Annual Analytical and Statistical Report on Human Rights in Iran for the year 2022

This leaflet contains the Annual Analytical and Statistical Report on Human Rights in Iran for the year 2022. The report, prepared by the Department of Statistics and Publications of Human Rights Activists in Iran (HRA), is the result of daily effort on the part of the organization and its members, and as part of a daily statistic and census project that started in 2009 by this organization.
This annual report on human rights violations in Iran is the result of collection, analyzation, and documentation of 13342 reports concerning human rights, gathered from 267 news sources during 2022 [January 1st to December 20th]. 55% of reports analyzed came from sources gathered and reported by Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), while 13% came from official Iranian government sources or sources close to the government. 32% of reports came from other human rights news agencies.

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The following 62-pages include statistical overviews and related charts regarding women’s rights, children’s rights, prisoners’ rights, etc. Despite a 128% increase in reports of human rights violations from provinces other than Tehran when compared to last year’s Annual Report, yet data from this year still indicates that smaller cities lack adequate reporting and monitoring of human rights.
This report is the result of the work of courageous human rights activists in Iran who pay a very high cost for striving to enact their humanitarian beliefs. However, for obvious reasons (i.e. existing governmental limitations, bans on the free exchange of information and government interference with the existence of human rights organizations in the country), this report by no means is free of errors and cannot solely reflect the actual status of human rights in Iran. Having said that, it should be emphasized that this report is considered one of the most accurate, comprehensive, and authentic reports on human rights conditions in Iran. It serves as an informative resource for human rights activists and organizations working on Iran who seek to better understand the challenges and opportunities that they may face.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

▪️ MONITORING 
▪️ ETHNIC RIGHTS 
▪️ RELIGIOUS RIGHTS
▪️ FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION
▪️ TRADE UNIONS AND ASSOCIATIONS
▪️ ACADEMIA/ RIGHT TO EDUCATION 
▪️ RIGHT TO LIFE (DEATH PENALTY) 
▪️ CULTURAL RIGHTS 
▪️ WORKERS’ RIGHTS
▪️ CHILDREN’S RIGHTS
▪️ WOMEN’S RIGHTS
▪️ PRISONERS’ RIGHTS
▪️ SECURITY FORCES’ VIOLENCE AND CITIZENS’ SAFETY
▪️ SENTENCES
▪️ ARRESTS
▪️ SEXUAL AND GENDER MINORITIES

MONITORING

The following map illustrates the number of reports per province made by human rights organizations and news agencies. This is a direct reflection of each province’s civil rights capacities in 2022.

The highest number of reports were published in November, while the lowest number of reports published occurred in April.

55% of reports analyzed came from sources gathered and reported by Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), while 13% came from official Iranian government sources or sources close to the government. 32% of reports came from other human rights news agencies.

In 2022, at least 3046 protests were held across 31 provinces. Of these, 1,289 were union rallies, 266 were workers’ rallies, 149 were rallies related to economic hardship, 1297 were rallies against the suppression of freedom of expression, and were 26 union student demands rallies, 1 gathering in the field of children and 18 gatherings in the field of the environment. In addition to the rallies, there were also 94 labor strikes and 225 union strikes, and 344 non-union strikes as well.

As indicated in the distribution map, there exists a major discrepancy between the capital Tehran, and other parts of the country in terms of the number of published reports. This is while the census of 2021 reported a population of 9,039,000 in Tehran, compared to a population of 75,016,000 in the rest of the country.
Statistics indicate that, the focus or ability to report of the human rights reporters has been 20% in the Tehran and 80% in the other parts of the country.

Categories of human rights violations based on the number of reports in 2022
To study categories of human rights violations in Iran, it is important to initially compare the categories based on the number of reports made in each category in the past year.

ETHNIC RIGHTS

In the field of ethnic and national rights, a total of 205 reports was registered by the Department of Statistics and Publication of Human Rights Activists in Iran (HRA) in 2022. According to these reports, at least 225 people were arrested, 73 of whom were arrested without a legal arrest warrant. It should be noted that, even though the charges against 164 of these detainees remain unknown yet based on other indications and precedent cases they have been considered in this category.
A total of 12 people were sentenced to 751 months in prison, which breaks down to 726 months of imprisonment and 25 months of suspended imprisonment. A total of 68 individuals were summoned by the security and judicial institutions. In addition, 3 people were fined two hundred and seventy million Rials.
In addition, the following reports have been registered; Trial of 8 people in security-judicial institutions, 1 case of travel ban outside the country, 16 cases of beatings, 33 cases of house searches, and 2 cases of carrying out imprisonment sentences.
Compared to the previous year there has been a 49% decrease in the arrest of ethnic minorities and an 80% decrease in prison sentences.
The highest number of violations occurred in the month of July while the lowest occurred in the month of November

RELIGIOUS RIGHTS

In this category, 199 reports have been registered by the Department of Statistics in 2022. These reports include 140 arrests, 102 summons by judicial and security institutions, 64 cases of deprivation from education, and 94 cases of police home raids.
More so, there has been 2 cases of demolition of religious sites, 39 cases of imprisonment, 51 issuances of travel bans (which violate of freedom of movement,) and 11 cases of individuals brought to trial for their religious beliefs.
79 members of religious minorities were sentenced by judicial institutions to a total of 3432 months of imprisonment (1921 months of imprisonment and 11 months of suspended inprisonment) and 888 months of exile. In addition, 23 people were fined three billion five hundred and ninety million Rials, 1 person was sentenced to 74 lashes, and 10 people were deprived of social rights.
The number of citizens arrested in the category of religious minorities has Increase by 145% in 2022 compared to 2021, and the prison sentences issued by the judiciary have Decrease by 2%

The highest number of violations have been reported in August, while the lowest occurred in March.
From the total human rights reports regarding the violation of religious minorities rights, 64.63% belonged to the violation of the rights of Baha’is, while 20.84% of the reports indicated violation of the rights of Christians, 8.84% Yarsanis, 4.63% Sunnis, and 0.63% “Others”, 0.42% Dervishes. Note that reports labeled as “Other” are those that did not belong to a specific group of religious minorities.

FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION

6311 reports of violations against freedom of thought and expression have been registered by the Department of Statistics in 2022. These violations included 22655 individuals arrested, 331 summons to judiciary and security authorities, 2 reports of publications banned, and 12 convictions for publications.
In this category, reports of the 201 trials were published including; 31 travel bans issued, 65 carrying out prison sentences, 34 house searches, 94 internet disruption, 140 beatings, 1297 assembly, 344 strikes.
In 2022, 711 arrestees were sentenced to at least a total of 14,896 months of imprisonment. This breaks down to 9720 months in prison and 376 months of suspended prison terms. It should be noted that 1815 months of this amount have been issued by the Court of Appeal.
Also, 62 people were sentenced to five billion and five hundred and ninety million Rials in fines, 35 people were sentenced to 1,824 lashes and 37 were deprived of social rights. Additionally, 2 people received a total of 99 lashes. Compared to 2021, reports regarding violations of freedom of expression have increased by 2000%, sentences issued by the judiciary have increased by 230% based on the number of people tried, and prison sentences increased by 46%.

TRADE UNIONS AND ASSOCIATIONS

2071 reports were registered by the Department of Statistics and Publications related to the rights of trade unions and other associations, that includes arrest of 309 members of trade unions, 123 summons to judicial and security institutions, trials for 37 individuals were held, 10030 individuals were fired or suspended, at least 124 months of wages were deferred, 3 cases of suicide, and 3834 facilities were shutdown.
Also, 25 people were sentenced to 940 months of imprisonment, of which 696 months are imprisonment and 244 months of suspended imprisonment. In addition, 252 months of this amount have been issued by the Court of Appeal. Additionally, A fine of 40 million Rials and 74 lashes has been issued for 1 person.
In 2022, at least 1289 protests and 225 union strikes were held. There were 43 reported instances of prevention of protest gatherings. Most of these protests were related to salary/wage demands from corporations, bad economic conditions, and lack of proper management of corporations.
In reports related to trade unions and associations compared to the previous year, there has been a 1000% Increase in the number of arrests, an 1150% Increase in sentences issued compared, and a 1300% increase in imprisonment sentences.
The highest number of violations occurred in the month of January while the lowest is in September.

ACADEMIA/ RIGHT TO EDUCATION

The Department of Statistics and Publication of Human Rights Activists in Iran registered 126 reports related to violations of academic rights in 2022. Accordingly, 10 students were arrested, and as mentioned in the religious rights section of this report, 64 students were prevented from continuing their education because of their religion. More so, there has been 5 other cases of hindering of education, and one person was sentenced to 12 months of imprisonment and 74 lashes.
In the category of academia and the right to education, there has been a 233% increase in the number of arrests and a 85% decrease in the issuance of prison sentences compared to the previous year.
For the school students there has been, 61 cases of preventing education, 6 cases of physical punishment, 7 cases of rape and sexual abuse, 2 cases of suicide, and 65 cases of poisoning. In addition, in the last year, at least 780,000 students dropped out of school.
The highest number of violations occurred in the month of August while the lowest instance is observed in the month of February.

RIGHT TO LIFE (DEATH PENALTY)

The Department of Statistics and Publication of Human Rights Activists in Iran registered 457 reports related to the death penalty in 2022. This included 92 death sentences, including the conviction of 6 people to public execution and 565 execution sentences were carried out, 2 of which have been carried out in public. Based on the announced identifications of some of the executed individuals, 501 were male and 11 were female. In addition, 5 juvenile offenders were executed in 2022, meaning they were under the age of 18 at the time they committed the crime.
According to these reports, 48.67% of the executions were based on murder charges, while 42.83% were related to drug-related charges, 2.65% were for sexual offenses, and 2.48% of the charges are unknown, 1.77% were executed on charges of Moharebeh (non-political), 1.06% on security charges (espionage, terror, or bombing), 0.53% on charges of Moharebeh or Baghi (political-security) in Iran.
The highest number of violations occurred in July while the lowest number occurred in April.
The following pie chart illustrates the number of death sentences issued and carried out across the country in 2022. The majority of death sentences were based on murder charges (48.67%), followed by drug charges (42.83%).

The execution of death sentences across Iran’s provinces in 2022, Sistan and Baluchestan province with 18.58% has the highest number of executions, followed by Alborz province which has two of the most populated prisons in Iran with 16.11% of the executions.
Rajai Shahr and Zahedan Prisons carried out the most death sentences.
Of those executed in 2022, 2% were female, and 89% were male, while the gender of the other 9% is unknown.
These executions are reported by independent sources and human rights organizations, indicating that 65% of executions are carried out in secret or without any public notice.

Executions carried out in 2022 compared to 2021 increased by 88%. The number of death sentences issued increased by 8%.

 

CULTURAL RIGHTS

The Department of Statistics and Publication of Human Rights Activists in Iran registered 17 reports related to violations of cultural rights in 2022. This included reports of 7 arrests, 27 individuals summoned to judicial and security organizations, 4 trials held, 1 house search, 4 cases of obstruction and interference with publications, 1 case of stopping an event and speech, 2 cases of confiscation of property and belongings.
In this category, arrests have increased by 16% compared to the previous year.
In a monthly comparison, the highest number of violations were reported in May, while the highest increase of number of reports were in January, February, September, October, November, and December.
The number of violations of cultural rights in 2022 compared to 2021.

WORKERS’ RIGHTS

The Department of Statistics of Human Rights Activists in Iran registered 1056 reports of violations of workers’ rights in 2022. This included 53 arrests. 36 workers activists or workers were sentenced to 117 months in prison, 510 lashes and 51,000,000 tomans in fines, and 31 people were summoned to judicial and security organizations.
Additionally, 14 cases of trials by judicial authorities, 10 cases of suicide, 5 cases of self-immolation, 1 cases of beatings, 12 cases of house searches, and 5 cases of carrying out imprisonment sentences, have been reported.
During 2022, a total of 1048 months of overdue payment of salaries to workers was reported, 8353 workers were laid off or fired, 9038 people reported unemployment, 1720742 lacked work insurance, 9168 workers were waiting for work-related decisions, and 14 factories were shut down.
In addition, 354 people have lost their lives in work-related accidents, and 1497 workers have been injured while at work. On a global scale amongst other counties, Iran ranks 102nd in work safety.
In a monthly comparison of workers’ rights violations in 2022, the highest number of violations happened January and the lowest in November.
Based on collected reports work accidents in the past year have been 17% due to fires, 16% in constructions, 11% in factories, 10% workers falling from heights, 10% accidents, 9% hard object hitting the victim, 8% falling during excavation and in wells, 5% electrocutions, 5% chocking, 4% in mines, 2% in farming, 1% in petrochemical and refineries, 1% heat strokes, 1% frostbites.

In 2022, there were at least 266 worker protests, with 2 reported of preventing the protests, and 96 workers strike took place. The majority of these protests were regarding wages.
Based on these reports, the arrest of workers has decreased by 17% compared to 2021. However, the issuance of prison sentences has increased by 300% compared to the previous year.

CHILDREN’S RIGHTS

A total of 434 reports of violations of children’s rights in 2022 were registered by the Department of Statistics of Human Rights Activists in Iran. However, it should be mentioned because of secrecy regarding these incidents, leading to underreporting, there is no accurate statistic in this field. Reports included at least 21564 cases of child abuse, 23 cases of rape and sexual abuse, 41 murders of children, 5 self-immolation, 54 cases of child suicide, 1 case of honor killing, and 43268 cases of child laborer.
In addition, there were more than 200,000 instances of child marriage and 5 million students are deprived of primary education. Many students in Iran have been deprived of education due to lack of access to e-learning facilities, as well as child marriages, poverty, cultural issues.
As mentioned in the section on the death penalty, at least 5 juvenile offenders have been executed in 2022.
There are no reliable statistics regarding the arrest of minors during the nation-wide protests, however from arrestees whose identities have been confirmed at least 167 were children.
In the monthly comparison in this category, the highest number of violations were reported in November and the lowest number in February.

WOMEN’S RIGHTS

The Department of Statistics of Human Rights Activists in Iran registered 124 reports of violations of women’s rights in 2022, including; 64 cases of domestic violence, 14 cases of rape and sexual harassment, 32 case of murder, 26 cases of honor killing (including murder of 4 men), 4 self-immolations, 5 cases of acid attacks, 5 cases of suicide, and 1708 cases where women’s rights activists were summoned to judicial and security organizations, 1701 Hijab related cases, 4 cases of imprisonment sentences being carried out and 62 cases of discrimination in social environments.
Based on this report, 322 women have been detained for reasons related to women’s rights. At least 3 women’s rights activists were sentenced to 64 months in prison and a fine of eighty million rials
Based on the number of reports per month, the highest number of reports were in July and the lowest in December.
The number of violations of human rights in the category of women’s rights in 2022 compared to 2021.

PRISONERS’ RIGHTS

The Department of Statistics of Human Rights Activists in Iran registered 1127 reports of violations of prisoner’s rights in 2022 including; 133 physical assault of prisoners, 4322 of deprivation of medical care, 204 of illegal transfer to solitary confinement, 102 of attempted hunger strikes, 166 of forced transportation or exile, 4983 of threats against prisoners, 46 of banning prisoners from having visitors, 652 of psychological and physical torture, 20 prisoners died due to illness, 2 arrestees were killed by prison authorities, and 14 prisoners committed suicide.
There were also 206 cases where prisoners lacked lawyers, 5977 reports of prisoners being held in unsuitable circumstances, 391 cases of forced confessions, 3523 cases of non-segregation of prisoners based on crimes, 2805 cases of denial of sick leave, and 362 cases of denial of having contact with outside the prison.
In this category, there have also been 405 cases of prisoners kept in an unsure state regarding their sentence and 954 cases of lack of adequate information on the prisoner.
The highest number of reports of violations of prisoner’s rights occurred in December and the lowest in March.

SECURITY FORCES’ VIOLENCE AND CITIZENS’ SAFETY

Death of civilians

This section is dedicated to the killing or injury of civilians by police or military institutions. In 2022, a total of 845 people were shot by military forces. At least 571 of the victims lost their life. This includes 22 Kolbar, 9 fuel carriers, and 540 civilians. 274 people were injured by military forces open fire, including 134 Kolbar, 128 civilians, and 12 fuel carriers.
Additionally, 39 Kolbars were affected by climate and geographic factors such as freezing and falling from heights, 34 of whom were injured, and 5 were killed.

Victims of landmines and explosions

The landmines left from the war threaten the lives of civilians living in border cities each year. The Iranian government continues to manufacture and plant anti-personnel mines against international agreements, arguing that the use of these type of landmines is the only effective way to keep its vast borders safe.
Based on reports, at least 5 civilians in the past year have lost their lives to landmines in border areas, while 32 other civilians have been injured.

Floggings

The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) has explicitly banned the use of inhuman or degrading punishments such as flogging. However, based on the reports gathered in 2022, flogging sentences were carried out for at least 9 accused, who were sentenced to a total of 317 floggings.
It should be noted that the judiciary issued at least a total of 12512 flogging sentences in the past year.

Intervention in personal affairs of civilians

In 2022, at least 64 civilians were arrested for attending or hosting personal gatherings and parties.
Victims of credit-financial and investment institutions
In 2022, at least 149 groups of civilians –mostly consisting of those who have lost money due to poor economic conditions, or those whose rights have been violated– have organized protests. These protests took place in 24 provinces. The provinces with the most protests were Tehran, Eastern Azerbaijan, Khuzestan, and Khorasan Razavi.
The highest number of reports related to violence from security forces and citizens’ safety occurred in September and the lowest was in December.
The number of Military violence in 2022 in comparison with 2021

SENTENCES

The judiciary of the Iranian government, including both in initial trial and appeal, issued 17872 months of imprisonment in 2022. These reports included 751 months of imprisonment for ethnic minorities, 3432 months of imprisonment for religious minorities, 14896 months of imprisonment related to freedom of expression, 940 months of imprisonment related to union activity, 117 months of imprisonment for workers, 64 months of imprisonment in women’ rights category, 12 months of imprisonment for students, and 2460 months in prison for Environmental activists were sentenced. Also, these citizens were sentenced to one billion and eleven million Toman in fines and 12512 lashes.
These statistics only include the court sentences that indicated detailed information or characteristics of the verdicts.
The highest number of reports was in December and the lowest in July.
In 2022, the number of convictions of citizens and activists increase by 37%. However, the convictions in the following categories decreased: Religious Minorities by 2%, Ethnic Minorities by 80%, Women’s Rights by 25% and Students by 85%.
The following categories saw an increase in convictions: Freedom of Expression by 230%, Unions by 1150% and, Workers by 300%.

ARRESTS

In 2022, security forces arrested 23977 individuals due to political or civil rights-related activities.
The statistical analysis exhibited 309 cases of arrest in the trade union category, 225 arrests in the category of ethnic minorities, 140 arrests in the category of religious minorities, 22655 arrests in the category of freedom of expression, 167 arrests related to children’s rights, 10 arrests of university students, 7 arrests in the field of cultural rights, 53 arrests in the category of workers’ rights, and 23 arrests in the field of Environment.
324 women were prosecuted for their activities, including the promotion of their desired lifestyle. Also, 64 citizens have been arrested for organizing or participating in a private party.
Based on the number of reports per month, the highest number of reports in this category fell in October and the lowest in March.
In 2022, the number of arrests increased by 1330% in total. Broken into categories, the number of arrests decreased in the Ethnic Minority category by 49%, in Cultural rights increased by 16%, Religious minorities increased by 145%, Unions increased by 1000%, Students increased by 233%, Workers’ Rights decreased by 17%, and Freedom of Expression increased by 2000%.

SEXUAL AND GENDER MINORITIES

The rights of sexual and gender minorities have been analyzed in this Annual Report of Human Rights Activists in Iran as a subset of other categories. The main reason for this is that the small handful of reports in this regard do not allow analysis.
Creating an independent categorization, even with a small number of reports, is in fact an attempt to increase surveillance of this group.
The rights of sexual and gender minorities in the country are systematically violated in various ways. The criminalization of homosexuality and the non-recognition of transgender identity before gender reassignment procedures are two of many systematic violations that are codified into domestic law.
There are many obstacles in reporting on this topic, including open hatred against members of the community, cultural taboos, legal barriers, and the weakness of Iranian civil rights organizations in monitoring and reporting violations. The government’s policy in dealing with sexual minority issues in Iran exacerbates the vulnerability of these groups.
Among the few reports published in this area, we can mention 2 cases of assaults and 1 case of suicide, that have directly been linked to the sexual orientation of the victim.
In some cases, security and law enforcement agencies acknowledge the detention and harassment of members of this community. For example, in June of this year, Reza Molouki, head of the FATA police in the east of Tehran Province announced the identification and arrest of a citizen on charges of “corruption on earth”, calling his relationship with a homosexual illegitimate.
Trans citizens face legal problems in addition to cultural issues in the process of changing their identity documents or seeking exemption from conscription. In one report, a citizen living in Tehran, after obtaining a military exemption due to their gender identity, lost their employment and was unable to renew their license as an expert of the Food and Drug Administration.
In 2019, the World Health Organization updated its guidelines on disorders related to sexuality and gender identity in the ICD-11. In doing so, transgender identity was no longer recognized as a “disorder” by the WHO.

