A Kurdish Kolbar died of his injuries eight days later

A Kurdish Kolbar died of his injuries eight days later

11:19 - 18 July 2020


Hengaw: A young Kolbar from Urumiyeh who was wounded by direct firing from Iranian armed forces last  week, died of his injuries.

According to the report received by Hengaw Organization for Human Rights, on Friday, July 22, 2020, Shamzin Ahmadi, a young Kolbar from Urumiyeh, died after 8 days due to severe injuries in a medical center in Van, Turkey.

Last Thursday,  Shamzin Ahmadi, along with two other Kolbars named Hekmat Ahmadi and Roshan Jahangiri, were targeted by Revolutionary Guard forces  in Soma and Bradost border heights of Urumiyeh.

Shamzin Ahmadi who was severely wounded in the abdomen area by three bullets, was taken to the intensive care unit of Van city hospital. The general condition of the other two Kolbars is reported to be appropriate.

It's worth mentioning that another brother of Shamzin, identified as Arsalan Ahmadi, was killed - during his job as Kolbar- by direct firing of the Iranian armed forces on Sunday, May 24, in the heights of Urumiyeh.