Women cut their hair in protest against Iranian repression
continue the protests in iran for the fourth consecutive day, after the death at the hands of the police Mahsa Aminia woman whose only crime was carrying misplaced the veil. As a result of this event, the demonstrations have spread throughout the country, where they have already left 12 dead, and also outside its borders. Dozens of women cut their hair and burn veils to protest Islamic repression.
The death of the young Mahsa Amini, 22, has unleashed a wave of protest in Iran. The bonfires in which women burn their veils are repeated throughout the country. In addition, hundreds of women have been recorded cutting their hair and removing the mandatory Islamic veil to defy the oppression of the Iranian regime.
Last Friday Mahsa Amini was arrested for the call morality police accused of wearing the hijab incorrectly. She resisted, went into a coma and then passed away, she was only 22 years old. The Iranian authorities describe it as an ‘unfortunate incident’, for women it is a murder.
Iranian women rebel against repression by cutting their hair
Now, hundreds of women are rebelling against oppression cutting his hair or walking veilless down the same street where Mahsa was arrested. Iranian women say enough is enough and burn the jihab in any city in the country. At Tehran University, many colleagues support them in this ‘handkerchief revolution’.
The protests, which in Iran have already left 12 dead, extend beyond the borders of the country. In Turkey, Canada and Germany women bare their heads in public and, fed up, cry out against the repression of the Iranian regime.