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A Comprehensive Report of the First 82 days of Nationwide Protests in Iran

  HRANA – Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old young woman, was arrested by the morality police for the crime of improper hijab. Her arrest and death in detention fueled nationwide protests in Iran. Protesters came to the streets with the central slogan “Women, Life, Freedom” in protest against the performance, laws, and structure of the regime. The following 486-page report is dedicated to the statistical review, analysis, and summary of the first eighty-two days of the ongoing protests (September 17 to December 7, 2022). In this report, in addition to the geographic analysis and the presentation of maps and charts, the identity of 481 deceased, including 68 children and teenagers, an estimated of 18,242 arrested along with the identity of 3,670 arrested citizens, 605 students and 61 journalists or activists in the field of information is compiled. In addition, the report includes a complete collection of 1988 verified video reports by date and topic. The report examines protests across 1115 documented gatherings in all 31 provinces of the country, including 160 cities and 143 universities.

Summary

Mahsa (Zhina) Amini, a young 22-year-old woman from Saqqez, Kurdistan was visiting Tehran, when she was taken into custody on Tuesday, September 13, 2022, by the Morality Police officers at the Haqqani metro station in Tehran. The reason for her arrest: not properly observing the strict Islamic dress code. Mahsa/Zhina was taken to the infamous detention center of Moral Security Police known as Vozara.
Shortly after Mahsa’s arrest, she went into a coma with level three concussion, and her partially alive body was transferred to the intensive care unit of Kasra Hospital. Given the track record of the police and Guidance Patrols in mistreating the arrestees and similar previous incidents, with the believe that Mahsa was beaten during the arrest people were outraged.

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Unpersuasive explanations given by the Central Command of the Islamic Republic Police Force (FARAJA) in defense of its actions regarding the death of Mahsa, the past performance of the police force, along with widespread dissatisfaction with the existence of a body called the Moral Security Police, fueled widespread protests in Iran.
The widespread protests sparked at the time Mahsa Amini was announced dead in front of Kasra Hospital on Argentina Street in Tehran, and then quickly spread to the streets despite the intimidating presence of Iran’s security forces. The protests intensified after Mahsa’s burial in a Saqqez cemetery. To the extent that after eighty-two days of nationwide protests between September 17, 2022, to December 7, 2022, they have spread to Iran’s all 31 provinces, 160 cities, and 143 major universities.
The protests did not stay limited to Mahsa’s death, it rather, quickly targeted the Iranian government’s political and ideological foundations. These protests were violently quashed by the anti-riot police and Iran’s militia force (Basij). teargas, pellets, and live ammunition were used in the repression of protestors. This widespread crackdown has led to the death of dozens of people and the wounding of hundreds of protestors.
Despite sever communication restrictions imposed by the Islamic Republic, this report attempts to give a clearer picture of the first 82 days of the protests between September 17, to December 7, 2022. It’s worth mentioning at the time of this report the protests are still ongoing in various forms.

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Spreading Justice; Iran Protests Weapons Analysis

Iranian officials fail to use non-violent means before resorting to the use of force or firearms

Iranian officials fail to use non-violent means before resorting to the use of force or firearms

SPREADING JUSTICE– As nationwide protests continue across Iran, Spreading Justice continues to monitor the use of violence namely lethal force against protestors. Despite the claims of authorities, there is concrete evidence pointing to the use of excessive and lethal force against protestors.

The presence of the FARAJA force is prominent; indeed, these special units are much more visible in the current unrest than in previous instances. In addition to the FARAJA, the Imam Ali Security Battalions, affiliated with the Basij Forces, under the command of the IRGC ground forces are playing a key role in the suppression of unarmed protestors.

Spreading Justice has collected evidence which shows the use of lethal weapons by the above forces. In addition to anti-riot equipment such as tear gas, pepper spray, shockers, and batons, the repressive forces have used a variety of prohibited weapons against civilians. The report released today documents a series of reports analyzed by Spreading Justice pointing to the overwhelming conclusion that there has been ongoing use of lethal weapons against protestors

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Paintball Guns

The paintball gun, which can be bought and sold in the market, is designed as a weapon for playing or using in sport clubs. This gun, which is mainly made of aluminum, works with various gases, including CO2 gas, compressed air, or nitrogen.

The caliber of this weapon is 0.68, it has a range of approximately 45 meters, and it can hold up to 200 bullets per load and operate semi-automatically.

Paintball guns are not considered lethal weapons in general, however their use by law enforcement against protesters specially targeting of their face and upper body is prohibited. Several reports have been submitted to Spreading Justice, showing that FARAJA units use this weapon to target the faces of protesters, which in some cases have caused injury, especially to the eye. Spreading Justice has documented the dangerous use of this weapon in various cities including Tehran, Mashhad, Rasht, Karaj and Sanandaj.

 

 Shotguns

A shotgun is a type of gun that has a groove-less barrel and fires many spherical pallets at the target in each shot. This type of gun is usually used in hunting and sports and sometimes in war and for police forces. Shotguns range usually does not exceed 100 meters. Most two-barrel guns fall under this division of firearms. A shotgun cartridge usually has a cardboard or plastic casing called shotshell, and its size is expressed by a number that is sometimes called caliber in Farsi, analogously to bullet guns.

Shotguns usually exist in the form of long barreled or waist guns, but evidence found so far indicates that the only ones used in facing protesters are long-barreled types.

Shotguns have been systematically used in various cities by plain clothes or uniformed forces against protestors in recent protests, despite being prohibited and potentially its use being considered unlawful. OHCHR indicates that use of projectile weapons is unlawful under certain circumstances. The use of shotguns in recent protests against the protesters fails at least 3 of the requirements for the use of this weapon, in addition to having been used on unarmed peaceful protestors, shot guns have been used unlawfully because (1) multiple pallets were fired at the same time which means it cannot comply with the principles of necessity and proportionality. (2) in some cases, were used in a very short distance, (3) they were targeted at the face and neck of protestors.

According to the documents collected by the Spreading Justice, most of the shells used in the recent protests were 12mm pallets, which usually hold 9 bullets and can be deadly if used at less than 40 meters.

After studying the forensic documents and speaking to eyewitnesses, Spreading Justice confirms that the FARAJA forces used a shotgun was the weapon used to kill Mohammad-Javad Zahedi in the city of Sari.

Spreading Justice has talked to at least three doctors who have treated the injured in recent incidents. According to the testimony of these doctors, more than 80 patients were wounded by pallets from shotguns. It should be noted that this large number is based on the testimony of only three doctors in the cities of Tehran, Rasht and Karaj.

According to testimonies and reliable video documentation, the pallets did not only hit the lower body of the protestors, but they were found in various parts of the body including the face and torso. This shows that contrary to the statements of law enforcement officials, the forces present at the scene have used this weapon, which can be deadly, by firing indiscriminately at the protesters.

In addition to unbranded ammunition, Spreading Justice has analyzed pictures of used shotshells, which belong to the Maham company. Maham is a subsidiary of Iran’s Ministry of Defense.

Assault rifles

Based on reports received by Spreading Justice, the weapons of war used to suppress protestors were mainly one of the below:

  • Kalashnikova
  • Heckler & Koch G3
  • Steyr HS .50

 Spreading Justice has received information on the use of Styr HS .50, however has not been able to confirm its use and is in the process of examining and monitoring for additional evidence on the use of this weapon, therefore the details of use of this weapon is not discussed in this report and will be discussed in the future reports.

Kalashnikova (known as: Kalash or AK-47) is an assault rifle that operates with gas and is chambered for 7.62 x 39mm cartridge. The effective firing range for an AK-47 is between 300 to 400m and its maximum range is 2000m. The standard magazine capacities of this weapon are 30 or 75 rounds drum.

Another weapon that falls under this category is Heckler & Koch G3. This weapon has caliber of 7.62 and 51mm bullets. Its effective firing range is 200 to 400m and its standard magazine capacity is 30 as well as up to 100 round drum magazines.

Although these weapons are being used less than in previous instances, they were most documented in the massacre of Zahedan that came to be known as bloody Friday of Zahedan, and the use of Kalashnikova in the deadly attacks on Sanandaj.

 According to the opinion of the doctors consulted by Spreading Justice, the effects of this weapon can be seen on the bodies of some victims, including Omid Sarani and Matin Ghanbarzehi.

As mentioned, the death of about 90 Baloch protesters in the event of Black Friday in Zahedan are considered the most concrete evidence of the use of these weapons against the protesters.

Considering the extent of protests in 114 cities and 79 universities, Spreading Justice cannot consider the use of these weapons as dominant way of suppressing the protestors in recent protests.

Handguns

There are many types of handguns, but according to Spreading Justice in consultation with experts, the most common type available to the FARAJA forces is the German Sig Sauer, which is known as Zoaf in Iran.

This 9mm semi-automatic weapon is armed with direct gas pressure and its barrel is air-cooled. This weapon is used in short distances and its magazine usually holds 8 bullets.

There are reports of the use of revolvers and various Glock or Beretta by the security and military forces, however Spreading Justice has not been able to independently confirm their use in the recent protests, we continue to monitor and examine evidence and will update our future reports on the use of these lethal weapons in our future reports.

By examining the available evidence, Spreading Justice can confirm that this lethal weapon has been used by FARAJA uniformed officers in at least four locations in Zahedan, Karaj, Rasht, and Tehran.

However, from Spreading Justice examination of reports and evidence it is apparent that the use of handguns has not been in a systematic manner.

Spreading Justice continues its investigation and evidence gathering related to the use of weapons to suppress protestors. Official claims that the forces at the scene were not equipped with lethal weapons is false. Spreading Justice will continue its monitoring of the deployment of lethal force against protestors by FARAJA and other forces.


For media inquiries, please contact HRA Senior Advocacy Coordinator Skylar Thompson at [email protected]

Woman, life, freedom; Comprehensive report of 20 days of protest across Iran

HRANA, the news agency of Human Rights Activists – Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old young woman, was arrested by the morality police for the crime of improper hijab. Her arrest and death in detention fueled nationwide protests in Iran. Protesters came to the streets with the central slogan “Women, Life, Freedom” in protest against the performance, laws and structure of the regime. The following 209-page report is dedicated to the statistical review, analysis, and summary of the first twenty days of the ongoing protests (September 17 to October 5, 2022). In this report, in addition to the geographic analysis and the presentation of maps and charts, the identity of 200 deceased, including 18 children and teenagers, an estimated of 5,500 arrested along with the identity of 563 arrested citizens, 123 students and 36 journalists or activists in the field of information is compiled. In addition the report includes a complete collection of 698 verified video reports by date and topic. The report examines protests across 342 documented gatherings in all 31 provinces of the country, including 105 cities and 68 universities.

Summary

Mahsa (Zhina) Amini, a 22-year-old young woman from Saqqez, Kurdistan who had traveled to Tehran on Tuesday, September 13, 2022, was taken into custody by several Moral Security Police officers at the Haqqani metro station in Tehran charged with not observing the strict Islamic dress code and was taken to the detention center of this organization known as Vozara.
Shortly after her arrest, her partially alive body was transferred to the intensive care unit of Kasra Hospital, she was admitted in a coma with level three consciousness.
Given the atrocious track record of the police force in mistreating the accused and previous incidents that were similar to this, public opinion reacted acutely to this situation because there was the widespread perception that this young girl was beaten in the Vozara detention center.

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The widespread street protests against this incident were set off from the time Mahsa Amini was announced, in front of Kasra Hospital on Argentina Street in Tehran, and then quickly spread to the streets despite the intimidating presence of Iran’s security apparatus. The protests after Mahsa’s burial in a Saqqez cemetery, intensified whereby after twenty days of nationwide protests, they spread all of Iran’s 31 provinces, 105 cities, and 69 major universities.
The protests were not limited to Ms. Amini’s death and quickly targeted the Iranian government’s political and ideological foundations. These protests were violently quashed by the anti-riot police and Iran’s militia force (baseej) through the use of teargas, pellets, and live ammunition. This widespread crackdown has led to the death of dozens of people and the wounding of hundreds of protestors.
Despite the severe communication restrictions imposed by the Iranian government, the following report summarizes the twenty days of protests between September 17, to October 5, 2022. The protests that at the time of this report are still going on in various forms. They are not necessarily in the form of street protests, but they manifest themselves in a variety of individual and collective actions.

Unique Features of These Protests

These protests reviewed in this report have unique characteristics that differentiate them from the protests of the last decade in Iran and are at times unprecedented in the life of the Islamic Republic.
• Contrary to most of the protests in recent years, this recent protest was not based on economic or environmental grievances. Instead, political, and human rights demands were at the center of it.
• These protests were triggered by the death of a young, Kurdish and Sunni woman. Being female, Kurdish and of Sunni faith are all grounds for discrimination in Iran for her being a woman, being a Kurd, and being a Sunni was attributed to oppressed groups and subjected to gender, ethnic, and religious discrimination. Yet, the Iranian public showed a united front and disregarded all these categories that tend to divide people and instead displayed that collectively they can take a positive step forward.
• The Iranian youth, whose average age has now reached 15 years of age, according to law enforcement officials, has played a key role in these protests.
• An unprecedented solidarity has been formed between Iranians inside Iran and those in the diaspora.
• These protests put almost all classes of Iranian society into one unified group of people in support of the protesters. The urban middle class alongside the lower or upper classes in small and large urban areas, different ethnic groups, religious minorities, sexual minorities, and trade groups including teachers, laborers, students, professors, artists, and athletes were integral to this united front. In these protests, we witnessed different businesses showing solidarity with the protesters by going on strikes.
• In terms of continuity, these protests can be considered among the longest continuous protests since the inception of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
• Because of the substantive and progressive demands of these protesters, the international community, especially celebrities in the fields of the arts, culture, and politics, became the voice of the Iranian people in an unprecedented way, and by disseminating information and taking various actions, they have attention to what is going on in Iran.
• The demands of the protesters, which centered on the issue of women’s rights, have indicated that Iran has a progressive and assertive society.
• One of the distinguishing features of these protests from the previous ones was unarmed protesters routinely confronting the security forces. There have been many scenes of protestors showing solidarity as they came together to prevent people from being taken into custody or by standing in front of the police who were equipped with full anti-riot gear. Public anger over the operation of the Moral Security Police and decades of meddling by this force in the most personal areas of women’s lives was also a great motivating factor for the protestors to resist being subjugated by Iran’s security apparatus.
• In addition to the street protests, there was cyber warfare going on between the opponents and supporters of the status quo. Numerous government sites were hacked, and the global solidarity propelled Mahsa Amini’s hashtag, which became the first in the history of Twitter to record more than 300 million tweets.
• The government of Iran this time around gave more latitude to Faraja (Iran’s main law enforcement agency) and their rank and file to spearhead the repression of the street protests. The government also adopted alternative methods regarding the Internet (e.g., reducing its speed rather than cutting it off as we as filtering certain sites). Also, after the death of an army officer, it became clear that the Iranian army also played a role in suppressing protests, which is considered a rare event.
• The media close to Iran’s security apparatus tried to cover the protests in their own way by sending their reporters to the streets to present the news in a slanted way that is favorable to the government. These reporters continuously have provided the latest from street clashes between the protesters and security forces.
• These protests, which have lacked leadership and command-and-control, have shown that Iranian society, especially its younger generation, is determined to attain their basic human rights.

The Protests

At the time when Iranian president Ebrahim Raisi spoke about human rights in his annual speech at the UN General Assembly, Iranian protesters took to the streets to speak out against police brutality and discriminatory religious laws against women in Iranian society.
On September 17, the first sparks of these protests took place in Tehran, Sanandaj and Saqqez. Then the protests quickly reached other cities and different social groups and classes.
Thirty-one provinces, in other words, Iran’s all provinces, were the scenes of protests from September 17 to October 5, 2022.
In the 20 days of protests that are reviewed in this report, a total of 105 cities from Iran’s all 31 provinces became the scene of protests up to 266 times. If there were instances when the protesters could not find their way to the street, that was due to tight security measures in the area.
In addition to 226 instances of street protests, there were 76 protests on 69 university campuses.
The cities where protesters appeared in the streets during a week of protest have been verified by HRANA as follows:

Protesters’ Slogans

Various slogans were chanted in the gatherings. The ones that were repeated most are listed below:
• We are all Mahsa, if you fight, we will fight back
• Cannons, Tanks, Fireworks, the Mullah Should Get Lost
• We don’t want the Islamic Republic, we do not.
• Death to the rule of the Islamic Jurist
• Get lost Baseeji (Islamic militia), get lost Baseeji
• Liberty, liberty, liberty
• Death to Khamenei
• Justice, liberty, optional clothing
• Death to Morality Police and its Patrol
• Our stupid leader is our disgrace
• Death to the Islamic Republic
• Saqqez is not alone, Sanandej has your back.
• Killing women for bad hijab, how long such humiliation?
• Be scared, we are all united
• We will fight, we will die, we will get Iran back
• Women, life, liberty
• From Yazd to Kurdistan, we give our lives for Iran
• Jailed students should be released
• Sharif University students are honorable, the Baseejis are humiliated
• No to headscarves, no to beating women
• Liberty, equality, Justice
• Liberty, optional clothing
• From Kurdistan to Tabriz, it’s all poverty, corruption, and discrimination
• This is not just a protest, it’s the start of a revolution
• We do not want universities under siege, we do not
• If we do get united, they will kill us one by one
• Evin prison has turned into a university, Tehran has become a detention center
• Justice, liberty, optional clothing
• They have killed Sharif students, but they say they didn’t kill Mahsa
• Students would rather die than get humiliated
• Students are in jail; our professors stay silent
• Honorable students, support us, support us
• We will fight, we will die; we will get Iran back
• You killed our students, now ask us to stay silent
• Azerbaijan is awake, it supports Kurdistan
• Liberty is our right, Zhina (Mahsa) is our code word
• Poverty, corruption and injustice; shame on this despotism
• Servitude, unemployment, forced hijab on women

 

Conclusion

Three weeks after Mehsa (Zhina) Amini’s death, Iran’s Medical Forensic Organization, published its pathology tests showing her “death was not caused by blows to the head or any vital organs and parts of the body.”
In the statement of the coroner’s office, it is stated: “Based on hospital medical documents, the investigation of C. T-scan of the brain and lungs, the results of the physical examination of the body and autopsy, pathology tests, Mahsa’s death was not caused by strikes to the head and the vital organs and other parts of the body.”
The Iranian coroner’s office added that due to the “underlying illness” of Mahsa Amini, “she did not have the necessary ability to compensate and adapt to the situation, therefore, under the circumstance, she suffered from a heart rhythm disorder and a drop in blood pressure, and subsequently, a decrease in the level of consciousness, which due to the ineffective cardio-respiratory resuscitation in the first critical minutes, she suffered severe hypoxia resulting in brain damage.”
In its statement, this government body claimed that “despite the return of cardiac function following the resuscitation of the emergency personnel, the respiratory support did not work” and despite being transferred to the hospital “she passes away on September 16 due to multi-organ failure (M.O.F) caused by cerebral hypoxia.”
In response to this statement, Saleh Nikbakht, the lawyer for the Amini family, told the media that the medical examiner’s claim that Mahsa Amini’s death was caused by a glandular surgery that was performed on her when she was eight is baseless because the same surgeon who performed the surgery has said it cannot be the cause of her death. Other neurologists have refuted this too.
Mr. Nikbakht also called Mahsa Amini’s “instant death” and the attempt to link it with “her childhood surgery or taking thyroid pills” nonsense and said how is it possible that Mahsa Amini, who “has not had any physical issues for 15 years, after being taken into custody by the Morality Police and spending an hour and a half at their headquarters, suddenly has a stroke, heart, and kidney failure and loses ninety-eight percent of her vital signs.”
According to the lawyer of the Amini family, Mahsa Amini’s case “is in the investigation stage and has not yet been filed with the court.”
These protests, besides the cost in blood they had for the protesters, have cost the human rights violators dearly as well.
There have been spontaneous collective actions by the protesters to identify human rights violators and agents of repression. There have been orchestrated attempts such as the Spreading Justice as well, which aims at identifying human rights violators using digital tools and by following up on the information received. Spreading Justice uses the information they receive to incur costs for human rights violators.
A number of Western countries have approved new human rights sanctions against Iran.
In the latest action, the US Treasury Department sanctioned seven officials of the Islamic Republic of Iran for cutting off the Internet and suppressing protesters during protest rallies.
Ahmad Vahidi, Minister of the Interior, Issa Zarepour, Minister of Communications, Hossein Sajdinia, Deputy of Faraja (law enforcement) Operations, Yadullah Javani, Political Deputy of the Revolutionary Guards, Vahid Majid, Chief of Fata (a force that fights cyber-crimes) Police, Hossein Nejat, Commander of Tharullah Camp, and Hossein Rahimi, Chief of Tehran Police, are listed as human rights violators. Sanctions have been imposed.
The U.S. Treasury Department had previously slapped sanctions on Iran’s Moral Security Police and a number of human rights violators such as Seyed Ismaeel Khatib, the Minister of Information, Manouchehr Amanollahi, the police commander of Kermanshah province, Salar Abnoush, the commander of the Revolutionary Guards, Kyomars Heydari, the commander of the ground forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Haj Ahmed Mirzaei, the former head of Tehran’s Moral Security Police, Mohammad Rostami Cheshme Gachi, the police chief of Minab city, and Qasem Rezaei.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Canada also announced sanctions against the Moral Security Police, the Cyber Defense Command of the Revolutionary Guards, Evin Prison, and a number of Iranian figures known for taking part in widespread human rights violations, namely Mohammad Hassan Bagheri, Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Islamic Republic, Hossein Salami, Commander The General of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, Ismail Qaani, Commander of the Quds Force of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, Mohammad Saleh Hashemi Golpaigani, the Secretary of the Commanding Good and Prohibiting Evil, Ismail Khatib, the Minister of Information, Mohammad Rostami, the Chief of the Moral Security Police.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Canada also called the Moral Security Police, the Cyber Defense Command of the Revolutionary Guards, Evin Prison and a number of Iranian figures known for participating in widespread human rights violations, namely Mohammad Hassan Bagheri, Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Islamic Republic, Hossein Salami, Commander The General of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, Ismail Qaani, Commander of the Quds Force of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, Mohammad Saleh Hashemi Golpaigani, the Secretary of the Command for Good and Prohibition of Evil, Ismail Khatib, the Minister of Information, Mohammad Rostami, the Chief of the Moral Security Police, sanctioned.
Also, in the first days of the protests, six member states of the European Union, including Germany, France, Denmark, Spain, Italy, and the Czech Republic, proposed new sanctions against the Islamic Republic. The proposed sanctions will cover 16 individuals, organizations, and institutions in Iran that have played key roles in suppressing the protesters.

