Women march with anti-regime placards in the city of Zahedan in Iran on November 25. Protests have been taking place for weeks, with hundreds of people killed, including dozens of children. Photo: Video screen grab via AFP
Women march with anti-regime placards in the city of Zahedan in Iran on November 25. Protests have been taking place for weeks, with hundreds of people killed, including dozens of children. Photo: Video screen grab via AFP
Middle East

Iran arrests Ayatollah’s niece after she condemns ‘child-killing’ regime, says brother

  • Farideh Moradkhani, 35-year-old niece of supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, had recorded a video describing his regime as ‘murderous’
  • She’s known for being an anti-death penalty activist and has been jailed previously; she called on ‘free people’ to ‘be with us’ and tell governments not to support Iran

Women march with anti-regime placards in the city of Zahedan in Iran on November 25. Protests have been taking place for weeks, with hundreds of people killed, including dozens of children. Photo: Video screen grab via AFP
Women march with anti-regime placards in the city of Zahedan in Iran on November 25. Protests have been taking place for weeks, with hundreds of people killed, including dozens of children. Photo: Video screen grab via AFP
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