The Kurdistan provinces of Iran (Rojhelat) are going through bloody days and today at least 6 protesters were killed in the city of Diwandare from Kurdistan province. On the other hand, with the intensification of the threats of the Iranian military authorities to attack the headquarters of the Kurdish opposition parties, which are based in the territory of Iraqi Kurdistan, reports of the transfer of missile and drone equipment to the city of Baneh have been published.
For more than three days, the Kurdistan provinces of Iran (Eastern Kurdistan) have witnessed a lot of violence by the security forces. During protests on Saturday in Divandare city of Kurdistan province, at least six people were beaten and more than 50 people were injured.
The names of five people killed in Diwandre: Ebrahim Sadri, Jamshid Fathi, Habibullah Fathi, Fawad Sawari and Aziz Moradi.
In the past three days, more than 20 protesters have been killed in the cities of Bukan, Kamiyaran, Mahabad, Piranshahr, Sardasht and Sanandaj.
On Saturday, large demonstrations were also held in the cities of Kamiyaran, Sanandaj, Mahabad, Bukan and Piranshahr.
More than 80 people have been killed in the cities of Kurdistan since the beginning of the protests against the murder of Zhina (Mehsa) Amini, a Kurdish girl, on September 16.
At the same time as the intense pressure on the protesters in Kurdistan, the IRGC authorities have repeatedly threatened the Kurdish opposition forces based in Iraqi Kurdistan with a ground attack.
Since the beginning of the protests, the IRGC forces have twice attacked the headquarters of the Iranian Kurdish parties in the Kurdistan region of Iraq with missiles. 20 members of Iranian Kurdish parties were killed in these attacks.
According to the received news, the IRGC has moved a large number of its troops and military equipment to Baneh city.
On September 28 and November 14, missile and drone attacks were carried out on the headquarters of Kurdish opposition parties from the border areas of Baneh.