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Gunshots Heard Amid Community Demonstrations in Iran, Killing 108 People

Banaspati --  The Iranian Human Rights Organization (IHR) said at least 108 people died in protests in Iran over the death of Mahsa Amini in more than three weeks.

In addition, the IHR carries the violent treatment that occurred in Sanandaj City, which is a side of the Kurdistan Province. The city was the capital of the province where Amini originated.

"The city of Sanandaj in Kurdistan Province experienced huge protests and deadly harsh treatment throughout the last three days," the IHR admitted.

The IHR explained that the current death rate is not counted in Kurdistan Province.

Not only reviewing the Mahsa Amini dispute, but the IHR also said Iranian security forces killed at least 93 people in the clashes that took place in Zahedan City, Sistan-Baluchistan Province.

Violence in Zahedan City broke out on September 30. The violence came as residents were furious after a teenage girl was raped by a police commander on the spot.

"The international commune must contain the next killing in Kurdistan by responding as soon as possible," said IHR Director Mahmood Amiry-Moghaddam in a confession on Wednesday (12/10/2022).

The IHR said Iranian security officials arrested many children who protested in the streets and schools in the past week.

"Children have a legal right to protest, the Federation of Nations should defend the rights of children in Iran under the pressure of the Islamic Republic," Amiry-Moghaddam said.

As reported by AFP, protests broke out in all areas of Iran since September 16, when Amini died after falling into a coma after being secured by police for not wearing the 'appropriate' shirt.

The anti-hijab protest soap opera is not over yet, recently a shooting was fired during a demonstration.

The eruption came as Iranian security forces faced protests Wednesday, October 12, 2022, the other day.

Protests were held over the death of Mahsa Amini's harsh treatment which according to human rights officials had claimed about 108 lives were lost with many children also dying.

Shooting noises interrupted protesters' chants in the towns of Isfahan and Karaj and the courtyard village of Amini Saqez, seen in a video shared by two Norway-based human rights organizations.

"Die dictator," said a female student shouting and daring to remove their hijab as they marched down Tehran's street, in a video verified by AFP.

There was a shooting in Isfahan in the middle of a time when there were "national protests and strikes", Iran's Human Rights (IHR) said.

Iran's human rights spoke out about the video being tweeted, and in Saqez, the Kurdish rights frontman Hengaw reported that "security forces are running away".

Mahsa Amini, 22, died on Sept. 16 after suffering a coma following her arrest in Tehran by popular personality police.

Mahsa Amini was secured because of an alleged violation of the Islamic republic's strict dress code for women.

Young women, students, and female students have since removed their hijabs and then met with security forces.

The rowdy between the demonstrations and the security forces came in the biggest wave of social chaos that scuffed Iran for 3 years.

At least 28 children have died killed and several hundred others detained and the majority are held in adult prisons, human rights officials said.

The deadly chaos has not only shaken especially Sanandaj in Amini's home province of Kurdistan but also Zahedan in Iran's far southeast, where demonstrations exploded on September 30 over reports of the rape of a teenage girl by a police commander.

Iran arrested Faezah Hashemi, the daughter of former Grand President Hashemi Rafsanjani, in a protest demonstration against the death of Mahsa Amini. Faezah Hashemi was secured on September 27, 2022, in the capital Tehran.

"Hashemi has been accused of collusion, disturbing general order, and propaganda challenging the Islamic republic," judiciary spokesman Massoud Setayeshi told reporters, quoted from Arab News, Wednesday, October 12, 2022.

Faezeh Hashemi, 59, is a former lawmaker and women's rights activist. He was secured because it was delivered provoking the public to take sides in the Iranian demonstrations.

Her arrest comes amid a wave of chaos that has remained rocking Iran since Mahsa Amini, 22, an Iranian Kurdish woman, died on Sept. 16, 2022, after being secured by police in Tehran. Amini was calculated to violate the provisions of wearing tight clothing.

By July, Faezah Hashemi had faced separate charges for propaganda activities challenging the state and blasphemy in social media comments. "In March, he was sentenced to 15 months in prison and 2 years of additional sentences such as a ban on internet activities," Setayeshi said, without elaborating. In 2012, Hashemi was sentenced to 6 months in prison on propaganda charges challenging the Islamic republic.

Hashemi's late father, Besar Hashemi Rafsanjani was president of Iran who held between 1989 and 1997. Rafsanjani died in 2017. He was seen as moderate for suggesting knitting intertwines with the West and the United States.

Iran explained that several dozen people had already died in protests spurred by the death of Mahsa Amini. The death toll in the Iranian demonstrations was 18 security personnel. Several hundred people have been secured for being charged with participating in the chaos.

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