Islamic Republic of Iran has been committing “serious human rights violations” in response to a series of nationwide protests since November 2019, Amnesty International said in a report published on October 2.
A new wave of protests spread again among Iranian workers over delayed and low salaries across Iran in the last three days.
Iranian security forces on Friday militarized the southern city of Behbahan, one day after anti-regime protest, residents of the city told Avatoday.
People in the Iranian southern city of Behbahan in Khuzestan province took the streets on Thursday night chanting slogans against top Islamic Republic officials.
Amnesty International reported on Saturday that Iranian security forces used “unlawful force” and “sexual violence” against protesters who took the streets for several days, demonstrating Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps’ downing of a passenger jet.
The weapons, which Iranian intelligence agency claimed it has seized from protesters backed by foreigners, belong to Iranian police, two sources confirmed to Avatoday on Saturday.
Iranian regime has begun shutting off internet in several provinces as Tehran fears another mass protest tomorrow on Thursday.
In a special report, Reuters revealed on Monday that Islamic Republic Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei ordered his top security officials to end the protests in November, which resulted in 1500 deaths.
Iranian security forces in Tehran’s Alborz have called on the local hospitals to provide a list of the names of people who have been treated for injuries since the deadly protests in November, a document showed.
Iranian state TV acknowledged on Tuesday for the first time that security forces killed what it described as “rioters” in several cities during nation-wide protests over fuel price hikes last month.