Iran: Disturbing images from Mahabad


protests against the mullahsDisturbing Images: Iranian Security Forces Shoot People

According to activists, security forces in Iran seized the body of a murdered protester from the hospital and attacked his family.

First shots are heard, then haunting screams.

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that’s what it’s all about

  • Protests against the mullahs’ regime have been going on in Iran for more than two months.

  • This is because an Iranian woman was beaten to death for allegedly not wearing her headscarf correctly.

  • Iranian security forces are said to have seized a body and secretly buried it.

According to activists, security forces in Iran seized the body of a murdered protester from the hospital and attacked his family. According to the Norwegian human rights group Hengaw, members of the notorious Islamic Revolutionary Guard on Friday night at the Shahid Gholi Pur hospital in the western Iranian city of Bukan, “he seized the body of Shahrjar Mohammadi and secretly buried him.”

His family was also shot and “at least five people” were injured, Hengaw told the AFP news agency on Saturday. Also in the city of Diwandarreh in the province Kurdistan According to Hengaw, the security forces fired on the protesters. According to the organization, several people were injured on Saturday.

Funeral of 9-year-old girl sparks protests

Activists accuse Iranian security forces of secretly burying dead protesters to prevent their burial from sparking new anti-Iran protests. The funerals of several young people, including a nine-year-old boy, sparked protests on Friday. According to reports in the media and non-governmental organizations, slogans against Tehran’s rulers were shouted in the cities of Iseh, Tabriz and Mahabad.

According to him, the security forces are said to have used massive violence against protesters, especially in the city of Mahabad. According to Natalie Amiri, ARD’s correspondent in Tehran, the city is under massive fire. There is even talk on social media that the people of Mahabad are being massacred. Mahabad is a Kurdish city in northwestern Iran.

The wave of protests in Iran, which has been going on for two months now, was triggered by the death of the young Kurdish man Mahsa Amini. The 22-year-old was arrested by the so-called moral police because she is said to have worn her Islamic headscarf according to the rules. She died a short time later at the hospital. Tehran is cracking down on the protesters.

Protests in Mahabad on October 27.


Iran blames Western countries

Iran has accused Britain, Israel and the United States, among others, of fomenting the protests. Iran’s Foreign Ministry criticized on Saturday the “deliberate silence of foreign sponsors of chaos and violence in Iran in view of (…) terrorist actions in several Iranian cities.” It is “the duty of the international community” “to condemn the recent terrorist attacks in Iran and not offer extremists a safe haven,” he said.

Ten people, including a woman, two children and a security officer, were killed in two separate attacks in the cities of Iseh and Isfahan on Wednesday, state media and a hospital said. According to the state news agency Irna, two members of the pro-government Basij militia were also stabbed to death in the northeastern city of Mashhad as they tried to intervene against “rioters”.

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