ONG: “Over 90 people have been killed in Iran since the protests began”
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ONG: “Over 90 people have been killed in Iran since the protests began”

“At least 92 people were killed during the repression of protests in Iran after the death of the young Mahsa Amini”: is the complaint of an Iranian NGO based in Oslo.

At least 92 people were killed by the Iranian security forces in the repression of the protests that broke out in the country after the death of Mahsa Amini. This is the complaint of the NGO Iran Human Rights (Ihr), which is based in Oslo. “At least 92 people were killed during the repression of protests in Iran after the death of young Mahsa Amini,” the organization said, accusing Iranian agents of “bloodily repressing” a protest that broke out last Friday in Zahedan, in the province. southeastern Sistan-Baluchistan

According to the NGO 41 people were killed. Five Guards of the Revolution also died: the official media spoke of a “terrorist accident”. The protests erupted when a police chief from Chabahar, in the same province, was accused of raping a 15-year-old girl, a member of the Sunni Baluch community. The identity of the victims, the NGO added, was also confirmed by another organization, named Baluch Activists Campaign.

In the country, therefore, clashes and turmoil do not stop. The riots were rekindled with the killing of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, who died after being arrested by the Morality Police for not wearing the veil in the correct way. Soon in the rest of the world they were also organized in the rest of the world in solidarity with the Iranian women who took to the streets in their country.

Yesterday about 150 cities around the world hosted the events: Santiago in Chile, London, Tokyo and San Francisco, Rome just some of these. In the capital, the Freedom Rally for Iran, this is the name of the event, was organized by Iranian students who protested against the oppression of the freedoms and rights of all citizens by the regime of Tehran.

Meanwhile, the Iranian government continues to deny that it has any responsibility for Mahsa Amini’s death and has accused the protesters of undermining public order, arresting hundreds of people