Those who gave their eyes in the way of Iran’s freedom: I had come to die, they took my eyes
These eyes have a thousand words, about the cruelty and callousness of the government, which blinds and bleeds in order to stay in power. Strong resistance buds who have registered their belief in freedom in their golden case of several decades and are playing a leading role in the field. This generation has come to the field in an unequal battle with a strong will and a great spirit.
This is why she swears by the blood of her comrades that she will stand in the field until the end, that is, Iran’s freedom. We swear by the blood of our comrades that we will stand until the end.
In this war of destiny, some people fell, but they cry “Sare Kham Qadaghan” (Never Surrender)
In this war of destiny, some people fell, but the cry of “Sare Kham Qadaghan” (Never Surrender) on Mohsen Shekari’s grave gave the flag to other hands, the hands that continued the uprising and kept the flame burning. Some went into captivity, but they made a pact to return to the field with more experience after their release.
Some of these young people and loved ones also lost their eyes. But this was not a cause for mourning and sadness, but on the contrary, it became another field of standing against oppressors and criminals.
“You took my eyes, but I am ready to give my life for freedom, don’t scare us with death!”
Kausar Khoshnoudikia – archery champion
The country’s archery champion participated in the 2022 Asian championship team in Bangladesh, and won the silver medal in this round of the competition.
She, who was nicknamed “emerging archer” by the media, was hit by the bullets of repressive officers during the nationwide uprising of the people in Kermanshah and lost her left eye.
Kausar said about losing his eye:
“I have never been sad about what happened and I have never felt regret. I hope that I will live to see that oppression is not permanent.”
Niloofar_Aghaee.midwifery Midwifery Specialist
A 32-year-old obstetrician who lost one of her eyes due to bullet wounds.
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