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Shahou Khezri

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Name: Shahou Khezri
Father's Name: Unknown
Mother's Name: Unknown
City of Birth: Mahabad
State of Birth: West Azerbaijan
Date of Birth: 2001-12-03
City of Death: Mahabad
State of Death: West Azerbaijan
Date of Death: 2022-10-27

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Shahou Khedri, born on December 3, 2001, in Mahabad, was a young entrepreneur who owned a mobile phone shop in the Sardar Passage, a bustling marketplace in his hometown. His life, deeply rooted in the heart of Mahabad, was emblematic of youthful ambition and community engagement. Shahou’s existence intertwined with the rhythms of daily commerce, where he was known not just as a businessman but as a vibrant member of his community.

On October 27, 2022, Shahou’s life was tragically cut short. Amidst the unrest following the funeral of Ismail Mouloudi—a victim of earlier protests—Shahou became one of the casualties of a brutal crackdown by repressive forces. The events of that day saw widespread protests across Mahabad, with Shahou and others taking to the streets in a collective outpouring of grief and dissent. Tragically, it was during these protests that Shahou suffered a fatal wound from a Kalashnikov bullet to the face, a stark testament to the deadly force employed against the demonstrators.

In the aftermath of his death, Shahou’s family faced the daunting challenge of safeguarding his dignity in death. Fearing that his body might be seized by repressive forces, they quickly removed it from the hospital. This act of defiance was a poignant reflection of their determination to honor Shahou’s memory on their own terms. Despite the authorities’ efforts to locate and possibly reclaim Shahou’s body, his family succeeded in laying him to rest in the village of “Shilan Abad,” turning his burial into a symbol of resistance and mourning.

Shahou’s story is a harrowing reminder of the personal tragedies that unfold in times of political turmoil. His aspirations, contributions to his community, and untimely death illustrate the profound human cost of conflict. Shahou Khedri’s legacy, marked by his entrepreneurial spirit and the circumstances of his death, echoes the broader struggle for dignity and justice in the face of oppression.

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