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Negin Abdolmaleki

Women, Life, Freedom

Name: Negin Abdolmaleki
Father's Name: Unknown
Mother's Name: Unknown
City of Birth: Qorveh
State of Birth: Kurdistan
Date of Birth: 2002-03-09
City of Death: Hamadan
State of Death: Hamadan
Date of Death: 2022-10-13

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Negin Abdolmaleki, a 21-year-old medical engineering student at the Industrial University of Hamadan and native of Qorveh, Kurdistan, became a tragic symbol of the Iranian government’s violent suppression of the 2021 protests. On October 12, 2021, Negin lost her life due to severe head and skull injuries inflicted by baton strikes from security forces in Hamadan. Her death occurred amidst the nationwide uprising for “Woman, Life, Freedom,” marking her as one of the many young Iranians who paid the ultimate price in the quest for justice and liberty.

Following Negin’s death, security forces and university security personnel swiftly descended upon the student dormitories, threatening students aware of the circumstances of her death. They coerced Negin’s family, summoned from Qorveh to Hamadan, into declaring her death resulted from consuming expired canned fish, a blatant attempt to obscure the truth behind her killing.

The Iranian government’s narrative, as stated by Hasan Khanjani, the prosecutor of Hamadan, and Hasan Rezania, the political and security deputy of the governor of Hamadan, falsely attributed Negin’s death to “alcohol poisoning” in a garden, denying any signs of physical assault on her body. This claim is part of a broader pattern of the regime’s denial and misinformation regarding the deaths of protesters, often attributing them to suicide, pre-existing health conditions, or accidental causes.

Negin Abdolmaleki’s aspirations and dreams were cut short by the brutality she faced for merely demanding basic human rights. Her death under such harrowing circumstances highlights the regime’s fear of the voices of dissent and its ruthless efforts to silence them. Negin’s story is a poignant reminder of the ongoing struggle for freedom and dignity in Iran, underscoring the importance of international awareness and support for the Iranian people’s fight against oppression.

The forced silence imposed on Negin’s fellow students and her family, under threat of further repercussions, illustrates the regime’s desperation to maintain a facade of stability and control. Yet, the memory of Negin and countless others like her continues to inspire a growing movement within Iran and among the global community, calling for accountability, justice, and the upholding of fundamental human rights.

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