Day 10 Iran Protests: Regime Maintains Itself at Cost of a Massacre

In Iran Protests 2019 over 300 hundred protesters have been killed and 4000 are wounded.

Day 10 Iran Protests

By Armin Baldwin

The tenth day of Iran Protests 2019 continued as Demonstrations and Clashes in Tehranpars (East Tehran), Isfahan, and Sirjan was reported through a network of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).

On Saturday, November 23, the MEK reported that more than 300 hundred protesters have been killed and 4000 are wounded. The MEK published on Saturday, November 23, the name of 99 martyrs. Thousands are arrested and the regime has turned Grade Schools into detention centers. The number of martyrs is much higher and the regime is trying to conceal the scale of its horrific crimes.

The National Council of Resistance of Iran said in its statement on Sunday, November 24 that “the extent of the unlawful detentions is so large that the security forces have turned grade schools in many towns and cities into detention and torture centers, which is a clear violation of international conventions. Video footage of security forces transporting handcuffed and blindfolded protesters into and out of the Quds elementary girls school in Tehran has circulated on the Internet.”

The pictures of some martyrs of Iran Protests 2019 were published by the MEK network on social media.

“Faces of the brave, who made the ultimate sacrifice for Iran's freedom. With such valiant children, our nation will undoubtedly defeat the tyrants & will achieve victory,” tweeted Ali Safavi from the Foreign Affairs Committee of the NCRI.

The Iranian regime desperately shows concern about MEK’s role in recent uprisings and is trying at any cost to crackdown the protests and silence it.

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the NCRI, described the situation as a slaughter of the protesters and a crime against humanity.

Mrs. Rajavi urged the United Nations Security Council, governments and the international community to bring about an immediate halt to the killings and suppression and to secure the release of those detained and emphasized that since the detainees are at risk of being tortured or executed, the UN must immediately send investigative and fact-finding missions to Iran.

She added that the leaders of this regime must face justice for committing crimes against humanity. Silence and inaction vis-à-vis crimes against humanity, she said, are not only a violation of international conventions, laws, and standards but also embolden the mullahs to continue to commit these atrocities against the Iranian people and spread them to the rest of the region.

The names of 99 martyrs are as follows:

1. Tehran – Ms. Mina Sheikhi
2. Tehran – Ms. Golnaz Samsami
3. Tehran – Sajjad Baqeri
4. Tehran – Fereidoun Kazemi
5. Tehran – Islamshahr – Iman Rassouli
6. Tehran – Islamshahr – Mohsen Jafarpanah
7. Tehran – Islamshahr – Arash Kohzadi
8. Tehran – Islamshahr – Mohammad Mehdi Haghgouy
9. Tehran – Shahriar – Reza Hassanvand
10. Tehran – Shahriar – Ebrahim Mohammad-pour
11. Tehran – Shahriar – Ms. Azadeh Zarbi
12. Tehran – Shahriar – Mehdi Paapi
13. Tehran – Shahriar – Hossein Ghadami
14. Tehran – Shahriar – Mehdi Da’emi
15. Tehran – Shahriar – Ehsan Shiri
16. Tehran – Shahriar – Milad Najhvand
17. Tehran – Shahriar – Aliollah Amini
18. Tehran – Shahriar – Qassem Rezai
19. Tehran – Shahriar - …. Yar Mohammadi
20. Tehran – Shahriar – ….. Momeni
21. Tehran – Baharestan – Ms. Fatimeh Habbibi
22. Tehran – Baherestan – Gol Agha Nouri
23. Tehran – Ali Behboudi
24. Tehran – Qods – Hossein Shahbazi
25. Tehran – Qods - …. Alizadeh
26. Tehran – Qods – Javad Babai
27. Ahvaz – Mohammad Reza Ossafi Zargani
28. Ahvaz – Hamzeh Savari
29. Ahvaz – Meisam Mojadam
30. Behbahan – Mohammad Hossein Ghanavati
31. Behbahan – Mehrdad Dashtizadeh
32. Behbahan – Mahmoud Dashtizadeh
33. Behbahan – Ehsan Abdollah Nejad
34. Behbahan – Ahmad Hasham Dar
35. Behbahan – Shabnam Diani
36. Behbahan – …. Taddayon
37. Behbahan – Farzad Ansari (Farzad Tazmipour)
38. Khorramshahr – Meisam Mani’at
39. Khorramshahr – Khaled Min’at
40. Khorramshahr – Milad Hamdavi
41. Khorramshahr – Meisam Abdolvahab Adgipour
42. Khorramshahr – Ali Ghazlavi
43. Khorramshahr – Ebrahim Matouri
44. Khuzestan Province – Hadi Ghorbani
45. Shushtar – Ahmad Moussavi Jo’aveleh
46. Abadan – Ali Baghlani
47. Mahshahr – Ms. Etghi
48. Mahshahr – …. Hatavi
49. Mahshahr – Ghassem Bavi
50. Mahshahr – Mohammad Khaleghi
51. Mahshahr – Adnan Helali
52. Mahshahr – Mojtaba Ebadi
53. Mahshahr – Mansour Daris
54. Mahshahr – Abbas (Reza) Assakereh
55. Mahshahr – Ahmad Khajeh Albughli
56. Mahshahr – Ali Khajeh Albughli
57. Mahshahr – Mohammad Khaledi
58. Shiraz – Kelar – Rassoul Ghavimi
59. Shiraz – Abdollah Ghavimi
60. Shiraz – Mehdi Nekoui Ali Abadi
61. Shiraz – Reza Jafari
62. Shiraz – Majid Hashemi
63. Shiraz – Janfeshan Assadi
64. Shiraz – …. Parsai
65. Shiraz – …. Parsai
66. Garmsar – Hassan Tavoosi
67. Sannandaj – Mozzafar Seifi
68. Sanandaj – Ali Boghlani
69. Bukan – Shelir Dadvand
70. Bukan – Heyva Naderi
71. Sirjan – Ruhollah Nazari Fat’habadi
72. Marivan – Mehran Taak
73. Marivan – Behrouz Maleki
74. Marivan – Usman Naderi
75. Marivan – Danial Ostovari
76. Marivan – Edris Bivareh
77. Marivan – Usman Ahmadi
78. Marivan – Ms. Aryan Rajabi
79. Javanroud – Hamzeh Naghdi
80. Javanroud – Yunes Houshangi
81. Javanroud – Kaveh Rezai
82. Javanroud – Jabbar Tejareh
83. Javanroud – Kaveh Mohammadi
84. Javanroud – Ebrahmi Moradi
85. Javanroud – … Aziz (municipality staff)
86. Javanroud – Ebrahim Moradi
87. Javanroud – Mobin Abdollahi
88. Javanroud – Omran Validi
89. Kermanshah – Mozzafar Zoheiri
90. Kermanshah – Nader Biravand
91. Kermanshah – Nader Bijanvand
92. Kermanshah – Mohammad Mirzai
93. Kermanshah – Mozzafar Vatan-Parast
94. Kermanshah – Mostafa Farzami
95. Kermanshah – Yunes Ezzati
96. Karaj – Shahram Moini
97. Karaj – Mehrshahr – Hamid Rassouli
98. Tabriz – Ali Hosseini
99. Fardis (Alborz Province) – Ashur Kalna (Christian)

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