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Protests Break Out in Iran After Regimes Morality Police Beats Woman to Death Over Forced Hijab Rules

A 22-year-old Iranian woman, Mahsa Amini, died Friday from injuries sustained after her arrest for the “improper” wearing of a hijab. Protests have erupted over the weekend for multiple days in Sanandaj, capital of Kurdistan province.

Iranian “morality police” are notorious for their brutality, crimes that big-tech like YouTube aid in covering up. The Gateway Pundit reported on an Iranian woman who was questioned by the “morality police” and then run over by their van.

While Iranian police deny any violence in the death of Mahsa, her family is speaking out.

AOL reports:

Police rejected suspicions aired on social media that she was beaten, saying she fell ill as she waited with other detained women.

“Authorities have said my daughter suffered from chronic medical conditions. I personally deny such claims as my daughter was fit and had no health problems,” Amini’s father told pro-reform Emtedad news website on Sunday.

Since the 1979 Islamic revolution in Iran, women have been legally required to wear modest “Islamic” clothing. In practice, this means women must wear a chador, a full-body cloak, or a headscarf and a manteau (overcoat) that covers their arms.

From the BBC:

In recent years, Iran has seen several campaigns against the compulsory hijab, but a crackdown by Iran’s morality police on women accused of not complying with the dress code has caused opponents of the policy to call for action.

Recently, the head of Iran’s judiciary, Gholamhossein Mohseni-Ejeie, suggested that foreign powers are behind the campaign, instructing intelligence agencies to find the “hands behind the naked veil”.

Earlier in the summer, President Raisi also promised to crack down on the “promotion of organized corruption in the Islamic society”, directly referring to the campaign. In recent months, Iranian state TV has showed televised confessions of women arrested for not following the strict dress code.

At Amini’s funeral , female protestors removed their headscarves in solidarity while the crowd chanted “death to the dictator”.

At Mahsa Amini’s funeral in her hometown of Saqqez, Kurdistan province, women take their headscarves off in protest against Iran’s forced hijab law amid “death to the dictator” chants.

Mahsa, 22, died in custody after being arrested by morality police.

— Shayan Sardarizadeh (@Shayan86) September 17, 2022

Islamic Republic killed this woman to enforce hijab.

After days in a coma, source said “Mahsa Amini, 22, died today”.

She was beaten up by morality police because of wearing “bad hijab”.

Iranian women are outraged. Forced hijab is the main pillar of religious dictatorship.

— Masih Alinejad 🏳️ (@AlinejadMasih) September 16, 2022

Despite denials from Iranian authorities, the brutality of the “morality police” is a painful reality for Iranian women.

Do you really want to know how Iranian morality police killed Mahsa Amini 22 year old woman? Watch this video and do not allow anyone to normalize compulsory hijab and morality police.

The Handmaid’s Tale by @MargaretAtwood is not a fiction for us Iranian women. It’s a reality.

— Masih Alinejad 🏳️ (@AlinejadMasih) September 16, 2022

As news of Amini,’s death spread throughout the country, Iranian women protested on social media by cutting their hair in gesture of defiance against the regime’s anti-woman policies.

Iranian women show their anger by cutting their hair and burning their hijab to protest against the killing of #Mahsa_Amini by hijab police.

From the age of 7 if we don’t cover our hair we won’t be able to go to school or get a job. We are fed up with this gender apartheid regime

— Masih Alinejad 🏳️ (@AlinejadMasih) September 18, 2022

Oddly, users trying to share videos and pictures of the increasingly widespread protests were unable to share content on Instagram or WhatsApp.

⚠️ Confirmed: A significant internet outage has been registered in Tehran, #Iran with real time network data showing connectivity at 67% of ordinary levels; the incident comes amid protests over the death of Mahsa Amini and may affect coverage of events on the ground 📉

— NetBlocks (@netblocks) September 16, 2022

The Gateway Pundit has reported on the abuse of women in Iran for several years.

The regime has a history of abusing women.

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