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AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL: 23 CHILDREN KILLED IN NOVEMBER UPRISINGS IN IRAN

Amnesty International: 23 Children Killed in November Uprisings

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL: 23 CHILDREN KILLED IN NOVEMBER UPRISINGS IN IRAN

They Shot Our Children:’ Killings of Minors in Iran’s November 2019 Protests details the illegal and brutal actions taken by the Iranian regime against its citizens during last year’s protests, which included using lethal force on children as young as 8 to 12 years old.

On Wednesday, Amnesty International published a report describing the brutal deaths of at least 23 children at the hands of Iranian regime security forces during the November Uprisings last year. ‘They Shot Our Children:’ Killings of Minors in Iran’s November 2019 Protests details the illegal and brutal actions taken by the Iranian regime against its citizens during last year’s protests, which included using lethal force on children as young as 8 to 12 years old.

23 Children Killed in November Uprisings

22 of the victims were boys ranging in age from 12 to 17, and one was a girl who appeared to be between the ages of 8 and 12.

According to the Amnesty report, 22 of the victims were boys ranging in age from 12 to 17, and one was a girl who appeared to be between the ages of 8 and 12. At least 22 of the victims were killed by live ammunition by security forces who illegally opened fire into crowds of unarmed protesters and bystanders during the uprisings.

“In recent months an increasingly gruesome picture has emerged of the extent to which Iranian security forces unlawfully used lethal force to crush last year’s nationwide protests. However, it is still devastating to learn that the number of children who fell victim to this brutality is so shockingly high,” said Philip Luther, Research and Advocacy Director for the Middle East and North Africa at Amnesty International in a briefing about the report.

“There must be independent and impartial investigations into these killings, and those suspected of ordering and carrying them out must be prosecuted in fair trials,” he emphasized.

Amnesty gathered evidence for its report from a number of sources, including videos, photos, death certificates, eyewitnesses accounts, family interviews, and information from local human rights activists and journalists. The report found that ten children died from bullet wounds to the head or chest, which backs up earlier claims from MEK sources that security forces used kill shots when firing on crowds.

Two children died from massive trauma, according to their death certificates. One of the children suffered a “crushed brain and a shattered skull.” The other died from “extensive internal bleeding, and a pierced heart and lung.”

In another case, some reports say that the child was beaten to death by security forces, sustaining massive head trauma in the process. Conflicting reports say that the child was fatally shot multiple times in the face at close range by metal pellets.

The children’s deaths occurred between November 16-18, leading Luther to remark: “The fact that the vast majority of the children’s deaths took place over just two days is further evidence that Iranian security forces went on a killing spree to quash dissent at any cost.”

The report also describes the regime’s attempts to cover up the violent deaths by refusing to hand over the children’s phones to their parents, handing over bodies over victims wrapped in shrouds minutes before their funerals, demanding that families bury their loved ones quickly and quietly, and threatening to kill parents’ surviving children if they spoke out.

“As if the loss of their loved ones was not cruel enough an experience to bear, families of children killed during the protests are facing a ruthless campaign of harassment to intimidate them from speaking out,” said Luther.

According to the MEK, 1,500 people were killed by regime security forces during the November Uprisings and another 12,000 were arrested. MEK sources have reported that many of those arrested during the protests have been tortured.

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Qalibaf the new head of the Iranian regime parliament and ex-commander of the IRGC terrorist force

IRGC Commanders, Suppressors and Terrorists Now in Parliament

Qalibaf the new head of the Iranian regime parliament and ex-commander of the IRGC terrorist force

IRGC Terrorist commander to lead the new regime parliament after the sham election-February 2020

IRGC Brig. Gen. Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf collected most of the votes in Tehran and is now expected to become the Parliament Speaker. He has held a senior official position that has led to acts of terrorism, suppression, warmongering, plunder and theft. He received just 14 percent of the vote and that was only after votes for him were rigged.

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Zarif in Munich

Zarif, Foreign Minister of Iran’s Terrorist Regime Attends Munich Security Conference

Zarif in Munich

Zarif is not welcome in MSC

Zarif is known to have been involved in terrorist operations overseas on behalf of Iran’s terrorist regime. He has been responsible for hiring diplomat terrorists, as well as MOIS agents in the regime’s overseas embassies.

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Iran's meddling

MEK Iran: Regime’s Meddling Across Middle East

Iran's meddling

The Iranian regime’s meddling in the other countries’ affair is an important pillar for its existence.

The Iranian regime is the world’s biggest state sponsor of terrorism. For the past four decades, it has based its foreign policy on expanding throughout the Middle East. Most of its efforts have been centered around Lebanon, Syria, Yemen, and Iraq where the Iranian regime has established and provided extensive support to numerous militia groups.

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Soleimani’s Crimes Revealed by Regime Insider

Former head of IRGC admits the eliminated top terrorist, Soleimani, was a key figure in suppression in Iran

The former head of the IRGC Quds Force, Qassem Soleimani, who was taken out in a US drone strike on January 3, was directly involved in the violent crackdown on Iran’s student protests in 1999 and nationwide protests in 2009, according to Mohammad Ali Jafari, the former commander of the notorious Revolutionary Guards (IRGC).

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The UK House of Lords

Debate in Britain’s House of Lords Focuses on the “Destabilizing” Activities of the Iranian Regime

The UK House of Lords

British’s UK House of Lords

Members of the British House of Lords, the U.K.’s upper chamber in Parliament, debated the recent events in Iran in a sitting on January 30th earlier this year. Several lawmakers referred to the activities of the Iranian regime as “destabilizing” and reminiscent of the events in the U.S.S.R immediately after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.

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Iran one year after

MEK Iran: Regime on Verge of Collapse as Anniversary of 1979 Revolution Approaches

Iran one year after

Iran Protests, sanctions, disaster economy, and low troop morale is crippling mullahs’ regime

February marks the 41st anniversary of the 1979 Revolution and subsequent rise to power of the mullahs’ regime in Iran. The clerical regime stages rallies and events every year in a transparent attempt to boost morale and gloss over the country’s growing international isolation.

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Regime's crises

MEK Iran: Iranian Regime’s Increasing Isolation

Regime's crises

One crisis after the other is taking the regime further and further into a black hole that it cannot get out of.

As time goes on, the Iranian regime is finding itself more and more isolated from the rest of the region and from the rest of the world. No matter what the Iranian regime does, it cannot seem to move forward without coming up against another obstacle.

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US House of Representatives pass a resolution on Iran

MEK Iran: Resolution Passed by US House of Representatives Condemning Regime

US House of Representatives pass a resolution on Iran

The US House of Representatives passes a resolution, condemning the Iranian regime and drawing attention to the regime’s terrorist activities across the Middle East and beyond

House Resolution 752 has been passed by the US House of Representatives. The vote was unanimous.

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Protests in Iraq

Iraqi Protests Intensify amidst Government Crackdown

Protests in Iraq

Iraqi protesters are being suppressed by the Iranian backed militia as they raise their voice against Iranian mullahs’ meddling in their country.

Widespread protests erupted again in Iraq this weekend as angry citizens flooded the streets to demonstrate against government corruption and Iranian meddling in their country’s affairs. The nationwide uprising continued into this week despite a brutal government crackdown on the protesters triggered by influential Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr’s decision to withdraw his support for the protests.

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