Maps of protests

For a better understanding of the extent of the protests of Sep-Oct 2022, look at its distribution map in the last twenty days.

Follow the most concentrated protest points on the map below

In the map below, see the points that witnessed protests, regardless of the number of repetitions

In the chart below, see the number of urban protests without considering student protests or strikes

Disruption in Internet Access

Disruption in the Internet and mobile communication networks was detected from the first days of the recent protests.
From September 20, 2022, Internet disruptions reached its peak, especially in Kurdistan and other protest hotbeds.
The cities of Saqqez, Sanandaj, Tehran, Mahabad, Ahvaz, Baneh, Bukan, Kermanshah, Qazvin, Arak, Mashhad, Marivan, Paveh, Bijar, Qorveh, Kamiyaran, Dehgolan, Sarovabad, Diwandara, Urmia, Rasht, Shahinshahr, Karaj, Piranshahr, Sardasht, Shiraz, Chabahar, Shahin Dej, Takab, Rabat, Ashnavieh, Langrood and Amlesh experienced the most cases of Internet disruptions until September 30, 2022.
There are several reports that indicate that in a number of cities in the country, the speed of the Internet diminished from 12 noon to 4p.m., and then from 4p.m. to 12 midnight, the reduction in the speed of home Internet doubled. And mobile Internet was also completely cut off in that period.
In addition, the review of Internet Outage Detection (IODA) data, which reviews Internet traffic around the world, indicates that the 10 provinces that face the most interruptions and disruptions of the internet are: Hormozgan, Fars, Isfahan, Ilam, Qom, Semnan, Tehran, Qazvin, Mazandaran, and Golestan.
From September 29, when the communication disruption took a nationwide form, platforms such as Instagram, WhatsApp, Skype, App Store, Google Play, Clash of Clans, LinkedIn, and Viber were filtered.
In the wake of Internet disruptions, the amount of Internet usage in Iran diminished by 67 percent and also mobile communication networks, including First Mobile, Irancell, and Rightel, suffered constant disruptions.
Also, the Axios News site reported a 3,000 percent increase in the demand for and download of Virtual Private Networks (VPN) in the country.
In the first days of the nationwide protests, Elon Musk, the owner of Starlink, promised satellite Internet for all Iranians. After his comment, the site of Mr. Musk’s company was filtered in Iran.
Also, the text messages containing Mahsa Amini’s name were filtered and blocked by the Hamrahe Aval Telecommunication Network.
During this period, various human rights groups issued statements and expressed their concern about the Internet shutdown in Iran and its repercussions.
On Monday, September 24, the Tejarat News Web site reported in a news story that after reviewing the economic consequences of the internet outage in Iran it concluded that the livelihoods of about 10 million Iranians are in jeopardy just because of the lack of access to Instagram. However, Issa Zarepour, the Minister of Communications and Information Technology announced the establishment of new filters indefinitely.
According to many experts, many online businesses are on the verge of bankruptcy, and eight hours of daily Internet outage has caused a lot of financial hardship to Iranian economy.
Hamshahri newspaper reported in a news story that nine million Iranian citizens who have chosen Instagram as their preferred method to do business have faced serious challenges after the regime began filtering Instagram.

Activists in the field of information

Journalists and other members of the media were a group that were arrested by the security institutions for the purpose of preventing the flow of information. The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) published the following list of individuals who have contributed to the flow of information as official/unofficial journalists or bloggers:
1. Yalda Meiri 2. Nilufar Hamedi, reporter of Sharq newspaper 3. Iman Behpasand 4. Ruhollah Nakhai 5. Alireza Khoshbakht 6. Zahra Tohidi 7. Fatemeh Rajabi 8. Mojtaba Rahimi 9. Majid Tavakoli 10. Marzie Talai, reporter of Mukrian News Agency 11. Masoud Kordpour, editor of Mukrian News Agency 12. Khosro Kordpour, reporter and editor Mukrian News Agency 13. Elahe Mohammadi, reporter at Ham Mihan 14. Elnaz Mohammadi, reporter of Andisheh Pooya Magazine 15. Vida Rabbani 16. Hamed Shafaei 17. Ahmadreza Halabisaz 18. Sarvenaz Ahmadi (released) 19. Seyyed Hossein Ronghi Maleki 20. Elmira Bahmani 21. Batul Bilali, reporter of Pasargad Weekly 22. Samira Alinjad, reporter of Sirjan Ravi News 23. Jabar Dastbaz 24. Mehrnoosh Tafian 25 Farshid Ghorbanpour, columnist of Haft Sobh Newspaper, 26. Aria Jafari ISNA photographer 27. Mobin Baloch 28. Javad Shaker, editor of Sharif University newspaper, 29. Alborz Nezami, journalist of Donya Eghtesad Newspaper 30. Safie Qarabaghi 31. Alireza Jabari-Darestani, correspondent of Mehr news agency 32. Siavash Soleimani 33. Ali Khatibzadeh, reporter of Mukrian, 34. Shahram Azmudeh, the editor-in-chief of Talash Monthly 35. Ali Salem, editor of “Andishe” section in Sharq newspaper. 36. Sepideh Salarvand, documentary film maker and ethnographer

Human and Financial Losses

A large number of protesters and security forces were killed and wounded during the twenty days of the nationwide protests.
There was also a lot of damage to government and private property.

Violence

During the nationwide protests, in addition to the dead, scores of citizens across the country were injured in various ways. According to news reports, these injuries are caused by beatings with batons, electric shocks, or because of the use of weapons such as pepper spray, tear gas, pellets, or plastic bullets, and in some cases, weapons of war, especially handguns.
According to news reports, military forces have used ambulances and city buses to move their forces around in urban areas. Protesters’ defensive actions, as a result, have caused damage to around 60 ambulances in the country. In addition, law enforcement agencies have also used city schools as bases to store their gear and equipment in preparation to confront the protesters. Consequently, these places have sustained damage to their structure during clashes. The mayor of Tehran has also claimed that 43 city buses, 54 bus stations, and 25 fire engines have sustained damage in the city.
Many pictures and videos published on social networks, as well as news reports that have been shared with HRANA, indicate the frequent use of handguns by law enforcement to quell the protests.
A major part of the anti-riot police deployed during the protests is coming from the ranks of the Islamic Republic Police Command (Faraja), of which the special unit (Yegan Vijeh) is the main component.
The Basij force, along with the police, was one of the main bodies to suppress the protesters during the unrest in this period, and it seems that the most casualties sustained by government law enforcement were also from this group.
The unregulated use of shotguns with pellets by law enforcement has resulted in the injury of many protesters.
These forces have tried to use firearms against elderly people, protesting teenagers or even children present during the protests. In some cases, firearms have resulted in serious injury to the eyes of these protesters. Some have lost complete eyesight.
In addition, according to the reports received by HRANA, during the last few days, hundreds of arrested protestors have been transferred to Qarchak, Varamin, Tehran, Vakil Abad, Ilam, Evin and other prisons in the country.

Media outlets that are close to the government have claimed, however, that many of the personnel in the Baseej and law enforcement have been injured in the protests. This claim is not, however, consistent with the available evidence. The heavy hand of the forces deployed against the protesters makes this less plausible.
Iran’s official media claimed the Iranian economy suffered damages to the tune of 800 or 100 billion tomans (the Iranian currency) due to the recent protests and strikes. Officials have claimed 460 bank branches and ATMs, and 61 ambulances were damaged. That bank shareholders have also lost tens of billions of tomans. In addition, the four-day closure of shops in 80 cities in the country, the destruction of 70 bus stations, 100 buses, 30 fire engines, and 15 police cars have all been damaging to public services.
As usual, the Iran security apparatus tried to deny responsibility for the violence and damage to property and places and pin the blame on the protesters by publishing reports including coerced confessions from the detainees. However, pictures of security forces destroying houses and the personal property of citizens have been published on social networks.

The Fatalities in the Protests

HRANA has divided the information about the fatalities in the 20-day protests into three categories.
The first group is 200 people whose identities have been received by the HRANA News Agency. Verification of this batch is in progress. So far, the verification of the death of 31 people from this list has been directly verified and confirmed by HRANA, and other information is being investigated at the time of publication of this report.
Among the identities under investigation, 7% are women, and also among the 43 identities whose exact or relative age has been determined, 29% are people who were less than 18 years old.

Child victims

Following are the names of some of the victims of younger than 18 years old: Zakaria Khial (16 years old), Amin Maroufi (16 years old), Amirali Fouladi (16 years old), Parsa Rezadoost (17 years old), Siavash Mahmoudi (16 years old), Nika Shakarami (17 years old), Sarina Esmailzadeh (16 years old), Samer Hashemzehi (16 years old), Amirhossein Basati (15 years old), Mohammad Reza Sarvari (14 years old), Ali Mozaffari Salanghouch (17 years old), Sedis Keshani (14 years old), Javad Pousheh (12 years old), Jaber Shirouzi (12 years old), Amir Mahdi Farkhipour (17 years old), Ehsan Alibazi (16 years old), Omid Safarzahi (17 years old), Nima Shafaqdoost (16 years old),

The second category is remarks or reports made by government officials or government institutions and human rights groups. This category only relies on figures but without mentioning any details and identities. In this category, in two reports from the Fars news agency, as well as a statements from the Friday Prayer Imam of the Sunni community in Zahedan, there are 100 fatalities as the minimum number from reliable statistics.

The third category is the security forces or plainclothes agents who have been killed during the protests, and their deaths have been confirmed and announced by the media close to the security apparatus.

The geography of those killed

Before checking the list of identities of the possible deaths, take a look at the map below to better understand the geographical distribution of the violence


First category – identity of 200 people

1 – Mohsen Mohammadi – Age: 28 – Place of death: Divandarreh – Date of death: 19-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
2 – Foad Ghadimi – Age: approximately 40 – Place of death: Divandarreh – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Kurdpa – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
3 – Zakaria Khial (Soleymani) – Age: 16 – Place of death: Piranshahr – Date of death: 20-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
4 – Reza Lotfi – Age: approximately 25 – Place of death: Dehgolan – Date of death: 19-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
5 – Minoo Majidi – Age: 62 – Place of death: Kermanshah – Date of death: 20-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
6 – Fereydoun Mahmoudi – Age: 32 – Place of death: Saqqez – Date of death: 19-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
7 – Farjad Darvishi – Age: 23 – Place of death: Balu village of Urmia – Date of death: 20-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
8 – Mohsen Gheysari – Age: 32 – Place of death: Ilam – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Radio Farda – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
9 – Amir Nowrozi – Age: 18 – Place of death: Bandar-e Anzali – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Iran Huamn Rights – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
10 – Abdollah Mahmoudpour – Age: approximately 18 – Place of death: Balu village of Urmia – Date of death: unknown – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Kurdpa – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
11 – Fardin Bakhtiari – Age: unknown – Place of death: Sanandaj – Date of death: unknown – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
12 – Amin Maroufi – Age: 16 – Place of death: Oshnavieh – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
13 – Sadreddin Litani – Age: 27 – Place of death: Oshnavieh – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Kurdpa – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
14 – Danesh Rahnema – Age: 25 – Place of death: Balu village of Urmia – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Kurdpa – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
15 – Rouzbeh Khademi – Age: 32 – Place of death: Karaj – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
16 – Milan Haghighi – Age: 21 – Place of death: Oshnavieh – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
17 – Mohammad Hossein Sarvi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Garmsar – Date of death: unknown – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
18 – Milad Zare – Age: 25 – Place of death: Babol – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
19 – Pedram Azarnoush – Age: unknown – Place of death: Dehdasht – Date of death: unknown – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
20 – Mehrdad Behnam Asl – Age: unknown – Place of death: Dehdasht – Date of death: unknown – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
21 – Hananeh Kian (Kia) – Age: 22 – Place of death: Nowshahr – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
22 – Ghazaleh Chalavi – Age: 33 – Place of death: Amol – Date of death: 22-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
23 – Reza Shahparnia – Age: 20 – Place of death: Kermanshah – Date of death: 20-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
24 – Farzin Lotfi – Age: approximately 35 – Place of death: Rezvanshahr – Date of death: 22-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Iran Huamn Rights – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
25 – Sasan Ghorbani – Age: approximately 32 – Place of death: Rezvanshahr – Date of death: 22-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Iran Huamn Rights – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
26 – Yasin Jamalzadeh – Age: approximately 28 – Place of death: Rezvanshahr – Date of death: 22-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
27 – Hajar Abbasi – Age: approximately 70 – Place of death: Mahabad – Date of death: 19-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
28 – Yaser Jafari – Age: unknown – Place of death: Ilam – Date of death: 22-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
29 – Erfan Rezaei – Age: 21 – Place of death: Amol – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
30 – Mohammad Fallah – Age: 33 – Place of death: Amol – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
31 – Amirali Fouladi – Age: 16 – Place of death: Eslamabad-e Gharb – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Kurdpa – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
32 – Saeid Mohammadi – Age: 21 – Place of death: Eslamabad-e Gharb – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Kurdpa – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
33 – Parsa Rezadoust – Age: 17 – Place of death: Hashtgerd – Date of death: 23-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
34 – Javad Heydari – Age: 36 – Place of death: Qazvin – Date of death: 22-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
35 – Mahsa Mogouei – Age: 18 – Place of death: Fuladshahr – Date of death: 22-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
36 – Hadis Najafi – Age: 20 – Place of death: Karaj – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
37 – Seyyed Sina Mousavi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Amol – Date of death: unknown – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
38 – Mehdi Asgari – Age: 25 – Place of death: Garmsar – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
39 – Iman Mohammadi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Eslamabad-e Gharb – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: Kurdpa – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
40 – Hosseinali kia kanjouri – Age: 23 – Place of death: Nowshahr – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
41 – Abdolsalam Ghader Galvani – Age: 32 – Place of death: Oshnavieh – Date of death: 26-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: Kurdpa – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
42 – Mohammad Reza Eskandari – Age: 25 – Place of death: Pakdasht – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
43 – Mohammad Zamani – Age: unknown – Place of death: Tehran – Date of death: 22-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
44 – Kan’an Aghaei – Age: 18 – Place of death: Karaj – Date of death: 22-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
45 – Hamid Foulavand – Age: unknown – Place of death: Varamin – Date of death: 25-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
46 – Behnam Layeghpour – Age: unknown – Place of death: Rasht – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
47 – Mahdi Mousavi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zanjan – Date of death: unknown – Cause of death: unknown – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
48 – Mehrdad Ghorbani – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zanjan – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
49 – MohammadHasan Torkaman – Age: 27 – Place of death: Babol – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
50 – Samad Barginia – Age: unknown – Place of death: Piranshahr – Date of death: 28-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Kurdpa – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
51 – Maziar Salmanian – Age: unknown – Place of death: Rasht – Date of death: 22-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
52 – Erfan Nazarbeigi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Tehran – Date of death: unknown – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
53 – Arian Moridi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Salas-e Babajani – Date of death: unknown – Cause of death: unknown – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
54 – Seyyedeh Ameneh Vahdat Hosseini – Age: unknown – Place of death: Karaj – Date of death: 23-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
55 – Mahmoud Keshvari – Age: unknown – Place of death: Karaj – Date of death: 24-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
56 – Afshin Shahamat – Age: unknown – Place of death: Tehran – Date of death: unknown – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
57 – Siavash Mahmoudi – Age: 16 – Place of death: Tehran – Date of death: unknown – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
58 – Nika Shakarami – Age: 17 – Place of death: Tehran – Date of death: unknown – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
59 – Mahmoud Brahoui – Age: 18 – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
60 – Amin (surname unknown) – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
61 – Mohammad Sadigh (Rafe) Narouei – Age: 23 – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
62 – Sarina Esmaeilzadeh – Age: 16 – Place of death: Karaj – Date of death: 29-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
63 – Mohammad Farmani – Age: unknown – Place of death: Unknown – Date of death: unknown – Cause of death: unknown – Source: Amnesty International – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
64 – Mohammadhossein Hosseini Khah – Age: unknown – Place of death: Unknown – Date of death: unknown – Cause of death: unknown – Source: Amnesty International – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
65 – Mehzad Avazpour – Age: unknown – Place of death: Unknown – Date of death: unknown – Cause of death: unknown – Source: Amnesty International – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
66 – Jalil Rakhshani – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
67 – Abdolmajid Rigi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
68 – Mohammadali Gomshadzehi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
69 – Yasser Shah Bakhsh – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
70 – Amirmahdi Fakhripour – Age: unknown – Place of death: Tehran – Date of death: 28-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
71 – Mokhtar Ahmadi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Marivan – Date of death: 1-Oct-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: KulbarNews – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
72 – Hamzeh Narouei – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
73 – Hamid Narouei – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
74 – Hamzeh Narouei – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
75 – Younes Narouei – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
76 – Mansour Rakhshani – Age: 23 – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
77 – Ali Agheli (Narouei) – Age: 28 – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
78 – Omran Shah Bakhsh – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
79 – Farzad Shah Bakhsh – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
80 – Ahmad Shah Bakhsh – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
81 – Abdolmalek Shah Bakhsh – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
82 – Mohammadamin Gomshadzehi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
83 – Salaheddin Gomshadzehi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
84 – Pouya Rajab Nia – Age: 24 – Place of death: Babolsar – Date of death: 1-Oct-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
85 – Balal Aneshini – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
86 – Abdolghafour Nourbrahavei – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
87 – Mohammad Berahoui – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
88 – Abdolsamad Berahoui (Eydouzhi) – Age: 18 – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
89 – Lalmohammad Aalizehi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
90 – Aboubakr Nahtani – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
91 – Mousa Nahtani (Aneshini) – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
92 – Mohammad Gholjani – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
93 – Aminollah Gholjani – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
94 – Mohammad Rigi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
95 – Samer Hashemzehi – Age: 16 – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
96 – Sami Hashemzehi – Age: 33 – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
97 – Abdulrahman Balouchikhah – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
98 – Mohammadreza Adib Toutazehi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
99 – Omar Shahnavazi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
100 – Abdolkhalegh (Omar) Shahnavazi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
101 – Amirhamzeh Shahnavazi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
102 – Eghbal Shahnavazi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
103 – Jalil Ghanbarzehi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
104 – Nematollah Kobdani – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
105 – Abdolsamad Sabetizadeh (Shahouzehi) – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
106 – Ebrahim Gorgij – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
107 – Ahmad Sargolzaei – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
108 – Mohammad Farough Rakhshani – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
109 – Aliakbar Halghebegoush – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
110 – Aboubakr Alizehi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
111 – Hamid Isazehi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
112 – Jalil Mohammadzehi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
113 – Omid Shahnavazi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
114 – Amin Goleh Bacheh – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
115 – Amirhossein Basati – Age: 15 – Place of death: Kermanshah – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: Kurdpa – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
116 – Pouya Sheyda – Age: unknown – Place of death: Orumiyeh – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
117 – Omran Hassanzehi – Age: 18 – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
118 – Mohsen Gomshadzehi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
119 – Vahid Hout – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
120 – (unknown first name) Gangozehi Rigi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
121 – A woman (identity unknown) – Age: unknown – Place of death: Mosque in Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
122 – Amirhossein Mirkazehi – Age: 19 – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
123 – Esmail Hosseinzehi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
124 – child (identity unknown) – Age: unknown – Place of death: Shirabad, Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
125 – child (identity unknown) – Age: unknown – Place of death: Shirabad, Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
126 – Salman Maleki (Arab) – Age: 25 – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 2-Oct-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
127 – Jamal Abdol Naser Mohammad Hasani (Brahuei) – Age: unknown – Place of death: Shirabad, Zahedan – Date of death: 2-Oct-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
128 – Mohammadreza Sarvari – Age: 14 – Place of death: Shahr-e Ray – Date of death: 22-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: HRANA – Status according to HRANA: Confirmed
129 – Ali Mozaffari Salanqhouch – Age: 17 – Place of death: Quchan – Date of death: unknown – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
130 – Mehrab Dolat Panah – Age: unknown – Place of death: Talesh – Date of death: 1-Oct-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
131 – Amirreza Naderzadeh – Age: 19 – Place of death: Nowshahr – Date of death: 28-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
132 – Hamid Narouei (son of Mohammadali) – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
133 – Abdullah Narouei – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
134 – Mohammadali Esmailzehi (Shah Bakhsh) – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
135 – Majid Balouchzehi Shah Bakhsh – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
136 – Mahdi Anashtani – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
137 – Balal Rakhshani – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
138 – Mohammad Eqbal Nayebzehi Shahnavazi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
139 – Arman Hasanzehi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 2-Oct-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
140 – Morteza Hasanzehi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 2-Oct-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
141 – Zolfaghar Hasanzehi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 2-Oct-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
142 – Mahmoud Hasanzehi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 2-Oct-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
143 – Sedis Keshani – Age: 12 – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
144 – Abdolghafour Dehmordeh – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
145 – Esmail Abil – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
146 – Soleyman Arab – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
147 – Ahmad Sarani – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
148 – Javad Pousheh – Age: 12 – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
149 – Maheddin Shirouzehi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 3-Oct-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
150 – Jaber Shirouzehi – Age: 12 – Place of death: Zahedan (from Shirabad) – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
151 – Male (identity unknown) – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
152 – Male (identity unknown) – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
153 – Lalmohammad Anshini (Son of Sharif) – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
154 – Khodanour Lajaei – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
155 – Ehsan Khanmohammadi – Age: unknown – Place of death: unknown – Date of death: unknown – Cause of death: unknown – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
156 – Amir Mahdi Farkhipour – Age: 17 – Place of death: unknown – Date of death: unknown – Cause of death: unknown – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
157 – Mohammad Zarei – Age: unknown – Place of death: Qrachak – Date of death: 22-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
158 – Abdoljalil Rakhshani – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
159 – Mousa Vira (Narouei) – Age: 18 – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
160 – Matin Ghanbarzehi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
161 – Abdolmanan Rakhshani – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
162 – (uncertain first name) Mirshkar – Age: 25 – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 3-Oct-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
163 – Arash Pahlavan – Age: 27 – Place of death: Mashhad – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet woundدر ناحیه سر – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
164 – Mohsen Mal Mir – Age: unknown – Place of death: Nowshahr – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
165 – Mehdi Leylazi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Marlik Karaj – Date of death: 22-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
166 – Hedieh Naeimani – Age: 25 – Place of death: Nowshahr – Date of death: 23-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
167 – Abolfazl Mehdipour – Age: unknown – Place of death: Babol – Date of death: unknown – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
168 – Amir Hossein Shams – Age: unknown – Place of death: Nowshahr – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
169 – Saeid Iranmanesh – Age: unknown – Place of death: Kerman – Date of death: unknown – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
170 – Gholam Nabi Notizehi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: Baloch Activists Campaign – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
171 – Abolfazl Akbari Doust – Age: unknown – Place of death: Langarud – Date of death: unknown – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
172 – Erfan Khazaei – Age: unknown – Place of death: Shahriar – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
173 – Mehdi Babrnjad – Age: unknown – Place of death: Quchan – Date of death: unknown – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
174 – Roshana Ahmadi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Bukan – Date of death: unknown – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
175 – Mohammad Hosseinkhah – Age: unknown – Place of death: Mazandaran – Date of death: 22-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
176 – Mehrdad Avazpour – Age: unknown – Place of death: Nowshahr – Date of death: 22-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
177 – Mohammad Rasoul Momenizadeh – Age: unknown – Place of death: Rasht – Date of death: 22-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
178 – Mohsen Pazouki – Age: 22 – Place of death: Pakdasht Varamin – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
179 – Emad Heydari – Age: 31 – Place of death: Ahvaz – Date of death: 6-Oct-22 – Cause of death: Beating in the detention center – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
180 – Behzad Rigi – Age: 30 – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
181 – Mohammad Jameh Bozorg – Age: unknown – Place of death: Marlik Karaj – Date of death: 25-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
182 – Sasan Bagheri – Age: unknown – Place of death: Rezvanshahr – Date of death: 20-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
183 – Alireza Fathi – Age: 22 – Place of death: Qazvin – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
184 – Seyyed Abbas Mirmousa – Age: unknown – Place of death: Langarud – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
185 – Alireza Hosseini – Age: 26 – Place of death: Tehran – Date of death: 23-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
186 – Javad Khansari – Age: 36 – Place of death: Tehran – Date of death: 23-Sep-22 – Cause of death: Due to lung damage from tear gas – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
187 – Abdolvahid Tohid Nia – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
188 – Amir Hossein Mahdavi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Rasht – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: Due to baton and gun butt blows to the head – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
189 – Ehsan Alibazi – Age: 16 – Place of death: Qods – Date of death: 23-Sep-22 – Cause of death: Hit by 12 bullets – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
190 – Morteza Nowrozi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Langarud – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
191 – Hossein Morovoti – Age: unknown – Place of death: Qrachak Varamin – Date of death: 23-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound to heart and lung area – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
192 – Pouya (Ali) Ahmadpour Pasikhani – Age: unknown – Place of death: Rasht – Date of death: 23-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
193 – Mohsen Mohammadi Kochsaraei – Age: unknown – Place of death: Qaemshahr – Date of death: 21-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
194 – Hamid Saneipour – Age: unknown – Place of death: Hamedan – Date of death: unknown – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
195 – Mohammadamin Takali – Age: unknown – Place of death: unknown – Date of death: 23-Sep-22 – Cause of death: As a result of being hit by a tear gas grenade – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
196 – Aysan Madanpasand – Age: unknown – Place of death: Tabriz – Date of death: 19-Sep-22 – Cause of death: Beating the security forces – Source: Social Media – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
197 – Omid Safarzehi – Age: 17 – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
198 – Najmeddin Tajik – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: HalVash – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
199 – Samer Shahnavazi – Age: unknown – Place of death: Zahedan – Date of death: 30-Sep-22 – Cause of death: unknown – Source: Baloch Activists Campaign – Status according to HRANA: under investigation
200 – Nima Shafagh Doust – Age: 16 – Place of death: Orumiyeh – Date of death: unknown – Cause of death: bullet wound – Source: Kurdpa – Status according to HRANA: under investigation

