What Iran Did Not Want You To See | NYT Opinion What Iran Did Not Want You To See | NYT OpinionShocking to see the security forces were just shooting the fuel price toys, Heath’s Resort heads to the use of a firearm to flush down these voices shut down the internet. It happened extremely quickly. Within 24 hours, people were no longer online, answering our messages and courageously as sensitive. Do I find as the internet has been restored it slowly and its International has been able to look into dozens of videos that have an image. What is Cindy’s time, though, is an unprecedented use of lethal Force against unarmed protesters. Now I can show you some of the footage that the it ain’t an authority is clearly did not want the world to see. This is a video from Tehran that emerged on the 17th of November onwards. It is this moment, especially that shows the security forces shooting directly at the people at the End of the Street. This is what shows us that. police, using Firearms against unarmed protesters. The sign on the building indicates that this building belongs to the Department of Justice there. People on the rooftop, who are shooting into crowds of are wearing uniforms within the quesadilla from security forces face Tiny from the use of firearm. If I pause here, you can see a man who holds the gun and is shooting at the protesters, he’s not wearing a uniform and for not familiar, May mistakenly. Think that he’s a protester. But he is a plainclothes official and you can gather this information because that you can see all the security forces are standing on this side of the. So in general it doesn’t seem that the authorities want to hide the identities of these people and that add an additional layer of illegality to the situation. This is a footage from the city of Shiraz, in Farsi, initiative and chanting. Slogans against the supreme leader Pisces day have expanded to include grievances against political repression and political authoritarianism from injuries caused by who has been injured or not going to the hospital is because they are afraid that they will be arrested by the authorities. There’S at least one reports that the intelligence authorities have forced their management of a hospital to submit Damn Delicious newly admitted patient. There also some horrific reports that they are still investigating that the authorities are forcing their families to pay in order to receive the bodies of, in some cases of families, have been told that they need to pay for the price of the bullets that was used to Clean their no phone, if these reports are true, this is an additional layer of Cruelty families who’ve already suffered unspeakably one woman who had been reportedly arrested was aired on the Space TV. We can expect that in the coming days or V70 available televised and confessions that have been extracted and other in treatment, this pattern of unlawful killing. We continue on this dating an authority that are held to account and for that to happen. It’s essential that International experts from the UN are allowed to enter the country interview. The families of to escape visits, detention, centers and hospitals and Cemetery is unbelief. Are a picture of the Holy City events that took place in the country? In the wake of an internet shutdown, one human rights researcher sifts through video evidence of atrocities.
Parts of Iran are back online, and videos suppressed by the nation’s internet shutdown are starting to trickle onto social media. In the Video Op-Ed above, Raha Bahreini sheds light on the eye-opening stories that Iran’s government did not want you to see.
While internet service has been partly restored, many Iranians still do not have internet access on mobile phones, and government officials there have warned that connectivity may be blocked indefinitely. In a call for evidence of government repression during the blackout, the United States State Department says it has received almost 20,000 messages, videos and photographs.
A hike in fuel prices sparked protests across Iran. Ms. Bahreini exposes and analyzes footage of human rights abuses by Iranian security forces, including shootings into crowds of unarmed protesters. And she warns of what may come next — incarceration, torture and forced confessions that will further oppress the Iranian people. If the world does not take a stand, Ms. Bahreini fears, Iran’s internet blackout may foreshadow the nation’s darkest days.
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