The regime continues to murder Iranian women after 76th day of uprising
Nurses at Khomeini Hospital in Karaj and Al-Zahra University Hospital in Isfahan demonstrated against the authorities’ failure to keep their promises. On November 30, truck drivers and workers across the country continued their strikes. Protesters held anti-regime rallies in various Tehran neighborhoods as well as in other cities such as Kermanshah, Ardabil, Sanandaj, Arak, Saqqez, Marivan, Qazvin, Sarpol-e Zahab, Zanjan, Mahabad, Javanrud, Gohardasht, Divandarreh, Paveh, Dezful, and others.
More Iranian women are being killed, tortured, and imprisoned
More women are falling victim to the regime’s savagery as the protests continue. Atefeh Naami, a female civil rights activist, was kidnapped and killed by security forces. Atefeh’s bruised and tortured body was discovered in the early hours of November 26 in the doorway of her Karaj residence. On November 28, she was buried in Beheshtabad Cemetery in the presence of her immediate family.
Negin Radfar, 22, was shot twice in the chest during the protests in Sanandaj on November 19. Two days later, Aram Majd, 17, was killed during protests in Qaemshahr, northern Iran. On November 24, Mahak Hashemi, 16, was killed by baton blows to the head in Shiraz. Neda Bayat, who had been detained during protests in Zanjan in the early days of the uprising, was also reportedly killed on November 26.
Rojin (Marzieh) Yusefzadeh was sentenced to 15 years in prison three months after her arrest. On September 17, the 26-year-old Mahabad resident was arrested for carrying a placard bearing Mahsa Amini’s name.
Rojin Yusefzadeh was sent to the notorious Qarchak Prison to serve her sentence. The Revolutionary Court of Kazerun, Branch 102, sentenced Maryam Derisi, a master’s student of English literature at the University of Saveh, to three years in prison.