The second part – statistics without names and details

1 – Two citizens – Location: Kermanshah – date: 21-Sep-22 – Source: Prosecutor of Kermanshah / Tasnim
2 – Seventeen citizens – Location: across the country – date: The first five days of protests – Source: State Media
3 – Two citizens – Location: Ghaemshahr – date: 22-Sep-22 – Source: BBC
4 – a citizen – Location: Tehran – date: 22-Sep-22 – Source: BBC
5 – Three citizens – Location: Babol – date: Unknown – Source: Iran Human Rights
6 – Three citizens – Location: Rezvanshahr – date: 22-Sep-22 – Source: Iran Human Rights
7 – Eleven citizens – Location: Amol – date: 21-Sep-22 – Source: Iran Human Rights
8 – Sixty citizens – Location: across the country – date: Unknown – Source: Fars news
9 – Four citizens – Location: Kurdistan province – date: Unknown – Source: Prosecutor of Kurdistan / ISNA
10 – Nineteen citizens – Location: Zahedan – date: 30-Sep-22 – Source: Rajanews
11 – Two citizens – Location: Marivan – date: 1-Oct-22 – Source: Kolbarnews

The third part – dead military-security personnel

1 – 1st Lieutenant Muslim Javidi Mehr – Affiliation: Army – Location: Ghouchan – Date: 21-Sep – Source: State Media
2 – Hossein Ojaghi – Affiliation: Basij Force – Location: Tabriz – Date: 21-Sep – Source: State Media
3 – Muhammad Rasool Dost Mohammadi – Affiliation: Basij Force – Location: Mashhad – Date: 21-Sep – Source: State Media
4 – Abbas Khaleghi – Affiliation: Basij Force – Location: Qazvin – Date: 21-Sep – Source: State Media
5 – Hossein Taghipour – Affiliation: Basij Force – Location: Tehran – Date: unknown – Source: Tasnim
6 – Farid Karampour – Affiliation: police – Location: Robat Karim, Tehran – Date: 27-Sep – Source: Irna
7 – Reza Zare Movayedi – Affiliation: police assistant – Location: Shiraz – Date: 20-Sep – Source: Mehr news agency
8 – Mohammad Hossein Sarvary Rad – Affiliation: The Revolutionary Guards – Location: Garmsar – Date: 21-Sep – Source: Mehr news agency
9 – Seyyed Abbas Fatimiyeh – Affiliation: Basij Force – Location: Orumieh – Date: 22-Sep – Source: Mehr news agency
10 – Ali Asghar Qort Biglo – Affiliation: Basij Force – Location: Karaj – Date: 21-Sep – Source: Mehr news agency
11 – Colonel Seyyed Hamidreza Hashemi (Syed Ali Mousavi) – Affiliation: The Revolutionary Guards – Location: Zahedan – Date: 30-Sep – Source: Mehr news agency
12 – Mohammad Amin Azar Shekar – Affiliation: The Revolutionary Guards – Location: Zahedan – Date: 30-Sep – Source: Mehr news agency
13 – Mohammad Amin Arefi – Affiliation: Basij Force – Location: Zahedan – Date: 30-Sep – Source: Mehr news agency
14 – Saeed Burhan Zahi Rigi – Affiliation: Basij Force – Location: Zahedan – Date: 30-Sep – Source: Mehr news agency
15 – Ali Beyk – Affiliation: The Revolutionary Guards – Location: Zahedan – Date: 1-Oct – Source: Mehr news agency
16 – Mehdi Zahid Loui – Affiliation: Basij Force – Location: Qom – Date: 30-Sep – Source: Mehr news agency
17 – Mojtaba Amiri Domari – Affiliation: Basij Force – Location: Qeshm – Date: 21-Sep – Source: IRNA news agency
18 – Lieutenant Colonel Davud Abdullahi – Affiliation: police – Location: Marivan – Date: 2-Oct – Source: Irna
19 – Pooria Ahmadi – Affiliation: Basij Force – Location: Tehran – Date: 21-Sep – Source: Tasnim
20 – Nasser Brahui – Affiliation: Basij Force – Location: Zahedan – Date: 1-Oct – Source: Public relations of Quds South East camp

Detainees

Based on general statistics, estimates and previous experiences, the number of detainees is estimated to be at least 5,500 individuals. There is still no exact information about the number of detainees.
In checking the identity of the detainees, three lists are presented below.
The first list contains the names of the detainees whose identity and arrest have been confirmed.
The second list is the names and identities of the arrested students.
The third list is information about mass arrests that require further investigation and confirmation.

List number one: individuals arrested whose identity is confirmed

1 – Javad Heydarian – Date of arrest: 17-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
2 – Arya Majidpour – Date of arrest: 17-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Saqez – Last status: unknown – Source: KolbarNews
3 – Mohammad Abdullahpour – Date of arrest: 18-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
4 – Zaniar Mohammad Nejad – Date of arrest: 18-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Coordinating committee to help form workers unions (Komiteh Hamahangi)
5 – Faranak Rafiee – Date of arrest: 18-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
6 – Leila Mirghafari – Date of arrest: 18-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
7 – Kamyar Heydari – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Saqez – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
8 – Mohammad Zabihi – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Saqez – Last status: unknown – Source: Coordinating committee to help form workers unions (Komiteh Hamahangi)
9 – Ahoun Houshmand – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Saqez – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
10 – Lotfullah Ahmadi – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: Coordinating committee to help form workers unions (Komiteh Hamahangi)
11 – Shahu Eqbal – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
12 – Farhad Sanandaji – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
13 – Goshin Mohammadian – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
14 – Babak Ghasemi – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
15 – Arvin Eqbali – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
16 – Pishva Rahbari – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
17 – Ashna Rasouli – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
18 – Gelareh Moradi – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: KolbarNews
19 – Abubakr Irandoost – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
20 – Kaveh Amini – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Bukan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
21 – Nazanin Hajizadeh – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
22 – Mahnaz Mohammadi – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
23 – Ribwar Kamranipur – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Marivan – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
24 – Amjad Saedi – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Marivan – Last status: unknown – Source: HWU
25 – Soran (Zania) Mohammadian – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Divandarreh – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
26 – Samko Mohammadian – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Divandarreh – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
27 – Leila Abbasi – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Bijar – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
28 – Shoja Roshan – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
29 – Saber Abdullah Taash – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Mahabad – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
30 – Sirvan Moradi – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Kamyaran – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
31 – Ribaz Rezaei – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Saqez – Last status: unknown – Source: KolbarNews
32 – Zaniar Sabouri – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Kamyaren – Last status: unknown – Source: KolbarNews
33 – Ehsan Fatehi – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Kamyaren – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
34 – Saria Sharifi – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: KolbarNews
35 – Moemen Ghoreishi – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Divandarreh – Last status: unknown – Source: KolbarNews
36 – Nazanin Jalil – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Yasuj – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
37 – Neda Mousavi – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Yasuj – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
38 – Yunus Chukeli – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Mahabad – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
39 – Yamin Daneshi – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Yasuj – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
40 – Khosrow Kordpour, responsible director and editor of Mokrian news agency – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Bukan – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
41 – Masoud Kordpour, responsible director and editor of Mokrian news agency – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Bukan – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
42 – Payam Jeyhouni – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Behbahan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
43 – Rizan Ahmadi – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
44 – Kaveh Karimi – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
45 – Hadi Kamangar – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Kamyaren – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
46 – Avin Rasti – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Marivan – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
47 – Azadeh Jamaati – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: HWU
48 – Bahar Zangi Band spring – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: HWU
49 – Maahru Hedayati – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: HWU
50 – Baran Saedi – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: HWU
51 – Shahriyar Afsari – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Marivan – Last status: unknown – Source: KolbarNews
52 – Kaveh Faqih Amiri – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Bukan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
53 – Abubakr Ghoreishi – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Divandarreh – Last status: unknown – Source: KolbarNews
54 – Anwar Ghorbani – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Kamyaran – Last status: unknown – Source: KolbarNews
55 – Mohammad Parvizi – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Kamyaran – Last status: unknown – Source: KolbarNews
56 – Amin Heydarian – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Yasuj – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
57 – Diyako Navazi – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Bukan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
58 – Ahmad Nezamipour – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Qorveh – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
59 – Ghasem Aeini- Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Qorveh – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
60 – Zhina Modares Gorgi – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: KolbarNews
61 – Rozhan Qaderi – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: released – Source: Kurdpa
62 – Shahryar Oskouei – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: KolbarNews
63 – Masoud (Soran) Abdullahzadeh – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Naqadeh – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
64 – Manouchehr Abdullahzadeh – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Naqadeh – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
65 – Sina Hasani – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Urmia – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
66 – Hayat Almasi – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: KolbarNews
67 – Koroush Jalil – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Yasuj – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
68 – Cyrus Abbasi – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Dehgolan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
69 – Azad Abbasi – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Dehgolan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
70 – Sarveh Rahmanipour – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Dehgolan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
71 – Yalda Moayeri – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
72 – Rozhin Mousazadeh – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
73 – Saeideh Mohammadi – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
74 – Hassan Vatanpour – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Ilam – Last status: unknown – Source: Iran Human Rights
75 – Roya Shaker – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Ilam – Last status: unknown – Source: Iran Human Rights
76 – Narges Mirza Kermani – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Ilam – Last status: unknown – Source: Iran Human Rights

77 – Soroush Abbasi Shahebrahimi – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Saqez – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
78 – Amir Abdali – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Urmia – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
79 – Mehran Pazashi – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Urmia – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
80 – Reza Sharifeh – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: HWU
81 – Heshmatollah Tabarzadi – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Golpayegan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
82 – Karamollah Soleimani – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Gachsaran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
83 – Ebrahim Parvizi – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Saravan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
84 – Mohsen Mohsenzadeh – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Ardabil – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
85 – Fatemeh Sepehri – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Mashhad – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
86 – Niloofar Hamedi – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Shargh Newspaper
87 – Majid Bertani – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Marivan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
88 – Zahra Tohidi – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
89 – Hoda Tohidi – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
90 – Alireza Khoshbakht – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
91 – Ruhollah Nakhaei – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
92 – Mohammad Reza Jalaeipour – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
93 – Arman Nourizad – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: released – Source: HWU
94 – Mozhgan Kavousi – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Kelardasht – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
95 – Ali (Abtin) Tabarzadi – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Golpayegan – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
96 – Mojtaba Rahimi – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: unknown – Last status: unknown – Source: Emtedad
97 – Khaled Hosseini – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: HWU
98 – Behnam Darabi – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
99 – Maliheh Gol Afshan – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Malekan – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
100 – Yashar Soltani – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Malekan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
101 – Saeid Ilkhani – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Malekan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
102 – Romina Rahmani – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Malekan – Last status: released – Source: HRANA

