Canadian sanctions in Tehran .. the house of an Iranian athlete who played without a headscarf was demolished

Canadian Foreign Minister Melanie Jolie announced the imposition of more sanctions on Iran for depriving women and girls of their rights, as well as suppressing peaceful protests. The new sanctions include leaders of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard, security and the judiciary.

The latest round of Canadian sanctions on Iran targets four members of the judicial and security services and five entities Ottawa said were linked to Tehran’s systematic human rights abuses and actions that “threaten the pace and international security”.

The statement indicated that among those included in the sanctions were the head of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, former Tehran police chief Mortada Talai, and the commander of Iranian law enforcement special units Hassan Karami.

“Canada will not stand by as the regime’s human rights abuses increase in scope and severity against the Iranian people,” the statement added.

Iran has been rocked by a wave of protests since the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini on Sept. 16, three days after she was arrested by Tehran’s morality police for violating Iran’s strict dress code.

Dozens of protesters have been killed since the protests began, and authorities have arrested 18,000 people in relation to these protests. In addition, Iranian climber Elnaz Rekabi’s family home was demolished after she gained global fame in October to participate in an international bareheaded competition without wearing a veil.

According to CNN, Rikabi competed without wearing thehijab in an international competition in South Korea in October, as anti-regime protests swept Iran after the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini while detained by the ‘morality police’ under the pretext of not wearing the correcthijab. .

Some Iranian protesters saw my stirrup as a symbol of the national uprising calling for more freedom for women.

However, human rights groups expressed concerns about her safety when she returned to Tehran.

The footage broadcast by “CNN” on “IranWire” shows a destroyed structure and medals on the ground, and the man who filmed the video clip described what happened to the house, and Daoud’s brother Rikabi appears in the video crying, and Daoud Rikabi is also considered a champion in the sport of climbing, he has 10 gold medals to his credit, according to Iran Wire.