Report: Jew set to be executed in Iran gets a month's stay

The Jew, Arvin Ghahremani, was involved in a brawl with a non-Jew who died from the fight. At the moment, the victim's family refuses to accept an indemnity in lieu of execution.

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Arvin Nathaniel Ghahremani, a 20-year-old Jew sentenced to death for killing a non-Jew with whom he had an altercation, has reportedly had a stay of his execution for one month, according to Kann 11 News reporter Roi Kais.

The family of the victim has thus far refused to accept an indemnity in lieu of execution of Ghahremani.


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