Iran Protest: In Iran, women are on the streets forcing them to wear the hijab. Meanwhile, many protesters are cutting their hair. Meanwhile, member of the European Parliament (EU) and Swedish leader Abir al-Sahlani cut her hair in support of Iranian women in the EU parliament.
Abir Al Sahlani uploaded a video on his Twitter handle. In this, while addressing the EU debate in Strasbourg, she is saying, ‘We the people of the European Union demand an unconditional stop to violence against men and women of Iran. Standing with Iranian women. She is seen cutting her hair with scissors in this video.
‘Now is the time to speak’
Abir Al Sahlani said the time has come to speak. It’s time for action. The hands of the Iranian government are stained with blood. History and Allah will never forgive them. You are killing your own people. We will never forget this.
Traditionen att klippa av sig håret i protest r tusenårig.
Den visar att ilskan r starkare n förtryckarens makt.
Irans kvinnor har fått nog.
EU borde visa samma mod och ge dem fullt stöd. pic.twitter.com/0FdMB9XoXu
— AbirAlsahlani (@AbirAlsahlani) October 4, 2022
what is the matter
In Iran, 22-year-old Mehsa Amini was detained by police on September 13, alleging that she was not wearing the hijab properly. Mahsa died on 16 September in a hospital in Tehran. Since then, protests started across the country. During this many people were killed. To register their protest, the girls and women studying in the school protested by taking off the hijab. Apart from this, many people also cut their hair. According to the NGO Iran Human Rights (IHR), 100 people lost their lives during this period.
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