Will anti-hijab protests bring any change in Iran?


At least 31 civilians have been killed in a crackdown by security forces in Iran against protests that erupted after the death of Mahza Amini, who was arrested by morality police for violating Iran’s hijab rules, Oslo-based Iranian news agency AFP reported. According to the Human Rights NGO.

“The people of Iran have taken to the streets to achieve their basic rights and human dignity… and the government is responding to their peaceful protest with bullets,” Mahmoud Amiri-Moghadam, director of the Oslo-based Iran Human Rights NGO, was quoted as saying by AFP. They said.

Iran has been experiencing protests against hijab rules for the past week, with protests turning violent after the death of 22-year-old Mahza Amini on September 16.



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