Women taking part in protest against the death of Martha Amini during a rally in Tel Aviv |
Meanwhile, students staged sit-in protests at various universities in Tehran and Isfahan, with scores of people protesting on the 40th day of protester Siavash Mahmudi, who was allegedly shot dead by security forces, at the outdoor Beheshte Zahra cemetery. attended the memorial service. Tehran.
JEU. Un nombre grandissant de jeunes en #Iran s’amusent à faire tomber les turbans de mollahs en guise de promiseat… t.co/2gVwROa2ls
— Ani (@ANI) October 28, 2022
Authorities warned demonstrators that it was time to leave the streets, but the demonstrations show no signs of abating. Iranians rallied Tuesday in residential neighborhoods, major thoroughfares and universities across the country to denounce the country’s theocratic regime, defying a crackdown that has seen high-profile arrests and some even facing the death penalty. did.
Human rights groups said 160 people were killed in the crackdown on protests sparked by Amini’s death, and another 93 died in a distinct wave of protests in Zahedan, Sistan-Baltistan province in the southeast. Thousands have been arrested across the country, according to human rights activists, and Iran’s judiciary says 1,000 have been indicted in connection with the “riots.” The trial of his five men charged with crimes punishable by death over the protests was held in Tehran on Saturday.