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Protesters gathered on Molavi Street in Urmia (northwest). They released one of the suppressive forces’ detained youths while chanting “Shame on you! You should be ashamed!” They also stripped one of the SSF of his uniform and set fire to several of the special unit’s motorcycles.
On the ninth day of the nationwide uprising, Saturday, September 24, protests spread to various cities and universities. People demonstrated in various districts of Tehran, chanting, “This year is a year of sacrifice. Seyyed Ali (Khamenei) will be deposed.” People at High way Park blocked the streets by lighting fires, and in Nazi Abad, south of Tehran, youths clashed with repressive forces.
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Despite the heavy presence of security forces, protesters continued their rallies and defied the regime’s repressive forces. Protesters in Sanandaj resisted state security forces with bare hands and rocks.
On Thursday, September 22, people took to the streets in cities across Iran for the seventh consecutive day of anti-regime protests. In Tehran, a large crowd gathered on Keshavarz Blvd and chanted, “The supreme leader is a disgrace,” referring to regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei. These protests began following the death of Mahsa Amini. On Tuesday, September 13, a 22-year-old woman from the Kurdistan Province city of Saqqez was arrested by the regime’s so-called “Guidance Patrol” at the Haqqani Highway entrance and transferred to the “Moral Security” agency.
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Locals in Marivan of Kurdistan province in western Iran launched a general strike protesting the killing of Mahsa Amini by the regime’s so-called “morality police” – on September 19, 2022
The killing of Mahsa Amini, 22, by the regime’s so-called “morality police,” under the outrageous pretext of “improper hijab,” has sparked protests in various Iranian cities. After Mahsa Amini’s arrest and transfer to a police station, more people became incensed over her horrific killing, which resulted in protests escalating on Sunday in Tehran, Sanandaj, Mahabad, and Karaj.
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“Women prisoners who break the rules of the prison are sent to the Aminabad sanatorium. Death row inmates are secretly executed, prisoners starve and suffer from lack of hygiene,” the report reads.
Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old woman, died on September 15 after suffering terrible beatings while being held by the morality police for not being “improperly veiled.” The tragic death of Mahsa is just the most recent example of the appalling misogynistic conditions that Iranian women must endure. A recent report from the Iran Human Rights Society (IranHRS) contains some shocking details about the appalling treatment of female prisoners in the Varamin, close to Tehran, Qarchak prison. The prison, which is a facility for punishing inmates, has a division for more severe punishment.
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Freedom-loving Iranians and supporters of the Iranian opposition PMOIMEK rallied in New York and condemned the murder of Mahsa Amini by the regime ruling Iran – on September 18, 2022.
Iranians who value freedom and members of the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) held protests on Saturday in numerous European cities, New York, and Toronto to denounce the death of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old who was severely beaten by the regime’s “morality police” before passing away from severe brain damage on Friday. In addition, the MEK supporters urged the US government to refuse President of the Iranian regime Ebrahim Raisi a visa for next week’s UN General Assembly.
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Families of death row inmates, mostly for drug-related offenses, have been protesting for several days in front of the regime’s judiciary to stop the regime from carrying out mass executions.
Human rights violations and acts of repression have increased in Iran since Ebrahim Raisi became president last year, as has the number of executions. More than 5000 people have been sentenced to death in Iran, according to human rights organizations. Twelve prisoners were executed on September 6, and another 10 prisoners were hanged on September 7 in Minab, Bandar Abbas, and Gohardasht prisons. The regime’s henchmen also hanged a 22-year-old prisoner, Ghafoor Nejatpour, in Gonbad Kavoos prison on September 8.
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The execution of Navid Afkari was commemorated on September 12 for the second time. A champion who was detained following significant anti-regime protests in 2018.
wrongfully accused of murder and hanged despite international outrage. Tuesday, as they attempted to visit Navid’s grave, Navid’s mother, sister Elham, and brother Habib were forcibly detained by security personnel. Iran’s regime routinely denies its victims’ families, primarily those of killed political prisoners, the opportunity to hold funerals and pay respect to their loved ones, and it has a history of harassing and repressing the families of martyrs.
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Many regime officials in Iran are concerned about the status quo and a possible new outburst of nationwide protests.
Today, the mullahs face a tsunami of economic, social, and political crises within the country, aside from the increasing international isolation. The regime’s inability to contain domestic dilemmas and internal political disputes is a direct result of such troubling circumstances. Following a series of disqualifications of figures previously thought to be very close to his own inner circle, Iranian regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei attempted to bring these matters under control by appointing Ebrahim Raisi as his regime’s president.
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Raisi is not only credibly implicated in both torture and extrajudicial killing, but he is also one of the worst known violators of human rights anywhere in the world who is still serving in government, having faced no meaningful consequences for his crimes.
Time is running out to act on the recommendations of countless Iranian expatriates and supporters of Iran’s pro-democracy Resistance movement regarding the Iranian regime’s president, Ebrahim Raisi’s prospective attendance at the opening of the United Nations General Assembly’s 77th session.500 Iranian academics, scientists, and other professionals recently signed a statement reiterating those recommendations. The message was sent to the White House on Thursday, urging President Biden to deny entry visas to Raisi and his delegation.
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The censure in question was based on Tehran’s refusal to cooperate with an investigation into the past military dimensions of Iran’s nuclear program, rather than on systematic violations of the JCPOA’s terms.
On Wednesday, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) published a new report on Iran’s nuclear activities, while Western signatories to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) expressed growing skepticism about the prospects for reviving the deal, which sought to extend Iran’s “breakout time” for a nuclear weapon. Even with its current capabilities and existing supplies of 60 percent enriched uranium, the regime can now produce 25 kg of weapons-grade uranium – more than enough for one nuclear weapon – in three to four weeks, according to experts.