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Hijab uproar continues in Iran: Police officer responsible for girl’s death suspended; President said – the girl killed was my daughter too A to Z Counsel

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Demonstrations against police in the capital Tehran have erupted following the death of Mahsa Amini in police custody in Iran on September 16. After the death of Amini, a police officer responsible was suspended. In protest, women are not only cutting their own hair but also burning their hijabs.

President Ibrahim Raisi spoke to the family of Mahsa Amini on the phone on Sunday. He had said- Your daughter, I too have a daughter. I think this incident happened with someone of my relation. My sympathies are with you.

The girl’s father held the police responsible for the death

According to Iranian media reports, Mehsa’s father blamed the police for the daughter’s death. He said- My daughter did not have any disease. A CT scan of Amini’s head shows a fracture in the bone. This proves that he died of a serious head injury. Surprisingly, the government and the police are reporting heart attack and epilepsy as the cause of death.

The picture is of Mahsa Amini.  He was admitted to the hospital after falling into a coma.

The picture is of Mahsa Amini. He was admitted to the hospital after falling into a coma.

Iranian female journalist Masih Alinejad has shared some videos on social media. In these videos, women are seen cutting their hair and burning their hijab. Masih wrote along with the video – Iranian women are protesting against the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in police custody and wearing hijab as mandatory by cutting hair and burning hijab.

He wrote – If girls do not cover their heads after the age of 7 then they are not allowed to go to school. They don’t get jobs anywhere. We women are troubled by this discrimination, injustice and torture.

Amini was arrested for not wearing hijab

On 15 August, Iran's President Ibrahim Raisi signed an order.  Hijab was made mandatory as a dress code.

On 15 August, Iran’s President Ibrahim Raisi signed an order. Hijab was made mandatory as a dress code.

Mahsa Amini was arrested by Iran police on 13 September for not wearing a hijab. According to media reports, Amini went into a coma a few hours after her arrest. He was taken to the hospital. It is not yet clear what happened between Mahsa’s arrival at the police station and going to the hospital.

After the death of Amini, there are demonstrations against the police in Tehran. Here, the police say that the police did not assault Mehsa. Several girls were arrested on 13 September. One of them was Amini. She fainted as soon as she was taken to the police station.

Women arrested for not wearing hijab in Iran, sought apology from famous actress on TV

Sepdeh Roshno, 28, refused to wear the hijab. After this the police arrested him. Extremely tortured. Later, he was asked to come on national TV and apologize, so that panic could be created in the minds of women who did not obey the Taliban order to wear the hijab. Read full news…

Iranian women took to the streets against the hijab, publicly removed the veil in protest against Islamic law

Iran is one of the countries where wearing Islamic hijab is mandatory for women. Iranian women on Tuesday launched an anti-hijab campaign across the country and posted a video on social media without hijab. By doing this, the women broke the strict hijab rules of the Islamic Republic of Iran. For this, the No2Hijab hashtag was also run on social media. Read full news…

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