A 24-year-old Kurdish man named Sepehr Aazami who was shot by the Islamic Republic of Iran’s military-security forces on 3 November, passed away due to the severity of his injuries in Karaj, northern Iran, on 6 December.

On 3 November, the government forces shot Aazami from a close range at the commemoration ceremony of the 40th day of the government killing of a young woman named Hadis Najafi in Karaj.

After his injury, the young man was admitted to the intensive care unit of Madani Hospital in Karaj.

Aazami, who came from Sahneh, Kermanshah province, was a follower of the Yarsani religion.

According to the statistics compiled by the Kurdistan Human Rights Network (KHRN), since the beginning of the nationwide uprising of the people of Iran after the government murder of Zhina Mahsa Amini, forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran killed at least 113 Kurdish civilians, including 12 children, in public protests in the cities and villages of Kurdistan and other regions of Iran.