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Iran's September 2022 protests is a series o demonstrations that began oan September 17, 2022 follaein the daith o Mahsa Amini whit wi a loonderin in the Moral Caition Polis detention centre on Vozara Street in Tehran an spreid fae the cities Saqqez an Sanandaj in Kurdistan province tae ither pairts o Iran. Thir protests spreid belive efter ane day an 122 cities is amang the ither places that jyned these protests. [1][2]


September 2022 nationwide protests in Iran
Uprising in Tehran, Keshavarz Boulvard September 2022 (3).jpg
Protests in Tehran
DateSeptember 17 2022–nou
Location
Caused biThe killin o Mehsa Amini
MethodsStreet demonstrations, rallies, stricks
StatusRicht nou
Pairties tae the ceevil conflict

Protests

  • Subversives
  • Freedom seekers
  • Collegianer
  • Opponents o mandatory hijab
  • Ryalists

IRI

  • Polis force
    • Speicial unit o the polis force
  • Revolutionary Gaurd
    • Basijies
Lead feegurs
Nae guideship structur, spontaneous fowk
IRI leaders
Casualties
At least 76 killed (Iran Human Rights) as of 26th September[3][4]

Background

Mahsa Amini wis a 22-yeir-auld Iranie lassie wha wis reestit bi the Moral Caition Polis oan September 13, 2022, an dree'd brain deid whit wi loonderin an skaiths tae the harnpan, an dee'd oan September 16. Efter this news an her yirdin, protests wis haudit in different pairts o Iran. Efter that, a nationwide strike wis cawed fae Kurdistan province tae Tehran oan Monday, September 19.[5]


Protests

17 September

Beginin on the Setturday, efter Amini's buryin, Saqqez, her hametoun, an the ceety o Sanandaj wis the sicht o massie demonstrations, in respone tae the government uisin veeolent force tae blaander protesters. Follaein the ootset o an pictur o Amini's toumstane in Saqqez, its inscription becam a slogan o the protests:

Persie: ژینا جان تو نمی‌میری. نامت یک نماد می‌شود
Romanized: Žīnā Jān to ne-mī-mīrī. Nām-at Yek Namād mī-šavad
"Beluved Mahsa, ye willna dee. Yer name will become a seembol." [6][7][8]

19 September

Oan 19 September, five fowk war killed in Iran's Kurdish region oan Monday whan caition forces appent fire oan protests ower the daith o Mahsa in polis custody, a Kurdish richts group said, oan a third day o bouse ower an incident that haes ignited nationwide anger. Twa o the fowk war killed as caition forces appent fire oan protesters in the Kurdish city Saqqez, Amini's hametoun, the Hengaw Body Richts Organization said oan Twitter.[9] It said twa mair war killed in the toun o Divandarreh "bi direct fire" fae caition forces, an a fift wis killt in Dehgolan, in the Kurdish region an aw.[10]

23 September

Oan September 23, 2022, Oshnavieh wis completely cleared fae the presence o aw forces an agents o the Islamic Republic bi the fowk forces.[11]

Casualties

Accordin tae Iran Body Richts, as o 23 September, at least 50 fowk haed been killit alangside hunders o weemen deteenit an abusied bi the authorities.[12] Name an date o killin is shawn whan possible.

CeetyFatalitiesName(s)DateDetails
Amol11[13]
Babol6
Divandarre2Fouad Qadimi, Mohsen Mohammadi20 SeptemberIran Human Rights Group reports two deaths while other sources report four.[14]
Saqqez1
Dehgolan1Reza Lotfi20 September[15]
Mahabad1
Urmia521 - 24 September[16]
Karaj4Roozbeh Khademi, Hadis Najafi
Piranshahr1Zakaria Khyal21 SeptemberVideo showing his mother singing a Kurdish lullaby on his grave, calling him a "martyr".[17]
Kermanshah3Minoo Majidi, Hossein Mohammadi, Reza Shahparnia22 September[18]
Oshnavieh422 SeptemberKurdistan Human Rights Network reports three deaths: Amin Marefat, Milan Haqiqi, Sadreddin Litani.[19]
Quchan2Ali Mozaffari22 SeptemberSaipa Volleyball Team player[20]
Bandar Anzali1
Ilam1Mohsen Qeysari21 September[21]
Tabriz1
Hashtgerd1Parsa Rezadoost22 September
Sari917-22 September
Motel Ghoo122 September
Fooladshahr1Mahsa Mugui23 September
Rasht1Maziar Salmanian21 SeptemberKilled by direct police bullets.[22]
Eslamabad-e Gharb2Amir Fooladi (15 years old), Saeid Mohammadi (21 years old)22 September[23]
Dehdasht2Pedram Azarnoosh, Mehrdad Behnam Asl22 September
Garmsar122 September
Qazvin1
Nowshahr1Hananeh Kia
Pakdasht1Mohsen Pazuki
Tehran2Siavash Mahmudi, Mohammadjavad Farmani
Talesh3
Mehrshahr1Sarina Esmailzadeh
Rezvanshahr3
Zanjan1
Sanandaj1
Tot76

