Soldiers of Iranian Revolutionary Guards have perpetrated another extrajudicial execution on eastern Kurdistan border.
Two Kurds were killed and two others were wounded after Iranian soldiers opened fire on a group of villagers near the Kirmaşan (Kirmashan) town on eastern Kurdistan border.
One person was killed after soldiers opened fire on the group who reportedly came from the village of Selasa Bawcan. The second attack targeted another group who came to the scene of the armed attack after the execution of one villager who soon died there.
Soldiers of the Iranian regime have extra judicially executed at least seven people in the last two weeks for their allegedly being involved in smuggling activities in the region.
Eastern Kurdistan region (Iranian Kurdistan) has been subjected to an ethnic discrimination by the Iranian regime for the last 35 years at least. The regime also allocates a very little amount of the state’s budget to the region which is therefore facing a discrimination in terms of economic development as well. Forests are being set on fire to make Kurds migrate from the region. The policies of the regime aim to make Kurds adhere to the regime by imposing very severe working conditions on the Kurds in the region and leaving them very few alternatives to be able to lead the life they want.
According to the Kurdish Association of Human Rights, the Iranian regime killed at least 37 people from the region of eastern Kurdistan in 2012. These people were mainly killed in the towns of Serdeşt, Urmiye, Mako, Mahabad, Merivan, Xoy, Oşnaviye and Kamyaran.
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