103 – Meysam Zahmatkesh – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Malekan – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
104 – Mehdi Pourkarim – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Malekan – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
105 – Amirhossein Khalilzadeh – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Malekan – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
106 – Atila Sadeghi – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
107 – Siavash Hayati – Date of arrest: 23-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Kermanshah – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
108 – Aram Badiei – Date of arrest: 23-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Saqez – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
109 – Fatemeh Rajabi – Date of arrest: 23-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: unknown – Last status: unknown – Source: BBC
110 – Haniyeh Daemi – Date of arrest: 23-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
111 – Hossein Fatehi – Date of arrest: 23-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
112 – Majid Tavakoli – Date of arrest: 23-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
113 – Mansoureh Mousavi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Mashhad – Last status: unknown – Source: BBC
114 – Leila Salehi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Bijar – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
115 – Ehsan Sadeghiyani – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
116 – Milad Gholami – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
117 – Sina Naderi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
118 – Danesh Karimi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
119 – Parsa Hosseini – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
120 – Akar Salimi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
121 – Azhvan Sadeghi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
122 – Sirvan Ansari – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
123 – Omran Ahmadi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
124 – Peyman Ahmadi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
125 – Milad Ansari – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
126 – Saman Moazi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
127 – Suma Naqshbandi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
128 – Vahid Ansari – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
129 – Mosleh Sharifi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
130 – Anis Maqsoodi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
131 – Amaanj Shojaei – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
132 – Javad Moloodi – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
133 – Kamran Karimi – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
134 – Peyman Karimi – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
135 – Loqman Kiani – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: released – Source: Kurdpa
136 – Ribwar Fatehi – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
137 – Hazhar Sharifi – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
138 – Sohrab Sohrabi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Naqadeh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
139 – Yan Abdullahpour – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Naqadeh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
140 – Himan Ghasemi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Naqadeh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
141 – Abdullah Khoshkam – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Naqadeh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
142 – Ali Hanifi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Naqadeh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
143 – Samad Hosseini – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Naqadeh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
144 – Hadi Dirmina – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Naqadeh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
145 – Ramin (surname unknown) – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Naqadeh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
146 – Zaniar (surname unknown) – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Naqadeh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
147 – Alireza Jabbari – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: unknown – Last status: unknown – Source: Saham News
148 – Abdul Rahman Mohammadi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Piranshahr – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
149 – Reza Naqibi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Behbahan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
150 – Ahmed Motasabi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Behbahan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
151 – Anas Wold Begi – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
152 – Abbas Bagheri – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: unknown – Last status: unknown – Source: Iran International
153 – Reza Ramezanzadeh – Date of arrest: 23-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HWU
154 – Sajjad Ramezanzadeh – Date of arrest: 23-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
155 – Hasan Rokouei Haghighi – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
156 – Hesam Rezadoust – Date of arrest: 23-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Hashtgerd – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
157 – Mahyar Ashouri – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Bandar Anzali – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
158 – Mobina Rahmani – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Malekan – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
159 – Hesam Samak – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Bandar Anzali – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
160 – Babak Khatami – Date of arrest: 3-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Kermanshah – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
161 – Sirvan Naserzadeh – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
162 – Zaniar Nasiri – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Piranshahr – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
163 – Saeid Karimi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Piranshahr – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
164 – Fardin Mamkhezrpour – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Piranshahr – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
165 – Abubakr Barzanji – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Piranshahr – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
166 – Shahab Lavzheh – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Piranshahr – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
167 – Chyia Bazargani – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Piranshahr – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
168 – Jalal Sattarzadeh – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Piranshahr – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
169 – Ali Heydarzadeh – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Piranshahr – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
170 – Sharif Ghaderzadeh – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Piranshahr – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
171 – Fardin Kamela – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Piranshahr – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
172 – Mohammad (Shahram) Qaderpour – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Piranshahr – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
173 – Mohammad Nozari – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Piranshahr – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
174 – Ebrahim Mohammadi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Piranshahr – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
175 – Ashkan Pirnia – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Piranshahr – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
176 – Mullah Anwar Rastegar – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Piranshahr – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
177 – Haji Mohammad Peyghami – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
178 – Omid Hosseinpour – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
179 – Jafar Hosseinpour – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
180 – Seyed Wahab Habibi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
181 – Mousa Mam Ali – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
182 – Siamand Azarian – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
183 – Shahram Marouf Mullah – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
184 – Farzad Tahazadeh – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
185 – Moloud (surname unknown) – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
186 – Fardin Khoshkhahesh- Date of arrest: 23-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
187 – Kaveh Amini – Date of arrest: 23-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
188 – Yadollah Motaei – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Dehgolan – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
189 – Fatemeh Kouhbar- Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Abadan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
190 – Saeid Karimi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Piranshahr – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
191 – Arash Rasouli – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Behbahan – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
192 – Jalal Sattarzadeh – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Piranshahr – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
193 – Ali Heydarzadeh – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Piranshahr – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
194 – Sharif Qaderzadeh – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Piranshahr – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
195 – Zahra Savarian – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Abadan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
196 – Kamiyar Shamati – Date of arrest: 23-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
197 – Behzad Saeidi – Date of arrest: 23-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
198 – Amin Khaleghi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
199 – Mehran Mohabati – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Rasht – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
200 – Monireh Mohammadi – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
201 – Armin Hemati – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Abdanan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
202 – Ahmad Nezamipour – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Qorveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
203 – Fatemeh Zahra Sahragard – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Amol – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
204 – Sahar Nik Manesh – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Amol – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
205 – Sirous Nadimi – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Kamyaran – Last status: unknown – Source: KolbarNews
206 – Chiako Bigleri – Date of arrest: 25-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
207 – Kamal Esmaeili – Date of arrest: 25-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
208 – Mateen Mihankhah – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
209 – Rahim Azizi – Date of arrest: 24-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
210 – Farshad Nasiri – Date of arrest: 24-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Abdanan – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
211 – Hassan Safar – Date of arrest: 24-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Abdanan – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
212 – Shima Beyranvand – Date of arrest: 24-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Abdanan – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
213 – Keyvan Azarang – Date of arrest: 23-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
214 – Wahab Azarang – Date of arrest: 23-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
215 – Yaqub Majour – Date of arrest: 23-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
216 – Shirzad Tahazadeh – Date of arrest: 23-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
217 – Esmaeil Nabi – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Piranshahr – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
218 – Behzad Moustafapour – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Piranshahr – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
219 – Ehsan Abdullahzadeh – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Piranshahr – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
220 – Hadi Kia – Date of arrest: 24-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Bane – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
221 – Mahan Fathi – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
222 – Aso Gorouhani – Date of arrest: 18-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Mahabad – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
223 – Nasser Shali – Date of arrest: 18-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Mahabad – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
224 – Shadi Aslani – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
225 – Mansour Rezaei – Date of arrest: 29-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Qorveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
226 – Marzieh Lorestani – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
227 – Mohammad Siamaknia – Date of arrest: 23-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
228 – Shahram Bangini – Date of arrest: 23-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
229 – Kamyar Maroufi – Date of arrest: 25-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
230 – Haasel Ghodou – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Piranshahr – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
231 – Hossein Ronaghi Maleki – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
232 – Mohammad Kazemi – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
233 – Priya Mortezaei – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
234 – Babak Paknia – Date of arrest: 25-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
235 – Milad Alipur – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Behbahan – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
236 – Mahshid Bibak – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Ahvaz – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
237 – Golrokh Iraei – Date of arrest: 26-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
238 – Fatemeh Nikmagham – Date of arrest: 25-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Dehdasht – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
239 – Fatemeh Qaraati – Date of arrest: 25-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Dehdasht – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
240 – Rose Borjas – Date of arrest: 25-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Dehdasht – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
241 – Ayda Kiani – Date of arrest: 25-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Dehdasht – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
242 – Sina Iranipour – Date of arrest: 26-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Marivan – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
243 – Sepideh Ahmadkhani – Date of arrest: 23-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Zanjan – Last status: unknown – Source: Iran Watch
244 – Farzad Rasoulpour – Date of arrest: 24-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
245 – Osameh (surname unknown) – Date of arrest: 24-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
246 – Hossein Sepandji – Date of arrest: 27-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Abdanan – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
247 – Amir Tayari – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Bandar Abbas – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
248 – payam Khodabandeh – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Hamedan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
249 – Sanaz (Saba) Razavi Fard – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Behbahan – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
250 – Salah Zamani – Date of arrest: 18-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
251 – Maryam Karim Beigi – Date of arrest: 26-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
252 – Batoul Balali – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sirjan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
253 – Samira Alinezhad – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sirjan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
254 – Parisa Rahimi – Date of arrest: 23-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Gonbad-e Kavous – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
255 – Helia Rahimi – Date of arrest: 23-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Gonbad-e Kavous – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
256 – Elmira Bahmani – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Rasht – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
257 – Mustafa Khaki – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Yazd – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
258 – Bakhtiar Samadi – Date of arrest: 18-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
259 – Shouresh Eslam Sakani – Date of arrest: 26-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Urmia – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
260 – Salim Mirzaei – Date of arrest: 26-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Urmia – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
261 – Ayda Darvishi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: released – Source: Kurdpa
262 – Nagin Mahmoudi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
263 – Yaqoub Sharifzadeh – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Naqadeh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
264 – Sina Rahmani – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Naqadeh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
265 – Ebrahim Sufi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Naqadeh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
266 – Ehsan Khani – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Naqadeh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
267 – Saeid Roghani – Date of arrest: 18-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Mahabad – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
268 – Shouresh Talaei – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Saqez – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
269 – Morteza Behboudi – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
270 – Behzad Mohammadi – Date of arrest: 26-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Abhar – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
271 – Sepehr Taheri – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Dehdasht – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
272 – Dariush Taheri – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Dehdasht – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
273 – Behnam Ghaderi – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sardasht – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
274 – Peyman Mirzazadeh – Date of arrest: 26-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Urmia – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
275 – Erfan Kahzad – Date of arrest: 26-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Karaj – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
276 – Sara Saniei – Date of arrest: 25-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: unknown – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
277 – Jabbar Dastbaz – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
278 – Hajar Hamidi – Date of arrest: 24-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
279 – Iman Parsa – Date of arrest: 25-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Behbahan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
280 – Sultan Ali Mohseni – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Behbahan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
281 – (first name unknown) Niyayesh – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Behbahan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
282 – Armin Nabizadeh – Date of arrest: 23-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Urmia – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
283 – Fereydoun Nabizadeh – Date of arrest: 23-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Urmia – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
284 – Mehdi Hamidi Shafiq – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
285 – Asgar Akbarzadeh – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Ardabil – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
286 – Saeid Sadeghi Far – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Ardabil – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
287 – Meysam Jolani – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Ardabil – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
288 – Asal Nami – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
289 – Sagar Saadat – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
290 – Melika Lame – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
291 – Narges Amiri – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
292 – Farideh Amini – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
293 – Seuda Arash Kia – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
294 – Houriyeh Fakhim Fard – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
295 – Pouria Vafaei Fard – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
296 – Aydin Alipour Moghtader – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
297 – Ali Nik Seresht – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
298 – Farid Hosseini Azar – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
299 – Sina Salehi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
300 – Sajjad Zarrabi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
301 – Hesam Abedini – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
302 – Nima Gholgholeh – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
303 – Navid Gholgholeh – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
304 – Mohammad Najaf – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
305 – Arin Nazari – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
306 – Reza Nemati – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
307 – Alireza Taghavi Seyedlar – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
308 – Saeid Hadi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
309 – Ramin Bohlouli – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
310 – Farzad Taghavi Bayat – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
311 – Seyed Hassan Zeynali – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
312 – Hojjat Soltani – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
313 – Hamed Zarifi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
314 – Mehdi Abedi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
315 – Arash Ahmadi Kobra – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
316 – Pouria Pourhemmati – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
317 – Sahand Khataei – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
318 – Esa Alibabaei – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
319 – Pouya Davari – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
320 – Mirhadi Razavizadeh – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
321 – Matin Heydari – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
322 – Mir Sjad Hosseini – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
323 – Armin Asl Mohammadzadeh – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
324 – Pezhman Eslami – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
325 – Masoumeh Maleki – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Urmia – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
326 – Amir Abdullahzadeh – Date of arrest: 28-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Mahabad – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
327 – Ahmad Ghaderi – Date of arrest: 28-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Piranshahr – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
328 – Ahmad Maroufzadeh – Date of arrest: 26-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
329 – Frayad (surname unknown) – Date of arrest: 27-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
330 – Kambiz Shahi – Date of arrest: 27-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
331 – Nuroddin Rastgar – Date of arrest: 29-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Urmia – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
332 – Faezeh Hashemi Rafsanjani – Date of arrest: 27-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Fars
333 – Navid Jamshidi – Date of arrest: 24-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: VOA
334 – Mohsen Khan Mohammadi – Date of arrest: 23-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Kermanshah – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
335 – Elahe Mohammadi – Date of arrest: 29-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Emtedad
336 – Marzieh Talaei – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Saqez – Last status: unknown – Source: Emtedad
337 – Ali Khatibzadeh – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Saqez – Last status: unknown – Source: Emtedad
338 – Eman Behpasand – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Emtedad
339 – Vida Rabbani – Date of arrest: 24-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Emtedad
340 – Ahmad Halabisaz – Date of arrest: 25-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Emtedad
341 – Omran Mirzaei – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Urmia – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
342 – Hirsh Ahmadzadeh – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
343 – Ashkan Saadat Mehr – Date of arrest: 24-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Urmia – Last status: released – Source: Social Media
344 – Elham Salehi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Behbahan – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
345 – Hossein Baboli – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Behbahan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
346 – Erfan Shahbazi – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Marand – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
347 – Mehrnoush Tafian – Date of arrest: 28-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Ahvaz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
348 – Mohsen Amiri – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of students of the country
349 – Omran Qeysari – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Abdanan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
350 – Alireza Darvishipour – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Abdanan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
351 – Amirreza Jamshidi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Abdanan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
352 – Seyed Ali Asghar Rahimi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Abdanan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
353 – Pouria Mahmoudnezhad – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Abdanan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
354 – Eman Nazari – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Abdanan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
355 – Hossein Mansouri – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Abdanan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
356 – Hadi Wafaei Nezhad – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Abdanan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
357 – Masoud Kasaei – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Abdanan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
358 – Vali Hosseini – Date of arrest: 25-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Abdanan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
359 – Hesam Vasigh – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Abdanan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
360 – Behnam Tahmasebi – Date of arrest: 27-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Izeh – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
361 – Mehsa Gholamalizadeh – Date of arrest: 24-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
362 – Mahmoud Shahriari – Date of arrest: 28-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Mehr
363 – Farshid Ghorbanpour – Date of arrest: 25-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
364 – Mohammad Aminzadeh Dil – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Gachsaran – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
365 – Behnam Monajjemi – Date of arrest: 28-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Malekan – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
366 – Mehdi Javanmardi – Date of arrest: 26-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Dehgolan – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
367 – Davoud Razavi – Date of arrest: 27-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Syndicate of Workers of Tehran and Suburbs Bus Company
368 – Mobin Balouch – Date of arrest: 28-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Chabahar – Last status: unknown – Source: HalVash
369 – Amir Tanha – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: unknown – Last status: unknown – Source: Modara
370 – Mona Borzouei – Date of arrest: 28-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
371 – Amir Sadeghian – Date of arrest: 29-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Malekan – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
372 – Farzin Movafaghi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Kamyaran – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
373 – Khabat Mozaffari – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Kamyaran – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
374 – Amir Nadimi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Kamyaran – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
375 – Milad Kamangar – Date of arrest: 26-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Kamyaran – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
376 – Omid (Ali) Askari – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Behbahan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
377 – Kamran Sakhtemangar – Date of arrest: 29-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
378 – Sohrab Jalali – Date of arrest: 27-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
379 – Payam Bastani Parizi – Date of arrest: 24-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
380 – Saeideh Moradi – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Abhar – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
381 – Ali Maghsoudi – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Abhar – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
382 – Alireza Razavi – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Abhar – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
383 – Mobin Rasoul Tab – Date of arrest: 28-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
384 – Mehran Hassanzadeh – Date of arrest: 28-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
385 – Aria Jafari – Date of arrest: 25-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Esfahan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
386 – Amir Hossein Barimani – Date of arrest: 26-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
387 – Nazanin Rasouli – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
388 – Reyhaneh Sadatian – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
389 – Marziyeh Yousefzadeh – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Yasuj – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
390 – Ali Meskini – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Behbahan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
391 – Arman Nourizad – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
392 – Abbas Hashempour – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
393 – Hossein Mahini – Date of arrest: 29-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: unknown – Last status: released – Source: IRNA
394 – Seyed Mohammad Karam Zamani – Date of arrest: 27-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Bijar – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of students of the country
395 – Hossein Taheri – Date of arrest: 4-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Sarv Abad – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
396 – Somayeh Ebrahimi – Date of arrest: 29-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
397 – Purbak Mohammadi – Date of arrest: 29-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
398 – Bayan Azizi – Date of arrest: 29-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
399 – Saman Ghazali – Date of arrest: 25-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Mahabad – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
400 – Reza Ramezani – Date of arrest: 26-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Eslamabad-e-Gharb – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
401 – Ahad Yare – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Abdanan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
402 – Donya Rad – Date of arrest: 29-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
403 – Mohammad Nagrawi – Date of arrest: 26-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Susangerd – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
404 – Ali Asadi – Date of arrest: 26-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Susangard – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
405 – Atusa Hosseini – Date of arrest: 29-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
406 – Hediyeh Mihami – Date of arrest: 29-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
407 – Raheleh Jafari – Date of arrest: 29-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
408 – Milad Arsanjani – Date of arrest: 30-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
409 – Mohammad Amin Kasravi – Date of arrest: 29-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Piranshahr – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
410 – Saeid Feyzi – Date of arrest: 30-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Takab – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
411 – Afsaneh Rabiei – Date of arrest: 30-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: unknown – Last status: unknown – Source: Coordinating Council of Iranian Teacher Trade Associations
412 – Moslem Gholami – Date of arrest: 27-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Qasreqand- Last status: unknown – Source: Rasanak
413 – Sheyda Saberi – Date of arrest: 29-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Yasuj – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
414 – Masoud Qalandari – Date of arrest: 29-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Yasuj – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
415 – Mohsen Qalandari – Date of arrest: 29-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Yasuj – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
416 – Yasser Farrokhzad – Date of arrest: 29-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Yasuj – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
417 – Rose Berenjas – Date of arrest: 29-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Yasuj – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
418 – Farideh Nemati – Date of arrest: 30-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: released – Source: Kurdpa
419 – Veera Akbarzadeh – Date of arrest: 27-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Bushehr – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
420 – Habib Daneshvar – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: released – Source: Social Media
421 – Safiyeh Gharebaghi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Zanjan – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
422 – Morvarid Ayyaz – Date of arrest: 21-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Rasht – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
423 – Kiana (Didar) Karimpour – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: unknown – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
424 – Atila Arfaei – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
425 – Mukhtar Karimeh – Date of arrest: 4-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
426 – Sajjad Majidi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Ardabil – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
427 – Ali Zahmatkesh – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Malekan – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
428 – Siavash Soleimanipour – Date of arrest: 1-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Urmia – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
429 – Karim Sarvari – Date of arrest: 1-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Karaj – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
430 – Mohsen Mohammadi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Mashhad – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
431 – Hossein Bouzhmehrani – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Mashhad – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
432 – Omid Fathi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Mashhad – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
433 – Hadi Rajabizadeh – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Mashhad – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
434 – Sajjad Jalayeri – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Mashhad – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
435 – Behrouz Ezadi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Mashhad – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
436 – Behzad Jalayeri – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Mashhad – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
437 – Reza Hamed Burang – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Mashhad – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
438 – Omid Rasulpour – Date of arrest: 28-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
439 – Mohammad Aref Jahangiri – Date of arrest: 1-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: Coordinating Council of Iranian Teacher Trade Associations
440 – Salar Taher Afshar – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Kermanshah – Last status: released – Source: Social Media
441 – Haleh Ershadi – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Ardabil – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
442 – Amir Ghazizadeh – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Ardabil – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
443 – Ghasem Khodadadi – Date of arrest: 23-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
444 – Reza Ghorbani – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Ardabil – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
445 – Babak Hamrang – Date of arrest: 22-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Ardabil – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
446 – Hamidreza Aliasgari – Date of arrest: 2-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: ILNA
447 – Alborz Nezami – Date of arrest: 2-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Eghtesad News
448 – Ebrahim Pakdel – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Ardabil – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
449 – Zaniar Bagheri – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Saqez – Last status: unknown – Source: KolbarNews
450 – Sara Shamsaei – Date of arrest: 27-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
451 – Javad Ahmadi Yekaaneli – Date of arrest: 2-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Khoy – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
452 – Mohammad Haji Rasoulpour – Date of arrest: 1-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Bukan – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
453 – Fardin Fathi – Date of arrest: 29-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Dehgolan – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
454 – Hiwa Valadebeygi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
455 – Arman Naghshi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
456 – Arvin Khanmoradi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
457 – Mokhtar Sadeghi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
458 – Foad Valadbeygi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
459 – Seyed Vahid Mousavi – Date of arrest: 2-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Shiraz – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of students of the country
460 – Shilan Pouramini – Date of arrest: 1-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Mahabad – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
461 – Sadi Feyzi – Date of arrest: 2-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Takab – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
462 – Chiako Mohammadi – Date of arrest: 1-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Dehgolan – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
463 – Hamid Rahimi – Date of arrest: 1-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Dehgolan – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
464 – Hossein Masoumi – Date of arrest: 2-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
465 – Neda Naji – Date of arrest: 2-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HWU
466 – Bahareh Hedayat – Date of arrest: 3-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
467 – Alessia Piperno – Date of arrest: 2-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Corriere della Sera Newspapers
468 – Shirzad Abdullahpour – Date of arrest: 19-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Bukan – Last status: unknown – Source: KolbarNews
469 – Salah Baatmaani – Date of arrest: 1-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Kamyaran – Last status: unknown – Source: KolbarNews
470 – Sarina Gherabat – Date of arrest: 2-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
471 – Mohammad Javani – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Ardabil – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
472 – Atefeh Chaharmahalian – Date of arrest: 1-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Dehgolan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
473 – Hiwa Masoudi – Date of arrest: 26-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
474 – Kaveh Feqh Miri – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Bukan – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
475 – Hadi Amini – Date of arrest: 3-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Bukan – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
476 – Eman Dastyar – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Yasuj – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
477 – Ali Jahanbin – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Yasuj – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
478 – Iraj Hassanzadeh – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Yasuj – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
479 – Aminollah Balinparast – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Yasuj – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
480 – Soroush Khalilipour – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Yasuj – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
481 – Javad Taghvaei – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Yasuj – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
482 – Ali Taghvaei – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Yasuj – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
483 – Mahyar Zahedian – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Yasuj – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
484 – Behzad Heydari – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Yasuj – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
485 – Yaghoub Javanbakht – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Yasuj – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
486 – Ehsan Rakhshan – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Yasuj – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
487 – Amir Abbas Pouyan – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Yasuj – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
488 – Fatemeh Baloch Kari – Date of arrest: 28-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Chabahar – Last status: unknown – Source: HalVash
489 – Mehrnaz Omarzehi – Date of arrest: 28-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Chabahar – Last status: unknown – Source: HalVash
490 – Sarah Baloch – Date of arrest: 28-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Chabahar – Last status: unknown – Source: HalVash
491 – A woman (identity unknown) – Date of arrest: 28-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Chabahar – Last status: unknown – Source: HalVash
492 – A woman (identity unknown) – Date of arrest: 28-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Chabahar – Last status: unknown – Source: HalVash
493 – Hossein Sarbandi – Date of arrest: 3-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
494 – Hamid Rahmati – Date of arrest: 3-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Esfahan – Last status: unknown – Source: Coordinating Council of Iranian Teacher Trade Associations
495 – Mohammad Moghaddam Sis – Date of arrest: 28-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Urmia – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
496 – Hamed Pazham – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Yasuj – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
497 – Kianoush Vahedi Asl- Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Yasuj – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
498 – Hamed Pouraboutaleb – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Marand – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
499 – Mohammad Jolani – Date of arrest: 1-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Ardabil – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
500 – Sajjad Qane Moghaddam – Date of arrest: 1-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Ardabil – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
501 – Yashar Akbarzadeh – Date of arrest: 3-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Ardabil – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
502 – Golaleh Vatandoust – Date of arrest: 3-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
503 – Mohammad Fathi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
504 – Shayan Fathi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Paveh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
505 – Arash Efati – Date of arrest: 3-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
506 – Meysam Beheshti – Date of arrest: 3-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
507 – Khalil Manbari – Date of arrest: 4-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
508 – Mohammad Hosseini Nia – Date of arrest: 2-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Kamyaran – Last status: unknown – Source: KolbarNews
509 – Arian Eqbal – Date of arrest: 4-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
510 – Ali Salem – Date of arrest: 3-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
511 – Shervin Hajipour – Date of arrest: 29-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sari – Last status: released – Source: Social Media
512 – Sajjad Sadeghi – Date of arrest: 2-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
513 – Sepideh Salarvand – Date of arrest: 1-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
514 – Fateh Mahmoudi – Date of arrest: 4-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
515 – Ramin Behzad – Date of arrest: 2-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
516 – Masoud Mohammadi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
517 – Leila Pashaei – Date of arrest: 23-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sanandaj – Last status: released – Source: Kurdpa
518 – Ali Shirzad – Date of arrest: 2-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
519 – Saeid Shirzad – Date of arrest: 2-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
520 – Kamran Khezrinezhad – Date of arrest: 29-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Naqadeh – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
521 – Salim Pishdad – Date of arrest: 23-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Naqadeh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
522 – Afshin Osmani – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Naqadeh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
523 – Mohammad Tahir Hosseinpour – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Naqadeh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
524 – Ayub Malek Hamamian – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Naqadeh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
525 – Milad Shomali – Date of arrest: 24-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Sari – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
526 – Saba Haj Jafar – Date of arrest: 1-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
527 – Ali Khademi – Date of arrest: 1-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
528 – Zahra Shafaei – Date of arrest: 1-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
529 – Yashar Khademi – Date of arrest: 1-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
530 – Ali Moezi – Date of arrest: 30-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
531 – Asadollah Hadi – Date of arrest: 30-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
532 – Mohammad Taheri Khorram – Date of arrest: 1-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Karaj – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
533 – Afaf Ebadi – Date of arrest: 2-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Ahvaz – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
534 – Hamid Khalilavi – Date of arrest: 2-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Ahvaz – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
535 – Mansour Dehmardeh – Date of arrest: 3-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Zahedan – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
536 – Shahram Azmoudeh – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Talesh – Last status: unknown – Source: Coordinating Council of Iranian Teacher Trade Associations
537 – Nikan Mostafavi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
538 – Hossein Aziz Nasri – Date of arrest: 29-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Mashhad – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
539 – Sohrab Khojasteh – Date of arrest: 4-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Mashhad – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
540 – Morteza Maleki – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Marand – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
541 – Saleh Mulla Abbasi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Ahar – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
542 – Mehdi Dadgar – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Abhar – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
543 – Ms. (first name unknown) Dadger – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Abhar – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
544 – Bahram Yaghoubi – Date of arrest: 4-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
545 – Rasoul Mousavi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Ahvaz – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
546 – Soheila Moataei – Date of arrest: 1-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Dehgolan – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
547 – Delnia Khani – Date of arrest: 1-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Dehgolan – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
548 – Sarina Hosseini – Date of arrest: 1-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Dehgolan – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
549 – Behnam Gorjinia – Date of arrest: 20-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Gachsaran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
550 – Pariya Bornaei – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: unknown – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
551 – Arsalan Shabarang – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Kermanshah – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
552 – Faranak Jafari – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Gachsaran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
553 – Atefeh Tahernia – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Dehdasht – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
554 – Morteza Maleki – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Marand – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
555 – Fatemeh Bavand – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Dehdasht – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
556 – Hora (Sara) Aksari – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Yasuj – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
557 – Samaneh Khazaei – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Gachsaran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
558 – Bahar Askari – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Yasuj – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
559 – Elham Shafiee – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Yasuj – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
560 – Yusuf Kari – Date of arrest: 5-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Ardabil – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
561 – Shahram Gorgani – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Oshnavieh – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
562 – Sedigheh Moradi – Date of arrest: 4-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
563 – Bahar Aslani – Date of arrest: 26-Sep-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA

