700 people detained during protests in Iran
Masses took to the streets on Saturday to mark the anniversary of the killing ofKurdish woman Jina Amini in the custody of the so-called morality police one year ago.
Yesterday marked the first anniversary of the uprising in Iran and Rojhilat (East Kurdistan) following the killing of Kurdish woman Jina Mahsa Amini in police custody in Tehran on 16 September 2022.
The state femicide of Jina Mahsa Amini triggered a revolution under the motto "Jin, Jiyan, Azadî" (Woman, Life, Freedom) across the country. The women-led uprisings that spread from Rojhilat to the whole of Iran have created an irreversible revolution in people's minds, resulting in the deaths of at least 500 people and the arrest of tens of thousands, while 4 people were executed.
Masses took to the streets on Saturday to mark the anniversary of the killing of Jina Amini. Iranian police staged violent crackdowns on the protests across Iran, mainly in Saqqiz, Sine, Urmia, Tehran, Balochistan and Sistan. At least 700 people were taken into custody. According to reports from the ground, families have not been provided with information about the aftermath of detainees.
The people who turned to the police station in Tehran were attacked by the regime forces while waiting to hear about their detained family members. Many people were reportedly injured during the attack.