The security-crackdown approach has been the Islamic Republic policy in responding to unrest and demonstrations.
During the Islamic Republic administration, economic crisis and unemployment can be considered as the most important reasons for the happening of cross-country demonstrations against the government. In past years there have been protests because of inflation and the high cost of living that the Islamic Republic has responded violently and brutal and without any questions against human rights.
Death of 208 people (at least) in a short period, shows the experience of Islamic Republic authorities in the field of suppression. A rightful and peaceful protest in Iran always faces the brutal crackdown of the government. No shooting principles are considered, human rights fade away and people die with their demands.
The important factor for guarantee a society's success in organizing the youth. Youth are "Social capital" of countries and societies. Organizing youth in the direction of self-growth and modern and logical accepted concepts is a matter of death and life of society by all means. And yet the Islamic Republic organizes youth in direction of "Islamic Fundamentalism". No humanitarian concept is included in this strategy or at least the result is no humanitarian. Corrupt minded youth and traditional, backward-looking, Islamic ideological what the Islamic Republic brings to the social capital of Iran society. Despite all these matters, the youth of Iran will be eliminated easily in case that the dissenter youth starts to express.
20 children ages 14 to 18 years, were killed during the protests. According to human rights centers reports, 20 children ages 14 to 18 have been killed during the protests but, based according to Radio Farda, 18 identities have been confirmed.
In Kurdistan identities of two children, ages between 14-18 have been confirmed by Hengaw, an organization of human rights:
Mohamad Reza Ahmadi, 17 years old, shot and killed by security forces in Sanandaj.
Aryan Rajabi, 17 years old, shot and killed by security forces on November 19.
In Khuzestan 4 children identities has been confirmed:
Khaled Ghazlavi, 16 years old, killed in Khorramshahr during the protests
Ahmad Javale, 17 years old, killed by para-military Basij forces in Shoshtar.
Reza Nisi, 16 years old, killed on November 19, in Ahvaz.
Mohamad Berihy, 17 years old, shot in the close distance by pistol and got killed in Ahvaz.
Mojahed Jami, 17 years old, killed by security forces in the first days of the protests.
Ahmad Abolali, 17 years old, killed on November 21.
In Kermanshah identities of two children have been confirmed:
Armin Qadri, 15 years old, killed by gunshot on November 19.
Hessam Barani Rad, 17 years old, killed during the protests on November 19. According to Hengaw.
Two identities have been confirmed:
Sasan Aynwandi, 17 years old, shot and killed by security forces.
Amir Hussain Dadwand, 17 years old, shot and killed by security forces.
The two of them were classmates and were shot together when participating in the protests.
A girl name Nikta Asfandani, 14 years old, shot and killed by security forces on November 19.
Amir Reza Abdullahi, 13 years old, shot and killed by security forces on November 19.
There is news about teenagers been killed during the protests in Alborz province, but two identities have been confirmed by human rights centers:
A teenager name Pezhman (Ali) Qoli Poor Moradi, age under 18, shot and killed by security forces during the protests.
Pedram Jaafari, killed by gunshot of security forces on November 21.