Iran Crackdown Kills and Injures Children as Young as Two Years Old

Image depicts Iranian girls supporting the protest movement at school. (Photo courtesy of Heart4Iran)

Security forces in Iran fired on protestors from rooftops during the latest crackdown, killing 10.

The victims include children, Amnesty International reports. Security forces have killed more than 27 children since the uprising began in September.

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Heart4Iran’s Jennifer Rost launched a live weekly TV show on Mohabat TV, addressing the struggles women and children are facing in Iran. “Kids are joining the voices of their mothers and sisters in protest of the oppressive regime,” Rost says.

“The children are caught in the crossfire or directly targeted by the Iranian police force.”

The Iranian regime shows no age discretion when choosing its victims.

Security forces in Mashhad shot 16-year-old Abolfzl Adeneh Zadeh 24 times in the stomach. In Zahedan, police shot eight-year-old Sobhan Naroee. A “supposedly non-lethal projectile” injured a two-year-old in a separate incident, Rost says.

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Kevin Zeller

CALL TO ACTION

  • Pray Jesus will reveal Himself to everyone in Iran, and that violence will end.
  • Ask the Lord to protect innocent lives.

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