According to reports from the Iranian Human Rights Society, another young girl has died in Iran as a result of police violence. According to the information, moral police officers from the mullahs’ regime in Tehran beat 17-year-old Arnica Kaem Maqami from behind with a baton, critically injuring her. The girl is said to have not worn her headscarf “properly” according to the henchmen. The girl then fell into a coma. The 17-year-old died as a result of the violence.

Authorities had apparently previously tried to cover up the mistreatment of the young Iranian. Security officials had taken Arnica to a military hospital to avoid attracting attention. It was also explained that she had suffered the injuries from a fall from the fourth floor.

The death of the Iranian triggered great outrage and sympathy on social media. “A regime that kills its children has no future,” wrote TV journalist Düzen Tekkal. “Arnica Kaem Maqami did not survive the despotism and tyranny of the mullahs’ regime. How many teenagers have to die for the world to understand that the Iran revolution is due.”

Just over a month ago, the violent death of the 22-year-old Iranian Kurd Mahsa Amini triggered protests critical of the system both in Iran and around the world. The Morality Police arrested Mahsa for allegedly not complying with the mandatory rules for wearing a headscarf. The woman died in police custody on September 16. Thousands of people have been arrested and more than 240 killed in protests across the country in recent weeks.

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