IRANIAN22 year old in mahsa The demonstrations that started after Amini’s death on September 16 continue. It was stated that Mahsa, who was detained by the Moral Police in Tehran on the grounds that he did not cover up according to the rules, was hospitalized and died after he was beaten, although the Iranian authorities refused. It has been claimed that Mahsa Amini of Kurdish origin, whose first name is ‘Jina’, was detained not only on the grounds of her dress but also because of her ethnic origin. rebel spread to many cities of the country and all over the world.
76 PEOPLE DIE
The death toll in the clashes between the police and the demonstrators in the protests, which entered the second week in Iran led by women, reached 80. Although official figures are different, the Oslo-based Iranian Human Rights organization announced that at least 76 people died. It was stated that at least 1200 people were detained, including activists, lawyers and journalists.
HEAD: CHAOS CANNOT BE ALLOWED
According to Tesnim, Iran’s semi-official news agency, there is a well-known name among those detained. ancient Iran President Hashemi Rafsanjani’s daughter, Faize Hashemi, was detained on the grounds of ‘inciting demonstrators’. While Iranian President Ibrahim Reisi’s statement “No one can be allowed to break the law and cause chaos”, the police announced yesterday that they will resist the protests with “all their strength”.
TEHRAN BOMB IN NORTH OF IRAQ: 13 DEAD
While the suspicious death of MAHSA Amini triggered the Kurdish movement in Iran, yesterday the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Army targeted the centers of Komele and the Iranian Kurdistan Democratic Party (IKDP) in northern Iraq, which is considered a “terrorist organization” in the country. 13 people lost their lives and 58 people were injured in the attack with artillery and UAVs. After the attack, the Iraqi administration summoned the Iranian ambassador in Baghdad to the foreign ministry and announced that a note would be given. to attack UNThere was also a reaction from the ‘s mission in Iraq.