Innocent victims

  1. Mojtaba Abbasnezhad, a student at the University of Toronto 
  2. Mehran Abtahi, a postdoctoral research fellow
  3. Iman Aghabali, PhD student 
  4. Evin Arsalani, 30, had travelled to Iran to attend a wedding with her husband, Hiva Molani, 38, and their one-year-old daughter Kurdia
  5. Ghanimat Azhdari, a PhD student promoting the rights of indigenous groups, “cherished and loved”
  6. Samira Bashiri, a researcher married to Hamid Kokab Setareh, a PhD student
  7. Mohammad Amin Beiruti, a student at the University of Toronto
  8. Shekoufeh Choupannejad, obstetrician, mother of Saba Saadat and Sara
  9. Delaram Dadashnejad, an international student studying nutrition at a college in Vancouver
  10. Mojgan Daneshmand, married to Pedram Mousav, taught engineering at the University of Alberta
  11. Daria, 14, daughter
  12. Ali Dolatabadi, an engineering professor at Concordia University who would become Siavash’s thesis supervisor
  13. Dorina, 9, daughter
  14. Niloufar Ebrahim, married
  15. Parisa Eghbalian, mother to Reera Esmaeilion
  16. Mohammad Mahdi Elyasi, studied mechanical engineering and graduated in 2017
  17. Mansour Esnaashary Esfahani, PhD student at the University of Waterloo
  18. Mehdi Eshaghian, PhD student
  19. Reera Esmaeilion, daughter to Parisa Eghbalian
  20. Siavash Maghsoudlou Estarabadi, former postdoctoral researcher
  21. Sharieh Faghihi, dentist
  22. Aida Farzaneh, wife to her husband Arvin Morattab
  23. Marzieh Foroutan, “Mari”, PhD student at the University of Waterloo 
  24. Volodymyr Gaponenko, Captain
  25. Iman Ghaderpanah, coupled with
  26. Parinaz Ghaderpanah, volunteers with an Iranian cultural charity
  27. Siavash Ghafouri-Azar, engineer, returning home with his new wife, Sara Mamani, “He has been a very positive and passionate from childhood until his soul’s departure from his body. Rest in peace my dearest side by your beloved wife”
  28. Amirhossein Ghassemi, a graduate student studying biomedical engineering (“I can’t use past tense. I think he’s coming back. We play again. We talk again. It’s too difficult to use past tense, too difficult. No one can believe it,”)
  29. Mahdieh Ghassemi, mother to Arsan Niazi and Arnica Niazi
  30. Mandieh Ghavi, sister to Masoumeh Ghavi
  31. Masoumeh Ghavi, sister of Mandieh Ghavi
  32. Amirhossein Bahabadi Ghorbani, 21, studying science at the University of Manitoba and hoped to become a doctor
  33. Pouneh Gourji, 25, a graduate student in computer science at the university, and had gone to Iran for to wed Arash Pourzarabi, 26
  34. Bahareh Hajesfandiari, wife to Mohammad Mahdi Sadeghi, daughter to Anisa Sadeghi, a family from Winnipeg
  35. Ardalan Ebnoddin Hamidi, from a family of three from Vancouver were returning from Iran where they had taken a short vacation and were confirmed to have been on the flight
  36. Hadis Hayatdavoudi, student
  37. Mohammad Amin Jebelli, a student at the University of Toronto
  38. Kamyar, teenage son from a family of three from Vancouver were returning from Iran where they had taken a short vacation and were confirmed to have been on the flight
  39. Forough Khadem, described “as a promising scientist and a dear friend”
  40. Serhii Khomenko, First Officer
  41. Kurdia, 1, daughter to Evin Arsalani, 30, and Hiva Molani, 38
  42. Mohammad Asadi Lari, co-founder of a youth-run charity that helps students in mathematics and science, and
  43. Zeynab Asadi Lari, “She was full of dreams, and now they’re gone” 
  44. Denys Lykhno, flight attendant
  45. Firouzeh Madani, a couple with Naser Pourshaban Oshibi
  46. Fatemeh Mahmoodi, graduate student
  47. Maryam Malek, graduate student
  48. Sara Mamani, returning home with her husband Siavash Ghafouri-Azar, couple recently bought their first home
  49. Ihor Matkov, was flight PS752’s chief attendant
  50. Mohammad Moeini, from Quebec
  51. Hiva Molani, 38, had travelled to Iran to attend a wedding with his wife, Evin Arsalani, 30, and their one-year-old daughter Kurdia
  52. Arvin Morattab, twin said “he said he was coming back home soon”, husband to his wife Aida Farzaneh
  53. Pedram Mousavi, married to Mojgan Daneshmand, taught engineering at the University of Alberta
  54. Mariia Mykytiuk, 24, flight attendant
  55. Elnaz Nabiyi
  56. Farzaneh Naderi, a customer service manager at Walmart, mother to Noojan Sadr
  57. Milad Nahavandi, student
  58. Oleksiy Naumkin, instructor
  59. Arsan Niazi, daughter of Mahdieh Ghassemi, sister to
  60. Arnica Niazi, daughter of Mahdieh Ghassemi, sister to Arsan Niazi
  61. Ghazal Nourian, student
  62. Naser Pourshaban Oshibi, a couple with Firouzeh Madani
  63. Valeriia Ovcharuk, 28, flight attendant
  64. Arash Pourzarabi, 26, a graduate student in computer science at the university, and had gone to Iran for to wed Pouneh Gourji, 25
  65. Nasim Rahmanifar
  66. Niloofar Razzaghi from a family of three from Vancouver were returning from Iran where they had taken a short vacation and were confirmed to have been on the flight.
  67. Saba Saadat, studying medicine at the University of Alberta
  68. Kasra Saati, an aircraft mechanic
  69. Anisa Sadeghi, daughter to Bahareh Hajesfandiari, daughter to Mohammad Mahdi Sadeghi, a family from Winnipeg
  70. Mohammad Mahdi Sadeghi, husband to Bahareh Hajesfandiari, father to Anisa Sadeghi, a family from Winnipeg
  71. Noojan Sadr, 11, son of Farzaneh Naderi
  72. Amir Saeedinia
  73. Mohammad Salehe, a student at the University of Toronto, “he was a bit reserved and shy but a brilliant computer programmer whose talent was widely recognized”
  74. Sara, recently graduated the University of Alberta
  75. Sajedeh Saraeian, student
  76. Hamid Kokab Setareh, PhD student married to Samira Bashiri, a researcher
  77. Yuliia Solohub, flight attendant
  78. Kateryna Statnik, flight attendant
  79. Saeed Tahmasebi, engineer living in Dartford
  80. Afifa Tarbhai, mother to
  81. Alina Tarbhai, employed by the Ontario Secondary School Teacher’s Federation (OSSTF)
  82. Mohammed Reza Kadkhoda Zadeh, owned a dry cleaners in West Sussex
  83.  Sam Zokaei, engineer from Twickenham 

I have no information on the 82 Iranian nationals. I have no information on the 10 Swedish nationals.


Source of information: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-51032823