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Remembering the Victims of #IranProtests2022

October 5, 2022
Omid Shams
19 min read
Anti-government protests continued throughout Iran for an eighteenth consecutive night over the death of Mahsa Amini in the custody of Iran’s morality police
Anti-government protests continued throughout Iran for an eighteenth consecutive night over the death of Mahsa Amini in the custody of Iran’s morality police

Anti-government protests continue throughout Iran over the death of Mahsa Amini in the custody of Iran’s morality police.

Mahsa, a 22-year-old from Saqqez, Kurdistan, was on a trip with her family to visit relatives in Tehran when she was arrested for not wearing a hijab “properly.” She was taken to a detention centre but was transferred two hours later to Kasra Hospital where, after two days in a coma, she died on September 16.

Officials initially declared the cause of her coma to be sudden cardiac arrest, but the published image of her bruised and bleeding ear raised doubts, and medical experts believe that a sudden cardiac arrest cannot cause bruises and ear bleeding. The widespread view is that the bruises were caused by a head injury and it was a subsequent cerebral haemorrhage which put Amini into a coma.

Amini's father told journalists that eyewitnesses reported seeing his daughter beaten at the detention centre. Saleh Nikbakht, the family’s lawyer, has asked for the release of video recordings from body cameras worn by the arresting officers.

The authorities have not yet given a clear answer about what happened to Mahsa Amini during her arrest and transfer and inside the detention centre.

The hacker group Edalat-e-Ali claimed on its Telegram channel it had obtained an official document reviewing the arrest and death of Mahsa Amini. It suggests that she hit her head on the pavement during her arrest. However, doubts have been raised about the veracity of the document.

Mohammad Baqer Bakhtiar, a former senior commander in the Revolutionary Guards, published an audio file in which he claimed that reliable sources in forensic medicine diagnosed the cause of Mahsa Amini's coma and death as a "cranial injury". Doctors who examined the pictures of Mahsa's bruised and bloody ear in the hospital unanimously say that she fell into a coma and died due to cerebral haemorrhage.

The death of Mahsa Amini in detention ignited nationwide protests - the largest in Iran since November 2019.

They began in Saqqez and Sanandaj in Kurdistan province on September 17, and swiftly spread to all provinces across the country with demonstrations held in at least 83 cities.

Rallies and demonstrations were also held in more 150 cities across the world in response to a call for a Global Day of Action by the families of victims who died when Iranian forces shot down a Ukrainian passenger plane. More than 50,000 people gathered in Toronto in solidarity with the protesters in Iran. 

But the protests in Iran have been repeatedly violently suppressed by security forces using live rounds and other lethal weapons. So far, according to the Iran Human Rights Organisation, at least 416 protesters were killed in 22 provinces with Sistan and Baluchistan province at the top with at least 123 protesters killed.

Footage of the protests show security forces shooting at protesters and bystanders indiscriminately. The videos show those who were already restrained being severely beaten and electrocuted. In several cases, security forces were filmed firing teargas and gunshots in residential areas. According to Amnesty International, leaked official documents reveal that the General Staff of the Armed Forces, Iran’s highest military body, issued an order to the commanders of armed forces in all provinces to “severely confront” protesters.

Agnes Callamard, Amnesty International’s Secretary-General, declared that “the Iranian authorities have repeatedly shown utter disregard for the sanctity of human life and will stop at nothing to preserve power. The callous violence being unleashed by Iran’s security forces is not occurring in a vacuum. It is the result of systematic impunity and a lacklustre response by the international community,”

The severe disruption in communications within Iran has made the independent verification of casualty figures extremely difficult. As the protests have spread, the internet has been shut down or severely disrupted in most parts of the country. Most of the major international social media platforms are already restricted in Iran, and web monitoring company NetBlocks has detected further restrictions on WhatsApp, Instagram and Skype.

