Sunni Imam brings Iranians hope. IRGC killers stopped, captured

Shooting kids in Iran got IRGC thugs captured. Who is next?

People of Iran against oppression, corruption, & inequality, created a revolution in 1979, and now. Clerics can be pioneers in this upheaval, said a revered Sunni Cleric.

“Oppression, corruption, and inequality, all three things have regrettably happened,” says a 19-year-old Women-Life-Freedom protest organizer. “They killed some of us and we captured some of them.”

IRGC members or some facsimilia of that group are now held prisoner in Iran by females—girls and women, according to more than 7 sources in Iran who say some shooters had uniforms, others did not.

“They were shooting at demonstrators in one of the provinces we have been protesting within and where the IRGC has killed many people including children. The [women] managed to climb through inside stairwells to the roof and overwhelmed some and chased some men, while capturing others,” says a protest organizer among dozens all seemingly speaking at once, who do not wish to be identified for obvious security reasons.

“If the Butcher of Tehran wants his killers back, he must release all the 3,112 of our people, and in the case where it is more than that, he must release all our people,” says Leila, singled out by her colleagues as the best spokesperson for the overall Gen Z Women-Life-Freedom movement, whom was able to communicate with separately.

“We had to imprison [detain] some people inside the building when we rushed in. They said we broke the doors. When we later found out that they were unarmed and neutral, we let them go home, but we took their ID information. We also confiscated the weapons of the killers on the roofs some who had uniforms and others who did not. We gave the weapons to the two security guards who were assigned to our leadership group. It was those security guards who calmed everyone and helped us to release the neutral people who were local government bureaucrats with nothing to do with shooting demonstrators. They were not plainclothes security agents, because the guards checked. It was also them who were fighting with the men when one fell off. Later we tried to help him, but it was too chaotic, and we never found him. We think he was carried away by his people,” Leila explained.

“The prisoners are very rude and foul-mouthed and threaten us so we will wait another day before they have more than just water to drink. Those who didn’t throw their food at us will continue to be fed and kept separate. Apart from that, the prisoners are being treated with dignity according to the rules which our experts explain all the time [translated],” she continued.

The nightmares of Sistan-Baluchestan

“In Sistan-Baluchestan, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, the IRGC Leila has talked about, which is an official branch of the Iranian Armed Forces as if under direct orders from the Ayatollah—they [IRGC] were shooting people with war bullets. On just one day [30 September 2022] they killed 92 people, including 12 children. The men we caught we charged up at them because they were shooting at us. It was self defence. A local media said we would kill them but that is definitely not true. We will trade them for our people to be released. Otherwise, we will keep the IRGC or whatever they are forever until we give them away to other people who want to get their secrets. One of them we think is an [officer] boss,” explained one other person from the group who is involved in the detention.

The referenced by source Sistan and Baluchestan Province is the 2nd largest province in geographical size and probably the poorest of the 31 provinces of Iran. It is in the southeast of Iran, bordering Pakistan and Afghanista.

The capitol city of Zahedan’s Shia Imam Sajjad Shahraki, of Moulay Motaqian mosque, was said to be murdered on Friday.

Ahmad Taheri, the police commander of Sistan-Baluchistan province told this to media persons in this mostly Sunni city of Zahedan, some of whom shared this material with FPMag’s Behar Abbasi.

Hope sprang alive on Friday

Abdolhamid Ismaeelzahi

“We know that if we don’t ask for permission before we travel, the authorities will create problems for us,” said Abdolhamid, the Friday prayer leader of Zahedan’s Sunni community in Sistan and Baluchistan Province, in an interview with the Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI) on 24 January 2018. Photo credit: CHRI. Art / Cropping Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine

Molavi of the  Baloch people in Iran, Abdolhamid Ismaeelzahi, a peaceful Hanafist and the top Sunni Islamic cleric in Iran who called for a referendum last Friday, during his prayer sermon, once again strongly condemned the Islamic Republic crackdown by sociopathic Iranian Baloch elites on women and children but said nothing about the proposed prisoner swap about which, according to three sources, (who may or may not know for sure so has reached out for confirmation), who said the Cleric had been informed. One of those girls confirming the Cleric was to be involved in negotiations is a local Sunni and has good family connections, FPMag was told.

Abdolhamid Ismaeelzahi enjoys the support of the overwhelming majority of Baloch people in Iran, who hail him as their Molavi, but he is under heavy restrictions including travel to any place other than Tehran.

Iranian Parliament

Iranian parliament on Sunday urged judiciary to levy maximum penalties against protestors. Earlier in the parliament session, Speaker Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf (Qalibaf) said that main elements of Mossad, CIA and their allied groups are behind the unrest in the country. Official photograph taken July 12, 2020.

Many Iranian women are more skilled and talented than men

Talking to the people of Zahedan, before the Friday prayers on last Friday, the Iranian Sunni leader stated that, “In 1979, the people of Iran rose against tyranny, oppression, corruption, and inequality and made a big revolution. The clerics were the pioneers in this great upheaval. The lack of freedom was the main reason for people’s uprising.”

The eminent Iranian Sunni Hanafist scholar criticized the discriminatory treatments against women in Iran and said, “Discrimination against women was one of the biggest problems in the country before the 1979 revolution. Unfortunately, today, women in our country are suffering from bigotry. I say this so that everyone should know where the root of the problem is. As long as the doctor does not know about the disease, he\she cannot do anything.”

Iranian parliament demands Judiciary levy severe punishment to demonstrators.

“Ethnic and religious minorities have been suffering from discrimination for so many years. They have always shouted against fanaticism. Bigotry is against the Islamic laws and against the country’s constitution.”

“Most of the women protesters have been facing discriminatory behaviors. As men, women can go to university, study, do research, and serve the community. Many of the women are more skilled and more talented than men; these women deserve to get their due status.”

“Women are shouting; this is the result of discrimination and inequality towards them. Women have seen unkindness in our society. While wearing a scarf is an Iranian and Islamic culture, why these women tear their scarves and set them on fire? Who made these women angry? We have to ask ourselves these questions,” the Imam said.

Map of IRGC killings now at 350Courtesy HRANNA Geographical distribution of protesters who were killed in the past 51 days to 6 November 2022 in Iran.

One of the 12 little children killed by IRGC in Baluchestan

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