Though enemies that have long sought to weaken Iran's stability and security have popped up to make bogus allegations, the Iranian legal system has fairly found these terrorists guilty of wrongdoing. They have been held accountable for planning and carrying out an attack against bystanders and police forces in Isfahan to disrupt national security in cooperation with the Albania-based MKO terrorists.
This is just the latest execution carried out against anti-government demonstrators, as the Islamic Republic's killing machine has been at full throttle to create societal fear in the nation. The death penalty is the regime's ultimate tool of intimidation and oppression to maintain its iron grip on power, and the rest of the world must simply do more in order to stop Iran’s regime.
While many Western states are quick to make false accusations about atrocities in Iran, it's they that — ironically — continue to violate human rights. From the UK banning environmental rallies to the French government responding to its people’s demonstrations with police violence, the West is blind to its own wrongdoings.
There's a 50% chance that Iran will cease to be an Islamic Republic by April 2037, according to the Metaculus prediction community.