On Sunday, December 25, coinciding with the 40th night of the martyrdom of another young kid Kian Pirfalak, a 9-year-old boy who was shot dead by suppressive forces in Izeh on November 16, suppressive forces opened fire on a family car in the west of Hormozgan province (southern Iran) that led to the death of a 12-year-old girl, Soha Etebari. The incident took place on the road from Lamard to Bastak at the Jenah checkpoint of Bastak city. Soha was injured but died on the way to the hospital.

Since the people had witnessed the incident and it was not possible for the authorities to deny the crime, the Deputy Commander of Hormozgan State Security Force tried to justify it by claiming: “The forces became suspicious of a Peugeot Pars vehicle with thick tinted glasses and ordered the driver to stop, but he ran away… in the pursuit, due to the road condition and the vehicle’s flat tire, unfortunately, one of the occupants of the car was shot and was taken to the hospital,” reported Fars News Agency, affiliated with the IRGC, on December 26.

In another similar crime, on Saturday, December 24, the regime’s agents stationed at the entrance to Kamyaran opened fire on a Peugeot 405 and killed the driver, Farshad Ebrahimi. The agents transferred Farshad’s body to Kermanshah and refused to hand it over to his family and relatives.

Suppressive forces, in fear of the nationwide uprising, open fire on the defenseless people in the urban areas and roads under various pretexts with impunity. But these heinous crimes will not go unanswered.

Source » ncr-iran