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  The List of Iranian killed after Iranian election (Selection) peaceful demonstrations

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iranian Shohada flag Symbol of Democracy   Neda Aghasoltan

Saeed Abbasi

unknown

July 2009

Abolfazl Abdollahi

21 years Diploma in EE

June 30 2009

Neda Aghasoltan

Student Tehran

20 June 2009

Hossein Akbari

18 Tehran

June 15 2009

Vahed Akbari

34 years married with a 3-year-old girl Tehran

June 30 2009

Hossein Akhtarzand

32 years Esphahan

July 2009

Kaveh Alipour

Tehran

15 June 2009

Naser Amirnejad

Aerospace PhD student Tehran U.

14 June 2009

Sohrab Arabi

Tehran

June 2009

Mohammad Mehdi-e Asgarie

IT department Interior Ministry Tehran

June 2009

Kianoosh Assa

chemistry student at Elm va Sanaat University Tehran

June 2009

Fatemeh Barati

Tehran

June 20

Yagoub Barvayeh

masters degree student in Theater at Tehran University

June 2009

Sarvar Boroumand

Tehran

June 25 2009

Meysam Ebadi

17 Tehran

June 2009

Alireza Eftekhari

Tehran

June 2009

Mobina Ehterami

Tehran

June 20 2009

Mostafa Ghanian

Graduate student Tehran U.

14 June 2009

Ramin Ghahremani

Tehran

July 2009

Mohsen Hadadi

24-year-old computer programmer Tehran

June 30 2009

Iman Hashemi

Tehran

June 30 2009

Masoud Hashem-Zadeh

Tehran

June 30 2009

Farzad Hashti

Tehran

June 2009

Mohammad Hossein Barzegar

Tehran

June 27 2009

Mohsen Imani

Tehran

June 20 2009

Seyed-Farzad Jashni

Abdanan from Ilam province lost in Tehran

June 30 2009

Amir Javadifar

student of industrial management in Qazvin

July 14 2009

Bahman Jenabi

Shop worker Tehran

June 20 2009

Mohammad Kamrani

killed in Evin prison Tehran

July 15 2009

Mehdi Karami

killed in Jonat Abad Street Tehran

June 15 2009

Shalar Khazri

Tehran

June 2009

Masoud Khosravi

Tehran

June 25 2009

Mostafa Kiarostami

Tehran

July 2009

Parisa Koli

25-year-old general Graduated literature Tehran

June 31 2009

Hamid Maddah Shorcheh

Mashhad

June 2009

Behzad Mohajer

Tehran

June 15 2009

Taraneh Mousavi

Arrested Raped & Burnet Tehran

July 2009

Ahmad Naeim Abadi

Tehran

July 2009

Iman Namazi

student at Tehran University

June 25 2009

Nader Nasseri

Tehran

June 30 2009

Mohammad Nikzadi

22 year old graduate in Civil Tehran

June 26 2009

Fatemeh Rajabpour and Her daughter

Tehran

June 15 2009

Sadjad Qayed Rahmati

Tehran

July 2009

Mohsen Roh Alamini

Tehran

July 9 2009

Davood Sadri

Karaj

June 2009

Fahimeh Salahshoor

25 years Tehran

June 24 2009

Ali Shahedi

24 years Tehranpars

after arrest June 31 2009

Kasra Sharafi

Tehran

June 20 2009

Kambiz Shojaii

Tehran

June 20 2009

Ashkan Sohrabi

Student Tehran

June 20 2009

Seyed-Reza Tabatabaii

30-year accounting degree Tehran

June 30 2009

Vahid-Reza Tabatabaii

29 years BA in English Tehran

July 3 2009

Salar Tahmasbi

27 years student of Business Administration Rasht

June 30 2009

Hossein Tahmassebi

25 was beaten to death in Kermanshah

June 20 2009

Amir Hossein Tofanipour

Tehran

June 2009

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Neda Agha Soltan

 

