at all times and in all circumstances. In addition, deeply concerned about recently reconfirmed death sentences of three protesters in Iran.— Ann Linde (@AnnLinde) July 15, 2020
The Iranian regime has committed countless crimes against humanity against our people- tortured & executed so many young, vibrant activists- and yet more rise to fight for freedom and democracy.— Golriz Ghahraman (@golrizghahraman) July 15, 2020
Now Iranians fight to stop the latest executions #اعدام_نکنید #StopExecutionsInIran https://t.co/feItPGey4k