Aylar Haghi, a medical student, 23 was killed by the security forces of the Iranian regime

On November 16, security forces in Tabriz killed Aylar Haghi (آیلار حقی), 23.

Aylar Haghi, a medical student, was one of millions of Iranians who took part in nationwide protests. Regime authorities claimed she was not in the protests and died because of falling from a height.

But witnesses say security forces shot her at point-blank range during protests in Tabriz. Security forces threatened her family and tried to force them to confirm the regime’s narrative.

Aylar’s funeral turned into a large protest rally against the regime. People of Tabriz reconvened at her grave on the 40th day of her death and held protest rallies.