Iran sentences to death 6 ISIS terrorists convicted of carrying out 2017 Tehran attacks
The Revolutionary Court of Iran has sentenced to death six militants belonging to the so-called “Islamic State” (ISIS) after they were found guilty of carrying out the 2017 terrorist attacks in Tehran, Al-Masdar News reported citing Iranian state media.
The state media noted that under the Iranian law, defendants will be able to appeal the verdict within 20 days after their conviction.
On June 7, 2017, a group of four men in women’s clothing opened fire on the Iranian parliament building, causing many deaths in the process. The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Iran confirmed the death of one of the terrorists. As a result of the terrorist attacks, about 20 people were killed and dozens of people were wounded.