Moreover, the security forces have been systematically attempting to hide the real number of the death toll by arresting the victims’ family members or threatening them into silence. It is claimed they have been stealing and secretly burying the bodies of the killed protesters. In one of the most recent cases, the security forces took the body of 16-year-old Nika Shakarami and secretly buried her without her family’s presence. They detained her aunt Atash Shakarami who had told the media how the family had searched for Nika for ten days before finding her body in a police detention centre.

A roll of the dead

IranWire is keeping a live record of the names, pictures and details of all those independently confirmed to have been killed so far. The list has been created using various sources, including eyewitnesses, victims’ families and relatives, local and international human rights organizations and media outlets such as Baluch Activists CampaignHalvashKurdistan Press AgencyHengaw Organisation for Human RightsKurdistan Human Rights NetworkIran Human Rights OrganisationIran Human Rights SocietyKolbar NewsHuman Rights Activists News Agency, and Amnesty International

The current list shows the majority of the protesters killed were under 25. Among them there are at least 46 children aged between 15 and 17.

The demography of the protesters killed indicates that the security forces resorted to deadly force in larger scale in the borderline provinces such as Sistan and Baluchistan and West Azerbaijan, where the majority of the population belongs to the ethnic and religious minority groups. The highest death toll so far has been recorded in Sistan and Baluchistan province followed by Mazandaran and Kurdistan.

According to IranWire’s findings, the cause of death in majority of the cases was direct gunfire by the security forces at protesters’ vital organs, mostly in the head or chest. In the case of Zahedan, live ammunition was also fired at the protesters from military helicopters which leaves no doubt that state agents were involved and shot to kill.

In many instances where IranWire was able to examine photos of the bodies, the protesters were hit from the back, which suggests that the victims were running away from the security forces and did not pose any imminent threat to their security. Shocking footage of the very last moments of Javad Pousheh, a 12-year-old boy who was killed in Zahedan, shows that a bullet hit the back of his head and exited from his right cheek. During the protest, the shots were fired either from rooftops or from helicopters. The fact that Javad was killed with a single bullet fired from a long distance appears to indicate that the shooter behind the death used a sniper rifle and aimed for the head of the boy.

The names published by IranWire have been confirmed by at least two sources. The list is being regularly updated.

