Iran Body Count

This space has been created to show the violence and deliberate killing of people in Iran after the presidential elections on the 12th of June 2009. Principally it is dedicated to the victims of shootings and people tortured to death in detention centres. If you have any information on these cases, please send them to iranbodycount@gmail.com. If you do not wish, we will not publish names and sensitive details.

این وبلاگ به منظور نشان دادن گوشه ای از خشونت و کشتار حکومت غاصب جمهوری اسلامی در دوره انتخابات است ۲۲ ذخرداد مخصوصا برای قربانیان بعد انتخابات و کسانی که در تیر اندازی ها به صورت رحشیانه ای از دست رفتند نظرات خود را می توانید به این آدرس ارسال کنید و کسنی که مایل به چاپ مشغخصات خود هستند بی نام و نشان چاپ می شوند از حضور گرم شما سپاسگزاریم
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7/03/2009

New names or victims

New names of the victims appeared, with a short description of their fate:

Mohammad Hossein Barzegar, 25, killed in haft-e-Tir square, 28 Khordad.
Seyed Reza Tabatabayee, 30, accountant, killed on Azerbaijan street, 30 khordad.
Iman Hashemi, 27, shot in the eye that killed him on Friday 30 Khordad on Azadi street (on the photo left)
Parisa Keli (sometimes spelled as Koli or Kali, female) 25, graduate in Literature, shot in the neck on 31 Khordad on Keshavarz boulevard.
Mohsen Hadadi, 24, computer software designer, shot in the forehead on Nosrat street, on 30 Khordad.
Mohammad Nikzadi, 22, graduate of building engineering, shot in the chest, in Vanak Square, on 26 khordad.
Ali Shahedi, 24, after being arrested and transferred to the police station in Tehran Pars district, he was killed on 31 Khordad, and the cause of death was not revealed.
Vahid Akbari ,34, married with a 3 years old daughter. Shot in torso, on 30 Khordad on Vanak street.
Abolfazl Abdollahi, 21, shot in the back of the head in front of Sharif University on Azadi street, on Khordad 30.
Salar Tahmasbi, 27, graduate student in trade management in Rasht university, Shot in the forehead on Saturday Khordad 30 on Jomhoori street
Fahimeh Salahshoor, 25, female, hit on the head with a baton on Khordad 21, and died of internal bleeding at the hospital.
Vahid-Reza Tabatabayee, 29, graduate in English, shot in the head in Baharestan square [in front of the parliament] on 3 Tir.

The list expanded to 30. And the official sources still recognise only about 20 people. Unofficial sources are talking about cca. 156 dead, and many others may have already died these days in prisons of their injuries left without first aid or any medical treatment, worsened by horrible hygienic conditions and further torture and mistreatment.

Source in English, source in Persian.

4 comments:

  1. thanks brother/sister.
    i will add more names and pictures.

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  2. I a pharmacist. I live in UK. Before I am labled and before I am told I recieve money from Ahmadinejad I would like to say that in no parts of the world the result of an election can be allowed to be changed in the streets. This by no means implies that I condon killing of innocent people. All I am trying to say is that there are always peaceful ways of doing things. Please do not lable me. Thanks
    Reza

    rezanejad@hotmail.com

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  3. Reza go fuck yourself

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  4. Dear friends, please stop being vulgar here, just because of respect to these dead... who died also for freedom of speech, for all even for those with whom we do not agree. I published Reza's comment just I did not have the time to respond to him. I am not going to flag or ban him, but ask a couple of questions.
    Dear Reza, of course the results of a FAIR and UNDOUBTED election should not be changed by the street, but, please think about this: there are so many people who doubt about the fairness of the elections - no international impartial observers, no press... errors in counting that even Khamenei admitted... of course, I know there are many people who voted for Ahmadi Nejad, but I do not believe in that percentage, maybe maybe if it was 50 and 40. But please, after all these 30 years, how can you be so sure of that person and of a government who lied to the people sooo many times? Why so many people protest and are ready to die in the streets or in prizons? Why are they so desperate? Because they are not happy with the government and with A.N., he had 4 years to show what kind of person he is and it is enough. The people do not want him again and they do not want any more lies. It is simple. IRI is a big failure, lie and crime which caused the death of thousands of innocent people and destroyed the lives of even more of them.. it is not the divine islamic paradise, it is a hell from which so many people want to escape. Even those who did not have any problem with the regime, even those are victims, because they are forced to live in a lie and they are brainwashed. Finally, let me ask you personally, why are you living in the UK? Why are you not living in the IRI if you agree with its government? Please try to think a little bit by yourself and try to understand what do the people really want.

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