Children killed by regime armed forces during Iran Protests
By Daniel Mahdavi
Iran’s nationwide protests started after the regime tripled the price of gasoline on November 15. Angry protesters torched hundreds of banks, seminaries, offices of the representatives of the regime’s Supreme Leader, and IRGC and Bassij bases.
Protesters chanted against the Supreme Leader and called for the “mullahs to get lost”.
Following the protests, Supreme Leader Khamenei called protesters “thugs” in a televised speech. In the days that followed, the regime mobilized all its forces against protesters, opening fire on gatherings of more than 10 people in some parts of Iran.
More than 1,000 protesters were killed while at least 4,000 were injured. An Iranian MP said that 7,000 protesters were arrested but other reports indicate that around 12,000 have been detained.
Many of the people killed in these demonstrations are children, teenagers and women. In a previous report we presented the names and photos of several of the Iranian women killed in the protests. Here are the names of several children and teenagers who have been killed by regime armed force: