Iranian army shoots female protesters in the face, breasts and genitals

London. Iranian security forces are targeting women in anti-regime demonstrations with shotguns on their faces, breasts and genitals. This information has been given in a media report.

As The Guardian reports, doctors and nurses (treating protesters in secret to avoid arrest) said they first noticed the practice after noticing that women often came to men with different wounds. They usually have gunshot wounds to their legs, buttocks, and backs.

While an internet blackout has hidden the bloody crackdown on protesters, pictures provided by medics to The Guardian showed devastating wounds on their bodies from so-called birdshot pellets that security forces have fired at people at close range.

The Guardian spoke to 10 medical professionals who warned about the seriousness of the injuries which could leave hundreds of young Iranians with permanent damage. He said shots in the eyes of both women, men and children are especially common.

The Guardian reported that a doctor in the central Isfahan province said he believed authorities were targeting men and women in different ways ‘because they wanted to destroy the beauty of these women’.

The doctor said, “I treated a woman in her early 20s who was shot with two pellets in her private parts. Ten other pellets were seen in her inner thigh. These 10 pellets were easily removed. was given, but those two holes were a challenge, as they were wedged in between her urethra and the opening of her vagina.”

There was a serious risk of vaginal infection, so I told her to go to a reliable gynecologist. She said she was protesting when a group of about 10 security agents surrounded her and shot her in the genitals and thighs.

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