Protests in Iran (October 2022)

Protests in Iran

Iranian Neurosurgeons Call On Government To Stop Crackdown On Teens

Sunday, 10/23/2022

A group of 130 neurosurgeons has called on the Islamic Republic to stop violent crackdown on protesters, especially on “children and teenagers.”

In a statement on Sunday, the doctors said people heard the voice of the oppressed people of Iran in all corners of the world, noting that the country is inflamed with protests, ignited by the death in custody of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in mid-September. 

They called on the security forces to allow all injured people to receive medical care without interfering in their medical affairs, and and not to enter medical centers. Multiple reports indicate that people injured during protests are afraid to seek medical care at hospitals and clinics for fear of being arrested. Security forces wait in hospitals to identify those who were wounded during protests.

They also urged creating the right atmosphere suitable for hearing people's protests and holding gatherings in a safe environment as well as the unconditional release of all political prisoners. 

Protests in Iran continued Sunday in several cities with people chanting slogans against the government and the Supreme Leader. 

On Saturday, a huge rally of Iranian expatriates in the German capital Berlin was held, angering the government in Tehran which tried to belittle the opposition gathering.

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