  1. Minoo Majidi, 20 September, Kermanshah, female
  2. Ali Mozaffari, 21 September, Gouchan, member of Ghoochan Saipa volleyball team, male
  3. Maziar Soleimanian, 22 September, Rasht, member of Rasht’s Sepeedrood football team fan club, male, shot by security forces
  4. Mohsen Mohammadi, 19 September, Divandarreh, male
  5. Fereydoon Mahmoudi, 19 September, Saghez, male, shot by security forces
  6. Reza Lotfi, 19 September, Dehgolan, male, shot by security forces
  7. Farjad Darvishi, 20 September, Balo, Urmia, aged 23. male, shot by security forces
  8. Zakaria Khayal, 20 September, Piranshahr, aged 16. male, shot by security forces
  9. Fouad Ghadimi, 18 September, Divandarreh, male
  10. Danesh Rahnama, 21 September, Balo, Urmia, aged 25, ale, shot by security forces
  11. Sadreddin Litani, 21 September, Oshnavieh, aged 27, male
  12. Milan Haghighi, 21 September, Oshnavieh, male, shot by security forces
  13. Amin M’arefat (Maaroufi), 21 September, Oshnavieh, aged 16, son of Abu Bakr, male, shot by security forces in the head
  14. Mehdi Asgari, 24 September, Garmsar, aged 25, male
  15. Seyed Mehdi Mousavi, 21 September, Zanjan, aged 16, male
  16. Hadis Najafi, 23 September, Karaj, aged 23, female
  17. Behnam Layeghpour, 21 September, Rasht, tattoo artist, male, shot by security forces
  18. Hossein Ali Kia, 24 September, Mazandaran, electrical engineering student at Mazandaran University of Technology and Science, male
  19. Mohammad Hossein Sarvari-Rad, 24 September, Garmsar, male, member of the paramilitary Basij forces who was killed by a shot meant for protesters
  20. Morteza Nowroozi, 24 September, Langarood, male
  21. Javad Heydari, 22 September, Qazvin, male
  22. Pedram Azarnoush, 22 September, Dehdasht, male
  23. Mehrdad Behnam-Asl, 22 September, Dehdasht, male
  24. Amir Nowruzi, 21 September, Bandar Anzali, aged 16, male, shot by security forces
  25. Farzin Lotfi, 20 September, Rezvan Shahr, Gilan, aged 35, male, shot by security forces
  26. Sasan Ghorbani, 22 September, Rezvan Shahr, Gilan, aged 32, male
  27. Yasin Jamalzadeh, 21 September, Shanderman village, father of two daughters, male, shot by security forces
  28. Ghazaleh Chalavi, 21 September, Amol, aged 32, mountaineer, female
  29. Hannaneh Kia, 21 September, Tehran, female, killed in Sattar Khan Avenue, shot by security forces
  30. Mahsa Mogouei, 22 September, Fulad Shahr, aged 18, female, shot by security forces
  31. Parsa Rezadoust, 23 September, Hashtgerd, aged 17, male
  32. Saeed Mohammadi, 21 September, Eslamabad-e Gharb, aged 21, male
  33. Amir Ali Fooladi, 21 September, Eslamabad-e Gharb, aged 16 male
  34. Mehdi (Mohammad) Fallah, 21 September, Amol, male
  35. Erfan Rezaei, 21 September, Amol, aged 21, male
  36. Mohammad Hassan Torkaman, 21 September, Babol, aged 27, born in Isfahan, living in Babol, male, shot by security forces
  37. Reza Shahparnia, 20 September, Kermanshah, aged 20, male
  38. Mohsen Gheysari, 21 September, Ilam, aged 32, male, shot by security forces
  39. Matin Abdollahpour, 21 September, Balo, Urmia, aged 16, male, shot by security forces
  40. Fardin Bakhtiari, 19 September, Sanandaj, male, shot by security forces
  41. Milad Zare, 21 September, Babol, male, shot by security forces
  42. Mohammad Reza Eskandari, 21 September, Pakdasht, Karaj, aged 25, athlete and jeweller, male, shot by security forces
  43. Sarina Esmailzadeh, 21 September, Mehr Shahr, Karaj, aged 16, female, beaten to death by security forces
  44. Iman Mohammadi, 21 September, Eslamabad-e Gharb, male, shot by security forces
  45. Nika Shahkarami, 20 September, Tehran, aged 17, went missing during the protests in Tehran
  46. Hamzeh Narouei, 30 September, Zahedan, son of Mohammad, male, shot by security forces
  47. Abdolrahman Baluchikhah, 30 September, Zahedan, son of Shayeh, male, shot by security forces
