People flock to streets after execution of young protester in Iran

People flocked to the streets of many cities across Iran and Rojhilat after the Iranian authorities executed a young protester.

News Center - People have been holding protests in Iran and Rojhilat since 22-year-old Kurdish woman Jina Mahsa Amini was killed by Iranian so-called morality police. People from all strata, particularly women, university students and activists, have taken to the streets to protest the Iranian regime for about three months.

Yesterday, the Iranian authorities executed a young protester named Mohsen Shekari. After the execution of the young protesters, people flocked to the streets in many cities and provinces of Iran and Rojhilat such as Sistan and Baluchestan, Tehran, Mashhad, Isfahan, Shiraz, Ahvaz, Kerman, Mazandaran Province, Rasht, Tabriz, Sari, Qom and many more, to protest the execution.

Protests in Eastern Kurdistan

People took to the streets of Sanandaj, Saqez, Divandarreh, Mahabad, Urmia, Kermanshah, Marivan and many cities in Eastern Kurdistan. The protesters set fire to the government buildings by chanting anti-regime slogans. According to the received information, the regime forces attacked the protesters. No information has been received about the casualties.