On Day 75 of the Iran uprising, the clerical regime killed and tortured more women.
On Day 75 of the Iran uprising on November 29, 2022, detained protesters’ families continued their gathering outside Evin Prison, inquiring about their loved ones and demanding their release.
While truck drivers and workers continued their strikes on Tuesday, November 29, protesters held anti-regime nightly rallies in various Tehran districts, including in Valiasr metro station in downtown Tehran, Chitgar district, Tehranpars, Naziabad, Abdolabad, Yusefabad, Punak district, Sattarkhan, Ekbatan, and Ashrafi Esfahani, as well as in other cities, including Kermanshah, Ardabil, Sanandaj, Arak, Saqqez, Marivan, Qazvin, Sarpol-e Zahab, Zanjan, Mahabad, Javanrud, Gohardasht, Divandarreh, Paveh, Dezful, etc.
More women killed, tortured, and imprisoned
As the protests continue, more women fall victim to the regime’s savagery in dealing with dissidents, rights activists, and protesters.
Female Ahvazi civil rights activist, Atefeh Naami, was kidnapped and killed by security forces. The bruised and tortured body of the 37-year-old Atefeh Naami was found in the early hours of November 26, dropped in the doorway of her residence in Karaj.
Atefeh Naami had been arrested eight days before for participating in peaceful anti-regime protests. She had moved to Karaj to pursue her professional career and continue her education.
Security forces quickly returned her body to Ahvaz but did not allow her family to hold a funeral service. She was buried on November 28 in Beheshtabad Cemetery in the presence of her immediate family.
Negin Radfar, 22, was killed during the protests in Sanandaj on November 19 after being shot twice in the chest.
Aram Majd, 17, was killed during protests in Qaemshahr, northern Iran, on November 21.
Mahak Hashemi, 16, was killed in Shiraz by the blows of batons to her head on November 24.
Neda Bayat was also reportedly killed on November 26 after being detained during protests in Zanjan in the early days of the uprising.
This information has been released recently.
A school principal, Dr. Zahra Lori, has been reported dead in Kerman, southern Iran. Dr. Lori’s students at Rezvani Nejad High School held a sit-in protest last month. However, Dr. Lori erased the CCTV recordings and refused to give the students’ names to agents of the Intelligence Department. They summoned and dismissed her from her job. She died a short time after that.
Three months after her arrest, Rojin (Marzieh) Yusefzadeh was sentenced to 15 years in prison. The 26-year-old from Mahabad was arrested on September 17 for holding a placard bearing Mahsa Amini’s name.
Rojin Yusefzadeh has been transferred to the notorious Qarchak Prison to serve her time.
Maryam Derisi, a master’s student of English literature at the University of Saveh, was sentenced to three years in prison by the Revolutionary Court of Kazerun, Branch 102.
It was also reported today that political prisoner Golrokh Ebrahimi Iraee did not return to her cell after being called this morning, Tuesday, November 29. She has been moved out from Qarchak Prison to an unknown location.