  48. Mohammad Amin Gamshad-Zehei, 30 September, Zahedan, son of Abdolhamid, male, shot by security forces
  49. Mohammad Reza Adib Tootazehi, 30 September, Zahedan, son of Seyed Mohammad, male, shot by security forces
  50. Mohammad Brahui, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces
  51. Aminollah Ghaljaei, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces
  52. Emran Shahbakhsh, 30 September, Zahedan, son of Abdul Qayyum, male, shot by security forces
  53. Yaser Shahbakhsh, 30 September, Zahedan, son of Haj Taj Mohammad, male, shot by security forces
  54. Eghbal Shahnavazi, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces
  55. Abu Bakr Ali-Zehei, 30 September, Zahedan, son of Abdul Shakur, male, shot by security forces
  56. Jalil Mohammad-Zehei, 30 September, Zahedan, son of Rahman, male, shot by security forces  
  57. Hamid Isa-Zehei, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces  
  58. Nematollah Kubdani, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces  
  59. Hamid Narouei, 30 September, Zahedan, son of Mohammad Ali, shot by security forces  
  60. Samad Shahuzehhei, 30 September, Zahedan, son of Shir Ali, male, shot by security forces  
  61. Mohammad Seddigh Narouei, 30 September, Zahedan, son of Sirajuddin, male, shot by security forces  
  62. Lal Mohammad Alizehei, 30 September, Zahedan, son of Zarif, male, shot by security forces  
  63. Hamzeh Narouei, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces  
  64. Omar Shahnavazi, 30 September, Zahedan, son of Mohammad Sharif, male, shot by security forces 
  65. Abdulghafoor Noor-Barahui, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces  
  66. Hamid Narouei, 30 September, Zahedan, Son of Rasheed, male, shot by security forces  
  67. Farzad Shahbakhsh, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces  
  68. Mohammad Ghaljei, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces  
  69. Mohammad Rigi, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces  
  70. Amir Hamzeh Shahnavazi, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces  
  71. Lal Mohammad Anshini, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces  
  72. Balal Anshini, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces  
  73. Salahuddin Gamshad-Zehei, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces  
  74. Ebrahim Gorgij, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces  
  75. Ahmad Shahbakhsh, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces  
  76. Mohammad Eghbal Naebzehei (Shahnavazi), 30 September, Zahedan, aged 16. No ID card, male, shot by security forces  
  77. Ahmad Sargolzaei, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces  
  78. Mohammad Farough-Rakhsh, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces  
  79. Mansour Rakhshani, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces  
  80. Abdolmalek Shahbaksh, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces  
  81. Ali Akbar Halgheh-Begoosh, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces  
  82. Younes Narouei, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces  
  83. Jalil Rakhshani, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces  
  84. Mohsen Gamshadzehei, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces  
  85. Emran Hassanzehei, 30 September, Zahedan, son of Ali, male, shot by security forces  
  86. Yaser Shahouzehei, 30 September, Zahedan, male, short by security forces
  87. Amir Hossein Mir Kazehi Riggi, 30 September, Zahedan, aged 19, son of Ebrahim, male, shot by security forces  
  88. Mohammad Ali Gamshad-Zehei, 30 September, Zahedan, aged 18, male, shot by security forces  
  89. Amir Mehdi Farrokhiour, 28 September, Tehran, aged 17, killed in Laleh Park in Keshavarz Boulevard, male, shot by security forces
