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Iranian security forces have killed another schoolgirl after she ripped portraits of the founder of the Islamic Republic from her schoolbooks.
A riot squad stormed a high school in the eastern city of Iranshahr last Tuesday to find any trace of girls’ involvement in anti-government protests across the country.
Schoolchildren across Iran have joined nationwide protests in recent days, sparking clashes with teachers and armed security forces, who have arrested some teenage girls they suspect of taking part in the demonstrations.
The Halwash news agency and the Baloch Activists Campaign, which monitors human rights violations in the Iranian region of Baluchistan, reported that the girl’s name was Parmis Hamnava.
Cause of Death
Parmis Hamnava was beaten to death by Iranian security forces after she ripped pictures of the Islamic Republic’s founder out of her schoolbooks.
She suffered a nosebleed at school after being brutally beaten with batons after security forces saw her books without portraits of the founder of the Islamic Republic. She died a few hours after arriving at the hospital.
Textbooks in Iran begin with a portrait and quote of Rohullah Khomeini, the founder of the current regime.
Intelligence agencies then threatened her family and friends not to reveal his death to the media, Halwash reported.
“The security guards stormed the school last Tuesday and searched all the students’ books, she had torn up photos of Khomeini, for this crime, and they started beating her in front of other students,” a source told Halwash.
“She had a bad nose bleed and was taken to a hospital…she died on Wednesday and was taken to Zahedan for burial,” she added.
Local officials rejected reports of her death, blaming “enemy media” for spreading anti-regime propaganda.
Iranian authorities also blamed the media for “inventing the deaths” of those who have died since the unrest began, including at least 32 children.
Iranshar, located in Sistan and Baluchistan province, has witnessed violent clashes in recent days.
Zahedan, the capital of Sistan and Baluchistan province, was the scene of a violent crackdown on September 30 in which security forces killed 92 people, including 12 children, which was dubbed Zahedan Black Friday.
The protests were sparked by the killing of Mahsa Amini by Iranian forces in September. His death was followed by days of angry demonstrations that then continued after the alleged rape of a 15-year-old girl by a police officer.
Two police officers in Zahedan were fired last week.
Sistan and Baluchistan is one of the poorest provinces in predominantly Shiite Iran and home to a Baluch minority estimated to number 2 million people.
The September 16 death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in the custody of Tehran’s notorious “morality” police has unleashed a wave of public anger across the country against Iran’s clerical establishment.