Another youngster was killed by security after protesting in iran.
A 21 year old man was shot dead during protests in the city of Amol last month by iranian security. As per the reports, One of his relatives has informed BBC Persian.
The 21 year old, Erfan Rezaei was protesting against the compulsory veil tradition in Iran and in a video he was seen tearing down a government poster of the Supreme leader. As per the sources , he died right after that on 21 september.
Farzaneh Barzekar, mother of Erfan Rezaei was told by the officials that Erfan had been admitted to a certain hospital just after the protest, as she said to the reporters.
When she tried looking for her son, the nurses in the hospital refused to cooperate and didn’t tell her where his son was. Later she found the blood soaked clothes of Erfan outside the operating theatre and fainted.
Erfan was shot by a pistol in his shoulder and in the back at a very close range. His family was probably under pressure to say that the protestors killed him.
As per the reports, he died as a result of severe damage to the kidney and his spleen which was caused by the bullets he took. The bullet was fired from a close distance of 5m from a pistol.
Authorities handed over his body to his family 2 days after he died. The family received his dead body only on the condition that they would hold a quiet funeral for him and not hold a public funeral.
According to the estimation of Iran’s human right Activists News Agency (HRANA),248 Protestors, including 33 children have been killed so far by security forces.
The family was forced to say that Erfan was just a bystander who was shot dead by “rioters”.
Also, Erfan’s father was a veteran of iran-iraq war who suffered from exposure to chemical weapons and PTSD (Post-traumatic stress disorder).
A 17 year old boy was also killed by shotgun at the protest of Mashhad on 8th of october.
During the current unrest in Iran, allegedly many other youngsters have been killed by security forces.
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Even the shopkeepers and factory workers are on strike after the rally held in berlin.
After the death of 22 year old Mahsa Amini in custody for alleged not wearing the veil properly, the protests have been growing bigger. Even after that the death of Nika Shakarami, a 17 year old, has fueled the protest.
The dress code for iranian women is so strict that they will get killed for not wearing one properly.
After the mishappenings, young women in Iran and other countries are protesting fiercely against what’s happening in iran. Young women and even men have taken charge , fiercely protesting against government’s rules , removing their headscarves and chanting non government slogans even in front of security forces.
Majid Mirahmadi,deputy interior minister of iran said “the protests are in it’s final days” to the state media.
In Tehran,outside the shahid beheshti university, dozens of students were protesting against the government holding iranian flags and chanting non government slogans. Among them,the female students did not wear any headscarves.
At Tabiz university of medical science,students clapped and chanted slogans during the protest .
Currently, Iran is accusing the US of trying to gain concessions in talks during ongoing protests in iran.
In Berlin, the organisers of the mass rally asked the democratic countries to stop negotiating with islamic republic iran.
Iranian climber, Elnaz Rekabi did not wear a veil during competition in seoul,south korea. Later, she said that the veil came off on its own and she had no plan to remove it. But the media and people believe that she was forced to say it.