  90. Rafe Narui, 30 September, Zahedan, aged 23, male, shot by security forces  
  91. Ali Agheli (Narui), 30 September, Zahedan, aged 28, male, shot by security forces  
  92. Mokhtar Ahmadi, 1 October, Marivan, male, shot by security forces
  93. Amir Hossein Basati, 1 October, Kermanshah, aged 15, male, shot by security forces
  94. Morteza Hassanzani, 3 October, Zahedan, male, shot from a military helicopter north of Zahedan  
  95. Zolfaghar Jan Hassanzani, 3 October, Zahedan, male, shot from a military helicopter north of Zahedan  
  96. Arman Hassanzani, 3 October, Zahedan, male, shot from a military helicopter north of Zahedan  
  97. Mahmoud Hassanzani, 3 October, Zahedan, male, shot from a military helicopter north of Zahedan  
  98. Saamer Hashemzehie, 1 October, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces,  
  99. Abdollah Mohammadpour, 20 September, Urmia, aged 16, male, shot by security forces,
  100. Erfan Kahzaei, 20 September, Shahriar, male, shot by security forces
  101. Sadis Kashani, 30 September, Zahedan, aged 14, male, shot by security forces
  102. Abdolsamad Sabeti Zadeh (Shahu Zahie), 20 September, Son of Shir Ali, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces
  103. Mahuddin Shirouzehi, 2 October, Karimabad Zahedan, male, shot by security forces
  104. Javad Pousheh, 30 October, aged 11, son of Ahmad, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces
  105. Suleiman Arab, son of Sardar, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces
  106. Abdulghafoor Dahmarde, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces
  107. Esmail Abil, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces
  108. Ahmad Sarani, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces
  109. Amin Goleh Bache, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces
  110. Khodanur Lajai, 2 October, Zahedan, Saturday, 9 October, male, was shot in the kidney and was taken to Zahedan Social Security Hospital, died on 2 October due to lack of medical treatment
  111. Mohammad Reza Sarvari, 21 September, Shahr Ray, aged 14, from Afghanistan, male, shot by security forces
  112. Peyman Manbari, 8 October, aged 29, Sanandaj, male, shot by security forces
  113. Behzad Rigi, 30 September, aged 30, son of Reza, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces
  114. Omid Safarzehie, 30 September, aged 17, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces
  115. Najmuddin Tajik, 30 September, son of Hafizullah, from Afghanistan, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces
  116. Abdul Wahid Tohidnia, son of Rahim, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces
  117. Abdullah Narui, son of Abdul Hamid, from Shirabad, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces
  118. Musa Dovira (Narui), son of Abdul Qais, aged 18, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces
  119. Mohsen Mousavi, 8 October, aged 30, Tehran, male
  120. Yahya Rahimi (Sarab Shahraki), 8 October, Sanandaj, male, shot by security forces
  121. Omid Sarani, 30 September, aged 13, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces
  122. Jaber Shirouzehi, 30 September, aged 12, son of Ahmad, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces
  123. Azizullah Kubdani, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces
  124. Mohammad Rakhshani, 30 September, aged 12, Zahedan, shot by security forces
  125. Sina Naderi, 12 October, aged 22, Kermanshah, male, shot by security forces
  126. Armin Sayyadi, 12 October, aged 18, Kermanshah, male, shot by security forces
  127. Aziz Moradi, 12 October, Sanandaj, male, shot by security forces
  128. Abolfazl Adinezadeh, 12 October, Mashhad, male, shot by security forces
  129. Abdussalam Qadir Galvan, 26 September, Oshnavieh, male, shot by security forces
  130. Arian Moridi, 9 October, Salas Babajani, male, shot by security forces