 

List number two – detained students

Students played an important role in these protests. In the map below, you can see the distribution of protests based on the location of the universities

In the chart below, you can see the number of student protests in the first twenty days, according to the time and number of protests.

The list of names of 123 detained students has been authenticated

1 – Bardia Shakuri Far – Date of arrest: 21 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
2 – Alireza Sabrian – Date of arrest: 22 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Mashhad – University: Mashhad Medical Sciences – Last status: released – Source: Union councils of country students
3 – Mehrdad Arandan – Date of arrest: 21 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Allameh Tabatabai – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
4 – Muhammad Arab – Date of arrest: 22 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Babol – University: Noshirvani Babol Industrial – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
5 – Mohammad Nouri – Date of arrest: 22 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
6 – Sahand Mortazavi – Date of arrest: 22 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
7 – Ahmad Reza Afshar – Date of arrest: 21 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tabriz – University: Islamic Art University of Tabriz – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
8 – Sarvin Heydari – Date of arrest: 22 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
9 – Mohammad Valizadeh – Date of arrest: 22 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Bokan – University: Urmia University – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
10 – Farhad Shoja Haidari – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Allameh Tabatabaei University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
11 – Zahra Kashkaki – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Unknown – University: Tarbiat Modares Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
12 – Mehdi Bagherzadeh – Date of arrest: 23 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Azad university of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
13 – Kamiyar Sharifi – Date of arrest: 21 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
14 – Mahan Gachpazan Eidgahi – Date of arrest: 22 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
15 – Reyhaneh Marouf – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
16 – Mehdi Tejalai Far – Date of arrest: 29 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Beheshti University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
17 – Majid Imamvardi – Date of arrest: 22 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
18 – Behrooz Shirbigi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Allameh Tabatabai – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
19 – Amin Tohidi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Allameh Tabatabai – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
20 – Shahu Bayazidi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Allameh Tabatabai – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
21 – Mahsa Abdullahzadeh – Date of arrest: 22 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
22 – Mobina Mohammadi – Date of arrest: 22 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
23 – Saeed Ezzati – Date of arrest: 22 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Zahedan – University: Zahedan University – Last status: unknown – Source: HalVash
24 – Mehdi Mohedi – Date of arrest: 3 October 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Khwaja Nasiruddin Tusi University of Technology – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
25 – Maeda Delbari – Date of arrest: 23 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: AlZahra University – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
26 – Matin Cheraghi – Date of arrest: 29 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Kermanshah – University: Razi University of Kermanshah – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
27 – Khabat Veysi – Date of arrest: 20 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Marivan – University: Payam Noor Marivan – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
28 – Azin Saidi Nesab – Date of arrest: 22 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
29 – Vahid Farahani – Date of arrest: 22 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
30 – Homan Mohammadizadeh – Date of arrest: 23 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Ahvaz – University: Chamran University of Ahvaz – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
31 – Amirhossein Ghorbanzadeh – Date of arrest: 28 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
32 – Youssef Teymuri – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Beheshti University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
33 – Negin Aramesh – Date of arrest: 23 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Farhangistan University of Persian Language and Literature – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
34 – Ramtin Movasagh – Date of arrest: 23 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Beheshti University – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
35 – Shiva Mousazadeh – Date of arrest: 22 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Tehran University of Art – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
36 – Alireza Azad – Date of arrest: 4-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Tehran Sharif University of Technology – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
37 – Banafsheh Kamali – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
38 – unknown – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Tehran Sharif University of Technology – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
39 – Pedram Moeini – Date of arrest: 24 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Azad university of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
40 – Mohammad Mehdi Mohammadi – Date of arrest: 4-Oct-22 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Tehran Sharif University of Technology – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
41 – Alireza Ghamgosar – Date of arrest: 20 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Kashan – University: Kashan University – Last status: released – Source: Union councils of country students
42 – Mahdiar Gerami – Date of arrest: 25 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Lahijan – University: Shiraz university – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
43 – Mohammad Gholamzadeh – Date of arrest: 24 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
44 – Soroush Ahmadi – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
45 – Reyhana Naseri – Date of arrest: 21 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Shiraz – University: Shiraz university – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
46 – (first name unknown) Hasami – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Sharif University of Technology (Pardis campus) – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
47 – Motahareh Gonei – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
48 – Hadi Alizadeh – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
49 – Amin Salari Salajagheh – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Rasht – University: Beheshti University – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
50 – Hafez Taheri – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
51 – Mohammad Javad Moghdisi – Date of arrest: 25 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Beheshti University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
52 – Benyamin Moghadasi – Date of arrest: 24 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
53 – Mohsen Nikmanesh – Date of arrest: 19 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Tabriz University of Arts – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
54 – Nima Soltani (Zhakau) – Date of arrest: 22 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Tehran University of Art – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
55 – Mohammad Pardeh Baf – Date of arrest: 26 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Yazd – University: Yazd University of Science and Art – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
56 – Mahdi Kohnavard – Date of arrest: 25 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Yazd – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
57 – Ahmed Pirouznia – Date of arrest: unknown – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Tarbiat Modares University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
58 – Shahriar Shams – Date of arrest: 26 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Azad University (North Tehran) – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
59 – Ramin Kiani – Date of arrest: 26 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
60 – Hossein Rahad – Date of arrest: 24 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Neyshabour – University: Neyshabur University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
61 – Mohammadreza Lotfalizadeh – Date of arrest: 26 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Tehran Sharif University of Technology – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
62 – Mohammad Hossein Noorian – Date of arrest: 26 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Tehran Sharif University of Technology – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
63 – Nima Azar – Date of arrest: 26 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Tehran Sharif University of Technology – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
64 – Javad Shaker – Date of arrest: 26 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Tehran Sharif University of Technology – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
65 – Mohammad Javaheri – Date of arrest: 26 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Tehran Sharif University of Technology – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
66 – Jalil Aram – Date of arrest: 26 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Chabahar : Student of Sistan and Baluchistan University – Last status: unknown – Source: HalVash
67 – Mohammad Saleh Homayouni – Date of arrest: 26 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Beheshti University – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
68 – Mohammad Sadegh Akhundi – Date of arrest: 28 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Faculty of Dentistry, Tehran University of Medical Sciences – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
69 – Ali Rouzi – Date of arrest: 3 October 2022 – Place of arrest: Kermanshah – University: Razi University of Kermanshah – Last status: unknown – Source: Kurdpa
70 – Sadra Salim Jo – Date of arrest: 19 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Allameh Tabatabaei University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
71 – Ali Muslimi – Date of arrest: 19 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Science and Industry – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
72 – Mohammad Reza Movahed – Date of arrest: 22 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tabriz – University: Unknown – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
73 – Zahrayas Amini – Date of arrest: 28 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Allameh Tabatabaei University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
74 – Setayesh Daman Afshan – Date of arrest: 22 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Beheshti University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
75 – Morteza Ghanbari – Date of arrest: 28 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Allameh Tabatabaei University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
76 – Rahi Lorki Nejad – Date of arrest: 25 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Science and Industry – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
77 – Arad Rostamzad – Date of arrest: 28 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Khwaja Nasir University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
78 – Adele Shibani – Date of arrest: 25 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Gilan University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
79 – Hossein Kaveh – Date of arrest: 18 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Gorgan – University: Gorgan University of Medical Sciences – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
80 – Mohammad Hossein Shaani – Date of arrest: 28 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Allameh Tabatabaei University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
81 – Reza Kianipour – Date of arrest: 29 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
82 – Helia Karimnejad – Date of arrest: 29 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: kharazmi University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
83 – Fatima Rashidi Abarghani – Date of arrest: 29 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: AlZahra University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
84 – Mohammad Reza Masoudi – Date of arrest: 29 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
85 – Parviz Jangal – Date of arrest: 29 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
86 – Mohammad Hossein Shahabi Majd – Date of arrest: 29 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
87 – Bavan Lotfi – Date of arrest: 29 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Mahabad – University: Urmia University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
88 – Ali Daie Naseri – Date of arrest: 25 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
89 – Ali Shurouzi – Date of arrest: 29 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
90 – Maeda Amirsiyafi – Date of arrest: 29 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
91 – Sarah Naderi – Date of arrest: 29 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
92 – Hasan Mohammad Panah – Date of arrest: 29 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Garmsar Ivanki University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
93 – Ali Mohammad Dost Hosseini – Date of arrest: 28 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Yazd – University: Yazd Sadougi University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
94 – Ali Hedayati Vardi – Date of arrest: 29 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
95 – Salar Jahdkaran – Date of arrest: 29 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Gorgan – University: Golestan University of Gorgan – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
96 – Ali Latifi – Date of arrest: 29 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Arak – University: Unknown – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
97 – Seyed Ali Hashemian – Date of arrest: 2 October 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Allameh Tababaei University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
98 – Ali Mansouri – Date of arrest: 2 October 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
99 – Sepideh Nawabi – Date of arrest: 2 October 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: kharazmi University – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
100 – Shakiba Hooshyar – Date of arrest: 29 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Kermanshah – University: Razi University of Kermanshah – Last status: unknown – Source: HRANA
101 – Parham Davodi – Date of arrest: 2 October 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
102 – Mohammadreza Rajabi – Date of arrest: 2 October 2022 – Place of arrest: Rasht – University: Rasht Azad University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
103 – Shahriar Morabi – Date of arrest: 2 October 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Beheshti University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
104 – Mehrab Kamali – Date of arrest: 2 October 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Beheshti University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
105 – Seyed Kian Sadrayi – Date of arrest: 29 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: kharazmi University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
106 – Sirvan Soleimani – Date of arrest: 2 October 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: kharazmi University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
107 – Massoud Niazi – Date of arrest: 2 October 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: kharazmi University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
108 – Armin Jalali Roshan – Date of arrest: 2 October 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Amirkabir University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
109 – Melika Kharagozlu – Date of arrest: 29 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Allameh Tabatabaei University – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
110 – Behnam Heydari – Date of arrest: 29 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Tehran – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
111 – Mohammad Javad Khajawi – Date of arrest: 18 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Pars University of Architecture and Art – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
112 – Kausar Kausarnia – Date of arrest: 29 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Orumieh – University: Urmia University – Last status: unknown – Source: Social Media
113 – Mahdi Velayati – Date of arrest: 3 October 2022 – Place of arrest: Babol – University: Babol Noshirvani University of Technology – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
114 – Mirshahin Fatemi – Date of arrest: 3 October 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Science and Culture – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
115 – Hamed Khalili – Date of arrest: 26 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Qazvin – University: Qazvin International University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
116 – Ali Taheri – Date of arrest: 29 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Tehran University of Art – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
117 – Javad Azad – Date of arrest: 26 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Allameh Tabatabai University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
118 – Adel Mansouri – Date of arrest: 26 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Allameh Tabatabai University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
119 – Sajjad Jeyriyayi – Date of arrest: 3 October 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: University of Judicial Sciences – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
120 – Ali Jalilian – Date of arrest: 4 October 2022 – Place of arrest: Mashhad – University: Mashhad Ferdowsi University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
121 – Safar Basami – Date of arrest: 4 October 2022 – Place of arrest: Mashhad – University: Mashhad Ferdowsi University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
122 – Mohammad Amin Mousavi – Date of arrest: 4 October 2022 – Place of arrest: Mashhad – University: Mashhad Ferdowsi University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
123 – Mehrab Mehri – Date of arrest: 29 September 2022 – Place of arrest: Tehran – University: Beheshti University – Last status: unknown – Source: Union councils of country students

List number three – mass detentions without specifications

1 – Location: Tehran – Number of arrests: 15 people – Date: 17-Sep-22 – Last status: Unknown – Source: Eyewitness reports to HRANA
2 – Location: Tehran – Number of arrests: Unknown – Date: 19-Sep-22 – Last status: Unknown – Source: Fars news
3 – Location: Saghez – Number of arrests: 19 people – Date: 19-Sep-22 – Last status: Unknown – Source: Eyewitness reports to HRANA
4 – Location: Rasht – Number of arrests: 22 people – Date: 19-Sep-22 – Last status: Unknown – Source: Deputy police chief of Gilan
5 – Location: Yasuj – Number of arrests: 10 people – Date: 20-Sep-22 – Last status: Unknown – Source: Eyewitness reports to HRANA
6 – Location: Qom – Number of arrests: 20 people – Date: 20-Sep-22 – Last status: Unknown – Source: Fars news
7 – Location: Shiraz – Number of arrests: 15 people – Date: 20-Sep-22 – Last status: Unknown – Source: Governor of Shiraz
8 – Location: Gharchak – Number of arrests: 1 person – Date: 20-Sep-22 – Last status: Unknown – Source: Governor of Qarchak County
9 – Location: Mashhad – Number of arrests: Groups of 50 people – Date: 20-Sep-22 – Last status: Unknown – Source: Governor of Mashhad
10 – Location: Mallard – Number of arrests: Unknown – Date: The first four days of protests – Last status: Unknown – Source: Fars news
11 – Location: Tehran – Number of arrests: Unknown – Date: 20-Sep-22 – Last status: Unknown – Source: Tasnim News Agency
12 – Location: Robat Karim – Number of arrests: 7 people – Date: 21-Sep-22 – Last status: Unknown – Source: IRGC Intelligent / Iran Watch website
13 – Location: Amol – Number of arrests: 50 people – Date: 21-Sep-22 – Last status: Transferred to the Amol prison – Source: Eyewitness reports to HRANA
14 – Location: Mashhad – Number of arrests: 300 people – Date: The first three days of protests – Last status: Unknown – Source: Eyewitness reports to HRANA
15 – Location: Gharchak – Number of arrests: 100 people – Date: 22-Sep-22 – Last status: Unknown – Source: Eyewitness reports to HRANA
16 – Location: unknown – Number of arrests: 80 female – Date: 21-Sep-22 – Last status: Transferred to the women’s ward of Qarchak prison – Source: Eyewitness reports to HRANA
17 – Location: Malayer – Number of arrests: 69 people – Date: 22-Sep-22 – Last status: Unknown – Source: The governor of Malair/ Hadeseh News
18 – Location: Gilan – Number of arrests: 211 people – Date: 22-Sep-22 – Last status: Unknown – Source: Deputy police chief of Gilan / Farraro
19 – Location: Ghouchan – Number of arrests: 150 people – Date: 23-Sep-22 – Last status: Unknown – Source: Eyewitness reports to HRANA
20 – Location: Zahedan province – Number of arrests: 35 people – Date: 22-Sep-22 – Last status: 14 of them were released, and the rest are unknown – Source: Halvash
21 – Location: East Azerbaijan border – Number of arrests: 2 people – Date: Unknown – Last status: Unknown – Source: Governor of East Azerbaijan
22 – Location: Zahedan – Number of arrests: dozens of people – Date: 22-Sep-22 – Last status: Unknown – Source: Rasank
23 – Location: Pakdasht – Number of arrests: Unknown – Date: 22-Sep-22 – Last status: Unknown – Source: Rokna
24 – Location: Tehran – Number of arrests: About 30 people – Date: 22-Sep-22 – Last status: Unknown – Source: Union councils of country students
25 – Location: Toysarkan – Number of arrests: 8 people – Date: Unknown – Last status: Unknown – Source: IRNA news agency
26 – Location: Kurdistan province – Number of arrests: Unknown – Date: Unknown – Last status: Unknown – Source: Rukna news agency
27 – Location: Khuzestan province – Number of arrests: 17 foreign citizens – Date: 23-Sep-22 – Last status: Unknown – Source: Public Relations of Imam Sadiq (AS) Bushehr Operation Brigade
28 – Location: Gilan – Number of arrests: 739 people, including 60 women – Date: 20-Sep-22 to 23-Sep-22 – Last status: Unknown – Source: Gen. Azizullah Maleki, Gilan Police Commander / Tabnak
29 – Location: Sari – Number of arrests: 450 people – Date: 17-Sep-22 to 24-Sep-22 – Last status: Unknown – Source: Sari Prosecutor / Rokna
30 – Location: Ardebil province – Number of arrests: Unknown – Date: 24-Sep-22 – Last status: Unknown – Source: Prosecutor of Ardabil Central Province
31 – Location: Amol – Number of arrests: 7 people – Date: 21-Sep-22 – Last status: Unknown – Source: HRANA
32 – Location: Tehran (Evin Prison) – Number of arrests: 64 people – Date: Unknown – Last status: Unknown – Source: HRANA
33 – Location: Qom – Number of arrests: 6 people – Date: 17-Sep-22 to 25-Sep-22 – Last status: Unknown – Source: MIOS of Qom Province
34 – Location: Behbahan – Number of arrests: 2 women – Date: 22-Sep-22 – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
35 – Location: Behbahan – Number of arrests: 40 men – Date: 22-Sep-22 – Last status: released – Source: HRANA
36 – Location: Semnan – Number of arrests: 129 men and 26 women – Date: 17-Sep-22 to 6-Oct-2022 – Last status: Unknown – Source: HRANA
37 – Location: Gonbad-e Qabus – Number of arrests: 180 people – Date: Unknown – Last status: Unknown – Source: HRANA
38 – Location: Ilam Province – Number of arrests: 180 people – Date: Unknown – Last status: Unknown – Source: Governor of Ilam
39 – Location: North Khorasan province – Number of arrests: 8 people – Date: Unknown – Last status: Unknown – Source: North Khorasan IRGC Intelligence
40 – Location: Gilan – Number of arrests: 12 people – Date: Unknown – Last status: Unknown – Source: Gilan IRGC Intelligence
41 – Location: Behbahan – Number of arrests: 4 people – Date: Unknown – Last status: Unknown – Source: HRANA
42 – Location: Lorestan province – Number of arrests: 120 people – Date: Unknown – Last status: Unknown – Source: Chief Justice of Lorestan
43 – Location: Qom – Number of arrests: 50 people – Date: Unknown – Last status: Unknown – Source: Social Media
44 – Location: Zahedan – Number of arrests: 8 people – Date: 30-Sep-22 – Last status: Unknown – Source: Basij news agency
45 – Location: Kurdistan – Number of arrests: 100 people – Date: Unknown – Last status: released – Source: Irna
46 – Location: Tehran – Number of arrests: 9 people – Date: Unknown – Last status: released – Source: Irna
47 – Location: Gilan – Number of arrests: 6 people – Date: Unknown – Last status: Unknown – Source: Irna
48 – Location: Tehran – Number of arrests: Unknown – Date: 1-Oct-22 – Last status: released – Source: ISNA
49 – Location: Lorestan – Number of arrests: 12 people – Date: 1-Oct-22 – Last status: released – Source: Entekhab
50 – Location: Tehran Province (Gharchak Varamin Prison) – Number of arrests: 26 people – Date: 2-Oct-22 – Last status: Unknown – Source: HRANA
51 – Location: Tehran – Number of arrests: 30 people – Date: 2-Oct-22 – Last status: released – Source: Irna
52 – Location: Kurdistan – Number of arrests: 150 people – Date: Unknown – Last status: released – Source: Mehr
53 – Location: Gilan – Number of arrests: Unknown – Date: Unknown – Last status: Unknown – Source: Basij news agency
54 – Location: Tehran – Number of arrests: 620 people – Date: Unknown – Last status: released – Source: Irna
55 – Location: Tehran – Number of arrests: 400 people – Date: Unknown – Last status: released – Source: Mehr
56 – Location: Golestan – Number of arrests: 4 groups (Unknown number) – Date: Unknown – Last status: Unknown – Source: Mehr
57 – Location: Hamedan province – Number of arrests: 700 people – Date: Unknown – Last status: Unknown – Source: Mazaher Majidi, Commander of Ansar al-Hussein Corps of Hamedan Province / ISNA

