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Younes Salahshouran

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Name: Younes Salahshouran
Father's Name: Mohamad Anvar
Mother's Name: Unknown
City of Birth: Khash
State of Birth: Sistan and Baluchestan
Date of Birth: 1999-12-26
City of Death: Khash
State of Death: Sistan and Baluchestan
Date of Death: 2022-11-04

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Younes Mirbalouchezhi was one of the victims tragically killed on November 4, 2022, during what has become known as “Bloody Friday” in Khash, a part of the wider unrest in Sistan and Baluchistan province, Iran. This event was marked by a brutal crackdown by Iranian security forces on largely peaceful protesters, bystanders, and worshippers after Friday prayers, resulting in at least 18 fatalities, including children, and injuring scores of others. This violent suppression highlighted the particularly vicious response by the security forces against the protests, which were part of the nationwide demonstrations ignited by the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini while in police custody​​​​.

Amnesty International called for urgent international action to halt the mass killings of Baluchi protesters, emphasizing the lethal force unlawfully used by security forces against civilians. The organization’s report sheds light on the severity of the crackdown and the need for accountability for the human rights violations committed during these events​​.

Iran Human Rights (IHR) reported that, as part of the ongoing nationwide protests, at least 304 people, including 41 children and 24 women, had been killed by November 5, 2022. The “Bloody Friday” in Khash was particularly deadly, with security forces killing at least 16 people with live bullets. IHR emphasized the determination of Iranians to continue their protests despite the violent repression and called on the international community to support the Iranian people’s right to self-determination and to take immediate action to end the state violence​​.

The tragic death of Younes Mirbalouchezhi, along with the others, underscores the critical human rights crisis in Iran, where the use of deadly force against protesters has drawn international condemnation and highlighted the urgent need for reforms to protect the rights and lives of its citizens.

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