A Teen Girl Carried Out a Suicide by Gallows in Iran

 Wednesday, September 30, 2015 2:01:32 PM

The teen girl Zahra Abadian committed suicide by hanging herself by gallows on September 23, 2015, HRANA said. Zahra, 14-year-old, died as a result of suicide in her brothers'  house on Wednesday.

She had left her father's house after he remarried and was living with her brothers, according to reliable sources.

Today in Iran, nearly 19 divorces register based on the statistics of Iran's Population Census Organization; in some cases it's just painful and costly and sometimes when children are involved, it's very sad. Many couples involve in Iranian Family Courts when forensics office confirmed Injuries signs due to domestic violence. Men and women suffer from violence, experts stated.

In addition, poverty and financial problems Cause the social crisis as self-immolation and suicide; Iran's news agencies have recently reported raising suicide cases due to absolute poverty in the country.

On August 31, 2015, a 59-year-old man had committed self-immolation in the courtyard of the governor's office complex of Songhor city, Kermanshah Province, news agencies said. The victim who has not been identified, attempted suicide by burning his body; the Deputy Head of Politics and Security Governor in Kermanshah said that the tragic event happened because of his housing and tax license shortage.

A couple burned their body because of self-immolation in the city of Kermanshah. The victims, who have three girls 7 to 16-year-old, were burned as a result of self-immolation as suicide through the flammable material, news agencies said. Shahla Taheri, 30, had poured oil on her body and her husband Nariman Balian, 41, to burn themselves as a self-destruction, according to the reports. Shahla lost her life in the hospital a day after she attempted suicide and her husband's life, 80% burned, is still in danger.

Previously, Younes Asakereh, an Arab street vendor and father of two children, who had committed self-immolation has died Sunday earlier morning on March 22, 2015. Mr. Asakereh, 34, had committed self-immolation due to the confiscation of his grocery kiosk by the mayor officials in front of the municipality office in Khoramshahr city.

These cases are only part of the humanitarian disasters caused by the economic crisis in Iran; many experts have believed that International Community has not demanded real improvements in Human Rights, based on their interests in Iran's deal.


By: Kaveh Taheri