A YouTuber and activist, Sarina Esmailzadeh, was only 16-years-old when she was beaten to death by Iran’s security forces on Sept 21st in Mehra Shahr, Karaj. She was struck multiple times in the head with Iranian security forces batons while protesting the murder of Mahsa Amini.
Before getting beaten to death, Esmailzadeh was reportedly missing for ten days. The security forces handed her body over to her family. Esmailzadeh’s mother committed suicide a few days after receiving the tragic news about her daughter.
As of October 2nd, there have been at least 52 people reportedly killed, and thousands of people were detained or arrested for protesting.
Things are starting to get worse as National Guard has begun deploying an undercover unit of female cops that will infiltrate groups of protestors, according to The Sun.
Our condolences goes out to Sarina Esmailzadeh family and friends, everyone fighting for their lives in Iran.
Check out a couple of videos of Sarina down below.
This video was just published featuring Sarina Esmailzadeh, 16, whom Islamic Republic of #Iran security forces murdered in September by beating her head with batons. #MahsaAmini pic.twitter.com/wiyJQqzYqg— Jason Brodsky (@JasonMBrodsky) October 6, 2022
This is Sarina, the latest victim of the thugs of the Islamic Republic of Iran.— Kayvan Abbassi (@kayvanabbassi) October 6, 2022
All she wanted was to live a normal life, like other teenagers around the world.
These murders continue while the entire country is cut off from the outside world#sarina_esmailzadeh #Mahsa_Amini pic.twitter.com/vHoKkRtgKa