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Over 1,500 Killed in Iran Protests

Armin Baldwin 16 December 2019

SHOCKING CRIME UNDOUBTEDLY ONE OF THE MOST HORRIFIC CRIMES OF 21ST CENTURY

By Armin Baldwin

According to the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) over 1,500 protesters have been killed during the Iranian people’s nationwide protests. The nationwide protests spread in the different provinces across Iran. At least 400 have been killed in Tehran, 320 in Kermanshah, 270 in Fars, 240 in Khuzestan, 120 in Isfahan, and 100 in Alborz (Karaj).

Iran Executions: Eight People Including a Woman Hanged

Eight People Including a Woman Hanged in Iran

Azita Carlson 14 December 2019

99 women executed in during Rouhani's tenure.

By Azita Carlson

A couple is executed by the Iranian regime in Mashahd’s Central Prison, reported the state-run media on December 11.

Maryam 32 years old is hanged alongside her husband Mehdi. The executions were reported by state-run media on December 11, 2019.

Iranian regime’s top officials has admitted to the dimensions of the brutal crackdown on the November Iran protests..

Iran Regime Official Admits That 85% of Those Killed in IRAN Protests Weren’t Even Protesting

Navid Felker 14 December 2019

By Navid Felker

One of the Iranian regime’s top officials has admitted to the dimensions of the brutal crackdown on the November Iran protests.

Ali Shamkhani, Secretary of the Iranian regime’s Supreme National Security Council, spoke to the families of those killed in the protests, on December 12, and admitted that over 85% of those killed were not even taking part in the uprising. This is frankly unsurprising considering that the regime ordered its security forces to open fire indiscriminately on groups of more than 10 people.

The Iranian regime’s Supreme National Security Council Secretary, Ali Shamkhani, acknowledged the regime’s vicious massacre of protesters in the recent uprising in Iran.

Regime’s SNSC Secretary Admits Iran Protest Massacre

Azita Carlson 13 December 2019

By Azita Carlson

The Iranian regime’s Supreme National Security Council Secretary, Ali Shamkhani, acknowledged the regime’s vicious massacre of protesters in the recent uprising in Iran.

The official IRNA news agency quoted Shamkhani on December 12 in a meeting with families of those killed in recent protests.

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