Courageous Iranian lady in Tehran’s suburb, Karadj, protests the Khomeiniist regime’s executions

June 13, 2018

ISICRC report

In Tehran’s suburb, Karadj, a courageous Iranian woman without headscarf or hijab, stood in the busy Mehran square and defiantly shouted:  against the regime’s supreme leader and repeatedly  “Death to Khamenei.”

Ramin Hossein Panahi, a 22-year-old man from Iran’s Kurdish minority who was sentenced to death in January for “taking up arms against the state” after a grossly unfair trial and amid serious torture allegations.

As seen in the videos, passers by gathered around her, fearing for her safety, but also praising her courage, as  they listened to her boldly protest against the rampant execution of political prisoners, and in particular the imminent execution of Ramin Hossein Panahi  (below photo) and the killing of youths, women and innocent Iranians of all walks of life at the hands of the Khomeiniist regime’s death squads.