The killings of Kurdish “Kolber” has increased during 2017, where only 32 Kolbar were killed or wounded by the Iranian military and border petrol, during the last two months of the year.
Roji Kurd: In the sequel to this systematic slaughter, another”Kolber” from Sardasht city was seriously injured.
On 24 March 2018, “Loghman Mohammadzadeh”, a 37 years old married man, from the village of “Shamluh” Urmia province, has suffered severe injuries in the abdomen region and his thigh, due to being directly shot at by the border guards, near the Kani Zard village, Sardasht.
Another Kurdish “Kolber” from Sardasht city was also severely injured, the Kurdistan Human Rights Organization-Rojhelat reported.
On the 18 March 2018, a Kurdish ”Kolber” from Askol village in Marivan city, known as “Mohammad”, was severely injured by the firing of IRGC forces, Kurdpa reported.
The Kolbars are not Smugglers, They are the usual Kurdish citizens who have no jobs to pay and to meet their living expenses. Since the Kurdistan has no industries and no enough jobs, Kurdish citizens who have no jobs to meet their living expenses, they imports Tea, Cigarette, Electrical devices, from border of Iraqi Kurdistan to the Iranian Kurdistan.
These people are not smugglers and they called Kolbars. Last year 38 Kolbar have been shot directly by Iranian forces at the borders and died and more than 91 of Kolbars have been injured