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Iran news in brief, December 4, 2019

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IRGC Forces Massacre Protesters Hiding in Marsh in Southwest Iran

Members of the Iranian Regime Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps opened fire on a group of protesters in the marshlands of Mahshahr in Khuzestan Province.
The reports from the city come after Iran lifted an almost complete internet blackout which the authorities implemented to hide the scope of their brutal crackdown on protests. The internet is still off in Mahshahr in Iran’s southwest.
Local witnesses have reported that the Revolutionary Guards resorted to lethal force to crush the protests on Monday, November 18, after demonstrators blocked the roads leading to a nearby major industrial petrochemical complex.
17-year-old Ahma Albu Ali is among those confirmed killed in the marsh massacre of protesters. He was shot at the point-blank by IRGC forces.

Iran Protests: Three Other Female Victims Identified

Three other women, who were killed by the Iranian regime’s security forces during the uprising are identified: Nassim Ghorbani in Tehran; Halimeh Samiri in Abadan; and Sepideh Hassani from Soldouz in Naghadeh, West Azerbaijan Province.
Sepideh Hassani was shot dead by security forces during the protests in Tehran. She was buried in her hometown of Soldouz, in Naghadeh.
Halimeh Samiri was arrested and detained during the protests in Abadan. She was tortured to death by the regime’s revolutionary guards who later threw her lifeless body outside her father’s residence.

Number of Iran Uprising Martyrs Surpasses 1000

The People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (MEK) announced that the number of those killed by the Iranian regime’s suppressive forces during the nationwide uprising that engulfed 187 cities has surpassed 1000.
The MEK announced the names of another 33 victims, in addition to the 222 names it had released previously. This brings to 255 the number of victims identified so far.
Identifying and recording the names of the martyrs is taken place even though the religious dictatorship ruling Iran has been utilizing all its suppressive and security agencies and its notorious machinery of censorship and repression to conceal the scope of its crimes against humanity.
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, described the massacre of protesters across Iran on Khamenei’s orders as one of the most egregious cases of crime against humanity in 21st century. She called on the international community to take urgent action to stop the suppression and the slaughter in Iran.

Tehran: Pictures and Messages of Resistance’s Leadership on Iran Uprising

On Sunday, despite the state of full alert on the part of the regime’s suppressive forces, the Resistance Units posted large portraits carrying the messages of Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran and Mr. Massoud Rajavi, the Leader of the Iranian Resistance, in different parts of Tehran, such as streets, expressways and parks.
The banners read, “More flames on the way. Uprising for freedom is ablaze,” “Regime cannot stop the uprising with killings and arrests,” “Rebellious youth have made life like hell for you,” “Tremors of overthrow shake the ruling theocracy to its foundations,” and “Victorious strategy of Liberation Army was tested in rebellious units, districts, and cities.”

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