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Islamic Revolutionary Court

Summary
Islamic Revolutionary Court (also Revolutionary Tribunal, Dadgahha-e Enqelab) (Persian: دادگاه انقلاب اسلامی) is a special system of courts in the Islamic Republic of Iran designed to try those suspected of crimes such as smuggling, blaspheming, inciting violence or trying to overthrow the Islamic government. The court started its work after the 1979 Iranian Revolution. Jurisdiction The jurisdiction of the Revolutionary Courts, as amended in 1983, encompasses #All of the offenses against the internal and external security of the Country, combating and behaving in a corruptly manner on the earth. #Uttering slander against the Founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Honorable Leader. #Conspiracy against the Islamic Republic of Iran or carrying arms, use of terrorism, destruction of building against the Islamic Republic. #Engaging in espionage for aliens. #All crimes involving smugglings and narcotic items. #The cases pertinent to Article 49 of the Constitution of Ir
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