Reactions

Following the arrest and death of Mahsa (Jhina) Amini and then the beginning and continuation of protests, some Iranian and international political figures and activists, artists and public figures did not remain silent. The following is a brief mention of these supports.

Non-governmental Political Figures in Iran

Masoumeh Ebtekar, former President Hassan Rouhani’s vice president for women and family affairs, called the surveillance video attributed to Mahsa Amini in the Vozara Detention Centre released by the police as truncated and said that this video has raised more questions. Sayyid Mohammad Khatami, the fifth president of the Islamic Republic of Iran, called the death of Mehsa Amini an “unfortunate tragedy.”
Many Iranian political figures living inside the country, such as Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Ali Motahari, Ahmad Montazeri, Zahra Rahnavard, Abdollah Ramezanzadeh, Mahmoud Sadeghi, Mohammad Reza Aref, Fatemeh Hashemi Rafsanjani, Azar Mansouri, Jalal Mirzaei, Ali Shakuri Rad, Ayatollah Mostafa Mohaghegh Damad, Abbas Abdi, Abolfazl Qadiani, Hamid Rasaei and other figures like Jafar Kosha, (president of Iranian Bar Association), Farshid Gurbanpour (journalist), Abdul Samad Khorramshahi (lawyer), Nasrin Sotoudeh (lawyer) and Maulvi Abdul Ghaffar Naqshbandi (a figure for Sunni people in Iran in Iran and the Imam of Friday prays at Rask Mosque) reacted to the mentioned events in the country through publishing a message. Grand Ayatollah Asadollah Bayat-Zanjani, a senior cleric, also vocally criticized the “morality police” (Ghashte-e-Ershad) and described it as illegal, illegitimate and irrational, as well as against religion.
Furthermore, several professors at the Sharif University of Technology went on strike in response to the arrest of students. Shahram Khazaei, Sohrab Rahwar, Ali Ghazizadeh, Mehrzadpour Mohammad Namvar, Alireza Moazezi Tehrani, Siros Askari, Alireza Bahreini, Zahra Kaveh Vash and Ali Sharifi Zarchi are nine of the professors of Sharif University of Technology who, while emphasizing that “until the release of students Detainees will not hold classes,” went on strike.
Dara Moazzami (professor of Technical faculty of Tehran University), Keyvan Sarreshteh, Milad Shajareh, Maham Miqani, Hamidreza Paasvar and Mozhgan Khaleghi (visiting professors of faculty of Performing Arts of Tehran University of Fine Arts Campus), Nasrullah Hekmat (professor of department of Philosophy at Shahid Beheshti University), Negar Zilabi (professor of faculty of Theology at Shahid Beheshti University), Majid Rajabi (professor of the faculty of Mechanics, University of Science and Technology), Morteza Sediq (Professor of the faculty of Architecture, University of Science and Technology), Maryam Kashkulinia (professor of the Visual Arts, faculty of the College of Fine Arts), Pedram Mohammadi (professor of University of Performing Arts), Alireza Mostaghni (head of the faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Arts), Alireza Heydari (member of the faculty of department of Pediatric Dentistry, Tehran University of Medical Sciences), Azin Movahed (member of faculty of Fine Arts, Tehran University) and a group of professors of Tehran University’s music department also announced their strike. Lili Galehdaran, a member of the academic staff of the Dramatic Literature Department of the Shiraz University of Arts, while supporting the nationwide protests, also resigned from her position in protest against the death of Mehsa Amini.
In addition, Mohammad Javad Azari Jahormi, the former intelligence officer who served as the Minister of Information and Communications Technology in the administration of President Hassan Rouhani, reacted to the limitations of the Internet and social media filters by publishing a message on his Telegram channel and wrote: “This way of interacting with cyberspace is definitely wrong. Once burned, twice shy.”
More so, some Iranian and non-Iranian political prisoners and civil activists reacted to the recent events by sending messages and letters from prison. Salimollah Hossein Bar (a political prisoner in Saravan Prison), Leila Hosseinnzadeh (a student activist in the Adil Abad Prison in Shiraz), Hamid Haj Jafar Kashani, Payam Shakiba, Saeed Eqbali and Ali Mousanezhad Farkoush (political prisoners in Rajaei Shahr Prison in Karaj), Sepideh Qolian (political prisoner in Evin Prison), Soheil Yadollahi (political prisoner in Bojnord Prison), Narges Mohammadi, Aliyeh Motallebzadeh, Hasti Amiri, Zhila Makoundi, Sepideh Kashani, Maliheh Jafari, Elnaz Eslami, Mahnaz Tarrah, Nazanin Mohammadnezhad, Raha Asgarizadeh and Golareh Abbasi (political prisoners in Evin Prison) announced their support to the recent protests in Iran by publishing separate messages. Monireh Arabshahi, Yasaman Ariani, Sakineh Parvaneh, Arsham Rezaei, Yashar Tabrizi, Zartosht Ahmadi Ragheb, Seyyed Afkham Ebrahimi, Siros Gharche, Sadegh Omidi, Moein Hajizadeh, Mohammad Khani and Mohammad Irannezhad, also reacted to this event by signing either a joint statement or going on a limited hunger strike.

Domestic Political or Civil Groups

Independent labour and teachers unions such as The Coordinating Council of Iranian Teachers’ trade Associations, Teachers’ unions of Tehran, Khuzestan, Bushehr, Fars, Eslamabad-e-Gharb and Kurdistan, The Syndicate of Workers of Tehran and Suburbs Bus Company (SWTSBC), The Free Union of Iranian Workers (FUIW), and Union of Scientific Societies of Social Sciences of the country condemned the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini by publishing separate statements.
Consultative Assembly of Yarasan Civil Activists, Iranian Retired Council, National Union of Iranian Retired, Tehran Independent Retired Group, House of Cinema and Reform Front also issued separate statements. They all condemned the incident, calling for the disbandment of the morality police and the trial of the commanders and perpetrators of Mahsa Amini’s death.
Furthermore, the Islamic associations of students of Tehran University and Tehran Medical Sciences issued a statement protesting the performance of university security staff in suppressing students. And a group of gender equality and LGBTQI+ activists in Iran reacted to the recent events in Iran by publishing a statement.
As a symbolic act, a weekly magazine in Kermanshah called Sedaye Azadi (Voice of Freedom) also printed its front page in white in protest against what happened to Mahsa Amini.
In the meantime, startups such as Digikala, Snapp!, Flightio, Divar and TAPSI publicly announced their sympathy for the recent events by releasing separate messages.
On the other hand, on Monday, September 26, the Dentistry students at Tabriz University went on strike in protest against the widespread arrest of students. A group of students from “Shaheed Chamran” University in Ahvaz, Bu-Ali Sina University in Hamedan, Sooreh University in Tehran, University of Arts and Pars Architecture in Tehran, K. N. Toosi University of Technology, Allameh Tabataba’i University in Tehran, Tehran National University, Kharazmi University in Tehran, Tabriz National University, the Amirkabir University of Technology in Tehran, University of Science and Culture in Tehran, “Shahid Beheshti” University in Tehran, Tarbiat Modares University in Tehran, Qazvin International University, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Gilan University, Alzahra University in Tehran and the University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences in Tehran by publishing statements protesting the suppression of protests and arresting students and refused to attend classes.
On the same day, the organizing council of oil contract workers’ protests issued a statement in protest against “the killing of people and the repression and harassment of women because of the hijab and the death of Mahsa Amini at the hands of Morality Police.” The organization warned the government and stated that “protesting is the inalienable right of us workers and we are the people, and we are protesting against the oppression and repression that has been inflicted on us for more than forty years. We are no longer willing to continue tolerating this slavery and injustice.”
A group of professors at the Ferdowsi University of Mashhad also issued a statement calling for an end to any violence.
In addition, by publishing a statement, the Scientific Association of Political Sciences of Tabriz University announced that it will refrain from conducting any scientific activities and hold any educational classes until further notice. The association highlighted that such activities would give students hope that science is alive in this system and make them believe the lie and untruth.
More than 300 Christian-Iranian citizens inside the country also published a statement and announced their solidarity with the nationwide protests, condemning and announcing the suppression of protesting people by the Islamic Republic.
In response to the filtering and restrictions imposed on the Internet in Iran in the last few days, the Tehran E-Commerce Association has issued a statement criticizing these conditions and announced: “The interruption of access to Instagram in Iran has negatively affected more than 400,000 businesses, and the livelihood of more than one million people has faced serious problems.

Human Rights Organizations and Figures

International human rights organizations reacted to Mahsa Amini’s death. In this regard, we can refer to the statement of Amnesty International, which described Mahsa Amini’s death as a suspicious death and that “all agents and responsible officials” in this case should be brought to justice.
Human Rights Activists (in Iran), accompanied by 161 international and regional human rights organizations and women’s rights defenders, announced their solidarity with the protesters in Iran by publishing a statement. Before that, Human Rights Activists (in Iran) and 12 other human rights organizations issued another statement calling for the international community’s intervention to counter the oppression of women and protesters by the Iranian government. Also, Human Rights Activists (in Iran) with 19 human rights organizations, in a letter addressed to the President of the United States, Joe Biden, asked him to fulfill his promise to confront authoritarian and repression in Iran.
Furthermore, the Association for the Protection of Children’s Rights issued a statement calling for an immediate end to any violence against children and declared its readiness to negotiate with the judicial authorities for the release of the arrested children.
On the other hand, Javaid Rehman, Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Iran, condemned the compulsory hijab law in Iran “in the strongest tone.” Prior to that, Mr. Rehman considered the compulsory hijab as a sign of widespread violation of human rights in Iran and demanded the adoption of resolutions by the United Nations Human Rights Council condemning the mandatory hijab in Iran. Reporters without Borders also published an article stating that the country’s authorities have prevented the news coverage of widespread protests following Mahsa Amini’s death.
In addition, acting UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Nada Al-Nashif expressed alarm at the death in custody of Mahsa Amini and the violent response by security forces to ensuing protests. And, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called for an impartial and effective investigation of the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini. “We are increasingly concerned about reports of rising fatalities, including women and children, related to the protests,” his spokesman Stephane Dujarric said in a statement.

Governments, Politicians, and Foreign Institutions

The US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Robert Malley, Special Representative of the US Department of State, Jake Sullivan, US National Security Adviser, 21 US Congress Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, speaker of the United States House of Representatives, and French Ministry of Foreign Affairs also separately condemned the mandatory hijab laws in Iran. They demanded that the Iranian government allow the protesters to hold peaceful protests.
The European Union also said that the injuries inflicted on Mahsa Amini in police custody are unacceptable, and the perpetrators of this murder must be held accountable.
Canada’s Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, and Masud Gharahkhani, President of the Storting in Norway separately reacted to the suppression of popular protests in Iran.
Senator Adam Schiff, former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Republican member of the US House of Representatives Michael McCaul spoke about oppression against women and injustice towards protesters.
Annalena Baerbock, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Germany, also described the attack on brave Iranian women as an attack on humanity and called for recognition of women’s rights in Iran. And Mélanie Joly, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Canada, stated: “Canada is gravely concerned by potential further crackdowns and the use of additional force against civilians. We call on Iran to stop escalating tensions and to refrain from committing further acts of violence against its own population”. “We salute the courage of the Iranian women who are peacefully protesting and we join them in sending the regime a very clear message: they must end all forms of persecution and violence against women,” she added.
British Foreign Minister James Cleverly and Gabriel Boric, President of Chile, called for respect for people’s protests and to end oppression against women.
Anonymous, a well-known hacktivist group, also came to the aid of Iranian protesters by organizing online to orchestrate cyber-attacks on Iranian officials and institutions and stated: “we will not keep the Iranian government alive on the internet.”
In addition, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, who is the United States ambassador to the United Nations under President Joe Biden, while announcing her support for the courage of Iranian women in the nationwide protests, wrote in her Twitter account: To the women in Iran standing up for basic freedoms: we stand in solidarity with you. Your bravery is an inspiration to people all over the world”.
Moreover, the government of Canada announced that it would sanction institutions and people responsible for violence against women in Iran, including the “Morality Police,” which played a role in the death of Mahsa Amini. On the tenth day of the nationwide protests in Iran, Annalena Baerbock, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Germany, called for the imposition of sanctions against the authorities of the Islamic Republic for suppressing the protests.
In this regard, the French newspaper, Libération, devoted its first page to the protests of the Iranian people. In addition, the British newspaper The Times published a cartoon and wrote: This is the biggest demonstration against the hijab in modern history.
By publishing a statement, the European Council called on the government of the Islamic Republic of Iran to immediately stop the “violent” suppression of the ongoing protests in the country and to guarantee citizens’ access to the Internet and the free flow of information.
On the other hand, Hundreds of women in the Kurdish city of Qamishli in Northeast Syria demonstrated in solidarity with Iranian women to condemn the death of Mahsa Amini who was an Iranian Kurdish woman.
Ravina Shamdasani, Spokesperson for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, also expressed concern about the suppression of protests by the security apparatus of the Islamic Republic and the restrictions imposed on the use of communication lines, the Internet and social networks in Iran and stated: “we are extremely concerned by comments by some leaders vilifying protesters, and by the apparent unnecessary and disproportionate use of force against protesters. Firearms must never be used simply to disperse an assembly”.
Ahmad Massoud, an Afghan politician, said in response to nationwide protests in Iran, “everything that happens in Iran, more difficult of it happens Afghanistan; however, both of them are a common pain in which they defend for their rights.”
Rashid Farivar, an Iranian-born Swedish Politician and a Member of the Sweden Parliament, also announced his support for the protests in Iran by publishing a message.
U.S. State Department spokesperson Ned Price said on his Twitter account that “Iranian women should not be subject to arrest, let alone brutal beatings, for how they choose to dress. Iran’s government should listen to those protesting Mahsa Amini’s unconscionable death in police custody, not fire on them”. He also stated that we condemn the violence, the brutality exhibited by Iran’s security forces following Mahsa Amini’s death and that it is incumbent on the international community to speak out.
The Former United States Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, also stated on his Twitter that “After more than 40 years of tyranny, the proud Iranian people are standing up to their government’s abuses. The American people stand with the people of Iran”.
Edi Rama, Prime Minister of Albania, ended diplomatic ties with Iran in a video statement on September 7 and declared, “the Albanian government will consider restoring relations with Iran only when Iran is free.”
In addition, the representative of France condemned the death of Mahsa Amini and the “brutal” suppression of protesters by the security apparatus of the Islamic Republic and said: “The only fault of Mahsa Amini was that she did not wear a headscarf correctly.”
Josh Burns, the head of the Australian Labor Party Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights, also reacted to the events in Iran. In addition, Isabelle Lonvis-Rome, the Minister for Gender Equality, Diversity and Equal Opportunities in the Borne government, and Roland Rescuer, representative of the Minister of Industry of France, participated in the Iranian diaspora protest, which was held in Paris on September 26th in support of Iran’s demonstrations. By publishing a statement that criticized their colleagues in academic environments, dozens of feminist professors from universities around the world demanded to declare their solidarity with the Iranian protesters. They claimed that the protests of the Iranian people are a ‘feminist revolution” whose clear demand is to end a religious regime.”
Moreover, Jim Risch, the Republican Senator in the US stated that the protests indicate Iranians’ desire for a free and peaceful country. He also added that the Biden administration’s blind pursuit of a new nuclear deal will only empower the regime.” Democratic Senator Bob Menendez also said in a message that Iranian protesters should know that we in the United States and all over the world see and praise their courage against the violent, oppressive and misogynistic regime of Iran.
Rick Scott, Chris Van Hollen, Mitt Romney, and Mike Rounds, four American Senators, Giorgia Meloni, a member of the Chamber of Deputies in Italy, and Peter Khalil, a Member of the Australian House of Representatives, are among other foreign political figures who have reacted to the recent events in Iran.
More importantly, Mélanie Joly, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Canada, announced the list of sanctions on 34 Iranian officials and entities about a week after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised measures against the Islamic Republic. The list includes 25 individuals and 9 entities such as Mohammed-Hossein Bagheri, Major General in the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and the Chief of Staff of Iran’s Armed Forces; Major General Hossein Salami, Commander-in-Chief of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC); Esmail Qaani, Commander of the Quds Force of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps; Seyyed Mohammed Saleh Hashemi Golpayegani, Secretary of Iran’s Headquarters for the Office of Enjoining Right and Forbidding Evil; Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps’ (IRGC) Cyber Defense Command; Evin Prison, which houses political prisoners; Iran’s Morality Police, and Mohammad Rostami Cheshmeh Gachi, Head of the Morality Police; Esmail Khatib, Minister of Intelligence and Security and the Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS).
Similarly, the German magazine Der Spiegel reported that six member states of the European Union, including Germany, France, Denmark, Spain, Italy and the Czech Republic, have submitted 16 proposals for new European Union sanctions against Iran for its violent crackdown on protests over women’s rights.
Austria supports “together with our European partners,” Germany, France, Denmark, Italy, Spain and Czechia, the extension of sanctions against those responsible for human rights violations in Iran, the foreign ministry said. “The Federal Government is called upon to work to prevent and combat violence against women, including sexual and gender-based violence, and to address relevant individual cases such as the case of Mahsa Amini, also at the bilateral level,” said the for Foreign Affairs human rights spokesperson in Austria, Ewa Ernst-Dziedzic, on 30 September.
Furthermore, in a statement, the President of the United States, Joe Biden, stated that “for decades, Iran’s regime has denied fundamental freedoms to its people and suppressed the aspirations of successive generations through intimidation, coercion, and violence. The United States stands with Iranian women and all the citizens of Iran who are inspiring the world with their bravery”. He added that “the United States is making it easier for Iranians to access the Internet, including through facilitating greater access to secure, outside platforms and services. The United States is also holding accountable Iranian officials and entities, such as the Morality Police, that are responsible for employing violence to suppress civil society”.
Wendy Ruth Sherman, United States Deputy Secretary of State, shared President Biden’s statement on her Twitter account and added: “the United States remains deeply concerned about the intensifying violent crackdown on peaceful protesters in Iran. We stand with the Iranian people and will continue supporting their right to protest freely”.
Karine Jean-Pierre, White House Press Secretary, also announced the US government’s “concern and disgust” over the suppression of protesting Iranian students after the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini. She told the press that university students in Iran are “rightly enraged” by Mahsa Amini’s death and that the recent crackdowns in the Sharif University are the type of events that prompt young people in Iran to leave the country “and seek dignity and opportunity elsewhere.”
More so, Roberta Metsola, President of the European Parliament, supported the protests of Iranian women and stated that “Women. Life. Liberty.” [aka Woman, Life, Freedom] Three words that have become a rallying cry for all those standing up for equality, dignity and freedom in Iran”.
Last but not least, by releasing a statement, the Swedish Trade Union Confederation declared that we are “deeply concerned by the death of Mahsa Amini after she suffered injuries while in police custody. The Iranian regime must respect and ensure the fundamental rights of Iran’s citizens and that those who are under any form of detention are not subject to violence and mistreatment.”

