Security officers and plainclothes agents surrounded Tabriz’s Vadi Rahmat cemetery, fearing widespread participation. Nonetheless, a 40-day memorial for Aylar Haghi was held at her tomb, with the overwhelming support and participation of Tabriz’s brave people.
In the cemetery, chants of “death to the dictator” could be heard. Participants chanted slogans such as “death to the dictator” and “We are fighters, fight, and we will fight back” in Turkish.
“That report, which the reporter of state TV and radio prepared in just two minutes,” he said. He served as both an interrogator and a judge. He voiced his opinion and cast his vote on his own. He brought shame to all of Aylar Haghi’s families. God will not forgive him, and he will be held accountable for his actions.”
Security forces used batons and tasers to arrest Aylar Haghi’s father and dozens of others.Aylar Haghi was a medical student at Tabriz University. On November 16, she was murdered during a crackdown on protesters in Tabriz on Day 63 of the Iran uprising.
According to early reports on social media, Aylar sought refuge in a building. The regime’s mercenaries tracked her down and pushed her off the roof of that building. A rebar pierced her abdomen and exited through her back.
Protesters killed, remembered on day 103 of the uprising
The people of Mahabad held the 40-day memorials for Azad Hosseinpour, Mohammad Ahmadi, and Kamal Ahmadpour on Tuesday. Bukan residents observed Hiva Jan-Jan.The mourners turned the 40-day memorials into large anti-regime rallies, chanting “This year Seyed Ali (Khamenei) shall be overthrown” and “Death to the supreme leader with so many years of crimes.”
As a result, only a small group of his family and friends could gather at his tomb to pay their respects. However, students at Tehran’s Melli University held a memorial service for Hamidreza Rouhi and Kian Pirfalak. In addition, at the Sadeghieh metro station, young people performed a song in memory of Hamidreza Rouhi.
Women and youths held night rallies in various districts of Tehran, including Poonak and north Amirabad, chanting “Death to bloodthirsty Khamenei,” “Death to the principle of Velayat-e Faqih,” “Death to the regime of executions,” and “Death to the regime of child-killing.”