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Iranian opposition NCRI lists names of 60 protesters injured in November 2019 uprising

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iran protests 2019

Reporting by PMOI/MEK

Iran, June 13, 2020—The Security and Anti-Terrorism Commission of the National Council or Resistance of Iran (NCRI), a coalition of opposition groups seeking democratic regime change in Iran, has obtained and published names, descriptions and transfer documents of 60 individuals injured during the November 2019 nationwide uprising. These individuals were transferred to hospitals in Tehran, according to the obtained documents.

Among the 60 injured protesters transferred to various hospitals, there are six female protesters, two of whom were injured by pellet gunfire used by the regime’s forces. Five young men were registered as “unidentified,” possibly due to the severity of their injuries.

This new revelation sheds more light into the horrific massacre and crackdown launched by the mullahs’ regime and their forces in response to the Iranian people’s uprising. While sparked by a gas price hike imposed by the mullahs’ regime, the protests quickly evolved into an all-out uprising aimed at overthrow the ruling dictatorship. At least 1,500 men, women and children were killed by the regime’s forces who resorted to opening direct fire on protesters, killing many even at point-blank range. Over 8,000 protesters were injured and at least 12,000 were apprehended by the regime’s security forces.

The documents, translated below, can be accessed here.

Document No. 1 — National Emergency Organization, Tehran Province, Tehran Emergency

Date: November 16, 2019 – Ambulance Code: 3235

Name: Soghra Shirazian, 60

Address of incident: Protests, District 19, Khani-abad, Latifi St., Abureyhan St., facing Ansar Bank, transferred to Zia’ian Medical Center, 8:04 am

 

Document No. 2 — National Emergency Organization, Tehran Province, Tehran Emergency

Date: November 17, 2019 – Ambulance Code: 9073

Name: Maryam Hatmi Tehrani, 18

Address of incident: Protests, Eslamshahr, Ghaemiye area – 45th alley, transferred to the Imam Reza Medical Center of Eslamshahr (Saiedieh), 5:07 am

Descriptions: 18-year old woman suffering pellet gun wounds to her head and left thigh. Initial checks conducted. Transferred to hospital while under medical care and oxygen therapy.

 

Document No. 3 — National Emergency Organization, Tehran Province, Tehran Emergency

Date: November 17, 2019 – Ambulance Code: 9073

Name: Shahla Khedmati, 39

Address of incident: Protests, Eslamshahr, Ghaemiye area – 45th alley, transferred to the Imam Reza Medical Center of Eslamshahr (Saiedieh)

Signs: Bleeding

Descriptions: 38-year old woman suffering pellet gun wounds to her left arm and bleeding from the injury. The wound was dressed, and bleeding brought under control. Transferred to hospital while under medical care and oxygen therapy.

 

Document No. 4 — National Emergency Organization, Tehran Province, Tehran Emergency

Date: November 17, 2019 – Ambulance Code: 3244

Name: Tahere Fat’hi, 29

Address of incident: Protests, District 18, Persian Gulf, Sina district, Gholaminezhad alley, transferred to the Fayaz Bakh medical center, 5:07 am

Signs: Weakness and fatigue, bleeding

Descriptions: 29-year old woman suffering bullet wounds to her head, arm and side. Initial checks and treatment provided, transferred to a hospital after preliminary measures. The hospital was very crowded, and it took a long time to transfer the patient inside.

 

Document No. 5 — National Emergency Organization, Tehran Province, Tehran Emergency

Date: November 17, 2019 – Ambulance Code: 6002

Name: Faezeh Keshavarzi Karaji, 23

Address of incident: Protests, Vahn Abad Rd, Robat Karim entrance, under the bridge leading to the highway, transferred to the Firouzgar Medical Center, 9:26 pm

Signs: Weakness and fatigue, bleeding, violence, ruptures

 

Document No. 6 — National Emergency Organization, Tehran Province, Tehran Emergency

Date: November 17, 2019 – Ambulance Code: 6063

Name: Pari Hazeghi

Address of incident: Protests, Shohadaye Hafte Teer metro station, transferred to the Firouzgar Medical Center, 7:36 pm

Descriptions: A woman without any previous illnesses, commuting with her family, suffered abdominal pains due to police use of pepper spray.