Arrest of Mohammad Zare Fomeni
Ariyai Community News Agency – On the evening of Sunday, October 17, Mohammad Zare Fomeni, the Secretary General of the People’s Party of Reforms, was arrested by the security forces and taken to an unknown location.
According to the news agency of the Aryan community, quoted by Didban, Mohammad Zare Fomeni was arrested on the evening of Sunday, October 17, 1401.
As of the moment of writing this report, there is no information about the charges against him.
Mohammad Zare Fomeni, the Secretary General of the People’s Party of Reforms, has also had a history of arrest and conviction.
The arrest of Mehsa Amini, a 22-year-old young woman, for the crime of veiling by the moral security police, and her death during the arrest, fueled a widespread wave of nationwide protests in Iran. Protesters came to the streets with the central slogan “Women, Life, Freedom” in protest against the performance, laws and structure of the protesting government. By publishing a 215-page report, Harana dedicated to the statistical review, analysis and summation of the first twenty days of the ongoing protests (26 September to 13 October 1401). In the said report, in addition to geographical analysis and presentation of maps and charts, the identity of 200 possible dead including 18 children and teenagers, an estimate of 5,500 arrested along with the identity of 604 of the arrested citizens, 123 students and 36 journalists or news activists Provided.
Also, along with many other sections, a complete collection of 698 verified video reports by time and subject is included in this report. Also, this report has analyzed the protests in 342 places of the country in all the provinces of the country, including 105 cities and 68 universities.