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Artin Rahmani

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Name: Artin Rahmani
Father's Name: Unknown
Mother's Name: Hengameh Chobin
City of Birth: Posht-e Pian
State of Birth: Khuzestan
Date of Birth: Unknown
City of Death: Izeh
State of Death: Khuzestan
Date of Death: 20222-11-16

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Artin Rahmani Piani, a 16-year-old from the village of Pian in Izeh, Iran, became a poignant symbol of the youthful courage and the tragic cost of the protests in Iran. His life, cut short on November 16, 2022 (25th of Aban 1401 in the Iranian calendar), during an attack on the Izeh market by agents of the Islamic Republic, underscores the dire circumstances faced by many young Iranians caught in the tumult of their nation’s political strife.

Artin was not only a student but also worked part-time in a mechanic shop, embodying the determination and resilience of many young Iranians striving for a better future. His dual role as a student and a part-time worker reflects the economic and social challenges faced by many young people in Iran, where opportunities are often limited and the youth are compelled to juggle education with work to support themselves and their families.

The depth of Artin’s despair and his yearning for change were heartbreakingly articulated in a handwritten note addressed to his mother, discovered after his death. In this note, he wrote: “I’m sorry, Mother. I want to take a step in a way that you don’t see my youth.” These words resonate with a profound sense of resignation and sacrifice, highlighting the extreme measures to which young people like Artin felt compelled to resort in their quest for a better life.

Further echoing his sentiments, Artin had previously expressed his disillusionment on his Instagram page, stating, “This land has brought me no benefit, but I will let my head bow for it.” This poignant message captures the complex relationship many Iranian youths have with their homeland—a blend of deep love and profound frustration, a willingness to sacrifice despite feeling let down by the system.

Artin Rahmani Piani’s tragic death in the attack on Izeh market symbolizes the extreme risks and sacrifices that young Iranians are making in the face of state repression. His story is not just a tale of individual tragedy but a reflection of the broader struggle of a generation seeking to assert their rights and reshape their future in a society marked by political upheaval and societal restrictions. Artin’s life and untimely death serve as a powerful reminder of the ongoing challenges and the resilience of the youth in Iran.

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