 131. Asra Panahi Jangah, 12 October, Ardabil, female, aged15, shot by security forces

 132. Mustafa Barichi, 30 September, Zahedan, male, aged 24, shot by security forces

 133. Abdullah Shahbakhsh, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security officers

 134. Hamed Baji Zehi, 17 October, Zahedan, was arrested on suspicion of participating in protests on October 2 and his body was handed over to his family on October 17

 135. Siavash Mahmoudi, 27 September, Tehran, male, aged 16, male 

 136. Kamal Feghhi, 12 October, Bukan, male, shot by security forces

 137. Erfan Nazarbeigi, 29 September, Tehran, male, shot by security forces

 138. Nima Shafagh-Doost, 5 October, Salmas, aged 16, male 

 139. Emad Heydari, 6 October, Ahvaz, aged 31, male, was arrested on Sep 28 by security forces in his home and his body was delivered to his family on 6 October

 140. Setareh Tajik, 22 September, Tehran, aged 17, female, beaten to death by security forces

 141. Negin Abdolmaleki, 12 October, Hamedan, age 21, female, beaten to death by security forces

 142. Hamid Fouladvand, 23 September, Pakdasht, male, shot by security forces in the neck on 20 September and died three days after 

 143. Mohammad Javad Zahedi, 22 September, Sari, male, shot by security forces

 144. Ali Bani Asadi, 19 October, Ahvaz, aged 20, male, was arrested by intelligence agents of the Ministry of Intelligence in late september and his body was delivered to his family on 19 October

 145. Sina Malayeri, 22 October, Arak, male, beaten to death by security forces

 146. Mehrshad Shahidi, 26 October, Arak, aged 19, male, beaten to death by security forces

 147. Omid Naruie, 28 October, Zahedan, aged 12, son of Gholam Nabi, male, shot by security forces 

 148. Adel Kuchakzaie (Barichi), 28 October, Zahedan, aged 14, son of Mohammad, male, shot by security forces

 149. Matlab Saeed Peyro, 26 October, Baneh

 150. Esmail Moloudi (semko), 26 October, Mahabad, shot by security forces

 151. Fereshteh Ahmadi, 27 October, Mahabad, aged 32, female, shot by security forces

 152. Mohammad Lotfollahi, 26 October, Sanandaj, shot by security forces

 153. Keyvan Darvishi, 26 October, Sanandaj, aged 18, male, shot by security forces

 154. Sarina Saedi, 26 October, Sanandaj, aged 16, female, beaten to death by security forces

 155. Mohammad Shariati, 26 October, Sanandaj, aged 21, male, shot by security forces

 156. Kuma Daroftadeh, 30 October, Piranshahr, aged 16, shot by security on 29 October and died on 30 October at the hospital

