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Film of police brutality in Iran


Iran Focus: London, May 25 – Click here to watch a film of police brutality in Iran during the ongoing nationwide crackdown on youths and women under the pretexts of “being trouble-makers” or “mal-veiling”. The clip which was aired on an Iranian opposition satellite channel was captured by a bystander using a mobile phone and smuggled out of Iran. Iran Focus

London, May 25 – Iran’s State Security Forces (SSF) are carrying out a nationwide crackdown primarily targeting youths and women.

The government-ordered clampdown is taking place under the guise of combating “trouble-makers” and “mal-veilers”.

Click below to watch a film showing the police brutality in Iran.

The clip which was aired on Simaye Azadi was captured by a bystander using a mobile phone and smuggled out of Iran. Simaye Azadi said it obtained the video from supporters of the People’s Mojahedin (MeK).

The nationwide clampdown began in April. Some images of the crackdown have been aired daily on state television in what numerous Iran analysts believe is to spread fear in society. So far neither the European Union nor the United States have expressed condemnation of the government-orchestrated crackdown.

Click here to watch the film.

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