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voice of Iran**The only person who photographed her killer. Asiyeh Rakhshani, slain at the hands of Iranian regime mercenaries

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voice of Iran**The only person who photographed her killer.

Asiyeh Rakhshani, slain at the hands of Iranian regime mercenaries

Asiyeh Rakhshani who was brutally gunned down on April 8, 2011 was a photographer and a camera woman. She photographed the gun that aimed at her.On 8 April 2011, then Iraqi Prime Minister, Nouri Al-Maliki, the puppet of the Iranian regime ordered the Iraqi military to attack Ashraf city, a town northwest of Baghdad, home to members of the Iranian opposition, People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK). The attack was a corroborated effort between the Iranian regime and the government of PM Maliki to slaughter every member of the PMOI.This is a delineation of one of the instants of struggle of a girl, who was shot by an Iraqi gunman.The following text is written by one of the Resistance’s sympathizers: ‘Get down Asiyeh, Get down!’ But Asiyeh was standing while having her killer right at the middle of her camera’s viewer.

She wasn’t only a Mojahed and a journalist, but a person with lots of hope and aspirations, an attractive and outstanding life.’Asiyeh, get down!’ But she was still holding the camera in her hands aiming toward the killer. Bullets were whistling and piercing the air around her head.She was so calm and Imperturbable appearing to have crossed a barrier in time; or had crossed some boundaries where bullets couldn’t have reached.Something was inside her, brightening like a boscage of light, gentle and delicate like a dawn dream…Eager and impatient, suddenly she be soaked in her blood.A whisper came along with the breeze, granting life to the decrepit world and singing to the muted ears of those fallen asleep.’Dear Asiyeh wake up, please wake up!’She was gone. However, something inside her was deriding the night guards.Asiyeh is still alive, but…

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