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Ali Basaki

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Name: Ali Basaki
Father's Name: Unknown
Mother's Name: Unknown
City of Birth: Aligudarz
State of Birth: Lorestan
Date of Birth: 1986-12-19
City of Death: Tehran
State of Death: Tehran
Date of Death: 2022-10-15

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Ali Basaki, born in 1986 from Shahriar with roots in Lur Bakhtiari of Aligudarz, was a vibrant spirit, known for his cheerful demeanor, love for music, and passion for playing the flute. Living in Tehran, Ali worked alongside his father, carrying the hopes and dreams characteristic of the youth in Iran. Unmarried and holding a diploma, Ali led a life filled with simple pleasures until it was abruptly ended by the very forces meant to protect him.

In the aftermath of Mahsa Amini’s death, which ignited nationwide protests calling for justice and freedom, Ali joined his fellow Iranians on the streets on October 24, 2021. His participation, however, marked him for persecution by the suppressive agents of the regime, who abducted him and subjected him to severe torture in Evin Prison. The brutal treatment Ali endured led to his death under torture, a tragic end for a young man who simply demanded the rights denied to him and his countrymen.

The days following Ali’s disappearance were agonizing for his family, left in uncertainty until they received a call from security officials stating Ali had been detained for allegedly leading the protests. Eight days of silence culminated in a notification to identify his body, accompanied by threats to silence them about the circumstances of his death. Ali’s burial on November 3, 2021, in Baghestan under Badamak bridge near an Imamzadeh in Shahriar, was shrouded in secrecy, enforced by a heavy security presence to prevent any news from spreading.

Ali Basaki’s story is a poignant reminder of the cost of courage in the face of tyranny. His fearless nature was evident even in his final acts of defiance against the security forces in Vanak, inspiring those around him and earning their admiration. Now, as one of the many unnamed martyrs of the movement for freedom in Iran, Ali’s legacy calls on us to remember and continue the fight for the liberty he laid down his life for. His story, though silenced by the regime, echoes in the hearts of those who yearn for a free Iran, urging us not to forget him and the countless others like him.

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