Iran scorched in the fire of violence! 66 people died .. people came out in protest against ‘Bloody Friday’ – न्यूज़लीड India

Iran scorched in the fire of violence! 66 people died .. people came out in protest against ‘Bloody Friday’


‘Bloody Friday’

At least 66 people were illegally killed by security forces in September after they opened fire on protesters in Flashpoint Zahedan, the capital of Sistan-Baluchistan province, according to Amnesty International. According to the agency, security forces opened fire on protesters on September 30 in Zahedan, the capital of Sistan-Baluchistan province. It has been named ‘Bloody Friday’ by the local public. However, in this regard, officials said that angry people were instigating the crowd.

  girl murder case

girl murder case

A video related to this has been shared through social media. In fact, in the case of the murder of a local girl on September 30, it was alleged that she was first raped by the police officer, who later shot her. However, higher officials say that the matter is being investigated.

Revolution against Hijab in Iran

Revolution against hijab in Iran

Iran has been on fire since the death of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Kurdish girl who was killed on September 16 at the hands of Iran’s Morality Police for refusing to wear the hijab. Let us tell you that even on the fortieth day after Mahsa’s death, Iranian people took to the streets. Riot police were deployed to quell the demonstrations in Tehran. Let us tell you that in Islam, there is a practice of mourning on the fortieth day of death. It is called ‘Chehelom’ and holds religious significance for Shia Muslims in Iran. Hundreds of people flocked to Mahsa’s grave in Sakej, Amini’s hometown in northwestern Iran.

Iran was on fire on the 40th day after Mahsa's death

Iran was on fire on the 40th day after Mahsa’s death

On the fortieth day after Mahsa Amini’s death, hundreds of protesters gathered at his grave in Sakej, Amini’s hometown in northwestern Iran, to mourn. On this occasion, slogans of death to the dictator were also raised in the name of the country’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. Clashes also occurred between Iranian security forces and protesters in the course of the demonstration. Please inform that Mahsa Amini was detained by the police for not wearing the hijab properly. During this, the Morality Police there assaulted Mehsa, due to which he died in custody.

Protest against Hijab in Iran

Protest against hijab in Iran

After the death of Mahsa Amini in police custody, women in Iran started a new revolution against the hijab. Men also came in support of Iranian women. Not only this, many western countries including America have also promised to support Iranian women in this campaign. US President Joe Biden has clearly said that he will support the brave women of Iran. At the same time, former US President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle Obama have also spoken of supporting women in the ongoing protests against the hijab in Iran.

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