References

  1. https://www.khabaronline.ir/news/1675685/تجمع-دانشجویان-چند-دانشگاه-در-پی-درگذشت-مهسا-امینی-عکس. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  2. https://www.iranintl.com/202209197419. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  3. "اعتراضات در ایران؛ شمار کشته‌شدگان به دست‌کم ۱۰۰ تن رسید" اعتراضات در ایران؛ شمار کشته‌شدگان به دست‌کم ۵۰ تن رسید [Protests in Iran; The Number of Those Killed has Risen to at least 50 people]. Iran Human Rights (in Persian). Retrieved 23 September 2022.
  4. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named ihr76
  5. Kaki, Chiya (19 September 2022). "Locals decry controversial death of woman in Iran". Rudaw.
  6. "Minnesotans gather to mourn Mahsa Amini, protest repression in Iran". Zhina Amini, you will not die. Your name will be a symbol,
  7. "Payām Nevešte Šode Rūz Sang Bālā-ye Mazār-e Mahsā: To ne-mī-mīrī. Nām-at Yek Namād mī-šavad" پیام نوشته شده روی سنگ بالای مزار مهسا امینی: تو نمی‌میری، نام تو یک نماد می‌شود [Message written on Mahsa Amini's Gravestone: "You Will Not Die, Your Name Will Become a Code"]. Iran International (in Persian). Retrieved 23 September 2022.
  8. "Ḫāksepār-e Mahsā Amīnī bā Sarkub-e Mosallahāne-e Šahrvand-ān; "Žīnā Ǧān to ne-mī-mīrī, Nām-at Yek Namād Mī-šavad"" خاکسپاری مهسا امینی با سرکوب مسلحانه شهروندان؛ «ژینا جان تو نمی‌میری، نامت یک نماد می‌شود» [Funeral of Mahsa Amini [met] with Armed Suppression of Citizens; "Beloved Žina, You Will Not Die. Your Name Will Become a Code"]. Kayhan London (in Persian). Retrieved 23 September 2022.
  9. "Violence erupts in Iran after woman dies in 'morality police' custody". Washington Post (in Inglis). ISSN 0190-8286. Retrieved 20 September 2022.
  10. Reuters (19 September 2022). "Five killed in Iran during protests over death in custody - rights group". Reuters (in Inglis). Retrieved 20 September 2022.
  11. Reuters (19 September 2022). Reuters (in Persian) https://www.iranintl.com/202209241287. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  12. "Eʿterāżāt dar Irān; Afzāyeš-e-Āmār-e-Koštešodegān beh biš az 30 Hamzamān bā Eḫtelāl dar Internet" اعتراضات در ایران؛ افزایش آمار کشته‌شدگان به بیش از ۳۰ نفر همزمان با اختلال در اینترنت [Protests in Iran; The Number of Those Killed has Increased to over 30 People Simultaneously With Internet Blackout]. Iran Human Rights (in Persian). Retrieved 22 September 2022.
  13. "ʿAlāraqm Ǧū-ye-Šadid-e-Amniyatī; Tadāvom-e-Eʿterāżāt dar Šešomīn Rūz" علیرغم جو شدید امنیتی؛ تداوم اعتراضات در ششمین روز - خبرگزاری هرانا [In Spite of the Atmosphere of Violent Security [Crackdown]; Continuation of Protests for Day Six]. Human Rights Activists News Agency (in Persian). 22 September 2022. Retrieved 22 September 2022.
  14. "Manbaʿ-e-Moṭṭaleʿ be Irān Internešnāl: Čahār Moʿtareż dar Dīvāndarre bā Golgūle-ye-Ǧangī-ye-Mamūrān Košte Šodand" منبع مطلع به ایران اینترنشنال: چهار معترض در دیواندره با گلوله جنگی ماموران کشته شدند [Reputable Source to Iran International: Four Protestors were killed by Shots Fired by Soldiers in Divandarre]. Iran International (in Persian). Retrieved 22 September 2022.
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  17. "Košte Šodan Yek Novǧavān va Yek Ǧavān dar Eʿterāżāt-e-Pīrānšahr va Orūmiye" کشته شدن یک نوجوان و یک جوان در اعتراضات پیرانشهر و ارومیه [One Teenager and One Young Person Slain During Protests in Piranshahr and Urmia]. Hengaw Organization for Human Rights (in Persian). Retrieved 22 September 2022.
  18. "ادامه اعتراض‌ها علیه حکومت در ایران در روز پنج‌شنبه با وجود قطع گسترده اینترنت". ایران اینترنشنال (in Persian). Retrieved 22 September 2022.
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  23. People's protest against the killing of Mehsa Amini, Kurdistan Human right

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