 


iranian Shohada flag Symbol of Democracy   Neda AghasoltanNeda Agha Soltan (Persian: ??? ??? ?????), born 1982, died 20 June 2009, was an Iranian woman whose killing, by Basij militia during the 2009 Iranian election protests, was captured on video by bystanders. The graphic videos were posted on the Internet, and her name quickly became a rallying cry for the opposition. Neda means “voice” or “calling” in Persian, and she has been referred to as the “voice of Iran” and “a symbol of pro-democracy protesters battering the Islamic regime” in the World. (From Wikipedia) One blogger posted that Neda was protesting in Tehran when pro-government Basiji militia opened fire and shot her. “The final moments of her tender young life leaked into the pavement of Karegeh Street today, captured by cell phone cameras,” the unnamed blogger posted on Newsvine.com. “And not long after, took on new life, flickering across computer screens around the world on YouTube, and even CNN.” People on Twitter started forming a discussion group with the “hashtag” #neda to post their comments about her death and media coverage of the killing, as well. It became one of the top “trending topics” on Twitter by Saturday evening, early Sunday Tehran time. “Neda, ojala que tu muerte no sea en vano,” one poster tweeted in Spanish. “Neda, I hope that your death is not in vain.” (From CNN)

 

The first word came from abroad. An aunt in the United States called her Saturday in a panic. "Don't go out into the streets, Golshad," she told her. "They're killing people." The relative proceeded to describe a video, airing on exile television channels that are jammed in Iran, in which a young woman is shown bleeding to death as her companion calls out, "Neda! Neda!" A dark premonition swept over Golshad, who asked that her real name not be published. She began calling the cellphone and home number of her friend Neda Agha-Soltan who had gone to the chaotic demonstration with a group of friends, but Neda didn't answer. At midnight, as the city continued to smolder, Golshad drove to the Agha-Soltan residence in the eastern Tehran Pars section of the capital. As she heard the cries and wails and praising of God reverberating from the house, she crumpled, knowing that her worst fears were true. "Neda! Neda!" the 25-year-old cried out. "What will I do?" Neda Agha-Soltan, 26, was shot dead Saturday evening near the scene of clashes between pro-government militias and demonstrators who allege rampant vote-count fraud in the reelection of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. The jittery cellphone video footage of her bleeding on the street has turned "Neda" into an international symbol of the protest movement that ignited in the aftermath of the June 12 voting. To those who knew and loved Neda, she was far more than an icon. She was a daughter, sister and friend, a music and travel lover, a beautiful young woman in the prime of her life.

 

 

 


 

Thaddeus McCotter, a Republican member of the US House of Representatives from Michigan, highlighted the Iranian regimes lack of legitimacy among the population and the international community in a July 21 floor speech. He made the remarks as he stood by a portrait of Taraneh Moussavi, a young girl who was slain during the Iranian peoples nationwide uprising.  

 

 

Taraneh Mousavi

iranian Shohada flag Symbol of Democracy   taraneh Mousavi


 

The burnt corpse of a female demonstrator found after a month in captivity The burnt corpse of Taraneh Mousavi, a 19-year-old woman who was arrested during a demonstration a month ago, was found yesterday between Karaj and Qazvin, west of Tehran. The regime’s henchmen have threatened Taraneh’s family not to hold a funeral ceremony for her and not to tell anyone the way she was killed. Taraneh was arrested by the suppressive forces in Tehran’s Shariati Street and was immediately taken to one of the secret torture center known as “Safe houses.” Two weeks after her arrest, an unidentified person called her mother and told her that Taraneh’s corpse was in a hospital in Karaj but the hospital authorities denied it. Only one employee at the hospital said that the plainclothes agents brought in a woman with similar description to those of Taraneh while she was unconscious and she was taken away from there in the same state.  