Iranian Artists

Iranian artists were among the other groups that reacted to the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini. Ahmad Mehranfar, Golshifteh Farahani, Ali Zand Vakili, Babak Jahanbakhsh, Hengameh Ghaziani, Sirvan Khosravi, Ehsan Khajeh Amiri, Shabnam Farshadjou, Haniyeh Tavasoli, Mohammad Taghavi, Reza Kianian, Mehran Ahmadi, Leyli Rashidi, Mehrab Ghasem Khani, Mehdi Yarahi, Tahmineh Milani, Hana Kamkar, Panthea Bahram, Amir Jadidi, Yalda Moayeri, Hamed Behdad, Parastoo Golestani, Taraneh Alidousti, Fatemeh Motamed-Arya, Navid Mohammadzadeh, Fereshteh Hosseini, Maryam Toosi, Abbas Jamshidi Far, Asghar Farhadi, Mohsen Tanabandeh, Parsa Pirouzfar, Amin Hayai, Mehran Modiri, Adel Ferdosipour, Alireza Ghorbani, Alireza Assar, Keyhan Maleki, Elnaz Nowrouzi, Masoud Kimiai, Mona Borzouei, Farzad Farzin, Ashvan, Masih & Arash Ap, Marjan Selahshouri, Mohsen Chavoshi, Keyhan Kalhor, Homayoun Shajarian. Ali Sabouri, Soheil Mostajabian, Shahram Nazeri, Parinaz Izadyar, Borzo Arjmand, Falamak Joneydi, Pegah Ahangarani, Shahab Hosseini, Navid Negahban, Vishka Asayesh, Ali Foroutan, Hedieh Tehrani, Akbar Golpayegani, Marziyeh Sadraei, Pejman Jamshidi, Sahar Dolatshahi, Maryam Palizian, Hamid Farrokhnezhad, Siamak Ansari, Amir Jafari, Baran Kosari, Amir Nowrouzi, Ardavan Kamkar, Mojtaba Pourbakhsh, Aban Askari, Mona Farja, Mani Haghighi, Amir Naderi, Shakib Mossadegh, Kambiz Dirbaz, Elham Pavehnezhad, Zaniar Khosravi, Roham Sobhani, Mahmoud Shahriari, Shahab Jafaranezhad, Hamid Arayesh, Shadmehr Aghili, Jamshid Akrami, Elham Korda, Bahram Beyzaei, Houman Seyedi, Hooten Shakiba, Niusha Zeighami, Pouri Banaei, Behnaz Jafari, Saber Abar, Roya Teymourian, Rakhshan Banietemad, Negar Javaherian, Najmeh Joudaki, Nazanin Bayati, Mahnaz Afshar, Mahsa Malek Marzban, Mehrab Ghasemkhani, Mahtab Keramati, Manizheh Hekmat, Maryam Boubani, Maryam Ebrahimvand, Marjaneh Golchin, Matin Sotoudeh, Gohar Kheyrandish, Golareh Abbasi, Katayoun Riahi, Fatemeh Goudarzi, Ali Oji, Tanaz Tabatabaei, Shila Khodadad, Shohreh Soltani, Shiva Ebrahimi, Shaghayegh Soltani, Shaghayegh Dehghan, Sharareh Dolatabadi, Shabnam Qolikhani, Shabnam Tolouei, Shahrokh Astakhari, Soroush Sehat, Setareh Pesyani, Setareh Eskandari, Sam Derakhshani, Saeid Soheili, Reyhane Parsa, Ronak Younesi, Reza Attaran, Reza Rashidpour, Reza Hosseinzadeh, Rambod Javan, Donya Madani, Hossein Soleymani, Hamed Komeyli, Pezhman Bazeghi, Parviz Parastouei, Parastoo Salehi, Behnoush Tabatabaei, Behnoush Bakhtiari, Bahman Ghobadi, Bahram Afshari, Anahita Hemmati, Anahita Dargahi, Amin Zandegani, Amin Tarokh, Amir Mehdi Zhuleh, Amir Hossein Rostami, Elham Hamidi, Elsa Firoz-azar, Ahmad Irandoost, Ehsan Karami, Ehsan Alikhani, Hasti Mahdavi, Niki Karimi, Negar Forouzandeh. Naemeh Nezamdoust, Nasrin Moghanlou, Milad Keymaram, Mehrdad Sedighian, Mostafa Kiaei, Mehran Nael, Maryam Masoumi, Mohammad Reza Hayati, Mohammad Reza Hedayati, Mohsen Kiaei, Laden Tabatabaei, Golab Adineh, Ghazal Shakeri, Alireza Khamseh, Ali Sarabi, Ali Shadman, Sahra Fathi, Shabnam Moghadami, Shahin Samadpour, Sina Mehrad, Siavash Kheyrabi, Samira Hosseini, Saeid Roustaei, Sepideh Golchin, Zahra Amirebrahimi, Reza Davoudnezhad, Tina Pakravan, Peyman Moadi, Behnam Tashakkor, Bahram Radan, Bahareh Afshari, Barbod Babaei, Armin Rahimian, Atila Pesyani, Aban Asgari, Eman Safa, Omid Jalili, Amir Ghafarmanesh, Elnaz Shakerdoust, Homan Shahi, Naser Zeynali, Mozhgan Shajarian, Shervin Hajipour, Sami Beigi, Payam Dehkordi, Parmis Zand, Vahid Jalilvand, Mina Daris, Babak Karimi, Arjang Amirfazli and Marzieh Meshkini are among these artists.

Iranian Athletes

Among the athletes we can mention Hossein Mahini, Ali Daei, Kamran Ghasempour, Mehdi Mahdavi Kia, Ali Karimi, Zobeir Niknafs, Mohammad Mousavi, Reza Moradkhani, Ahmad Reza Abedzadeh, Sardar Azmoun, Mahsa Sadeghi, Heshmatollah Mohajerani, Sajjad Esteki, Farhad Majidi, Masoud Shojaei, Reza Ghoochannejhad, Mohammad Nejad Mehdi, Mohammad Khodabandehloo, Mansour Bahrami, Mohammad Ali Geraei, Alireza Haghighi, Amin Bodaghi, Peyman Hosseini, Mahmoud Ebrahimzadeh, Mohammad Taghavi, Alireza Beiranvand, Aref Gholami, Fatemeh Yavari, Roya Safavi, Arman Zanganeh, Vahid Sarlak, Shohreh Bayat, Soroush Rafiee, Voria Ghafouri, Maryam Irandoust. Fatemeh Rohani, Mitra Hejazi, Mehrdad Mohammadi, Sarasadat Khademalsharieh, Farzaneh Tavasoli, Amir Arsalan Motahari, Javad Kazemian, Mehrdad Pouladi, Hadi Aghili, Sara Bahmanyar, Sardar Pashaei, Ashkan Dejagah, Ali Samari, Amir Asadollahzadeh, Salar Gholami, Saeid Fazl Ola, Parisa Jahan Fekhrian, Bakhitar Rahmani, Saeid Molaei, Fardin Rabet, Mahsa Kodkhoda, Zahra Kiani, Vahid Qlich, Sajjad Ganjazadeh, Masoud Mozhdehi, Dina Pouryounes, Pazhman Jamshidi, Sadaf Khadem, Saman Abdoli, Mohammad Reza Geraei, Nahid Kiani, Mahdi Khodabakhshi, Matin Moazezi, Jassem Vishgahi, Hamed Kenarivand, Melika Balali, Leila Rajabi, Peyman Rajabi, Mahla Mahroughi, Bahman Tayyebi, Kimia Alizadeh Zonoozi, Pouya Tajik, Hossein Vafaei, Farshad Faraji, Amirhossein Hosseinzadeh, Ali Fadakar, Ehsan Hajsafi, Shoja Khalilzadeh, Mahsa Afsaneh, Aso Javaheri, Fatemeh Madahi, Niloofar Ardalan, Majid Hosseini, Mehdi Taremi, Milad Sarlak, Morteza Pouraliganji, Ramin Rezaian, Ahmad Nourollahi, Fatemeh Asaadi, Omid Ahmadi Safa, Soheila Naderi, Saman Qodous, Hossein Hosseini, Ahmad Nourollahi, Bakhtiar Rahmani, Javad Nekounam, Seyyed Jalal Hosseini, Mohammad Mohebi, Yahya Golmohammadi, Mehdi Ghaedi, Mahan Baghdadi, Siamak Nemati, Shoja Khalilzadeh, Karim Bagheri, Pejman Montazeri, Hamidreza Ali Askari, Sara Delavari, Maryam Tousi, Mojtabi Abedini, Rasul Khadem, Raziyeh Janbaz, Jalal Talebi, Shima Hafezian, Hassan Taftian, and Kave Rezaei that each of them reacted separately to the death of Mahsa Amini and the current events in Iran.

Non-Iranian Popular Figures

Noam Chomsky, the American linguist and philosopher, condemned the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini by publishing a video message. Chomsky stated that: “One Crime, Too Many.” Slavoj Zizek, the Slovenian philosopher, also sent a video message of solidarity to the Iranians protesting Mahsa Amini’s death. He also wrote on his Instagram account that: “we don’t need female figureheads or Woman Kings; we need women who mobilize us all for ‘woman, life, freedom’ and against hate, violence, and fundamentalism.” Canadian poet and writer Margaret Atwood (best known for The Handmaid’s Tale) also stated that “Mahsa Amini’s brutal death may be moment of reckoning for Iran.”
Elif Shafak (Turkish novelist), J. K. Rowling (British author and creator of the popular Harry Potter series), Serkay Tutuncu (Turkish actor), Murat Boz (Turkish singer -songwriter), Damla Sonmez (Turkish actress), Nurgul Yesilcay (Turkish actress), Burak Ozdemir –aka CZN Burak- (popular Turkish chef), Mustafa Sandel (Turkish singer -songwriter), Ebru Gundes (Turkish singer), Gokhan Alkan (Turkish actor), Sezen Aksu (Turkish singer-songwriter), Ibrahim Tatlises (Turkish singer), Kate Beckinsale (English actress), Hailey Bieber (American model), Claudio Marchisio (Italian former football player), Jada Pinkett Smith, (American actress), Irina Shayk (Russian model), Bella Hadid (American model), Halsey (American singer-songwriter), Sharon Stone (American actress), Omar Momani (Jordanian cartoonist), Sonya Amoroso (Australian film producer), Daniella Semaan (Lebanese model), Reece James (English football player), Khaby Lame (Senegalese influencer), Nathaniel Buzolic (Australian actor), Charlize Theron (American actress), Aryana Sayeed (Afghan singer), Roger Waters (English musician), Mahsun Kirmizigul (Turkish singer), Sarah Wayne Callies (American actress), Eric Cantona (French actor, producer, and former professional footballer), Alexander Rybak (Belarusian singer), Justin Bieber (Canadian singer), Roberto Mancini (Manager of the Italian football national team), Eva Mendes (American actress), Jessica Chastain (American actress), Gregory Masouras (popular Greek photographer), Valentina Giacinti (Italian footballer), Lola Astanova (American pianist), Bernice King (American lawyer and Martin Luther King’s daughter), Elie Wiesel (American writer), Marcus Kowal (MMA fighter), Deepak Chopra (Indian-American author) Brian Denis Cox (Scottish actor), Melek Mosso (Turkish musician), Daniel Day-Lewis (English actor), Marcell Jacobs (Italian runner), Kim Kardashian (American influencer), Pinar Deniz (Turkish actress), Abdullah Al-Junaid (Bahraini writer), Walter Zenga (Italian association football manager), Kylie Moore-Gilbert (Australian-British academic), Samantha Kerr (Australian footballer) Dragan Skocic (football manager), Iker Casillas (Spanish footballer), Jake Paul (American boxer), Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting (Cameroonian footballer), Fernando Pimenta (Portuguese sprint canoeist), Shpejtim Arifi (German footballer), Paolo Maldini (Italian footballer), Jessica Silva (Portuguese footballer), Gianluigi Buffon (Italian footballer), Davide Calabria (Italian footballer), Isabella Barker (reporter), Jules Koundé (French footballer), Juan Sebastian Veron (Argentina former football player), Aline Rotter-Focken (German wrestler), Ibrahim Ba (French footballer), Lee Kiefer (American fencer), Torrie Wilson (American wrestler), Pierluigi Casiraghi (Italian football coach), Clarence Seedorf (Dutch association football manager), Kosovare Asllani (Swedish footballer), Selin Toy (Turkish volleyball player), Annika Wendle (German wrestler), Lewis Hamilton (British racing driver- Formula One), Jordan Burroughs (American wrestler), Helen Maroulis (American wrestler), Frank Chamizo (Cuban-Italian wrestler), Jennifer Aniston (American actress), Ricky Martin (Puerto Rican singer-songwriter), Penelope Cruz, (Spanish actress), Fusun Demirel (Turkish actress), Liraz Charhi (Israeli actress), Angelina Jolie (American actress), Jason Momoa (American actor), Rasha Hilwi (Palestinian writer), Juliette Binoche (French actress), Gerardo Seoane (Swedish coach), Gable Steveson (American wrestler), Luciano Spalletti (Italian football manager), Murad Osmann (Russian photographer), Januario (Brazilian footballer), Kylie Jenner (American influencer), Emily Schrader (Israeli activist), Misha Collins (American actor), Riccardo Simonetti (German Influencer), Patrick Bet-David (American Entrepreneur), Ursula Corbero (Spanish actress), Sophie Turner (British actress), Alex Jolig (German singer and actor), Nur Surer (Turkish actress), Ariana Grande (American singer), Farhad Darya (Afghan singer), Bebe Rexha (American singer-songwriter), Chris de Burgh (British-Irish singer-songwriter), Dua Lipa (British singer), Halsey (American singer-songwriter), Yungblud (English singer), Adnan Karim (Iraqi-Kurdish singer), Xero Abbas (Syrian singer), Shanaz Zahir (Iraqi Kurdish singer), Garry Kasparov (Russian chess grandmaster), Swedish House Mafia (Swedish singers), Arian Moayed (American actor), Nick Cave, (Australian singer-songwriter), and a group of political Kurdish female inmates in Ward B 6 of Bakırköy Women’s Prison in Istanbul, Turkey, are among the countless non-Iranian figures who reacted to the events in Iran.

Against protests; Public Figures, Government, and Military organizations

Mehdi Ramezani, the deputy governor of Kurdistan, only reported that “a few people who had thrown stones in front of the governorate of this city” were injured and claimed that “no one has been killed” during the protests in Sanandaj and Saqqez over the past two days. He also confirmed the arrest of several protesters.
Islamic of Republic of Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi also only stated that there is a difference between protests and riots.
Mohammad Sadegh Kooshaki, a fundamentalist activist, said regarding the protests that “they want to promote chaos, they have come to the streets and falsely claim that they are grieving a girl who died young”.
Also, Mohammad Reza Naqdi, the deputy coordinator of the IRGC, said: “the enemy’s media empire has used the death of a woman as an excuse for their propaganda. Mahsa Amini’s death was accidental.”
Hossein Hasanpour, the deputy police chief of Gilan, while calling the protesters rioters, said: “If the protests continue in Rasht city; The police will use other “legal tactics at their disposal”.
Ahmad Khatami, Friday imam of Tehran said: “Those who have eaten the bread of the system have joined the rioters.”
Hossein Rahimi, the head of the Tehran police, defended the performance of the police force and said: “The police have a duty to warn those who do not comply with the necessary regulations.” In this regard, the Army of the Islamic Republic of Iran issued a statement and stated: “We strongly condemn any destruction of public property, disturbance in the security of the people and the country, and any attack on security personnel.” Also, in a statement, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) considered the actions of the country’s police command as the guarantor of the authority and security of the system and the Islamic Republic. The General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran also published a similar statement; “The armed forces will not allow the current security and peace to be compromised.”
Gholam-Hossein Mohseni-Eje’i, the head of the Judiciary, called the protesting citizens rioters and asked the prosecutors all over the country to “accelerate” the processing of the cases of the arrested protesters.
Behzad Rahimi, the representative of Saqqez and Baneh in the Islamic Council called the arrest of protesters a preventive measure. Ruhollah Salgi, the political security deputy of the governor of Mazandaran, announced that 76 police and Basij agents were injured in this province during the protests.
In response to criticism of the human rights situation in Iran and the suppression of protesters, Nasser Kanani, the spokesman of the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said: “Human rights perpetrators do not deserve to comment on human rights.” Earlier, Issa Zarepour, the Minister of Communications, and Information Technology, considered the Internet restrictions to be due to security issues.
Jafar Mohammadi, a member of the board of directors of the Nasr Organization in Tehran, said earlier: “All the start-ups that expressed their condolences on the death of Mahsa Amini in various posts on the social network have been ordered to delete these posts.”
In addition, in a report, Tasnim news agency announced that Mehran Modiri was “banned from leaving the country” and claimed: “He has already left the country.”
A Hamshahri newspaper report wrote on behalf of Gholam-Hossein Mohseni-Eje’i, the head of the Judiciary, addressing the artists and celebrities supporting the demands of the protesting people: “Those who eccoed enemies voice, should know they will have to pay for the material and spiritual damage caused to the people and the country. Those who encouraged and supported [protests] are guilty and their wrongdoings will be dealt with.”
In addition, Lotfollah Siahkali, the representative of Qazvin in the Islamic Council, while confirming the internet shut down in Iran, said: “As long as the streets are busy, we will see disruptions and restrictions of the internet and social networks!”
In a visit to the Greater Tehran Prison, Mohammad Jafar Montazeri, the Attorney General of the country, claimed in regard to the detainees of the nationwide protests: “During this visit, it was emphasized to speed up the handling of the affairs of the detainees and the condition of detention of the detainees is favorable.”
Also, in a report, Mehr News Agency announced that there are public accusations and arrest warrants against a number of former IRIB actors and hosts.
Mohsen Mansouri, the governor of Tehran, also threatened the celebrities who supported the protesting people during the nationwide protests and said: “We will deal with the celebrities who fanned the flames of ‘riots’.”
Ensiyeh Khazali, the vice president for women’s affairs, stated that the principle of hijab and modesty is cultural building, and claimed: “we do not have a physical confrontation with the issue of hijab, and we hope that hijab will return to its path.”
Also, Kurdistan Governor Ismail Zarei Koosha, while calling the popular protests in Kurdistan “riots”, claimed: “in Kurdistan province, less than three percent of the protesters were arrested.”
Hamid Maleki, the deputy director of seminaries (Hozeh), claimed that Mahsa Amini’s death while in custody was a “natural death” and claimed: “they make a “natural death” that occurs all over the world an excuse to hold riots.”
Eisa Zarepour, the Minister of Communications, also said regarding the WhatsApp and Instagram filter: “In the current situation and until an unknown time, the filter of some social networks such as WhatsApp and Instagram will continue to be in place.”
In addition, Hekmat Ali Mozaffari, the head of the Administrative Court of Justice, said in response to the protests against Mahsa Amini’s death: “people should not be deceived by deviant movements, and for this reason, the principles of the regime should not be targeted.”
In a statement, Dezful’s Friday Prayer Imam said that “if his majesty all