Nov 24, 2022



NOV 15, 16, 17

Can't stop. Won't stop.

Woman. Life. Liberty.

In Nov 2019, the Islamic cut the internet for three days and killed 1500 people. In Nov 2022, the people took to the streets to commemorate their deaths and continue their call for regime change.

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"Fear and caution are usually to be found among people who have something to lose, which cannot be said for Iran's young people... They have spent much of their lives watching inflation rise, the Rial tank and their prospects of marriage, a flat and a car – Iranian society's trinity of success - recede.

Emerging from lockdown, they have found that world outside Iran's borders has become less accessible, while sanctions continue to inhibit growth and spending power, the authorities impede access to inhibit access to the internet, and more and more economic power accrues to regime figures and their families."

Christopher de Bellaigue, for the Guardian

Nov 3, 2022
'Woman Life Freedom'
Nov 3, 2022
'Welcome to the revolution'
Nov 6, 2022
'Stop patriarchy'
Nov 25, 2022
'We are getting bigger and you smaller'
Nov 15, 2022
By mid-November, more than 300 people were killed across 25 of Iran's 31 provinces. More than 40 of them were children.

Of particular concern is the authorities’ apparent refusal to release the bodies of those killed to their families, or making the release of their bodies conditional on the families not speaking to the media or agreeing to give a false narrative on the cause of death.

Source: UN OHCHR

Kian Pirfalak, a 10 year old robotics enthusiast, was killed by IRGC bullets as he was traveling home with his parents in the family car in the city of Izeh, in western Iran.

In a video circulated on social media after his death, Kian demonstrates a propeller boat he made for a school, he starts his video with "In the name of the God of Rainbows.“

In the name of
A picture of Kian Pirfalak smiling

Kian's death and funeral sparked an increase in nationwide protests, a 10 year old's Rainbow God celebrated and chanted by Iranians as a phrase of resistance against their cruel theocracy.

'In the name of the God of Rainbows'
Nov 18, 2022
'In the name of the God of Rainbows and for Kian, and the many Kians, and for who else but the boy whose boat sank in a sea of blood.'
Nov 17, 2022
Nov 18, 2022
Nov 19 2022
Translation 'In the name of the God of Raibows'
His name was Kian Pirfalak. He was just ten years old when a bullet fired by regime forces cruelly took his young life.
Nov 18, 2022
Nov 17 2022
Kian stands on his boat from his video pointing the way forward. He is wearing his traditional Lur costume.
"There is a flying eagle in me
He has never spoken out of tiredness."
A line from the poem 'Black silk of two eyes' by Khosrow Golesorkhi
Nov 20, 2022
Picture of kian in black and white with wings on a red background. Text in English and Farsi says: Child killing regime'
Translation: 'Child Killing Regime'
Nov 17, 2022
Clouds with rainbow calligraphy written: From this we conclude, it works.
Translation: 'We conclude that it works.' (quoting Kian from his video)
'For Kian Pirfalak who was only 10 years old. For his rainbow that is eternal.'
Nov 20, 2022
The god of rainbows imagined as a woman with her hair blowing in the wind. She is coloured in rainbows and is holding a cat shaped in the country of Iran.
Translation: 'The God of Rainbows'
'... I imagined his rainbow god to be a woman, with her hair blowing in the wind. She is a cat lover (the Iranian map resembles the shape of a cat, hence the cat in her arms). She takes care of all of us, with all of our colors and differences. Unfortunately this god wasn’t around to protect Kian and others who were killed but I like to believe she is on her way and she hears us loud and clear 🗣
Nov 27, 2022

Kian is only one of the many children who have died since the beginning of this uprising. By the end of November, 63 children were reported dead at the hands of regime forces.

It is important to remember that these figures are likely much higher because the regime pressures families by withholding their bodies of the deceased or threatening families with more deaths and arrests.

After the outpouring of fury Kian's death caused across the nation, the I.R. regime blamed his death on ISIS forces. Ironically for most Iranians, the Islamic Regime and ISIS are one and the same, terrorists who are holding their own people captive.

Nov 19, 2022
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'In the name of the God of Rainbows'
Nov 20, 2022