Research by the Kurdistan Human Rights Network (KHRN) across Iranian Kurdistan shows that Iranian forces killed at least 12 protesters, wounded 375 and arrested 530 during protest rallies over the killing of 22-year-old Mahsa (Zhina). amini.
During protest rallies in Orumiyeh, Oshnavieh, Piranshahr, Divandarreh, Saqqez, Dehgolan and Kermanshah, anti-riot and paramilitary Basij forces killed at least 12 protesters over the killing of Mahsa (Zhina) Amini.
The identities of these civilians are Farjad Darvishi, Mohsen Mohammadi, Fereydoun Mahmoudi, Reza Lotfi, Zakariya Khyal, Foad Ghadimi, Minou Majidi, Danesh Rahnema, Sadraddin Litani, Milan Haghighati, Amin Marefat and Abdollah Mahmudpour.
This included three children; Marefat, Mahmudpour and Khiyal were 16 years old.
Also, reports from Eslamabad-e Gharb and Ilam indicate that at least two protesters were killed in last night’s protests in those cities. However, due to internet disruptions and the militarization of these cities, KHRN has not yet been able to access reliable sources on these cases.
The KHRN investigation and the interviews it conducted with more than 100 eyewitnesses in the cities of Orumiyeh, Oshnavieh, Salmas, Sardasht, Piranshahr, Naqadeh, Bukan, Takab, Saqqez, Divandarreh, Bijar, Qorveh, Baneh, Sanandaj, Marivan, Kamyaran, Dehgolan led, Kermanshah, Eslamabad-e Gharb, Iwangharb, Abadanan and Paveh suggest that the anti-riot and Basij forces injured at least 375 protesters.
At least 13 children were among the wounded.
According to eyewitnesses, dozens of people injured in these protests refused to go to medical centers for fear of being arrested by security forces.
Statistics collected by the KHRN also show that the security forces arrested at least 530 protesters during this period, including at least 150 injured.
The arrested civilians were taken to detention centers run by the Security Police, the Ministry of Intelligence and the Intelligence Organization of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).
Information on the 12 civilians killed:
- Mohsen Mohammadi, from Divandarreh, was wounded by anti-riot forces during protests in the city on September 19. He died the next day due to the severity of his injuries at Kowsar Hospital in Sanandaj.
- Fereydoun Mahmoudi, 33, a father of two from Saqqez, was shot dead by anti-riot forces on September 19 during protests in the city.
- Reza Lotfi, who was from Dehgolan, was shot dead by anti-riot forces on September 19 during protests in the city.
- Farjad Darvishi, 23, was from Balu Village in Orumiyeh. On September 20, he was shot dead by anti-riot forces during a protest in Valiasr neighborhood of Orumiyeh.
- Zakariya Khiyal was a 16-year-old child from Piranshahr. He was killed by anti-riot forces on the streets of Piranshahr on September 20.
- Minou Majidi, 55, was a mother of three and was from Kermanshah. She was killed by anti-riot forces on Nobahar Street in that city.
- Foad Ghadimi, 39, was from Divandarreh and is the father of two children. He was injured on September 19 during popular protests in the city and died after being hospitalized for two days at Kowsar Hospital in Sanandaj.
- Danesh Rahnema, 25, was from the Balu village of Orumiyeh. He was killed by Basij troops on September 21 during protests in his village.
- Abdollah Mahmudpour, 16, was from the Balu village of Orumiyeh. He was killed by Basij troops on September 21 during protests in his village.
- Amin Marefat, 16, was from Oshnavieh. He was killed by anti-riot forces during protests in that city on September 21.
- Milan Haghigi, 21, was from Oshnavieh. He was killed by anti-riot forces during protests in that city on September 21.
- Sadraddin Litani, 27, was from Piranshahr. He was killed by anti-riot forces during protests in that city on September 21.
The names of those arrested in different cities of Kurdistan:
Sanandaj: Zhina Modarres Gorji (suffragette), Sarya Sharifi (civil rights activist), Faranak Rafiei (civil rights activist), Baran Saedi (civil rights activist), Gashin Mohammadi (suffragettes), Mahrou Hedayati (civil rights activist), Azadeh Jamaati (civil rights activist), Bahar Zangiband (civil rights activist), Rezan Ahmadi (civil rights activist), Rozhan Ghaderi (artist), Soraya Khedri (civil rights activist), Nasser Golparipour (father of executed Kurdish political prisoner Habibollah Golparipour), Shahriar Oskoui (athlete), Mozaffar Salehnia (labour activist), Amir Gholami (filmmaker), Farhad Sanandaji (Filmmaker), Mohammad Abdollahpour, Kaveh Karimi, Shoja Roshan, Lotfollah Ahmadi (Labor Activist)
Kamyaran: Hadi Kamangar (civil rights activist), Sirvan Moradi (civil rights activist), Omid Nazarian (civil rights activist), Datam Heshadast, Leila Ghaluzi, Mohammad Mehdizadeh, Zanyar Sabouri, Ako Hosseini, Hamid Yousefi, Milad Kamangar, Anvar Ghorbani, Ehsan Fatehi, Mohammad Parvizi (released )
Naqadeh: Masoud (Soran) Abdollahzadeh, Manouchehr Abdollahzadeh
Dehgolan: Sirous Abbasi (civil rights activist), Azad Abbasi (civil rights activist), Sirwah Rahmani (civil rights activist), Yadollah Motaei (sportsman)
Saqqez: Behnam Rahimi, Rebaz Rezaei, Aria Majidpour
bukan: Diako Mehr-Navaei, Kaveh Faghih-Amiri, Masoud Kordpour
Marivan: Amjad Saedi (released), Rebwar Kamranipour (released), Khabat Veysi, Shahriar Afsari, Avin Rasti (suffragette)
divandareh: Smko Mohammadian, Soran Mohammadian, Aboubakr Ghoreishi, Momen Ghoreishi
Mahabad: Saber Abdollahtash
paveh: Arvin Eghbali, Golareh Moradi, Soren Asaadi (released), Nima Naderi, Karo Hosseini
Tehran: Zanyar Mohammadnezhad