Taraneh Mousavi (~1991-?) (Persian: ????? ?????) was a young Iranian woman who reportedly died after being sexually abused while in custody after being arrested for protesting the 2009 election results.[1] Most information about her comes from Iranian blogs and Internet sites and has not been verified.[1] Mousavi was reportedly arrested at a protest rally close to the Ghoba mosque in Tehran on June 28, 2009. Reports are unclear as to whether she was participating in the rally.[2] Some weeks later, according to one Iranian blog, her mother received an anonymous call from a government source informing her that her daughter had been hospitalized for "rupturing of her womb and anus in ... an unfortunate accident". She could be found at Imam Khomeini Hospital in the city of Karaj, just north of Tehran.[1] Another site reportedly has stated that Mousavi "was mentally and physically abused" in Evin prison. The site reported self-described witnesses as saying nothing about her death but that a person matching "her physical description and injuries" had been treated at the Imam Khomeini Hospital, but was unconscious both when witnessed and when later "transferred out of the hospital."[1] On July 17 one the blogs reported that the day before, her family were informed "that a burned corpse matching Taraneh’s description had been found in the desert between Karaj and Qazvin," and that they should keep quiet about the incident. [3] In the US, a Republican Senator publicized the incident in a speech on the Senate floor.[4][5] Doubts have been raised as to the veracity of the story. Mehdi Jami[6] of Newsbann first raised questions about the absence of any evidence of the story being true. This was then picked up on by QLineOrientalist,[7] who argued that the story as presented by a clique of three bloggers with a "high degree of coordination between them" and was riddled by unresolvable internal contradictions. For example, the burned body was supposedly identified by a security official, but it is unclear how a burned body would have been identified as belonging to Taraneh Muslavi by people who, presumably, were not looking for her.[7] The Islamic Republic came up with a video[8] purporting to identify the real Taraneh Musavi. It is generally not accepted because 1) It claims that there are only three Taraneh Musavis in Iran, which is highly unlikely, 2) It claims that Ms. Musavi's relatives never heard of the story, which is also highly unlikely, and 3) If the story was a hoax in the first place, why would the hoaxsters choose a real identity to perpetrate it on?[citation needed]

   

iranian Shohada flag Symbol of Democracy  Sohrab Arabi


 

Sohrab Arabi 19-year-old student killed (iranhumanrights.org, 12 July 2009) Iranian authorities have informed the family of Sohrab Aarabi, 19, that he died of gunshot wounds to his heart, 26 days after he disappeared during a demonstration on 15 June, the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran reported today. Aarabi’s mother, Parvin Fahimi [see in video below outside Evin prison], a member of the Mothers for Peace organization, made numerous attempts to obtain information about his situation, taking his photograph to prisons, courts and other addresses. Finally, on 11 July, after the protests commemorating the “18 Tir” student demonstrations in 1999, the family was summoned by the Revolutionary Court and referred to the Investigatory Bureau (Agahi), and asked to identify Sohrab from among several photographs of corpses. According to family members interviewed by the Campaign, his body had arrived at the coroner’s office on 19 June, five days after his disappearance. Sohrab Aarabi was due to begin his university studies this year. Aarabi died of a gun-shut wounds to his heart but it is not clear if he was first injured and taken to a hospital and died later or that he died on the street on 15 June. “If Sohrab was shot on the street on 15 June, why was it recorded by the coroner only on 19 June?” asked Hadi Ghaemi, spokesperson for the Campaign. “We are calling for an independent investigation and a full account of the causes of Sohrab Aarabi’s death, and appropriate follow-up by the Judiciary,” he said. “Such an investigation should also disclose why the authorities waited so long to tell a mother of her son’s death.” The lack of transparency and calculated delay in releasing the information about Aarabi’s unexplained death only raises anxieties about scores of others who are among the disappeared as well as those who have been held in incommunicado detention, with no contact to family members or lawyers, many for almost a month. An additional approximately 190 persons were arrested following the most recent demonstrations on 9 July. “Many families fear they will also be told their loved ones were killed in the demonstrations, and will be left to wonder if it is the truth, “ Ghaemi said. “Indeed, the families of the disappeared are suffering from a form of torture because of the absence of credible information.”  

A 19 year old, Sohrab Arabi, disappeared more than 3 weeks ago after he participated in post election protests in Iran. His mother was told he was being held in Evin prison, and she routinely visited the prison trying to find information about her son. Sohrab was dead, reportedly killed as a result of torture. At Sorab Arabi’s funeral his mother called out the cowards who murdered him and proclaimed, “I won’t be Silenced.”

   

 

Mehdi Karami ???? ???? and Mostafa Ghanian ????? ????? were among the first known names of martyrs. Mehdi Karami was 25 years old and was killed on the intersection of Jonat Abad Street and Kashani street by a bullet to the throat. It happened in Tehran, 15 June 2009. No more information are given. His face is known from the placards held by demonstrators.    

The case of Mostafa Ghanian is remarkable: he was not shot on the street in a demonstration, he was killed during the attack of the Basij militiamen and/or possibly members of other security forces on the university dormitories on June 14th, 2009 in Tehran. His body was buried in Mashad a few days later, June 21st. He was a graduate civil engineering student, his age is not given but it is possible he was cca. 25. A photo of a body horribly disfigured and with a deep wound from an axe or big knife is said to be of Mostafa.

 

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