Seyyed Ahmadreza Shahrokhi

Seyyed Ahmadreza Shahrokhi
سید احمدرضا شاهرخی
Khorramabad
Male
Seminary education – PhD in Philosophy and Islamic Word
No
Alive
11 Sep 2023
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  • Deputy of Student Cultural Affairs, Qom (Qom Province) (0000)
  • Deputy of Student Cultural Affairs, Qom (Qom Province) (0000)
  • Deputy of Culture and Society at university, Qom (Qom Province) (0000)
  • Member of the Scientific Council of Philosophy and Islamic Word, Qom (Qom Province) (0000 - present)
  • Member of the Board of Trustees as university, Qom (Qom Province) (0000 - present)
  • Leader of Friday prayers and representative of the Guardianship of Islamic Jurist, Lorestan Province (4 Dec 2019 - present)
    • Human Rights Violation: hate crime against the LGBTI+ community (21 Dec 2022) read more
      Location
      (Lorestan Province)
      Rights Violated
      LGBTI rights
      Description
      Seyyed Ahmadreza Shahrokhi is responsible for hate crime against the LGBTI+ community in his role as  Leader of Friday prayers and representative of the Guardianship of Islamic Jurist. The LGBTI+ community played a big role in the 2022-23 protests. Seyyed Ahmadreza Shahrokhi has defamed and degraded the LGBTI+ community with derogative language. In a speech on 21st of December 2022, he said: “The issue is not a few strands of hair [referring to hijab]… those involved in the background seek to sway Muslims towards homosexuality and marriage with animals. This is being realised through hidden cultural changes.” Mahsa (Jina) Amini was killed on 16 September 2022 while being in custody of the Morality Police of the Islamic Republic. In protest of her death, a nationwide uprising broke out in Iran which is still ongoing in various forms in different cities. According to the reports of human rights organizations, the police and security forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran have killed at least 537 citizens, including 68  children, during the revolutionary uprising of the Iranian people.        
      Sources

      Leader of Friday prayers in Khorramabad: Promotion of homosexuality and bestiality is on its way

These violations may only be part of the human rights violations that this person has been involved in. The investigation into this person's human rights record is ongoing.