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Cheap bargains: Iran buys blood of protesters with a few dollars
آخر تحديث: الثلاثاء 11/02/2020 01:22 م Nora Bandari
Cheap bargains: Iran

The mullahs are still trading with the Iranians, who went out in the November 2019 protests because of the three-fold increase in fuel prices and the increasing number of protesters, which prompted the Iranian security forces to kill them, until the death toll reached more than 1500 protesters, by the Iranian security forces, according to the Iranian opposition. 

Out of fear for international pursuit of the Iranian regime, the regime seeks to buy the silence of the families of the victims, by offering them inducements, among them, by paying blood money for the dead, and by making job offers, and also by saying, “They are martyrs, and they are not protesters, through, it is claimed that they were killed by the demonstrators, not the security forces.”

Cheap bargains: Iran
Cheap bargaining

In the context of this, the Kurdish news website "Rodao" announced on February 3, 2020, that the Iranian security services worked to bargain the families of those killed in the November 2019 protests, by offering them sums as "blood money", estimated at $30,000.

It is the Iranian people who kill the demonstrators, in addition to providing financial incentives to them, such as pensions, while making other offers to the families of the victims, such as paying a share of the amounts of their children in university education, and providing job opportunities, guaranteed in the Iranian government departments, but this is provided that their children are named “martyrs”.

What the Kurdish network revealed came after interviewing the families of those killed in the protests, for example, the report drew a family of a veterinarian, called "Burhan Mansur Niya", who was killed after the security forces opened fire and gas canisters at the demonstrators in the city of Kermanshah.

The Burhan family explained that they were pressured to register the name of the veterinarian as a "martyr", to appear on television, and to announce that he had not participated in the protests, and was killed by the demonstrators, not the security forces.

The family indicated that the Iranian authorities have offered them an amount, estimated at $30,000, for blood money and a salary of $300, in addition to other offers.

Cheap bargains: Iran
Other crimes

The Kurdistan Human Rights Network revealed that the Iranian government authorities are exerting many pressures on families in these cities “Kermanshah, Mariwan, Sanandaj and Guanrod” and the network showed that these cities have a large number of families of victims of the Iranian protests.

 With the continuation of the mullahs’ approach, which is based on violations of the rights of the Iranians, and the Kurdish network’s disclosure of the Iranian regime’s endeavor to trade victims of the November protests, it was not the first.

 From the families of the victims, Iranian security forces "are stealing bodies" from the morgue to hide the true size of government repression and bargaining for their families, as they kidnapped the wounded from hospitals, for that.

Cheap bargains: Iran
Iranian attack

In a previous statement to the Reference, Ahmed Qabal, a researcher specializing in Iranian affairs, at the Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies, explained that the Iranian regime exercises all restrictions on human rights organizations that are trying to document crimes against Iranian opponents, and the Iranian regime's apparatus is working to suppress and abuse in all shades Iranian uprising society.

 That is bringing the Iranian regime to the point of assaulting the sanctities of the dead, and bargaining with the families of the victims, likely to ignite the situation more than before, and create a prepared generation; for revenge and violence instead of maintaining order.Cheap bargains: Iran buys blood of protesters with a few dollars

 Nora Bandari

 The mullahs are still trading with the Iranians, who went out in the November 2019 protests because of the three-fold increase in fuel prices and the increasing number of protesters, which prompted the Iranian security forces to kill them, until the death toll reached more than 1500 protesters, by the Iranian security forces, according to the Iranian opposition.

 Out of fear for international pursuit of the Iranian regime, the regime seeks to buy the silence of the families of the victims, by offering them inducements, among them, by paying blood money for the dead, and by making job offers, and also by saying, “They are martyrs, and they are not protesters, through, it is claimed that they were killed by the demonstrators, not the security forces.”

 Cheap bargaining

 In the context of this, the Kurdish news website "Rodao" announced on February 3, 2020, that the Iranian security services worked to bargain the families of those killed in the November 2019 protests, by offering them sums as "blood money", estimated at $30,000.

 It is the Iranian people who kill the demonstrators, in addition to providing financial incentives to them, such as pensions, while making other offers to the families of the victims, such as paying a share of the amounts of their children in university education, and providing job opportunities, guaranteed in the Iranian government departments, but this is provided that their children are named “martyrs”.

 What the Kurdish network revealed came after interviewing the families of those killed in the protests, for example, the report drew a family of a veterinarian, called "Burhan Mansur Niya", who was killed after the security forces opened fire and gas canisters at the demonstrators in the city of Kermanshah.

 The Burhan family explained that they were pressured to register the name of the veterinarian as a "martyr", to appear on television, and to announce that he had not participated in the protests, and was killed by the demonstrators, not the security forces.

 The family indicated that the Iranian authorities have offered them an amount, estimated at $30,000, for blood money and a salary of $300, in addition to other offers.


 Other crimes

 The Kurdistan Human Rights Network revealed that the Iranian government authorities are exerting many pressures on families in these cities “Kermanshah, Mariwan, Sanandaj and Guanrod” and the network showed that these cities have a large number of families of victims of the Iranian protests.

 With the continuation of the mullahs’ approach, which is based on violations of the rights of the Iranians, and the Kurdish network’s disclosure of the Iranian regime’s endeavor to trade victims of the November protests, it was not the first.

 From the families of the victims, Iranian security forces "are stealing bodies" from the morgue to hide the true size of government repression and bargaining for their families, as they kidnapped the wounded from hospitals, for that.


 Iranian attack

 In a previous statement to the Reference, Ahmed Qabal, a researcher specializing in Iranian affairs, at the Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies, explained that the Iranian regime exercises all restrictions on human rights organizations that are trying to document crimes against Iranian opponents, and the Iranian regime's apparatus is working to suppress and abuse in all shades Iranian uprising society.

 That is bringing the Iranian regime to the point of assaulting the sanctities of the dead, and bargaining with the families of the victims, likely to ignite the situation more than before, and create a prepared generation; for revenge and violence instead of maintaining order.