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Khamenei orders ‘Do whatever you need to do to stop the protests’, ‘1550’ killed

By Hossein Bouazar

On Monday, December 23, Khamenei was “restless” a few days after the November protests. He ordered the security and government officials, “Do whatever is necessary to stop it.”

One of the sources told Reuters that Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said at a meeting on Sunday (November 17) that “the Islamic Republic is in danger. Put an end to the protests in any form. That’s my order. “

Reuters reports that two Iranian officials who provided the statistics to the agency have calculated it “based on information gathered from security forces, mourners, hospitals and forensics.”

The number of protesters who were killed or injured is significantly higher than the numbers that the international human rights groups and the United States announced.

Amnesty International’s December 16 report stated that at least 304 people were killed in the November protests in Iran. The US State Department also said in a statement that hundreds of Iranians were killed in the protests and that there were reports that the number could be more than 1000 poeple.

According to the local activists the number of martyrs in the recent protests are more than 1550, more than 4500 injuries and more than 12200 detainees. It is worth noting that the Iran regime is refusing to announce the number of deaths.

We the ACFH are identifying and recording the names of the martyrs who were murdered by the Iranian regime in Ahwaz.

  1. Youssef Khaledi
  2. Iqbal Esmaeeli
  3. Salem Amirsanjaran Eidani
  4. Farshad Hajipour
  5. Taher Al-Khamis
  6. Sohrab Khaje-noori
  7. Halimah Samiri
  8. Ali Moussawi
  9. Bahman Jafari
  10. Nasser Rahzai
  11. Bassam Alboughbaish
  12. Ali Rashedi
  13. Reza Shahmoradi
  14. Kamal Daghghele
  15. Reza Darabpour
  16. Masoumeh Darabpour
  17. Mohammad Reza Ossafi Zargani
  18. Hamzeh Sawari
  19. Meysam Mojadam
  20. Reza Atieh Neisi
  21. Mohammad Barhi
  22. Ali Tamimi
  23. Reza Shahmoradi
  24. Hamid Mowahednejad
  25. Hamid Alwi
  26. Mehdi Zargani
  27. Abbas Barihi
  28. Saeed Punki
  29. Mohammad Ghanavati
  30. Javid Naaman
  31. Mehrdad Dashtinia
  32. Mahmoud Dashtinia
  33. Ehsan Abdollah Nejad
  34. Mohammad Hashamdar
  35. Ms. Shabnam Diani
  36. Farzad Ansari
  37. Majid Mojadam
  38. Amad Cheraghian
  39. Jafar Al-e Khamis
  40. Mansour Albawi
  41. Mansour Asakereh
  42. Yosef Albuebadi
  43. Ali Moradi
  44. Mohsen Mohammadpour
  45. Meysam Mani’at
  46. Khaled Mani’at
  47. Milad Hamidi
  48. Meysam Abdolvahab Adgipour
  49. Ali Ghazlavi
  50. Hassan Tamimi
  51. Sajjad Miri
  52. Shafi Baztab
  53. Ali Esfandiari
  54. Abdullah Yaqoubvand
  55. Milad Najafvand
  56. Abdullah Lorestani
  57. Akbar Yaqoubi
  58. Ali Eskandari
  59. Shahram Shekarian
  60. Hadi Ghorbani
  61. Nabi Saeed
  62. Bani Rashid
  63. Ali Moussawi
  64. Ahmad Moussawi
  65. Abbas Ka’bi
  66. Mamoud Ka’bi
  67. Reza Delfi
  68. Ali Soleimani
  69. Ali Baghlani
  70. Hamid Beshareh Doraqi
  71. Ali Bavi
  72. Ravanbakhsh Emami-Malmali
  73. Ebrahim Matouri
  74. Halimah Samiri
  75. Hamid Sheikhani
  76. Razzaq Nasserizadeh
  77. Ms Hasineh Atighi
  78. Ghassem Bawi
  79. Mohammad Khaleghi
  80. Adnan Helali
  81. Mojtaba Ebadi
  82. Mansour Daris
  83. Abbas Assakereh
  84. Ahmad Khajeh Albughli
  85. Ali Albughli
  86. Mohammad Khaledi

The authorities must end this brutal and deadly crackdown immediately and show respect for human life. Instead of continuing with this brutal campaign of repression, the Iranian authorities must immediately and unconditionally release all those who have been arbitrarily detained

We, the Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights (ACHR), concerns, while Ahwazi Arabs faced continued oppression and discrimination, the most significant human rights issues included a high number of executions for false confession and false crimes without fair trials of individuals. Torture; harsh and life-threatening prison conditions; arbitrary detention and imprisonment; of hundreds of political prisoners, are just few examples of how the Iranian regime violates the human rights.

We, the Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights (ACHR), strongly condemns Iran’s plan to execute Ahwazis. We are calling upon Mr. Javaid Rehman the United Nations special rapporteur for situation of human rights in Iran and Mrs Agnes Callamard the UN special rapporteur on extra-Judicial execution to intervene and stopping Iranian criminal regime from executing innocent prisoners that were arrested without any legal warrant.

Hossein Bouazar is a human rights activist from the Ahwaz region in Iran. He writes about human rights abuses committed on the Arab Ahwazi.

Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights

Date: 23/12/2019

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