Islamic Republic of Iran
Practice Relating to Rule 91. Corporal Punishment
The Islamic Republic of Iran’s Islamic Penal Code (1982) states:
Children committing an offence enjoy exemption from legal liability. … When, in case of grave offences, corporal chastisement is considered necessary for the correction of the child committing the offence, the chastisement shall be inflicted in a way that it may not incur the liability of Diyat [monetary compensation under Sharia law].