Hundreds have been killed in the last 2 months. Thousands were murdered in the last 43 years. And right now Kurdish cities like #Javanrud, #Bukan, #Piranshahr and #Mahabad are under siege. Be firm to the Islamic regime's criminals.
The Iranian authorities’ unrelenting brutal crackdown on what many in Iran consider an ongoing popular uprising against the Islamic Republic system has involved an all-out attack on child protesters who have courageously taken to the streets in search of a future without political oppression and inequality. Since the eruption of the uprising on 16 September 2022, Iran’s security forces have killed with absolute impunity at least 23 children and injured many more in a bid to crush the spirit of resistance among the country’s youth and retain their iron grip on power at any cost.
on Saturday 26 November at 1 pm City Hall S12JA we will be gathiring to support Iranian Kurdish and children
The pursuit of justice is a part of ongoing revolution in Iran. We shall remember the atrocities of Islamic Republic. Three years ago, thousands of Iranians were killed in silence. It is upon us to shed light on the darkness.
The Association of Families of Flight PS752 Victims and a number of families of #BloodyNovember victims, are organizing a worldwide rally on Saturday Nov. 19, to commemorate the victims of November 2019 Massacre and in support of the revolution in Iran. In Sheffield ، we will also join this movement.
On Saturday 19th November at 1pm start point Town Hall we will do rally
On Sunday 13th November we had protest performance in memory of all victims of #bloodynovember and victims of recents#iranrevolution2022
In Iran, November is remembered as ‘Bloody November’ or ‘Bloody Aban’.
For 43 years the Islamic Republic has cast a dark shadow on the people of Iran. This regime has imprisoned, tortured and murdered countless innocent Iranians. The devastating situation of human rights in Iran, sparked by the death of Mahsa Jina Amini, has triggered worldwide protests for the last 7 weeks. These unprecedented protests and further pressure through economical and political means is defining another revolution in Iran.
So far, what has been recorded, over 14,500 protestors are imprisoned and kept in devastating conditions, over 300 people have died and the numbers are changing on a daily basis – unofficially we believe these numbers to be far more. There have been previous uprisings in Iran, not to the same extent which makes this uprising incredibly unique.
The bloody November uprising took place in 2019 and 2020, initially caused by a 50-200% increase in fuel prices but quickly manifested to anti-government protests. The protests spread to 21 cities within hours. 1,500 people were killed and many more imprisoned and tortured. The protests were crushed in 3 days. This was one of the most violent and severe anti-government protests since the rise of the Islamic Republic in 1979.
We will be joining together in Sheffield City Centre to remember the innocent victims of Bloody November and show our solidarity with the people of Iran, who for the past 7 weeks are fighting for their freedom.
The protest will be one of performance with visual representations of innocent victims who have been executed or killed during protests. If you would like to take part please wear a white t-shirt and bring a flower if possible. After we have finished the performance at 2pm, we will then move peacefully to the World War I and II memorial to place the flowers together. All the people who have died during these movements are individuals who fought and believed in freedom, democracy, and unity.
We will remember them.
full scenario and videos are available on link below
On the 29th October in Sheffield City Centre Iranians and other nationalities joined in a unified global event - ‘the human chain’ organised by the association of families of flight PS752 Victims. South Yorkshire Iranians was one of the many cities who took part. With over 200 people attending, a human chain was created with pictures of innocent victims murdered by the Islamic Republic being passed from person to person. The passing of pictures signified the message that was handed from the journalists Niloofar Hamedi and Elaheh Mohammadi to twitter explaining the hospitalisation and consequent death of Mahsa Jina Amini.
Mahsa’s death was the spark for this woman led revolution. The message is clear from the Iranian people, women life freedom; men country prosperity.
Over 14,000 recorded arrests have taken place, over 304 recorded killings and the protests are still vigorously continuing in Iran. It is challenging to retrieve videos and photos from Iran as the government has severely suppressed the internet to stop the international community to learn of the atrocities happening everyday on the streets across all cities in Iran.
Association’s Statement on October 29 #FreedomHumanChainCLICK here
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An innocent young 22 year old was murdered on the 16th September by the name of Mahsa Jina Amini. Mahsa travelled from Kurdistan, her hometown, to Tehran with her brother for shopping - it was the first time she came to Tehran. Wearing a headscarf and being moderately dressed is compulsory in Iran. Mahsa was stopped by the ‘morality police’ for having a strand of her hair outside of her headscarf.
Mahsa was severely beaten upon arrest, to the extent that she later died of a cerebral hemorrhage/stroke. This was reported by two female journalists, Niloofar Hamedi and Elaheh Mohammadi, who are currently incarcerated in Tehran’s notorious Evin Prison. Both journalists currently have been ‘tried’ and given sentences which usually results in the death penalty.
In Iran it is custom to hold a ‘chehlom’ which marks 40 days of mourning and a final goodbye to those who have passed.
Outside the Town Hall in Sheffield City Centre a candle vigil was held in respect of Mahsa Jina Amini - the young girl that has sparked the global uprising of Iranian people. This uprising encompasses more than protests of women rights, but of human rights. The Iranian women are leading this revolution and one fact is clear - the Islamic Republic is not wanted in Iran. This revolution is solely for a free, democratic and unified Iran.
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The Time has Come
In an attempt to silence the people of Iran, the Head of the Iranian Revolutionary guard Hossein Salami explained security crackdown will intensify to end the daily protests. The association of families of flight PS752 Victims organised the first of many global protests to show solidarity and echo the voices of the people in Iran’s streets fighting for their lives. South Yorkshire Iranians conducted a march for this event starting from the Town Hall protesting for justice and freedom for Iranians.
Iranian security forces and the revolutionary guards brutality continues, with university students being taken from dormitories for protesting or children as young as 11 being taken to mental institutions. It has been said prisoners have been kept in devastating conditions, with reports of rape and severe torture.
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