 157. Shahu Khezri, 27 October, Mahabad, male, shot by security forces

 158. Zaniar Abubakri, 27 October, Mahabad, male, shot by security forces

 159. Kobra Sheikh Sagha, 27 October, Mahabad, female, shot by security forces

 160. Freydoon Faraji, 27 October, Baneh, male, shot by security forces

 161. Masoud Ahmadzadeh, 27 October, Mahabad, male, shot by security on 26 October and died on 27 October at the hospital

 162. Shirin Alizadeh, 21 September, Tonekabon, aged 35, female, while filming the security forces from inside the car, she was directly hit by a bullet shot by security forces

 163. Mona Naghib, 22 September, Saravan, aged 8, shot by the agents of the Intelligence Ministry

 164. Matin Ghanbarzehi, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces

 165. Ali Brahui, 30 September, Zahedan, aged 11, male, shot by security forces

 166. Danial Shahbakhsh, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces

 167. Armin Sayadi, 12 October, Kermanshah, aged 15, male, shot by security forces

 168. Momen Zand Karimi, 1 November, Sanandaj, aged 18, male, shot by security forces

 169. Ramin Fatehi, 21 October, Sanandaj, male, shot by security forces

 170. Nasim Sedghi, 31 October, Urmia, female, shot by security forces

 171. Mohammad Ghaemifar, 6 November, Dezful, male, shot by security forces

 172. Yasser Bahadorzehi, 4 November, Khash, aged 17, male, shot by security forces

 173. Nasrin Ghaderi, 4 November, Tehran, female, beaten to death by security forces

 174. Mohammad Hossein Salari, 6 November, Mahshahr, male, shot by security forces

 175. Mehdi Hazrati, 8 November, Khorramdasht Karaj, aged 17, male, shot by security forces

 176. Azim Mahmoudzehi, 8 November, Khash, male, shot by security forces

 177. Ardalan Ghasemi, 10 November, Kermanshah, male, shot by security forces

 178. Mohammad ShahBakhsh (Mirbaloch Zahi), 4 November, Khash, male, shot by security forces

 179. Ali Kurd Kalahouri (Moradzehi), 4 Novemebr, Khash, male, shot by security forces

 180. Mobin Mirkazehi, 4 November, Khash, aged 14, male, shot by security forces

 181. Mehran Shekari, 8 November, Karaj, male, shot by security forces

 182. Esmail Heydari, 22 September, Tonekabon, male, shot by security forces

 183. Sepehr Beyranvand, 9 November, Khorramabad, male, shot by security forces

 184. Danial Pabandi, 15 November, Saqez, aged 17, male, shot by security forces

 185. Zanyar Allahmoradi, 14 November, Sanandaj, male, shot by security forces

 186. Foad Mohammadi, 14 November, Kamyaran, male, shot by security forces

 187. Issa Beyglari, 14 November, Sanandaj, male, shot by security forces

 188. Esmail Shanbedi, 19 October, Shiraz, male, shot and beaten to death bysecurity forces

 189. Kian Pirfalak, 15 November, Izeh, aged 9, shot by security forces

 190. Sepehr Maghsoudi, 15 November, Izeh, aged 14, shot by security forces

 191. Ali Rouzbahani, 26 October, Tehran, male, shot by security forces

 192. Hamaid Goli, 14 November, Tehran, male, beaten to death by security froces

 193. Borhan Karami, 16 November, Kamyaran, male, shot by security forces

 194. Salar Mojaver, 16 November, Bukan, aged 30, male, shot by security forces

 195. Asad Rahimi, 16 November, Bukan, aged 30, male, shot by security forces

 196. Saman GhaderBeigi, 15 November, Bukan, male, shot by security forces

 197. Mohmmad Hassan Zadeh, 16 November, Bukan, male, stabbed to death by Basij forces

 198. Abdolrahman Bakhtiyari, 17 November, Saqez, male, shot by security forces

 199. Omid Hassani, 17 November, Sanandaj, male, tortured to death in custody

 200. Parmis Hamnava, 25 October, Iranshahr, male, aged 14, female, beaten to death by security forces

 201. Mohammad Ahmadi Gagash, 18 November, Mahabad, male, shot by security forces

 202. Asoo Ghaderi, 17 November, Sardasht, male, shot by security forces

 203. Milad Maroufi, 17 November, Bukan, male, shot by security forces

 204. Mustafa Sha’bani, 17 November, Bukan, male, shot by security forces

 205. Amjad Enayati, 17 November, Bukan, male, shot by security forces

 206. Ali Molaei, 16 November, Izeh, male, shot by security forces

 207. Shahu Bahmani, 16 November, Sanandaj, male, shot by security forces

 208. Aram Habibi, 16 November, Sanandaj, male, shot by security forces

 209. Hazhar Mam Khosravi, 16 November, Bukan, male, shot by security forces

 210. Hiva Janan, 16 November, Bukan, male, shot by security forces

 211. Arash Mohammadi, 16 November, Bukan, male, shot by security forces

 212. Azad Hosseinpour, 16 November, Mahabad, male, shot by security forces

 213. Hamidreza Rouhi, 16 November, Tehran, male, shot by security forces

 214. Shahriar Mohammadi, 16 November, Bukan, male, shot by security forces

 215 Mehran Rahmani, 17 November, Mahabad, male, shot by security forces

 216. Seyed Kamal Ahmadpour, 16 November, Mahabad, male, shot by security forces

 217. Amir Farasati Shad, 16 November, Piranshahr, male, shot by security forces

 218. Mahuddin Shirouzehi, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces

 219. Saeid Gorgeeg, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces

 220. Kambiz Rigi, 4 November, Khash, male, shot by security forces

 221. Abdolmannan Rakhshani, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces

 222. Abdolhamid Rigi, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces

 223. Abdoljalil Rakhshani, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces

 224. Abubakr Nahtani, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces

 225. Salman Maleki, 30 September, Zahedan, aged 25, son of  Mohammad, male, shot by security forces

 226. Sadegh Aramesh (Barahoui), 4 November, Khash, male, shot by security forces

 227. Saeid Sohrabzehi, 4 November, Khash, male, shot by security forces

 228. Jamal Abdolnaser MohammadHassani, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces

 229. Balal Rakhshani, 30 September, Zahedan, son of Abdolvahed, male, shot by security forces

 230. Moosa Anshini, 30 September, Zahedan, son of Aziz, male, shot by security forces

 231. Mehdi Anshini, 30 September, Zahedan, male, shot by security forces

 232. Amirhossein Parnian (Mirkazehi), 30 September, Zahedan, son of Ebrahim, male, shot by security forces

 233. Johar Fattahi, 21 November, Javanrood, male, shot by security forces

 234. Jamal A’zami, 21 November, Javanrood, male, shot by security forces

 235. Erfan Kakaei, 20 November, Javanrood, male, shot by security forces

 236. Bahaoddin Veisi, 20 November, Javanrood, aged 16, male, shot by security forces

 237. Karvan Ghader Shokri, 19 November, Piranshahr, aged 16, male shot by security forces

 238. Mohsen Niazi, 19 November, Dehgolan, male, shot by security forces

 239. Sajjad Ghaemi, 16 November, Shiraz, male, shot by security forces

 240. Faegh Mam Ghaderi, 9 November, Mahabad, male, shot by security forces on 13 October died on 9 November in a hospital in Urmia

 241. Ghafour Moloudi, 17 November, Bukan, male, shot by security forces

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