83 murdered in Iran protests over woman’s death: On Thursday, protests over the murder of a young woman in police custody continued throughout Iran. At the same time, a human rights organization said that 83 people had killed in almost two weeks of rallies.
Mahsa Amini, 22, of the Iranian Kurdish village of Saqez, detain this month in Tehran by the morality police. Who uphold the Islamic Republic’s strict dress code for women. She was accused of wearing “unsuitable apparel.”
Her death triggered Iran’s first major outrage since 2019 fuel price protests.
According to Iran Human Rights, a nonprofit with a Norwegian basis. The #IranProtests have resulted in the deaths of at least 83 individuals, including children.
Videos posted on Twitter showed protesters in Tehran, Qom, Rasht, Sanandaj, Masjed-i-Suleiman. And other places calling for the end of the religious system. Even as the number of deaths rose and the government cracked down hard.
State television said without providing numbers that police had detained several “rioters.”
The Committee to Protect Journalists said on Twitter that it had learned security forces had detained at least 28 journalists as of September 29. In addition, rights organizations reported that scores of activists, students, and artists had imprisoned.
Following Amini’s death, the German foreign minister said on Thursday that she wants the European Union to impose sanctions on Iran.
Several individuals tried to enter the Iranian embassy in Oslo, Norway, during a raging protest in which two persons received minor injuries, according to Norwegian police. According to NRK, 95 persons detained by the police.
According to President Ebrahim Raisi, this is the latest Western intervention against Iran since the 1979 Islamic revolution.
Raisi claimed on state TV that “opponents have miscalculated Iran for 43 years, thinking it’s a weak country that can invaded.”