Iran, Where Protests Increase in Intensity, Returns to Fire Place
Protests that started in Iran’s capital Tehran after Mahsa Amini’s death spread throughout the country. As the protests increased in intensity, the streets turned into places of fire. It was stated that the demonstrators burned many places during the events.
The death of 22-year-old Mahsa Emini on September 16, who fell ill and was taken to hospital after being detained by the Irshad patrols, known as the “morality police” in Tehran, on September 13, created outrage in the country. The demonstrations that started after Emini’s funeral in her hometown Sakkız on September 17 spread to many cities of the country.
THE STREETS ARE BURNING
After the demonstrations in Iran increased the dose, the streets almost came to the place where the fire started. In the latest images from Tehran, the streets of the city are set on fire by demonstrators, while anti-regime slogans are shouted during the protests. The police response to the events is also quite harsh.
AMINI REMEMBERED ON THE 40TH DAY OF HIS DEATH
Mahsa Emini, who caused protests across the country with his death after being detained in Iran, was commemorated at his grave yesterday on the 40th day of his death. According to his images on social media, hundreds of people marched to his grave in Sakkız city to commemorate Emini in the morning.
233 PEOPLE LOSE
On the other hand, the Iranian Human Rights Activists Agency (HRANA) claimed in its report that 233 people died between September 17 and October 14, including 32 children and 26 security guards.